Buster Brown s Autobiography

Filename: buster-brown-s-autobiography.pdf
ISBN: OSU:32435017649229
Release Date: 1907
Number of pages: 70
Author: Richard Felton Outcault

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Filename: buster.pdf
ISBN: 0439703360
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages:
Author: Denise Fleming

Download and read online Buster in PDF and EPUB Buster the dog thinks his perfect life is spoiled when Betty the cat comes to live with him, until he learns not to be afraid of cats.

Nameless Towns

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ISBN: 9780292777804
Release Date: 2010-01-01
Number of pages: 271
Author: Thad Sitton
Publisher: University of Texas Press

Download and read online Nameless Towns in PDF and EPUB Sawmill communities were once the thriving centers of East Texas life. Many sprang up almost overnight in a pine forest clearing, and many disappeared just as quickly after the company "cut out" its last trees. But during their heyday, these company towns made Texas the nation's third-largest lumber producer and created a colorful way of life that lingers in the memories of the remaining former residents and their children and grandchildren. Drawing on oral history, company records, and other archival sources, Sitton and Conrad recreate the lifeways of the sawmill communities. They describe the companies that ran the mills and the different kinds of jobs involved in logging and milling. They depict the usually rough-hewn towns, with their central mill, unpainted houses, company store, and schools, churches, and community centers. And they characterize the lives of the people, from the hard, awesomely dangerous mill work to the dances, picnics, and other recreations that offered welcome diversions.

Mixed Harvest

Filename: mixed-harvest.pdf
ISBN: 0807846597
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 301
Author: Hal S. Barron
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

Download and read online Mixed Harvest in PDF and EPUB How rural northerners from New England to North Dakota met the rise of industrial society and consumer culture. Between 1870 and 1930, communities in the rural North faced a number of challenges. Author Hal S. Barron shows that by consolidating traditional rural values and agrarian fundamentalism, country people successfully created a distinct rural subculture that continued well into the 20th century. Illustrated.


Filename: springfield.pdf
ISBN: 0738575186
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 127
Author: Rosanne E. Putnam
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Springfield in PDF and EPUB Although Springfield was chartered in 1761, residents did not begin taking advantage of the waterpower on the Black River until the 1800s. Once dams were built to harness the water, mills and factories followed. Innovation could not be stopped, and for the next 150 years one invention or improvement after another emerged from this little town. Things like the spring clothespin and sandpaper were invented in Springfield as well as world-famous tool-making machines such as the turret lathe and gear shaping and grinding machines. Improvements were also made to textile-processing machinery. A combination of the right people at the right place and time allowed Springfield, the "little town that did," to transform from an agrarian and mill town to the home of a world-renowned machine tool industry.

I m Just Dead I m Not Gone

Filename: i-m-just-dead-i-m-not-gone.pdf
ISBN: 9781496811202
Release Date: 2017-03-23
Number of pages: 288
Author: Jim Dickinson
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

Download and read online I m Just Dead I m Not Gone in PDF and EPUB I’m Just Dead, I’m Not Gone chronicles Jim Dickinson’s extraordinary life in the Memphis music scene of the fifties and sixties and how he went on to play with and produce a rich array of artists, including Aretha Franklin, the Rolling Stones, Ry Cooder, Duane Allman, Arlo Guthrie, and Albert King. With verve and wit, Dickinson (1941–2009) describes his trip to Blind Lemon’s grave on the Texas flatlands as a college student and how that encounter inspired his return to Memphis. Back home, he looked up Gus Cannon and Furry Lewis, began staging plays, cofounded what would become the annual Memphis Blues Festival, and started recording. The blues, Elvis, and early rock ’n’ roll compelled Dickinson to reject racial barriers and spurred his contributions to the Memphis music and experimental art scene. He explains how the family yardman, WDIA, Dewey Phillips, Furry Lewis, Will Shade, and Howlin’ Wolf shaped him and recounts how he went on to learn his craft at Sun, Ardent, American, Muscle Shoals, and Criteria studios from master producers Sam Phillips, John Fry, Chips Moman, and Jerry Wexler. Dickinson is a member of the Mississippi Music Hall of Fame and an inaugural inductee of the Memphis Music Hall of Fame. He has received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Engineering and Production from the Americana Music Association, a Brass Note on the Beale Street Walk of Fame in Memphis, and a Heritage Marker on the Mississippi Blues Trail. This memoir recounts a love affair with Memphis, the blues, and rock ’n’ roll through Dickinson’s captivating blend of intelligence, humor, and candor.

