The Dry Divide

Author: Ralph Moody

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803282162

Category: Fiction

Page: 236

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Ralph Moody, just turned twenty, had only a dime in his pocket when he was put off a freight in western Nebraska. It was the Fourth of July in 1919. Three months later he owned eight teams of horses and rigs to go with them. Everyone who worked with him shared in the prosperity?the widow whose wheat crop was saved and the group of misfits who formed a first-rate harvesting crew. But sometimes fickle Mother Nature and frail human nature made sure that nothing was easy. The tension between opposing forces never lets up in this book. Without preaching, The Dry Divide warmly illustrates the old-time virtues of hard work ingenuity, and respect for others. The Ralph Moody who was a youngster in Little Britches and who grew up without a father and with early responsibilities in Man of the Family, The Fields of Home, The Home Ranch, Mary Emma & Company, and Shaking the Nickel Bush (all Bison Books) has become a man to reckon with in The Dry Divide.

Space, Region & Society: Geographical Essays in Honor of Robert H. Stoddard

Author: Michael Hill


ISBN: 1609621034

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 200

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As an expression of their friendship and esteem, the authors dedicate these essays to Robert H. Stoddard in honor of his many years of exemplary service to the people of Nebraska, the World, and the discipline of Geography. After earning the BA at Nebraska Wesleyan (1950), an MA at the University of Nebraska (1960), and the PhD at the University of Iowa (1966), Dr. Stoddard taught for some forty combined years at Nebraska Wesleyan University (1961-67) and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1967 to the present, where he is now Professor Emeritus). He also taught high school in India (1952-57), and was Visiting Professor at Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu, Nepal (1975-76), and the University of Columbo in Sri Lanka (1986). In addition to much productive research, many scholarly publications (notably Field Techniques and Research Methods in Geography, 1982), and unstinting university service, he also served his local community as a member of the Lincoln-Lancaster Planning Commission (1974-78). In 1992, the National Council for Geographic Education bestowed on him its Distinguished Teaching Achievement Award. Essays or chapters have been contributed by Michael R. Hill, Carl Ritter, Nainie Lenora Robertson Stoddard, Thomas Doering, Steve Kale, Carolyn V. Prorok, and Surinder M. Bhardwaj. The book includes Dr. Stoddard's essay "Regionalization and Regionalism in Sri Lanka," as well as a bibliography of his writings and professional papers, a chronology of publications and papers presented, and a list of dissertations and thesis supervised

100 Hikes in California's Central Sierra and Coast Range, 2nd Ed.

Author: N.A

Publisher: The Mountaineers Books

ISBN: 9781594851902

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 280

View: 6253

From hot springs hikes to journeys among the mighty Sequoias, there's something here for everyone! Routes range from short day hikes to overnight backpacking trips, with difficulty levels (moderate to challenging) clearly labeled. Book jacket.

Keto Everyday Bread

Author: Jessie Sandford

Publisher: Dhimant N Parekh


Category: Cooking

Page: 191

View: 3115

It's not easy to give up CARBOHYDRATES, and to make or get LOW CARB KETO BREAD which entice the palate, excite the senses, and deliver satisfaction without starvation is something very difficult to think of. But now, you can have your SANDWICHES and TOAST without TONS of CARBS. This KETO EVERYDAY BREAD cookbook makes the switch much smoother to follow your KETO LIFESTYLE. KETO EVERYDAY BREAD can offer you MORE PROTEIN, NO GLUTEN, and even FEWER CARBS. These SOFT, AIRY, FLUFFY and practically MELTS in your mouth KETO BREADS are the ultimate craving satiator to fill you up and ensure you REMAIN in KETOSIS. THIS KETO EVERYDAY BREAD book includes: § OVER 45 SWEET & SAVORY RECIPES FOR SIMPLE BREADS, BUNS, FLAVOURFUL MUFFINS, BAGELS, BREAD STICKS (AND MORE) § HANDY & USEFUL TIPS FOR BAKING THE PERFECT BREAD § GUIDE TO LOW CARB FLOURS AND SWEETENERS Cook your OWN KETO BREAD with FEWER and EASY to find wholesome NATURAL INGREDIENTS. The best part is, every RECIPE has SIMPLE and neat INSTRUCTION and most have PHOTOS.

