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  1. Making Americans

    ... is the United States. These were the beliefs of many of the authors, illustrators, editors, librarians, and teachers who expanded and ... and taught children’s books had a powerful effect. Authors like James Daugherty, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Lois Lenski, Ingri and ...

    athmas - March 2018

  2. Of Cabbages and Kings County

    ... and extent of slaveholding on western Long Island, the authors' solid research sheds new light on virtually every aspect of the ... corn) to intensive farming of market garden crops. The authors examine the growing competition between local farmers and their ... and transportation. In the second part of the book, the authors turn their attention to the forces that eventually destroyed Kings ...

    kraken - March 2018

  3. Shakespeare

    ... on Shakespeare's plays as a mode of historical inquiry, the authors of this arresting study explore the many levels in which Shakespeare ... King Lear, Macbeth, The Merchant of Venice and Othello, the authors reveal the historical cast of Shakespeare's imagination. They argue ...

    kraken - March 2018

  4. Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America

    ... and refreshing...It is significant and proper that the authors have gone out of their way to stress the many differences between ... the "new novels" of both Spanish America and Brazil, the authors deftly examine the differing perceptions of ambiguity as they apply to ...

    kraken - March 2018

  5. A Vocabulary of Thinking

    ... both enables and demands the complex responses of these authors. Arguing that these authors have received relatively little attention because of the difficulty in ...

    kraken - March 2018

  6. Buxton

    ... to provide a vivid descriptive picture of Buxton. . . . The authors have provided an excellent work demonstrating the use of documentary ... the Buxton experience from a variety of perspectives. The authors—an American historian, a family sociologist, and a race relations ...

    kraken - March 2018

  7. The Tallgrass Prairie Reader

    ... tallgrass through the eyes and imaginations of forty-two authors from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Writings by very early explorers are followed by works of nineteenth-century authors that reflect the fear, awe, reverence, and thrill of adventure rampant ...

    athmas - April 2018

  8. The Scientific Nomenclature of Birds in the Upper Midwest

    ... and common names of birds in the Upper Midwest. The authors show clearly how the scientific names are based on the color, body ... be used by birders in other parts of the country. The authors examine the roots, stems, and construction of scientific names from ...

    athmas - April 2018

  9. Reconstituting Authority

    ... of marriage and divorce law, and the struggle of authors and lawyers  alike not to fail amidst the shifting status of ... and citizenship were defined in the nineteenth century, authors challenging those definitions had to engage the law on its own terrain: ... and Theodore Dreiser, Reconstituting Authority reveals authors as closely engaged with those changing perspectives on property and ...

    kraken - March 2018

  10. The Butterflies of Iowa

    ... plant preferences. As a special feature of each account, the authors have included questions that illuminate the research and conservation ... the photographs, a glossary, references, and an index. The authors’ meticulous attention to detail, stimulating questions for students ...

    kraken - April 2018

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