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The Hired Hand

Author : Jesse Horst
ISBN : 0973749512
Genre : Agricultural laborers
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Honey And The Hired Hand

Author : Joan Johnston
ISBN : 9781460305232
Genre : Fiction
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When her first husband, a Texas Ranger,was killed on the job, Honey Farrell swore she'd never risk her heart again. She no longer has time for men, anyway—not with a ranch to run, a dwindling bank account and two teenaged boys to raise. So when cowboy Jesse Whitelaw turns up on her doorstep looking for work, he seems like the answer to her prayers. But Honey doesn't know that Jesse's actually a Ranger himself, going undercover to break up a cattle-rustling ring—and as she and Jesse get closer, the secrets he's keeping could destroy them both.

Boss Lady And The Hired Hand Mills Boon Vintage Desire

Author : Barbara McMahon
ISBN : 9781408990162
Genre : Fiction
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SINGLE MOM NEEDS A HELPING HAND Amanda Williams's troubles were just beginning when the sexiest cowboy in Wyoming accepted a job on her ranch. Now, instead of having only business on her mind, she was fantasizing about long, lazy hours in a bed with her new hired hand... .

Hired Hands

Author : John B. Lee
ISBN : 0919626300
Genre : Poetry
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The hired hand of these poems was a stupid man. Nowadays he would be known as one of the employable retarded. Tom was lucky enough to find work and a home with the family of John B. Lee, people who understood him. And John B. Lee was lucky to have his whole life coloured by the presence of an apparently limited man who turns out to have been a poem. John B. Lee has with great tact and without a shred of patronizing found the words to make this inarticulate man live. Hired Hands is a remarkable accomplishment.

Hired Hands

Author : Cecilia Danysk
ISBN : 0771025521
Genre : History
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In this first full-length study of labour in Canadian prairie agriculture during the period of settlement and expansion, Cecilia Danysk examines the changing work and the growing rural community of the West through the eyes of the workers themselves.

Hired Hands Or Human Resources?

Author : Bruce E. Kaufman
ISBN : 0801448301
Genre : Business & Economics
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Early human resource management : context and history -- HRM at the beginning : the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad -- Contrasting HRM strategies : Pullman and Baldwin -- HRM and alternative systems of workforce governance -- HRM in the industrial heartland I : the United States Steel Corporation -- HRM in the industrial heartland II : the Ford Motor Company -- Industrial Relations Counselors, Inc. -- The human resource model in a welfare capitalism firm : the Top-Grade Oil Company -- A high-road employer in a low-road industry : the Great Eastern Coal Company -- The middle ground of HRM in the 1920s : the United Steel and Coal Company -- Paternalism combined with decentralized and informal HRM : Mega-Watt Light and Power -- The "hired hand" model in a large manufacturing firm : New Era Radio -- HRM in the industrial heartland III : High-Beam Steel -- The case studies : insights and lessons learned.

Carrie S Hired Hand

Author : Mary C. Findley
Genre : Fiction
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Civil War, North-South Conflict, widowhood, deafness, sign language, spies, literacy

Hired Hand

Author : Elizabeth Bevarly
ISBN : OCLC:1035598030
Genre : Consolidation and merger of corporations
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While he'd had his doubts about her at first, Lucas Strathmoor was becoming a believer--even trusting Miranda's mystical powers to guide his corporate takeover bids. Trouble was, these days his mind seemed to be on a different kind of merger.

Constructing The West

Author : Eric Ward Ross
ISBN : OCLC:953579428
Genre : American culture
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The Western has been an important and iconic part of American culture since the opening of the frontier. However, very few scholars have looked closely at the way the genre constructs the past through public and private spaces like frontier towns and settlements. The 1971 films, The Hired Hand and McCabe & Mrs. Miller are two texts that revitalized, and in the process revised, the Western genre in the early 1970s. My paper examines the ways in which conflicts between public and private spaces in the films reflect the social and cultural conflicts in America at the time. Both films feature lead male characters that strive to, but ultimately fail to resurrect an older idea of public space as they attempt to reclaim their place in it. The men attempt to navigate changing ideas of public space by retreating in to domestic or feminine space and resisting the corporatization of public space. This paper uses the works of Nancy Fraser and Richard Sennett to explore the different approaches to the nature of public space in post World War II America and sheds new light on the ways in which men adapted or, in some cases, refused to adapt to the changing social conditions of the second half of the 20th century.

