6 edition of Pioneering on the Plains. found in the catalog.
Presents the experiences of a child who became a man helping his father on their Iowa homestead and of a young man who literally carved out a home for his family on the Kansas prairie.
|Statement||Illus. by Carol Rogers.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Series||Her Frontiers of America|
|LC Classifications||F594 .M115|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||62015638|
Review of the book Plains Indian Art: The Pioneering Work of John C. Ewers edited by Jane Ewers Robinson; Preface by Candace C. Greene; Introduction by Evan M. Maurer. For almost three-quarters of a century, the study of Plains Indian art has been shaped by the expertise, wisdom, and inspired leadership of John Canfield Ewers (–97). Based on years of field research with Native Americans Author: Bill Anthes. For the Plains Indians, the period from to , often referred to as the traditional period, was an evolutionary time. Horses and firearms, trade goods, shifting migration patterns, disease pandemics, and other events associated with extensive European contact led to a peak of Plains Indian influence and success in the early nineteenth century.
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Walter Prescott Webb: Pioneering the Great Plains and Beyond Walter Prescott Webb () was a twentieth century historian whose writings, particularly The Great Plains (), revolutionized views of the American West by demonstrating how man had adapted technology andFile Size: KB. The ranchers went west to raise cattle. The open plains were ideal for grazing huge herds, and the completion of the transcontinental railroad in made it possible to ship the cattle to market in large and profitable numbers. Cattle ranching was a .
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Get this from a library. Pioneering on the Plains. [Edith S McCall; Carol Rogers, (Illustrator)] -- Presents the experiences of a child who Pioneering on the Plains. book a man helping his father on their Iowa homestead and of a young man who literally carved out a home for his family on the Kansas prairie.
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Jewels of the Plains describes the natural history and garden merits of more than five hundred Great Plains wildflowers in this revised edition. Wonderfully written and deeply researched, it’s a pioneering text on native plant horticulture that details plant life on the prairie.
Pioneering the Plains for Pronghorns By Dennis Smith Big-game hunters have been intrigued by pronghorns for centuries, and I suspect some of that fascination has as much to do with where they live as it does with the animal itself.
Roads Rough, quickly built roads, called corduroy roads, were built by felling logs and laying them side-by-side across the "road" and then covering them with earth. This was done in boggy or swampy areas that were otherwise impassable by wagon.
After a heavy rain, the earth would be washed away leaving dangerous gaps between the logs. Skirting the Unknown - The Stories of Pioneer Women by Julie Oreskovich.
Women: Voices from the Kansas Frontier Crossing the Plains in Recollections of Australian Pioneering Women by Jan Carter This book records the memories of women who grew up in Western Australia between. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City Chicago Donor alibris Edition New : MARTIN County, on the southern High Plains of west Central Texas, comprises square miles and is bounded on the north by Dawson County, on the west by Andrews County, on the east by Howard County, and on the South by Midland and Glasscock counties.
Tracing the history of the pictorial art of Plains peoples from images on rock surfaces to the walls of modern museums, the essays reflect the principal interests of this pioneering scholar of ethnohistory, who was himself a talented artist: the depiction of tribal life and ritual, individual war honors, and aspects of sacred power basic to.
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Pioneering History on Two Continents provides an intimate look at the shifting approaches to the historian’s craft during a volatile period of world history, with an emphasis on twentieth-century Central European political, social, and diplomatic developments. It also examines the greater sweep of history through the author’s firsthand.
Rising from the Plains is John McPhee's third book on geology and geologists. Following Basin and Range and In Suspect Terrain, it continues to present a cross section of North America along the fortieth parallel--a series gathering under the overall title Annals of the Former by: I put this pioneering book together for our scouts when we were working on pioneering merit badge.
Knots, lashings and methods that were absent from or poorly explained in the official merit badge book are included.
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Pioneering the High Plains expedition takes you on a journey, through diverse landscapes, along a route that highlights the vertical scale, and the rich cultural heritage of the Victorian High Country.1. I was not there with pioneers who bravely walked the plains, Yet I face other challenges that daily test my faith.
My trials may be diff’rent, but my will, like theirs, is strong. Through heartaches and adversity, I too will carry on! I rev’rence them and follow from afar. Lord, bless me with a pioneering heart.Pioneering in the Panhandle: A Look at Selected Events and Families of South Santa Rosa County, Florida William James Wells Melvin Business Services, - Frontier and pioneer life - pages.