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Voices Of Clay

Author : T. Borregaard
ISBN : 0838833411
Genre : Pueblo Indians
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Voices From The Clay

Author : Silvestro Fiore
ISBN : PSU:000001852561
Genre : Assyro-Babylonian literature
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Voices In Clay

Author : Bruce Bernstein
ISBN : 094078422X
Genre : Art
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Voices in Clay is a dialogue between working Pueblo potters and the pottery made by their ancestors between 1880 and 1940. Three traditional potters and three Pueblo pottery experts selected more than a hundred pots for inclusion in this book. The three Pueblo potters were Elvis Torrez of San Ildefonso Pueblo, Robert Tenorio of Santa Domingo Pueblo and Steve Lucas, a First Mesa Hopi-Tewa. The three curators - Bruce Bernstein, J.J. Brody and Tony Chavarria (from Santa Clara Pueblo and curator of ethnology at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe) - were present to guide the conversation and to interpret the significance of indigenous pottery for the non-Pueblo world. The result is a narrative of multiple voices. There are the potters' words describing the pottery in front of them, the process of pottery-making, the pottery-making world and the process the curators and potters went through in selecting works for the book. Historical introductions by Bernstein and Brody bring context to the selection of pots.

Clay Whistles

Author : Janet Moniot
ISBN : 0962489301
Genre : Modeling
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The Voice Of Clay 365 Quotes About Clay

Author : Wendy Walter
ISBN : 0578674912
Genre : Art
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Clay's influence in our lives is more than most realize. Used in medicine (mainstream and alternative), esthetics, by scientists, biologists, geologists, builders, and of course potters (among others), it weaves together a tapestry of disciplines that would not normally be perceived as connected. Described in these quotes as crystalline, electromagnetic, a living being, a mode of consciousness, source of light, healer, purifier, direct, sensual, dimensional, and more, this sacred material reveals to us how science, spirituality, religion, crafts, art of all kinds, philosophy and psychology are more effective in collaboration, and through the lens of similarities.The 365 quotes are broken down into 5 chapters, Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Ether in order to reveal the mastery with which this simple, humble substance cross-pollinates disciplines we think should be kept (and taught) separately.

Voices From The Net

Author : Clay Shirky
ISBN : PSU:000053648846
Genre : Social Science
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Hosting philosophers and rebels, historymakers and historians, the net has more friction and fewer rules than the Annual Meeting of Anarchists. Still, on the Internet stage, people from everywhere continue to rapidly develop a unique and fascinating culture of their own, complete with all the benefits, and problems, of a real-life society. In Voices from the Net, author Clay Shirky takes you on a tour of the communities of the net - a tour that shows you where and how they form, and how they have made the Internet the most dynamic, far-reaching online phenomenon to date. It is only in the cyberspace communities on the net that webs of words become more vital than their counterparts in the "real" world. Drawing from many arenas and many voices, the author weaves together the threads of individuality and community that gather the net into one fabric where groups of people create their own online universe. Although many of the voices in Voices from the Net aren't in tune, you'll find that they form a fascinating choir that is as full as the net itself.

Telemachus Clay

Author : Lewis John Carlino
ISBN : 0822211165
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: TELEMACHUS CLAY is a play about a journey. It seeks to encompass in this voyage the experiences of Telemachus Clay, bastard and dreamer--as he moves through a kaleidoscope of joys and grief, seeking to touch the shadow of some distant tri

The Voices Of The Gods

Author : Jenny Ann Clay
ISBN : OCLC:641724587
Genre : Gods in literature
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Voices From The Century Before

Author : Mary Clay Berry
ISBN : UVA:X004066849
Genre : History
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The story of the Clay and Field families of nineteenth-century Kentucky is drawn from a treasury of letters written between 1845 and 1870 and considers everyday life in the era and the challenges of the Civil War. Tour.

The Family Legacy Of Henry Clay

Author : Lindsey Apple
ISBN : 9780813140377
Genre : History
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Known as the Great Compromiser, Henry Clay earned his title by addressing sectional tensions over slavery and forestalling civil war in the United States. Today he is still regarded as one of the most important political figures in American history. As Speaker of the House of Representatives and secretary of state, Clay left an indelible mark on American politics at a time when the country's solidarity was threatened by inner turmoil, and scholars have thoroughly chronicled his political achievements. However, little attention has been paid to his extensive family legacy. In The Family Legacy of Henry Clay: In the Shadow of a Kentucky Patriarch, Lindsey Apple explores the personal history of this famed American and examines the impact of his legacy on future generations of Clays. Apple's study delves into the family's struggles with physical and emotional problems such as depression and alcoholism. The book also analyzes the role of financial stress as the family fought to reestablish its fortune in the years after the Civil War. Apple's extensively researched volume illuminates a little-discussed aspect of Clay's life and heritage, and highlights the achievements and contributions of one of Kentucky's most distinguished families.

