2 edition of little journey through the great Southwest found in the catalog.
little journey through the great Southwest
Felix J. Koch
First published in 1907.
|Statement||by Felix J. Koch ...|
|Series||Library of travel|
|LC Classifications||F786 .K76 1928|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||28030435|
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A Little Journey Through the Great Southwest: For Home and School, and Upper Grades (Classic Reprint) Paperback – February 5, by Felix J. Koch (Author) See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Felix J.
Koch. A little journey through the great Southwest, for home and school, and upper grades [Felix J. (Felix John) Koch ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This reproduction was printed from a digital file created at the Library of Congress as part of an extensive scanning effort started with a generous donation from the Alfred P.
Sloan Foundation. A truly beautiful, enchanting, expressive, loving, accomplishment. Mere words to describe it, seem tame. Mystical, almost Magical Pictures, and yes, Prose.
You can feel the Love all through this Wonderful, Haunting, journey. The Brothers Hillerman have left our Southwest an enduring Legacy!/5(41). Add tags for "A little journey through the great Southwest, for home and school, and upper grades.".
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The first volume includes a memoir of the author, /5. Includes supplemental Little Journeys Guide Book.
22 cm. Bound in publisher's handsome decorative cloth. Hardcover and dust jacket. Good binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. Some of the dust jackets have split and are worn. Includes: Contents: v. Good men and great --v. Famous women --v.
American statesmen --v. Eminent painters --v. /5(3). Guide Book for Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great by Hubbard, Elbert and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at First Edition. oblong quarto, string bound in original stiff paper wraps, with moderate wear, age toning and a little soiling, contents very good with beautiful color plates of the Southwest and into California.
And yet if you'd invested $10, in Southwest Airlines on Dec. 31, (when it was just a tiny little outfit with three airplanes, barely reaching breakeven and besieged by larger airlines out to kill the fledgling), your $10, would have grown to nearly $12 million by the end ofa return 63 times better than the general stock market.
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The railroad was to run west from New Orleans. The Opelousas and Great Western Railroad was scheduled to reach Opelousas bybut rails were unavailable because of the Civil War. After the close of the War, Southwest Louisiana leaders lobbied. Eiseley's reputation was established primarily through his books, including The Immense Journey (), Darwin's Century (), The Unexpected Universe (), The Night Country (), and his memoir, All the Strange Hours ().Alma mater: University of Nebraska, BA/BS.
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Obviously, mathe.conover is a serious badass. plain and simple. he heads down to mexico, joins up with a group of pollos who, led by a coyote, sneaks through the desert for two days, crosses the border (gets beat up, tortured, and robbed along the way), spends a season picking fruit with his new amigos and then all of 'em knock around the country looking for work before heading back down to mexico.
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