The A to Z of Old Time Radio

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ISBN: 9781461672074
Release Date: 2010-04-09
Number of pages: 330
Author: Robert C. Reinehr
Publisher: Scarecrow Press

Download and read online The A to Z of Old Time Radio in PDF and EPUB The term Old Time Radio refers to the relatively brief period from 1926, when the National Broadcasting Company first began network broadcasting, until approximately 1960, when television became the dominant communication medium in the United States. During this time, radio was as popular and ubiquitous as television is today. It was amazingly varied in the types of programming it offered; many characters and programs were so popular that virtually everyone was familiar with them. Even today, recorded versions of these programs are still extremely popular and widely available, both from commercial outlets and from hobbyists. Behind the production of these programs was a complex technological and financial infrastructure that had to be developed virtually from scratch in a world unaccustomed to the rapid communication and technological marvels that we take for granted today. The A to Z of Old Time Radio provides essential facts and information on the Golden Age of Radio. This is accomplished through the use of a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on the radio networks, programs, directors, producers, writers, actors, radio series, and radio stations. Entries on your favorite shows—The Lone Ranger, The Shadow, Dragnet, and Suspense—and actors—Bob Hope, George Burns, Gracie Allen, and Edgar Bergen—will have you jumping from one entry to the next as you relive old favorites and discover hidden treasures from the Golden Age of Radio.

Spruce Pine

Filename: spruce-pine.pdf
ISBN: 0738567698
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 128
Author: David Biddix
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Spruce Pine in PDF and EPUB There is a little piece of Spruce Pine in almost every home and business in America. Known as the Mineral City, Spruce Pine is the hub of mining activity in the mineral-rich Toe River valley, which provides mica, feldspar, and ultra-pure quartz for computer chips and other electronic components. Images of America: Spruce Pine is the story of a town with two main streets that was started by the arrival of the railroad. This volume includes the characters, events, tragedies, triumphs, and memories shared by town residents. From catastrophic fires, ravaging floods, and economic turmoil, to visits by U.S. presidents and the Carolina Barn Dance, it is all right here.

Simon Schuster Super Crossword Book 9

Filename: simon-schuster-super-crossword-book-9.pdf
ISBN: 9780684829647
Release Date: 1996-11-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Simon Schuster Super Crossword Book 9 in PDF and EPUB Culled from out-of-print puzzle books, and edited by the kings of crosswords, this collection contains puzzles of varying sizes and levels of difficulty. They have been revised and updated to satisfy the needs and knowledge of today's solvers. The pages are perforated for easy tearing out.

The Law of Advertising and Sales and Related General Business Law with which is Combined Advertising and Sales that Develop Good will

Filename: the-law-of-advertising-and-sales-and-related-general-business-law-with-which-is-combined-advertising-and-sales-that-develop-good-will.pdf
ISBN: WISC:89101089662
Release Date: 1908
Number of pages:
Author: Clowry Chapman

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Buster Keaton

Filename: buster-keaton.pdf
ISBN: 9781497602311
Release Date: 2014-04-01
Number of pages: 464
Author: Marion Meade
Publisher: Open Road Media

Download and read online Buster Keaton in PDF and EPUB An American icon, Joseph Frank “Buster” Keaton is easily acknowledged as one of the greatest filmmakers in early cinema and beyond. His elaborate slapstick made audiences scream with laughter. But, his stone face hid an internal turmoil. In BUSTER KEATON: CUT TO THE CHASE, biographer Marion Meade seamlessly lays out the life and works of this comedy genius who lacked any formal education. “Buster” made his name as a child of vaudeville, thrown around the stage by his father in a cartoon pantomime of very real abuse. The lessons he carried forward from that experience translated into some of the greatest silent films of all time. Keaton wrote, directed, performed, and edited dozens of features and shorts, including his masterpiece, The General. However, those early scars also led to decades of drinking and mistreatment of women. Keaton saw huge successes, Hollywood sex scandals, years of neglect from studios and audiences, and finally a shaky resurrection that assured his place in Hollywood’s film canon. Meticulously researched, this book brings together four years of research and hundreds of interviews to paint a nuanced portrait of a compelling artist. No comedy fan or film buff should miss this insider story of the man behind the stone face.

