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Lisa Hare

Release Date June 24, 2016
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A Horse Fiction Book for Adults

Racism can linger in the strangest of places. Sometimes, even within yourself.

For Clara Lacroix, the past was the place she chose to dwell. That's where her memories of Boone, and the life they shared, resided.

But for Joe Black Hawk, the past was a painful mix of a fading heritage he didn't want to lose, and a string of mistakes he'd just as soon forget.

Spanning thousands of acres across the Sandhills of Nebraska, Crossroads Ranch operates as a mustang training facility and equine-assisted psychotherapy practice.

Here, in the beautifully rugged grasslands over which the Lakota Sioux once roamed freely, the lives of fifth-generation rancher, Clara LaCroix, and fifth-generation reservation Indian, Joe Black Hawk, collide in a tragic event that fuels an eruption of racial bitterness.

As each struggle to cope with their own personal loss, both must learn to navigate the present with tolerance and, ultimately, forgiveness in order to reconcile with the past and one another.

As the first novel to portray the process and effects of equine-assisted psychotherapy, No Dogs or Indians is the story about the importance of history, the relevance of ancestry, and the critical balance between remembering the roots that set us apart while celebrating the humanity that binds us together.


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Brad Lockwood

Release Date June 21, 2011
Total of pages 106 pages
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"On Giants" is a study of big things, or why we want to be small. Including original sources, interviews with experts, and startling archeological finds, author Brad Lockwood retraces several tall-tales (and debunks most) including those of an early antiquarian "Doc" T. Apoleon Cheney to reveal why we have created or enlarged actual people, events and myths for varied reasons.

Goliath, Golem, Bigfoot, Osama bin Laden, Paul Bunyan and the Jolly Green Giant are at last explained, as are big bones supposedly unearthed in mounds and effigy sites in North America worldwide. Begun as a young boy and sparked by a fervent belief in giants in his home area, the author has spent decades researching these stories to maybe offer something much bigger.

Why must aliens and the Freemasons be involved in every conspiracy? Why is the Smithsonian still shunned for doing significant research into Indian mounds? Where do Native Americans come from, and who or what built thousands of mounds covering North America?

More so, the author offers a view of maybe where we are going, and why myths, monsters and misrepresentations are unnecessary baggage as we now face are biggest challenge to our shared survival.


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Kim Meeder

Release Date June 24, 2009
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Kim Meeder has seen horses go where no one else can tread - stepping through the minefield of a broken child's soul in a dance of trust that only God can understand. From a mistreated horse to an emotionally starved child and back again, a torrent of love washes away their barren places. Kim's ranch is a place where this miracle happens over and over again. It is a place where the impossible flourishes, where dreams survive the inferno of reality - a place where hope rises.

Where Wounded Spirits Run Free

Follow a horse where no one else can tread, through the minefield of pain that surrounds a broken child’s soul. From a mistreated horse to an emotionally starved child and back again, a torrent of love revives their barren places.

In the presence of unconditional love, a mute girl speaks for the first time. A defiant teenager teaches a horse to trust again...and opens his own heart to love. A rescued horse gives a dying man his last wish. A battered girl finds love and protection in the friendship of a battered horse...

Come visit a place where the impossible flourishes, where dreams survive the inferno of reality—a place where hope rises.


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Egerton Ryerson Young

Release Date April 1, 2017
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"...The old medicine-man called on his familiar spirits, and then imitated the well-known cry of the wild goose, at which all these Indians are expert. Strange to say, a large, splendid goose dropped from the flock and fell dead at the feet of the old fellow, who, coolly picked it up...."



The stories of the journeys and adventures of Rev. Egerton R. Young (1840-1909) in the land of the Cree and Salteaux Indians never failed to charm an audience. His mode of living and his unique experiences among these "redmen" and the tales that showed his intimate knowledge of their habits and traditions would interest any listener. Dr. Young went among these "crude" people when they were "untamed savages", but he recognized their stalwart characters and higher possibilities. He saw them exchange "savage rites" for Christian worship and subdue their primitive passions to conform to the teachings of Christ.

This missionary pioneer and pathfinder was as daring and dauntless as the people whom he went to serve. In the spring of 1868, he and Mrs. Young made their first adventurous journey to the Northland. Leaving cars and steamboats behind them, they used horses and canvas-covered wagons. At night they encamped on the prairies, forded bridgeless streams, some of which took the party three and four days to cross. Over routes where parlor-cars now carry travelers in luxurious comfort, this caravan went in tedious marches, often taking off shoes and stockings as they bravely waded through wide streams. Many days they traveled in frail canoes, manned by Indians, carrying with them oxen whose bodies extended over the sides of the little crafts. At night they went ashore with their tents. They had left a field where Dr. Young had enjoyed a successful pastorate and a people who offered them love and every inducement to remain among them and journeyed for two months and a half to Norway House, their destination.