Hired Hands And Plowboys

Author : David E. Schob
ISBN : UCSC:32106000897394
Genre : Agricultural laborers
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Before the Civil War, the livelihood of most Americans was involved in some way with farming. Yet, because of a lack of readily available information on workers, farm labor has long been neglected by historians. Filing a major gap in the history of American agriculture, labor, and the frontier, David Schob studies this distinctive aspect of American life in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota from 1815 to 1860. Through hundreds of details drawn from farmers' records, diaries and letters, county histories, newspapers, and periodicals, Schob evokes the farm laborer as he broke prairies, harvested grain, drained ditches, dug wells, and worked during off-season winter months logging, sawmilling, and pork packing. Farm work varied with the season and with the ethnic background of the hired hands, each group of immigrants introducing its specialized tasks to the region--the Irish as ditchdiggers and trenchers, the Germans as horticulturists, and the Scandinavians as wood choppers. Together, these groups not only contributed to the economic development of the Midwest, but according to Schob, they also accelerated the westward movement of the American frontier. In addition to providing detailed accounts of the workers' duties and way of life, and information on wages, contracts, and working conditions for routine farm employment, the book sheds light on several previously ignored facets of agricultural and labor history: the work of chore boys and hired girls, whose services were equally important to industrious farmers, and the role of free black farm hands, who augmented the white labor force in the harvest fields and the hazardous work of well digging.

The New Hired Hand

Author : Marjorie Smith
ISBN : WISC:89070375761
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Sermons For The Everyday Christian

Author : Daniel E. Bollen
ISBN : 9781469139821
Genre : Religion
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These sermons attempt in the authors theological point of view try to answer many questions such as: Why do we refer to Jesus as the Good Shepherd? Who according to Corinthians and the Apostle Paul is entitled to take Holy Communion? What does Easter mean to Christians? How do we handle temptation? Why forgiveness is so important, yet so difficult? These Sermons are well researched and provide Biblical references to support the sermons. These Sermons are not meant to replace attending worship but to provide an additional insight to God and his Son Jesus Christ.

Hildegard Of Bingen

Author : Beverly Mayne Kienzle
ISBN : 9780879072032
Genre : Religion
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Hildegard of Bingen (1098 '1179) describes the virtue of Fortitude teaching the other virtues in the fire of the Holy Spirit. Like Fortitude, Hildegard was enkindled by the Holy Spirit and edified many with her teaching. Hildegard of Bingen's Homilies on the Gospels are here translated for the first time from Latin into English. Hildegard's sisters recorded and preserved her informal preaching in this collection of homilies on twenty-seven gospel pericopes. As teacher and superior to her sisters, Hildegard probably spoke to them in the chapter house, with the scriptural text either before her or recited from memory, according to Benedictine liturgical practice. The Homilies on the Gospels prove essential for comprehending the coherent theological Vision that Hildegard constructs throughout her works, including the themes of salvation history, the drama of the individual soul, the struggle of virtues against vices, and the life-giving and animating force of greenness (uiriditas). Moreover, the Homilies on the Gospels establish Hildegard as the only known female systematic exegete of the Middle Ages. Beverly Mayne Kienzle, John H. Morison Professor of the Practice in Latin and Romance Languages, Harvard Divinity School, has published several books on medieval sermons and preaching, including Hildegard of Bingen and Her Gospel Homilies (2009); Hildegard of Bingen, Expositiones euangeliorum, coedited with Carolyn Muessig (2007); and The Sermon: Typologie des sources du moyen a¢ge occidental, fasc. 81 '83 (2000).

Arizona S Graham Tewksbury Feud

Author : Leland J. Hanchett
ISBN : 0963778536
Genre : History
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The infamous Graham-Tewksbury Feud which occurred in the late nineteenth century in Arizona surpassed all other feuds in this country in number of men killed and lives broken. The families started as friends but soon became so filled with hate that only revenge would balance accounts. Suspicion and intrigue linger to this date in what is known as Pleasant Valley, Arizona.

Courage To Bear Witness

Author : L. Edward Phillips
ISBN : 9781630876913
Genre : Religion
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To be a follower of Jesus means to bear witness to the truth of God. In an age when so many contemporary voices portray faith as a form of personal therapy, Gene L. Davenport, Professor Emeritus of Religion at Lambuth University, has consistently reminded us in his own witness that the truth of the Gospel entails confrontation with the world that dwells in darkness. These essays in honor of Davenport address the meaning of witness in the face of racism, sexism, and religious bigotry, to name but some of the forms this darkness takes. The topics range from emerging forms of prayer to religious themes in cowboy music, from the work of white pastors in Mississippi during the growing Civil Rights Movement to the meaning of the Righteous Gentile in Jewish-Christian friendship. Contributors: D. Brent Laytham Randy Cooper Stanley Hauerwas Billy Vaughan James T. Laney Kenneth L. Carder M. Douglas Meeks Phyllis Tickle L. Edward Phillips Tex Sample Cindy Wesley Joseph T. Reiff Margaret J. Meyer Charles Mayo