Baltimore Chef's Table

Author: Kathryn Wielech Patterson,Neal Patterson

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493010530

Category: Cooking

Page: 225

View: 3676

In the midst of recent growth and downtown development, Baltimore is breaking away from its culinary stereotypes and emerging as city that is attracting some extraordinary restaurants and talented chefs. While embracing the local food movement, the city is now being recognized for an expanding culinary movement. Newcomers and homegrown chefs alike are charming diners with delicious variations staring the perennial favorite, crab, as well as offering unique options like frankenfish tacos and hearts of palm crab cakes that are becoming the taste of Charm City. With more than eighty recipes for the home cook from over fifty of the city's most celebrated eateries and showcasing photos featuring mouth-watering dishes, famous chefs, and lots of local flavor, Baltimore Chef's Table is the ultimate gift and keepsake cookbook for both tourists and locals alike.

Fort Concho and the Texas Frontier

Author: J. Evetts Haley

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 1789120217

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 314

View: 7662

This book, which was first published in 1952, first began as a history of San Angelo and the adjacent region drained by the Conchos rivers. It grew, in writing, into a history of West Texas. It embodies author J. Evetts Haley’s unequaled knowledge of the country from the Rio Grande to the Canadian, from San Antonio and Austin to the border of New Mexico. It could have been written only by a man familiar by personal acquaintance with the location of every water hole and spring, the exploration of every trail from Coronado’s to the Overland Mail, the great cattle drives of the seventies and eighties, the establishment of every military post, and the shifting Indian policies of the United States from the annexation of Texas to the final retirement of the Comanches to the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma). Haley has an intimate knowledge of hundreds of salty characters who played their picturesque roles in transforming the land from nature to civilization. Haley possesses all this equipment—gained from intensive study, personal experience, and thoughtful reflection—for writing a vivid story. Five previous books and unnumbered articles on phases of the region contribute to the facility with which he tells this stirring tale and account of its comprehensiveness. It is no less than a history of West Texas in its heroic age.

Gluten-Free Bread

Author: Ellen Brown

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 076245072X

Category: Cooking

Page: 248

View: 6303

With the adaptation of a gluten-free diet, simple meals of toast or PBJ are suddenly far out of reach. While larger grocery stores are beginning to stock gluten-free packaged breads, nothing replaces the comforting taste of home-baked bread hot from the oven. This book includes gluten-free baking techniques plus 60 all-purpose bread recipes for brioche, sandwich bread, multi-grain varieties, quick breads, and more. Gluten-free baking can have a steep learning curve for anyone who is accustomed to baking with conventional wheat flours. Author Ellen Brown has developed precise combinations of protein packed soy and bean flours with yeasts and all-natural baking aids to recreate the familiar flavors of conventional bread. These loaves will satisfy any craving for warm home-baked bread: you'd never know they're gluten-free.

Will It Freeze?

Author: Joan Hood

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0743237668

Category: Cooking

Page: 202

View: 8325

A guide to foods that can be frozen, preparation methods and other information necessary for efficient use of the freezer.

The Complex of United States-Portuguese Relations

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Africa

Publisher: N.A


Category: Government publications

Page: 590

View: 2567

Hearings held before and after the Apr. 25, 1974 coup, known as the Carnation Revolution, to consider the Azores agreement; U.S. military assistance to Portugal and its implications for U.S. relations with African; and developments in Mozambique, Angola, and the new Republic of Guinea-Bissau. Also considers present view in Portugal on the so-called territories in Africa, particularly those of General Antonio de Spinola, former commanding officer of Guinea-Bissau, and the question of Brazil's relationship with Portugal in Africa.