The success that rewarded the labors of these two workers for their years of self-denial and hardships seems almost incredible. A people who were pagans, with superstitious beliefs and debasing habits, became so changed that they would come many miles over ice and snow to Christian service, and between two and three hundred at a time were often present on a communion season.

Returning home after some years of labor, Dr. Young won fame as a lecturer and author. His inexhaustible fund of information, ready wit, fine presence and an eloquent style, caused him to be in great demand as a lecturer in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Australia. The late Grover Cleveland, after listening to one of his lectures on his thrilling missionary life, exclaimed that he could listen to him for hours, and later asked the missionary to be his guest at the White House. Sir Charles Tupper stated on one occasion that Dr. Young was Canada's best immigration agent.

Dr. Young was the author of many books. Among them, "By Canoe and Dog Train Among the Cree and Salteaux Indians," "Stories from Indian Wigwams and Northern Camp Fires," "On the Indian Trail," "Children of the Forest," "The Apostle to the North," "Algonquin Indian Tales," "My Dogs in the Northland," and "The Boys in the Wild North Land."

"Stories from Indian Wigwams and Northern Campfires" is a second volume of experiences and observations among the Indians of far Northwest America, by Rev. Egerton R. Young. His '' Canoe and Dog Train" at once made a reputation for Mr. Young as one of the most fascinating story-tellers, and this volume is so much a continuation of the same sort, that all who know the first volume will wish to read this. The greatest audiences of Exeter Hall and Chautauqua have been charmed by Mr. Young's narratives.

Striking in his personal characteristics and peculiar in his national practices, his story is an integral part of history, and should be preserved.


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James Geddes Craighead

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". . . While it is apparent from the letters of Dr. Whitman that he had certain missionary objects in view, it is no less clear that he would not have come at that time, and probably would not have come at all, had it not been his desire to save the disputed territory to the United States. . . ."


The incentive to this volume was the wish to vindicate the characters and the work of the early Protestant missionaries in Oregon from aspersions which have been cast upon them; to show the importance of their labors in the development and settlement of the country; and to prove that it was through their public-spirited and patriotic services that a large part of the Northwest territory was secured to the United States.

Marcus Whitman (1802 – 1847) was an American physician and missionary in the Oregon Country. Along with his wife, Narcissa, he started a mission to the Cayuse in what is now southeastern Washington state in 1836. The area later developed as a trading post and stop along the Oregon Trail, and the city of Walla Walla, Washington developed near there.

In 1843 Whitman led the first large party of wagon trains along the Oregon Trail to the West, establishing it as a viable route for the hundreds of thousands of immigrants who used the trail in the following decade. Settlers encroached on the Cayuse near the Whitman mission. Following the deaths of all the Cayuse children and half their adults from a measles epidemic in 1847, in which the Cayuse suspected the Whitmans' responsibility.

Whitman is commemorated by Whitman College in Walla Walla, Whitman County, Washington, the Wallowa–Whitman National Forest, Mount Rainier's Whitman Glacier, and numerous schools, including Marcus Whitman Central School in Rushville, New York, his hometown. In 1953, the state of Washington donated a statue of him by the sculptor Avard Fairbanks to the National Statuary Hall Collection in the United States Capitol. An identical one stands at the edge of the campus of Whitman College. The Washington State Legislature has declared the fourth day of September as Marcus Whitman Day. A bronze tablet in Wheeler, New York commemorates his 1828-1835 practice as a medical doctor in that town. In 1977, he was inducted into the Steuben County (NY) Hall of Fame.

Interestingly, Marcus Whitman and his wife adopted Catherine Sager, whose parents died on the way to Oregon. It was Catherine Sager who was later to write the best-selling book: "Across the Plains: A first hand account of pioneer life in the American West."



About the author:

Rev. J. G. Craighead, D.D., became Dean in 1879 of Howard University, Washington, and head of the Theological Department until 1890-91, a period of twelve years. In 1895 he published "The Story of Marcus Whitman: Early Protestant Missions in the Northwest."


Contents
I. OREGON.—THE CONTEST FOR POSSESSION.
II. EXPLORATION BY ORDER OF CONGRESS.
III. AMERICAN SETTLEMENTS.
IV. FOREIGN TRADING COMPANIES.
V. PROTESTANT MISSIONS IN OREGON.
VI. PROTESTANT MISSIONS IN OREGON, CONTINUED.
VII. THE IMMIGRATION OF 1843.
VIII. A LONG AND BITTER CONTROVERSY.
IX. MISSIONS OF THE AMERICAN BOARD.
X. ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSIONS.
XI. PROLONGED CONTROVERSY OVER THE MASSACRE.
XII. THE AGENTS AND CAUSES OF THE MASSACRE.
XIII. SURVIVORS OF THE MASSACRE.
XIV. OREGON SAVED TO THE UNITED STATES.



