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The New Age Hunter

Author : Anthony Mauro, Sr.
ISBN : 9780595323166
Genre : Nature
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The New Age Hunter is a provocative and captivating account of the pivotal role hunters play as guardians of healthy and balanced wildlife populations in the 21st century. Author Anthony P. Mauro, Sr., brilliantly exposes the consequences of present-day falsehoods and prejudices about hunting and clearly outlines a perspective that ushers in an era of renewed appreciation and understanding of the fundamental assistance hunters provide to conservation efforts the world over. The New Age Hunter makes use of important facts and figures from government agencies, private organizations, and renown experts for supporting its bold insights, which cover a wide range of topics that include: · Stories of hunting No. American and African game · Why man hunts in the current millennia · How hunting adds to America's character · The hunter as conservationist and wildlife manager · How hunting supports a healthy ecosystem · Hunting ethics and "Fair Chase" · The outlook for hunting's future The New Age Hunter contains all the information ever needed for sweeping knowledge of the hunter's eminent contribution to conserving the world's natural resources-and is perhaps the one source the "anti-hunters" hope is never read! "The New Age Hunter is a bold and masterfully written book of the critical need for hunting and the hunter in the twenty-first century I've never read anything like it!" -David Selman, President, Tracker Outdoors "If you are a hunter intent on preserving your way of life, a conservationist, a student looking for truthful answers, or a non-hunter with a desire to understand the hunter's unwavering mindset, The New Age Hunter by Anthony Mauro is a worthy read." -Jeff H. Johnston, American Hunter magazine

The New Age In Glastonbury

Author : Ruth Prince
ISBN : 1571819932
Genre : Social Science
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The New Age movement is a twentieth-century socio-cultural phenomenon in the Western world with Glastonbury as one of its major centers. Through experimenting with a number of ways of analyzing this movement, the authors were able to develop a novel theory of social religious movements of broad applicability. Based around contradictions relating to such central anthropological concepts as communitas, egalitarianism, individualism, holism, and autonomy, it reveals the processes by which, having abandoned a mainstream lifestyle, people come to build up a counter-culture way of life. Drawing on their own work on tribal shamanistic religions, the authors are able to point out interesting similarities between the latter and the Glastonbury New Age movement. Not only that: their model allows them to explain such wide-ranging social and religious movements as the Hutterites, the Kibbutz, and Green communes. In fact, the authors argue, these movements may be regarded as variations of the Glastonbury type.

Field Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

The New Age Of Adventure

Author : John Rasmus
ISBN : 9781426206108
Genre : Travel
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National Geographic Adventure has published the best work by today’s finest writers, and this tenth anniversary anthology assembles an elite corps of authors that includes Sebastian Junger, Peter Matthiessen, Philip Caputo, and two dozen others. These reporters have voyaged to the ends of the earth to bring back the decade’s most thrilling, eccentric, and extraordinary tales. But the pieces collected here do more than paint a portrait of the world’s most extreme and fascinating environments—they also explore important questions about adventure in the 21st century. These stories rocket readers across the roof of the world on the new high-speed railway in Tibet, describe the tension between Indian farmers and the sacred elephants besieging their villages, and introduce them to a shaman whom some believe can cure the most serious depressions. We meet the great Afghan warlord Ahmed Shah Massoud—said to have been the finest guerrilla fighter since Ho Chi Minh—encounter a yeti with legendary mountaineer Reinhold Messner, and much more. This is a wide-ranging collection for every road warrior and adventurer—armchair or otherwise—culled from the much acclaimed journal that in its first ten years has won millions of devoted readers and garnered more than a dozen prestigious prizes for excellence in journalism.

The New Age

Author : Arthur Moore
ISBN : OSU:32435061448163
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Wallenstein A Drama Done Into Engl Verse By J A W Hunter

Author : Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller
ISBN : OXFORD:590881008
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The New Age

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ISBN : UCAL:C2644042
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Leather Stocking And Silk; Or Hunter John Myers And His Times A Story Of The Valley Of Virginia

Author : John Esten Cooke
ISBN : ONB:+Z257541905
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Recovering Lost Species In The Modern Age

Author : Dolly Jørgensen
ISBN : 9780262537810
Genre : Nature
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A groundbreaking study of how emotions motivate attempts to counter species loss. This groundbreaking book brings together environmental history and the history of emotions to examine the motivations behind species conservation actions. In Recovering Lost Species in the Modern Age, Dolly Jørgensen uses the environmental histories of reintroduction, rewilding, and resurrection to view the modern conservation paradigm of the recovery of nature as an emotionally charged practice. Jørgensen argues that the recovery of nature—identifying that something is lost and then going out to find it and bring it back—is a nostalgic practice that looks to a historical past and relies on the concept of belonging to justify future-oriented action. The recovery impulse depends on emotional responses to what is lost, particularly a longing for recovery that manifests itself in such emotions as guilt, hope, fear, and grief. Jørgensen explains why emotional frameworks matter deeply—both for how people understand nature theoretically and how they interact with it physically. The identification of what belongs (the lost nature) and our longing (the emotional attachment to it) in the present will affect how environmental restoration practices are carried out in the future. A sustainable future will depend on questioning how and why belonging and longing factor into the choices we make about what to recover.