Tales Of Kentucky Ghosts

Author : William Lynwood Montell
ISBN : 9780813139487
Genre : Social Science
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A good ghost story can make your hair stand on end, your palms sweat, and your heart race. The bone-chilling collection Tales of Kentucky Ghosts presents more than 250 stories that do just that. In his new book, William Lynwood Montell has assembled an entertaining and diverse array of tales from across the commonwealth that will keep you checking under the bed every night. The first-person accounts in this collection showcase folklore that Montell has drawn from archives, family stories, and oral traditions throughout Kentucky. The stories include that of the ghost bride of Laurel County, who appears each year on the anniversary of her wedding day; the tale of the murdered worker who haunts the Simpson County home of his killer and former employer; and the account of the lost mandolin that plays itself in a house in Graves County. These and many other chilling stories haunt the pages of Tales of Kentucky Ghosts. In the tradition of Montell's previous Kentucky ghost books ( Ghosts across Kentucky and Haunted Houses and Family Ghosts of Kentucky), Tales of Kentucky Ghosts brings together a variety of terrifying narratives that not only entertain and frighten but also serve as a unique record of Kentucky's rich heritage of storytelling.

Called To Reach

Author : William Yount
ISBN : 9781433669484
Genre : Religion
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What’s a cross-cultural discipler? It’s someone who crosses distinct cultural barriers—whether at home or abroad—to share the gospel and develop other effective Christian disciples. Think of the apostle Paul who was born into a Jewish heritage but preached in Greece and Rome among other places, or modern day missionaries, both short-term and long-term, who bravely go where God sends them despite the challenges of language and lifestyle differences when they get there. Called to Reach is a much-needed book of encouragement and training for cross-cultural disciplers new and old. Based on the authors’ dynamic experiences, it defines seven characteristics that best enhance the effectiveness of disciplers in overcoming cultural barriers and emphasizes the importance of personally growing in spiritual maturity with every outreach opportunity. Throughout, Jesus is presented as the model cross-cultural discipler, for He left the culture of Heaven to disciple us in our earthly culture.

Bring Em Back Alive

Author : Dave Burchett
ISBN : 9780307551979
Genre : Religion
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It was a story Jesus liked to tell. If a man owned a hundred sheep and one of them wandered away, he would, without hesitation, leave the ninety-nine and search for the one. And when he found that lost sheep he would celebrate with great joy. In the same way, Jesus concluded, our Father in heaven–like the shepherd–is unwilling for any of his sheep to be lost. Yet all too often God’s sheep do wander from the flock. Sometimes, for reasons that are hard to discern, they stray on their own. Other times they’re driven away, perhaps wounded by an unkind word or thoughtless deed. In Bring ’Em Back Alive author Dave Burchett shows us the importance of bringing these lost and wounded lambs back to the fold–or, when we’re the ones who wandered, becoming willing to return. He explains, step-by-step, how to replenish the spiritual strength of Christ’s body. And he reminds us that we, like the shepherd, can know the joy that comes when a lost sheep returns home. Every believer is a precious part of Christ’s body. When even one is missing, the church lacks power and is less than whole. Whether we’re victims, perpetrators, or innocent bystanders we’re called by God to seek restoration. And when one of God’s sheep goes missing we have no choice: We must Bring ’Em Back Alive. Includes questions at the end of each chapter for discussion and reflection.

Italian Literary Icons

Author : Gian-Paolo Biasin
ISBN : 9781400854844
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Focusing on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Italian literature, Gian-Paolo Biasin explores a series of challenges posited for literary criticism by the success of semiotics, testing theoretical concepts not so much on theoretical grounds as in their practical application to literary texts from the high Romantic lyric of Ugo Foscolo to the postmodern, cosmicomic tales of Italo Calvino. Originally published in 1985. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Poems By The Red Neck Poet

Author : Brion L. Morse
ISBN : 9781491740880
Genre : Poetry
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As stated in Brions introduction, these poems were written and intended as a testimonial of one mans life for his children and grandchildren. The poems grew into something bigger; seeing the importance for as Gods words states in II, Timothy 3:16-17 all scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for re-proof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness that the man of God may be perfect thoroughly furnished unto all good works. Brion thanks his God for the inspiration he has given him on several of these poems. He thanks his daughters as workers and inspiration also. It has never been his intention to hurt anyone with his writings. If so, get over it and change your life as well. The last poem of this book is Brions letter to any addict struggling to overcome a hard addictive behavior. Get and seek the help you need. Believe in the true God and please dont victimize your family. Brion hopes these readings have been enjoyable and inspirational, but most of all, this is and was his testimonial throughout time for his children and grandchildren of who their father and grandfather was.

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