You rarely see this offered!. Oddly produced by Nashville studio guitarist Steve Cropper--go figure!!! B-side is killer manic driving horror punk track with stinging leads!
Alright Five Alan Burn: Great historical and musical collectable!
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A-side is super remake of Vectors song and flip is a rippin' punky rendition of Dylan classic. Let's Do Wrong 2: Let's Do Wrong 1: Scored a "7" in TBM and cut kills! Ral tuff to score this first pressing so don't miss out! Both sides non-comp and super rare! B-side worthy garage jangler with wild break. Both sides amazingly non-comp! Count And The Colony: Rare US pressing--you won't find a better copy!
REAL tough to find in any conditon these days! Same band as the Bentleys of 'Now It's Gone" fame! Dino, Desi And Billy: Great disc and totally brilliant song. You never see this offered anymore so don't miss out. Real tuff 45 to score! B-side superb unknown desperate garage ballad. Only came out this way as a double-sided 45 and is the first of their 4 stellar singles. Fantastic musically with no duds! Includes a young Peter Cetera and wrapped in a beautiful full color bandshot on PS.
A real gem of a discovery and non-comp! Faine Jade Bohemian Vendetta: You won't find a better copy! This is the first pressing on Jetstar and later copies are on Guyden. Friar Tuck And The Merrymen: Both sides non-comp and super obscure.
Green Beans Mike Curb: Their best garage 45! Forget their crappy LP--this 45 plus "Faces" single are bone-fide '60s punk classics.
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His best garage disc next to "Poor Man. Fabulous disc and tuff to score! Ace 2-sider that's amazingly non-comp. Applicants for a toolkit can borrow up to 30 copies of a title and utilize an SDHC scholar to lead a discussion for book clubs or other groups.
Count is published once a year at the prison camp, and includes poems, prose, and artwork from inmantes. Heartbreaking, funny, and beautifully written, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian chronicles the contemporary adolescence of one Native American boy as he attempts to break away from the life he was destined to live. Kopco InDeadwood's Adams Museum and the City of Deadwood's Historic Preservation Commission joined forces and pooled resources to restore the Victorian home of two founding families of Deadwood.
After the renovation, inMary A. The book presents new, never-before seen research on the three families that lived in the home at 22 Van Buren Street, Deadwood. Adventures on Deckawoo Drive: Ayers America's War is an anthology of Civil War writing originally published between and The selections in America's War include works of historical fiction and interpretation, speeches, diaries, memoirs, biographies, and short stories.
Together, these readings provide a glimpse of the vast sweep and profound breadth of Americans' war among and against themselves. Dolores Starbuckle is loud and opinionated. Can they possibly be friends? Find out in this special edition bind-in of four titles in the popular series! Over the following centuries the experience and importance of Hajj have been evocatively documented in countless ways.
Venetia Porter's book highlights the pilgrims' journey across time, the sacred rituals of Hajj, and the city of Makkah itself. In renowned author Elizabeth Berg's moving new novel, unearthed truths force one seemingly ordinary family to reexamine their disparate lives and to ask themselves: Is it too late to mend the hurts of the past? But when a neighbor invited him to lend a hand at the annual buffalo roundup, O'Brien was inspired to convert his own ranch, the Broken Heart, to buffalo.
Peters, a scholar without peer in the comparative study of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, revisits his pioneering work after twenty-five years. In this updated edition, he lays out the similarities and differences of the three religious siblings with great clarity and succinctness.
An expert quilter, she recalls her grandmother, Flora Driving Hawk, teaching her how storytelling enthralls and how a quilt can represent all that holds a family together. Woodard These true tales were collected from people who knew that the country congregation was more than a gathering for worship. Country Congregations offers insightful glimpses into past and present rural cultures.
It will at once educate, amuse and enchant. Crazy Horse by Mari Sandoz Crazy Horse, the legendary leader of the Oglala Sioux whose personal power and nonconformity set him off as "strange," fought in many famous battles, including Little Bighorn.