Beyond Lift Every Voice And Sing

Author : Paula Marie Seniors
ISBN : UCSD:31822037447448
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Paula Marie Seniors's Beyond Lift Every Voice and Sing is an engaging and well-researched book that explores the realities of African American life and history as refracted through the musical theater productions of one of the most prolific black song-writing teams of the early twentieth century. James Weldon Johnson, J. Rosamond Johnson, and Bob Cole combined conservative and progressive ideas in a complex and historically specific strategy for overcoming racism and its effects. In Shoo Fly Regiment (1906–1908) and The Red Moon (1908–1910), theater, uplift, and politics collided as the team tried to communicate a politics of uplift, racial pride, gender equality, and interethnic coalitions. The overarching question of this study is how roles and representations in black musical theater both reflected and challenged the dominant social order. While some scholars dismiss the team as conformists, Seniors's contention is that they used the very tools of hegemony to make progressive political statements and to create a distinctly black theater informed by black politics, history, and culture. These men were writers, musicians, actors, and vaudevillians who strove to change the perception of African Americans on stage from one of minstrelsy buffoonery to one of dignity and professionalism.

The New Age Ethic And The Spirit Of Postmodernity

Author : Carmen Kuhling
ISBN : IND:30000094625104
Genre : Philosophy
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"The book draws on phenomenology, interpretive hermeneutics, anthropological cultural studies, psychoanalysis, feminism, deconstructionism and Marxism in exploring how the new age can inform us with regard to modern/postmodern relations with Nature, our ambivalent perceptions of self and other, essentialism and relativism, and epistemology and ontology. Further, the book raises the question of the purpose and meaning of subcultures in contemporary society, and our collective relationship to utopias and dystopias."--BOOK JACKET.

The Beginning Of The Prophecy Of The New Age

Author : Nicole Birk
ISBN : 9781453546673
Genre : Fiction
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Allanna, Princess of Santra, has it all: five best friends who support her every belief, the life of a princess. Ignoring her fathers courts grumbling, Allanna has rebelliously grown up riding warhorses, wearing mens pants, and practicing swordcraft. Her friends are right behind her: Tempar, almost her match in swordplay; quiet Ratisha, who follows Tempars every wish; boisterous Megan, who is outspoken in every way; passive Sasha, who knows exactly what she wants and who she is; and silent Amelia, quiet but always there. Allanna has several rules that she is very positive about. She is very, very against all types of bonds. Though her position as a princess bonds her to her country, Santra, she doesnt seem to care. The bonds she is most vehemently against are people treating her likeand calling hera lady, expecting marriage and children. She would almost rather die than have these things tie her down. Allannas five friends have never objected to this belief, and so Allanna never thought of it. But she begins to grow wary when Tempar objects to her keeping some men from courting Sasha and Amelia. But still, she never thinks that Tempar would ever relate it to her. And so when, one day after swords practice, Tempar proposes to her, Allanna panics. She flees, along with Megan, Sasha, and Amelia, heading north, away from Santran civilization. But Tempar will stop at nothing to have Allanna at his side, and she soon learns the hard way that in order to save Santra and the rest of FalTarra from destruction, she must be prepared to take her throne backif she can.

The New Age Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015069405556
Genre : Freemasonry
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Astrology For The New Age

Author : Marc Allen
ISBN : 9781608681396
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Through a simple and effective approach, you are shown how to unlock the vast resources of the intuitive mind. You will learn how to create your own positive readings and interpretations for practical daily use. Everything you need to be your own intuitive astrologer! Whether beginner or advanced practitioner, this book will open new and exciting territories.

Saint Bartholomew S Hospital Reports

Author : London (England). Saint Bartholomew's Hospital
ISBN : MINN:31951002757355I
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Includes Statistical tables of patients under treatment.

The New Age Of Faith

Author : John Langdon-Davies
ISBN : UCAL:$B266218
Genre : Electronic books
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Christianity And The New Age

Author : George Preston Mains
ISBN : UVA:X000307408
Genre : Christianity
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Museums Of The New Age

Author : Charles T. Gwynne
ISBN : OSU:32435002472264
Genre : Industrial museums
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A Ufo Hunter S Guide

Author : Bret Lueder
ISBN : 160925628X
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Alien abductions. Repeated UFO sightings. Conspiracies and cover-ups. Whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, UFOs are part of our culture. How to sort out fact from fiction? A UFO Hunter’s Guide has the answers: the facts, figures, people, places, and events that make up the modern scope of UFO-ology. A UFO Hunter’s Guide features:Competing theories about UFOsFamous cases and hot spots around the worldField tips from investigators and researchersAn extensive list of international UFO research societies. Lueder cites the contributions and findings of world-renowned researchers Zecharia Sitchin, William Bramley, Jordan Maxwell, Nancy Red Star, Stanton Friedman, Dr. Carl Sagan, Jacques Vallee, Raymond Fowler, and many others, along with a vast array of case sightings, alleged contacts, and abductions. Whether you’re simply curious or a researcher with a serious interest in uncovering the truth about UFOs, A UFO Hunter’s Guide is a valuable resource.

Comprehensive Dissertation Index

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Genre : Dissertations, Academic
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