Common Border, Uncommon Paths: Race and Culture in U.S.-Mexican Relations by Jaime Rodriguez O
English | 1 July 1997 | ISBN: 0842026738 | 429 Pages | EPUB | 2 MB
This clearly written and informative book explores effects of race and culture factors in the US-Mexican relations.
Good Housekeeping UK – October 2015
English | 252 pages | True PDF | 144.00 Mb
Gentleman Jim: The Wartime Story of a Founder of the SAS and Special Forces by Lorna Almonds Windmill
English | 20 Jan. 2011 | ISBN: 1848844247 | 304 Pages | EPUB (True) | 2.24 MB
This remarkable story of Jim Almonds (Gentleman Jim) is set in wartime England, the western desert, Italy and France and recounts his formative role in the birth of the SAS. Against a dramatic background of love, courage and high-risk adventure, it captures for the first time the real spirit of the young soldiers in the newly emerging Special Air Service.
First Rate: The Greatest Warships of the Age of Sail by Rif Winfield
English | 30 July 2010 | ISBN: 184832071X | 160 Pages | EPUB (True) | 56.51 MB
In the sailing era First Rates were the largest, most powerful and most costly ships to construct, maintain and operate. Built to the highest standards, they were lavishly decorated and given carefully considered names that reflected the pride and prestige of their country.
Edible Austin – September/October 2015
English | PDF | 100 pages | 25 MB
Welcome to Edible Austin. We are a quarterly publication promoting local food in Austin and Central Texas, season by season.
Stacey Lynn Camp, "The Archaeology of Citizenship (American Experience in Archaeological Perspectives"
2013 | ISBN-10: 0813044596 | 176 pages | PDF | 7 MB
Scale Aircraft Modelling 1994-08 (Vol.16 No.10)
Guideline Publications | English | 48 Pages | PDF | 30 MB
Wordsworth's Ethics by Adam Potkay
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1421407086, 1421417022 | 272 pages | PDF | 2 MB
The Thomas Chandler Haliburton Symposium (Reappraisals: Canadian Writers) by Frank M. Tierney
English | 1 Jan. 1985 | ISBN: 0776601091 | 172 Pages | PDF | 9 MB
Thomas Chandler Haliburton was perhaps the only Canadian writer whose name was a household word in nineteenth-century Canada. The ten papers in this volume reappraise the historical, geographical, political and literary contexts within which Haliburton lived and worked.