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Lew Freedman

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In IDITAROD ADVENTURES, mushers explain why they have chosen this rugged lifestyle, what has kept them in long-distance mushing, and the experiences they have endured along that unforgiving trail between
Anchorage and Nome. Renowned sports writer Lew Freedman profiles 23 mushers—men, women, Natives, seasoned veterans, and some relatively new to the demanding sport, many of whom are so well-known in Alaska that fans refer to them only by their first names. The book also features interviews with administrators who organize the event and make sure it happens every year, volunteers, and others whose connection to the Iditarod is self-evident even if they don’t have an official title.


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In 1810, Ross Cox joined John Jacob Astor’s Pacific Fur Company whose mission it was to explore the northwest region of America and gain control of the fur trade. Cox's Adventures on the Columbia River (1831) is one of the most important documents relating to the later history of the North West Company.


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Capt. William J. Maltby

Release Date June 14, 2011
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Captain Jeff or Frontier Life In Texas With The Texas Rangers; was written by Capt. William J. Maltby, One of the Nine Members of Company "E' Texas Rangers. Published in 1906 in Colorado, Texas. The full title includes the following; Some Unwritten History and Facts in the Thrilling Experiences of Frontier Life. - The Battle and Death of Big Foot, the Noted Kiowa Chief.— The Mortally Wounding and Dying Confession of "Old Jape," the Comanchie, the Most Noted and Bloodthirsty Savages that Ever Depredated on the Frontier of Texas. (220 pages)

The Publisher has copy-edited this book to improve the formatting, style and accuracy of the text to make it readable. This did not involve changing the substance of the text.

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.....This book is written by Capt. W. J. Maltby, a noted Pioneer, Frontiersman and Texas Ranger, who did more service on the Frontier of Texas than any living man; commanding Texas Rangers nine years, and finally destroying the worst band of Indians that ever depredated on the frontier of Texas.

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PART I.

CHAPTER I. Capt. Jeff Resigned his Commission as Captain of Co. G, Seventeenth Texas Volunteer Infantry, McCullough's Brigade, Walker's Division, Feb. 19, 1863, on account of bad health, and went to his home in Burnett Co. , Texas. — CHAPTER II. Indian depredations come thick and fast and the Big Foot Indian Kiowa Chief, the most formidable enemy of the frontier, and his wonderful seeming providential escapes. — CHAPTER III. The disobedience of orders and the timidity of the women, doubtless prolonged the wily Chief's existence. — CHAPTER IV. The Civil War has ended. Gen. Lee has surrendered and our Captain Jeff is hounded as a wolf by Federal soldiers, in which the heroism of a true woman and noble wife is illustrated. — CHAPTER V. Captain Jeff surrenders to the Federal authorities, in which the old adage proves true a "Friend in need is a friend Indeed" — CHAPTER VI. Capt. Jeff wrongfully indicted by the civil law, for which he makes a bad break, but through the Christianizing influence of the noble wife, he guards himself against like occurrences. — CHAPTER VII. His wife's little tea party. — CHAPTER VIII. Richard Coke is elected governor. A battalion of Rangers is ordered. Capt. Jeff is commissioned and raises a Company, goes on duty and renews his pursuit of the Big Foot Indian. — CHAPTER IX. Sergeant Andrew Mather is sent on a scout in Callahan county Camps near Caddo Peak. John Parsons is sent out to kill a deer for meat, encounters Big Foot and band, makes his celebrated shot, Big Foot dodges the bullet and makes his escape. — CHAPTER X. Lieutenant Best is sent on a scout. Camps on Jim Ned and is attacked after night by Big Foot and band. Cool bravery and discipline whipped him off with the loss of only one horse. Shot Through the Heart. — CHAPTER XI. High water discipline and the Ranger feast. — CHAPTER XII. Sergeant Mather is sent on a scout in Runnels county in which discipline, coupled with individual bravery, kills the largest bear in West Texas with a bowie knife. — CHAPTER XIII. Captain Jeff's lucky No. "9" and the promptings of the Still small voice fully verified. — CHAPTER XIV. The buffalo hunt. Discipline and a lesson taught that military organization could profit by its example. — CHAPTER XV. The reduction and discharge of the Companies and fifty men from each company in the Frontier Battalion and the return home to its peaceful pursuits. — CHAPTER XVI. Retrospective View. — CHAPTER XVII. Finale. At Mountain Dale, Home of Captain Jeff. — CAPTAIN MALTBY HONORED

PART II.
Capt. Maltby's Reminiscences — A Letter from Captain Maltby

PART III.
Newspaper Extracts — Capt. Maltby Interviewed by a Reporter.......


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