Mari Sandoz offers a powerful evocation of the long-ago world and enduring spirit of Crazy Horse. Hasselstrom, Gaydell Collier, and Nancy Curtis Crazy Woman Creek is a collection of prose and poetry about real women in the West and their connections to a larger whole.
Long troubled by the misguided images of skinny cowgirls on prancing palominos, the editors embarked on a mission to set the record straight. McPherson The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17,was the bloodiest single day in American history, with more than 6, soldiers killed.
McPherson, paints a masterful account of this pivotal battle, the events that led up to it, and its aftermath. In thoughtful prose, she explores how we come to inhabit the world we see, and how that world also inhabits us.
Lawson Lawson's classic work, Dammed Indians: This book is a recent update of Lawson's original work with six new chapters, including two that describe the process by which the tribes were able to gain recovery trust funds from Congress. Democracy and the Informed Citizen: Miller Historian John E.
Miller offers an insightful, South Dakota-specific perspective on current threats to democratic institutions and explains the importance of a vigorous, fact-oriented press and an educated, civic-minded citizenry in addressing those threats.
Jones The journals of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark remain the single most important document in the history of American exploration. Jones includes all of the most riveting tales of their adventure in their own words. Ethnic Oasis explores how the Chinese met the challenge of living and working in a land much different from their own.
Fahrenheit by Ray Bradbury Guy Montag was a fireman whose job it was to start fire.
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And he enjoyed his job. He had been a fireman for ten years and never questioned anything about it until he met a seventeen-year-old girl who told him of a past when people were not afraid.
Then Guy met a professor who told him of a future in which people could think. And Guy Montag suddenly realized what he had to do…. We the People includes an annual Heroes of History lecture, the Idea of America essay contest for high school students, and a program that distributes classic children's books to libraries and schools nationwide.
The next phase of the We the People initiative features, among other projects, the National Digital Newspaper Program to catalog and digitize the story of America's past as told in its newspapers.
Sixteen linked stories tell of the joy of training a first horse, the heartbreak of finding a fatally injured cow, the beauty of cavorting nighthawks, the stubbornness of her father, a rigid old rancher who bucks at old age, the deep, almost spiritual bond she shares with a friend who is diagnosed with AIDS.
In this book, nationally recognized Lewis and Clark scholar James P. Ronda identifies four compelling questions about the expedition: What is the story really about?
Who are all the characters? What was the journey actually like? And, finally, what are the consequences of the expedition? Explorations with Lewis and Clark by James P. Ronda The beginning of the nineteenth century represents a time when America passed into a headlong rush for empire and when "the West" loomed large as a dream from some and a nightmare for others, an era that irrevocably shaped the new American nation in the two hundred years that followed.
Ronda's book is centered on stories and storytellers and is written with grace, narrative sweep, and a conviction that history should, above all else, engage and inform us. Through the eyes of Filkins, a foreign correspondent for the New York Times, we witness the rise of the Taliban in the s, the aftermath of the attack on New York on September 11th, and the American wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Gilead by Marilynne Robinson Twenty-four years after her first novel, Housekeeping, Marilynne Robinson returns with a story about fathers and sons and the spiritual battles that still rage in America's heart.
Gilead reveals the human condition and "manages to convey the miracle of existence itself. As Ghosh sought to re-create the life of his Indian predecessor, he found himself immersed in those of his modern Egyptian neighbors.
Combining shrewd observations with painstaking historical research, Ghosh serves up skeptics and holy men, merchants and sorcerers. This volume contains the colorful daily records of their epic trek, which was to etch their names in the annals of American history for time immemorial.
Countless storytellers since have retold the perilous saga of that great Northwest expedition, but The Journals of Lewis and Clark, written by the explorers themselves, remains the most vivid. Now, with the help of celebrated historian Joseph Marshall, we finally have the opportunity to know Crazy Horse as his fellow Lakota Indians knew him. Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal Born into a food-obsessed family, Eva Thorvald finds her solace and salvation in the flavors of her native Minnesota.
From Scandinavian lutefisk to hydroponic habaneros, each ingredient represents one step in Eva's journey as she becomes the chef behind a legendary pop-up supper club, culminating in an opulent feast that's a testament to her spirit and resilience.
Father always went west.