Skyline Camps

Author: Walter Prichard Eaton

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform


Category: Camping

Page: 245

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A young man from back East goes on the adventure of his life in the wilds of Oregon in the early 20th century. In a time when cars were a recent invention and paved roads almost nonexistent, just getting to wonders like Glacier National Park, Crater Lake, Newberry Crater, Mt. Jefferson and the Columbia Gorge could be an adventure! The author describes these places in great detail and also provides much interesting information about the plants and trees, geology and birds and wildlife he observed in the area.

The Nazi Death Camps

Author: Winston Ramsey

Publisher: After the Battle


Category: History

Page: 448

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In the 12 years that the National Socialist Party was in power in Germany, upwards of 15,000 concentration and labor camps were established in the Greater Reich and the occupied countries to incarcerate all who were deemed enemies of the state. Contents includes: GERMANY Dachau, Oranienburg, Sachsenhausen, Buchenwald, Ohrdruf, Flossenbürg, Neuengamme, Ravensbrück, Niederhagen/Wewelsburg, Bergen-Belsen, Mittelbau-Dora-Nordhausen, Arbeitsdorf. AUSTRIA Mauthausen. BELGIUM Breendonk, Mechelen: Caserne Dossin. CZECHOSLOVAKIA Theresienstadt. ESTONIA Vaivara/Klooga. FRANCE French Transit Camps, Natzweiler-Struthof, Wiesengrund/Vaihingen. HOLLAND Westerbork, Amersfoort, Herzogenbusch/Vught. ITALY Fossoli, Bolzano, Risiera di San Sabba. LATVIA Riga-Kaiserwald. LITHUANIA Kauen. NORWAY Falstad, Grini. UNITED KINGDOM Alderney, Channel Islands. BERLIN Wannsee Conference and Operation ‘Reinhard’. POLAND The Warsaw Ghetto, Majdanek-Lublin, Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka, Chelmno, Gross-Rosen, Stutthof-Danzig, Krakow-Plaszow, Auschwitz , Birkenau, War Crimes Trials.

Forest and Garden

Author: Melanie Louise Simo

Publisher: University of Virginia Press


Category: Architecture

Page: 302

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How wild and managed or artificially arranged environments coexist has long been a matter of intense debate among foresters and landscape professionals.

Backpacking California

Author: Wilderness Press

Publisher: Wilderness Press


Category: Travel

Page: 490

View: 882

Backpacking California is a collection of more than 70 of the most intriguing backpacking adventures in Wilderness Press's home territory of California. With contributions from more than a dozen Wilderness Press authors, the book describes routes ranging from one night to one week. Backpacking novices as well as "old hand" California hikers will find expert-crafted trips in the Coast Ranges, the Sierra, the Cascades, and the Warner Mountains. Expanded coverage includes trips in Big Sur, Anza-Borrego, Death Valley, and the White Mountains. Several trips have been described in print nowhere else. Each trip includes a trail map and essential logistical information for trip planning.

Bay Area Ridge Trail

Author: Jean Rusmore

Publisher: Wilderness Press


Category: Travel

Page: 314

View: 703

The official guide to the ever-growing Bay Area Ridge Trail, a proposed 400-mile route that circles the ridgeline of the San Francisco Bay, crossing over nine counties. Five new trails and 13 more miles await discovery in this new edition, bringing the mileage of the completed Ridge Trail to 225.
Sports & Recreation

Trekking Washington

Author: Mike Woodmansee

Publisher: The Mountaineers Books


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 301

View: 195

This exclusive travel guide guides the visitor through the most incredible activities to be found in Shanghai: savour the food of world-class chefs in Asia's most romantic two-seater salon; eat at the best holes-in-the-walls and discover local street food haunts; find the best tailors and quality cashmere, satins and brocades by the yard; expert ......

Catalog of Copyright Entries. New Series

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress




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Part 1, Group 1: Books, v. 19 : Nos. 124 - 139 (February - March, 1923)