From Abba to Zoom

Filename: from-abba-to-zoom.pdf
ISBN: 9780740793073
Release Date: 2011-06-01
Number of pages: 560
Author: David Mansour
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

Download and read online From Abba to Zoom in PDF and EPUB More than 150 million Americans were born after the post-World War II years. Almost all of them know, remember, and hold dear to their hearts the numerous memories that stretch From ABBA to Zoom. Take a walk . . . down memory lane, you Boomers and Gen Xers! From ABBA to Zoom is sure to grab anyone born in the 1950s, '60s, '70s, or '80s. Whether you grew up watching The Huckleberry Hound Show, Johnny Quest, or Sesame Street, this cultural encyclopedia is sure to draw you into a nostalgic and fun-filled read that you just can't put down. American pop culture aficionado David Mansour spent 18 years accumulating an extensive collection of dolls, lunch boxes, board games, TV memorabilia, and other items from the 1960s through the '90s. That fascination, along with his lifelong lists--from "best toys" to "all-time coolest singers"--were the genesis for this wide-ranging volume of Boomer and Generation X treasures. Readers will relish the mere mention of some of their greatest childhood and adolescent connections, then rush to learn the well-researched details behind those icons. Farrah Fawcett's feathered hair, James Bond movies, Lost in Space, Woodstock--it's all here! In page after page, more than 3,000 references arranged alphabetically make this a true trip through the Boom Times. Totally groovy!

Boot and Shoe Recorder

Filename: boot-and-shoe-recorder.pdf
ISBN: NYPL:33433090804232
Release Date: 1921
Number of pages:

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Of Harvest and Home

Filename: of-harvest-and-home.pdf
ISBN: 9780759648074
Release Date: 2001-08-01
Number of pages: 186
Author: Ruby Brown Britt
Publisher: AuthorHouse

Download and read online Of Harvest and Home in PDF and EPUB Take this written journey into the Life of Mark Farentino as he unfolds in poetic rhymes the beat of his heart in Four Seasons of Poetry. In this unique work of art there are only four chapters which include a host of poems from worship to love. As the book opens up in chapter one In His Presence he rhymes about his love for God and their meaningful relationship. As the pages flows on allow yourself to be touched by embracing his sincere thoughts concerning romance and love. This book also includes a Chapter for the children entitled the Laughter of a Child that will be sure to make you smile!!!

Power Culture and Place

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ISBN: 9781610444033
Release Date: 1989-02-16
Number of pages: 352
Author: John H. Mollenkopf
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation

Download and read online Power Culture and Place in PDF and EPUB With a population and budget exceeding that of many nations, a central position in the world's cultural and corporate networks, and enormous concentrations off wealth and poverty, New York City intensifies interactions among social forces that elsewhere may be hidden or safely separated. The essays in Power, Culture, and Place represent the first comprehensive program of research on this city in a quarter century. Focusing on three historical transformations—the mercantile, industrial, and postindustrial—several contributors explore economic growth and change and the social conflicts that accompanied them. Other papers suggest how popular culture, public space, and street life served as sources of order amidst conflict and disorder. Essays on politics and pluralism offer further reflections on how social tensions are harnessed in the framework of political participation. By examining the intersection of economics, culture, and politics in a shared spatial context, these multidisciplinary essays not only illuminate the City's fascinating and complex development, but also highlight the significance of a sense of "place" for social research. It has been said that cities gave birth to the social sciences, exemplifying and propagating dramatic social changes and proving ideal laboratories for the study of social patterns and their evolution. As John Mollenkopf and his colleagues argue, New York City remains the quintessential case in point.