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Where The Red Wind Blows

Author : Joseph Lau
ISBN : OCLC:320408318
Genre : Documentary films
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Return To Red Winds

Author : Donna Eimer Villani
ISBN : 9781631358838
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Return to Red Winds contains adult situations and language. The characters from the author’s first novel The Capture of Art are the main topics of interest in this sequel. As they share tea parties, the child Christina, nicknamed Christy, is fascinated with Grammy’s storytelling, or as they call it “gossip.” They enjoy many years together; they laugh, cry, and bring to mind the life of Olivia Webster Brown and those close to her. Knowing her days are numbered, Grammy has arranged to continue the gossip, and on special occasions has correspondence sent to Christy. Christy, now using her given name Christina, through her love of writing fictitious novels continues the gossip with new characters and new beginnings. With Grammy’s spirited love in her heart, the beautiful image of the trees seem to have a way of calling her, and Christina always finds a way to Return to Red Winds.

Spirits And Slaves In Central Sudan

Author : Susan M. Kenyon
ISBN : 9781137027504
Genre : Social Science
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This historical ethnography from Central Sudan explores the century-old intertwining of zar , spirit possession, with past lives of ex-slaves and shows that, despite very different social and cultural contexts, zar has continued to be shaped by the experience of slavery.

Red Wind And Thunder Moon

Author : Max Brand
ISBN : 0803212682
Genre : Fiction
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The Thunder Moon series represents some of Max Brand?s best work, originally published in 1927?28 as a series of interlocking stories. The University of Nebraska Press is now republishing these stories uncut and in the sequence Faust intended, with careful reference to the original typescripts. In order, the works appear in four volumes as The Legend of Thunder Moon, Red Wind and Thunder Moon, Thunder Moon and the Sky People, and Farewell, Thunder Moon. Red Wind and Thunder Moon originally appeared in 1927 issues of Western Story Magazine. In this work, Walking Horse, war chief of the Omissi band of the Cheyennes, pays a mysterious visit to the Suhtai band, among whose foremost chiefs is Big Hard Face. Big Hard Face proudly shows Walking Horse the large herd of fine horses presented to him by his son, Thunder Moon, who has captured them in daring raids upon their traditional enemies, the Comanches. Feigning a desire to buy some of the horses, Walking Horse cleverly concludes a bargain with Big Hard Face, over Thunder Moon?s objections, that obliges the young warrior to accept an unknown gift. Big Hard Face is ecstatic over the good price he has received for the horses; Thunder Moon awaits the ?gift? with foreboding.

The Kingdom Of The Lost Book 1

Author : Isobelle Carmody
ISBN : 9780670074037
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In this captivating first book, brothers Zluty and Bily live happily in their little house in the desert. Every year Zluty journeys to the great forest while Bily stays to tend their desert home. And every year Zluty returns with exciting tales of his adventures. But then a devastating red wind sweeps across the land destroying everything in its path. And each brother must fight for his survival. A magical new series for younger readers from the award-winning author of Little Fur.

The Red Wing Sings

Author : Tom Omstead
ISBN : 9781770675124
Genre : Fiction
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Will Anderson has chosen to live a simple life until the morning he wakes from a dream to discover that a nuclear nightmare has just begun. A madman has put in motion a witch's brew of events which catapults the current state of fear in America to new heights and leads to the US armed forces occupying Canada. Cut-off in Ontario, with 3,500 kilometres of occupied territory separating him from his long-time girlfriend Sydney, Anderson embarks on an 'off-the-grid' journey to rejoin her in their BC Rockies home. En route, he finds refuge with strangers who become his friends: a French family living in a log cabin in Quebec, an eccentric professor, and a native tribe in Ontario holding fast to their traditions and customs. Discovering the lost diary of Sir Isaac Brock, renowned strategist of the War of 1812, Will learns of Brock's timeless strategies to drive out the invaders and feels compelled to inspire others to join him in active resistance to the occupation. As the story unfolds, some believe everything they hear without question, but others start to question everything they believe.

