Man of the Canyon: An Old Indian Remembers His Life Emerick, Richard G.
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Grasses and Rushes of Maine [Perfect Paperback] Glen H Mittelhauser, Matt Arsenault, Don Cameron, Eric Doucette
Grasses and rushes are common components of ecosystems throughout the state, often found in both natural and human-altered landscapes. This guide incorporates high-resolution images of morphological structures. Photographs are of living plants, herbarium specimens collected within the state, and, less commonly, from plants outside of the state. It also has excellent coverage for neighboring states and Canadian provinces.
Reading these wonderful testimonials was like walking into the dining room, to find it full of energetic people from around the country and abroad, engaged in conversations about their work and their lives. Makers of all kinds are represented in these pages–professionals and amateurs, first-time students, and those who have been here many times. Perhaps the most remarkable thing about …
First Franco shares the life story of a prominent Maine jurist of French-Canadian descent
For one who was not particularly known for his spirituality or for his preaching and who compiled a meager scholarly record and was a weak administrator, Charles Lloyd certainly rose quickly in the Church of England. The chief merit of this study is that it tells us why: Lloyd was eminently political, especially with regard to his own advancement.