Starring Red Wing

Author : Linda M. Waggoner
ISBN : 9781496218094
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The epic biography Starring Red Wing! brings the exciting career, dedicated activism, and noteworthy legacy of Ho-Chunk actress Lilian Margaret St. Cyr vividly to life. Known to film audiences as "Princess Red Wing," St. Cyr emerged as the most popular Native American actress in the pre-Hollywood and early studio-system era in the United States. Today St. Cyr is known for her portrayal of Naturich in Cecile B. DeMille's The Squaw Man (1914); although DeMille claimed to have "discovered the little Indian girl," the viewing public had already long adored her as a petite, daredevil Indian heroine. She befriended and worked with icons such as Mary Pickford, Jewell Carmen, Tom Mix, Max Sennett, and William Selig. Born on the Winnebago Reservation in 1884 and orphaned in 1888, she spent ten years in Indian boarding schools before graduating from the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in 1902. She married James Young Johnson, and in 1907 the couple reinvented themselves as the stage personas "Princess Red Wing" and "Young Deer," performing in Wild West shows around New York and beginning their film careers. As their popularity grew, St. Cyr and Johnson decamped from the East Coast and helped establish the second motion picture company in Southern California, where Red Wing became a Native American leading lady in westerns until her career waned in 1917. After returning to the reservation to work as a housekeeper, she took her show on a two-year tour to educate the public about Native culture and lived out her life in New York, performing, educating, and crafting regalia. Starring Red Wing! is a sweeping narrative of St. Cyr's evolution as America's first Native American film star, from her childhood and performance career to her days as a respected elder of the multi-tribal New York City Indian Community.

Warman S Red Wing Pottery

Author : Mark Moran
ISBN : 9781440226205
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Red Wing pottery, with its beautiful glazes and hand painted designs, has evolved into one of the most desired collectibles in the stoneware and art pottery markets. The vast collector following for these pieces will love this essential new reference. Warman's Red Wing Pottery covers 1,200 pieces of the most collectible Red Wing stoneware, art pottery and dinnerware, with a brilliant full-color photos of each piece as well as current pricing, historical facts and detailed descriptions to aid collectors in identification. Collectors will also find information on fakes and reproductions, ensuring secure purchases. This is the most comprehensive guide you'll find anywhere!

The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland And Led The Revels There

Author : Catherynne M. Valente
ISBN : 9781466828001
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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"One of the most extraordinary works of fantasy, for adults or children, published so far this century."—Time magazine, on the Fairyland series September has longed to return to Fairyland after her first adventure there. And when she finally does, she learns that its inhabitants have been losing their shadows—and their magic—to the world of Fairyland Below. This underworld has a new ruler: Halloween, the Hollow Queen, who is September's shadow. And Halloween does not want to give Fairyland's shadows back. Fans of Valente's bestselling, first Fairyland book will revel in the lush setting, characters, and language of September's journey, all brought to life by fine artist Ana Juan. Readers will also welcome back good friends Ell, the Wyverary, and the boy Saturday. But in Fairyland Below, even the best of friends aren't always what they seem. . . .

Star Formation Galaxies And The Interstellar Medium

Author : Jose Franco
ISBN : 0521444128
Genre : Science
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The enormously powerful phenomena of starbursts are examined in this book. These spectacular star-forming events are seen on large scales in some galaxies, often triggered by galactic interactions. An intriguing implication of starburst research is that active galactic nuclei (AGN) may not be powered by accreting black holes. Instead theories are presented where compact powerhouses of dust-enshrouded star formation lie at the core of AGN, with supernovae exploding roughly once per year within massive nuclear concentrations of gas. This book collects articles from a timely international conference in Elba, Italy, in 1992; these comprise a thorough review of the most important developments in galactic-scale star formation since the starburst revolution of the late 1980s. This text will introduce graduate students to this exciting area and keep experts apace with rapid developments in it.

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