Cassius M Clay

Author : Keven McQueen
ISBN : 1563116677
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The emancipationist Cassius M. Clay has long been one of Kentucky's most controversial and misunderstood figures. This new biography examines his important, though undervalued, place in history from the anti-slavery movement to his role in Lincoln's minister to Russia during the Civil War. Along the way the many fights, romantic entanglements, and political battes of Clay's life are explored. The author, a former guide at Clay's mansion, White Hall, unearthed long forgotten documents such as newspaper and magazine articles, interviews with Clay, and family letters. As a result this book contains much information found in no other Clay biography and many long-standing myths are debunked. In addition to the biography of Clay, the book contains a room-by-room tour of White Hall, several informative appendices, and a collection of ghost stories concerning Clay's mansion, making it both ideal for history buffs and the public at large.

Feet Of Clay

Author : Ruby Crain
ISBN : 9781499042665
Genre : Fiction
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Rejection seemed almost common place to the children of Silas Montgomery, a ruthless, greedy man only after the Jon Adams estate, belonging to their mother, Lydia Adams, whom he only married to obtain. Now Clay, the first born son, a replica of his father, in every evil thought and deed would soon learn he was not the first born and loose his coveted inheritance. Murder, if need be was not out of the question. After all it wouldnt be his first.

Access To History The American Civil War Causes Courses And Consequences 1803 1877 4th Ed

Author : Alan Farmer
ISBN : 9781444150872
Genre : Education
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The Access to History series is the most popular and trusted series for AS and A level history students. The new editions combine all the strengths of this well-loved series with a new design and features that allow all students access to the content and study skills needed to achieve exam success. This is the fourth edition of 'The American Civil War and its Origins 1848-65', which has been revised and extended to fully cover the 2008 AS and A level specifications for OCR and Edexcel. The book begins by focusing on the westward expansion in America and the problems this caused. It then goes on to look at the rise of the Republican Party and the 1860 presidential election. The causes of the Civil War are traced, as well as the major conflicts during the War, and the conclusion is extended to look both at the Union victory, and the reconstruction period that followed. Throughout the book key dates, terms and issues are highlighted, and historical interpretations of key debates are outlined. Summary diagrams are included to consolidate knowledge and understanding of the period, and exam-style questions and tips written by examiners for each examination board provide the opportunity to develop exam skills.

The Search For Voice

Author : Phillip L. Clay
ISBN : NWU:35556021586912
Genre : African Americans
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A Wicked War

Author : Amy S. Greenberg
ISBN : 9780307960917
Genre : History
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Often forgotten and overlooked, the U.S.-Mexican War featured false starts, atrocities, and daring back-channel negotiations as it divided the nation, paved the way for the Civil War a generation later, and launched the career of Abraham Lincoln. Amy S. Greenberg’s skilled storytelling and rigorous scholarship bring this American war for empire to life with memorable characters, plotlines, and legacies. When President James K. Polk compelled a divided Congress to support his war with Mexico, it was the first time that the young American nation would engage another republic in battle. Caught up in the conflict and the political furor surrounding it were Abraham Lincoln, then a new congressman; Polk, the dour president committed to territorial expansion at any cost; and Henry Clay, the aging statesman whose presidential hopes had been frustrated once again, but who still harbored influence and had one last great speech up his sleeve. Beyond these illustrious figures, A Wicked War follows several fascinating and long-neglected characters: Lincoln’s archrival John Hardin, whose death opened the door to Lincoln’s rise; Nicholas Trist, gentleman diplomat and secret negotiator, who broke with his president to negotiate a fair peace; and Polk’s wife, Sarah, whose shrewd politicking was crucial in the Oval Office. This definitive history of the 1846 conflict paints an intimate portrait of the major players and their world. It is a story of Indian fights, Manifest Destiny, secret military maneuvers, gunshot wounds, and political spin. Along the way it captures a young Lincoln mismatching his clothes, the lasting influence of the Founding Fathers, the birth of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and America’s first national antiwar movement. A key chapter in the creation of the United States, it is the story of a burgeoning nation and an unforgettable conflict that has shaped American history.

Crossing Clayborn

Author : Robert Willis
ISBN : 9781481703307
Genre : Fiction
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Forty-one-year-old Miami real estate broker Clay Redmond is living the good life. He thinks his plan to retire early is unfolding nicely until his longtime business partner screws him out of his interest in a choice piece of real estate. After he tries—and fails—to recoup his investment via a nasty court battle, Redmond begins to plot his revenge. Redmond’s plan includes not only eliminating his crooked business partner, but also seducing his beautiful and considerably younger wife, Vanessa. As he concocts an elaborate scheme that takes him to the heart of Fidel Castro’s Cuba, Santo Domingo, and the Andes Mountains of South America where he conspires with a powerful Spaniard drug lord, Redmond unintentionally falls in love with Vanessa, all while attempting to seek justice and recover his retirement nest egg. But as he presses on into perilous territory, Redmond soon discovers that he is not only the hunter, but also the hunted. In this gripping mystery, a middle-aged real estate broker embarks on a vengeful quest where he must risk everything in an attempt to ensure his former business partner and his cronies receive their comeuppance.

Voices Without Votes

Author : Ronald J. Zboray
ISBN : 9781584658689
Genre : History
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Revelatory scholarship about New England women engaging mainstream politics in the antebellum period

The Speeches Of Henry Clay

Author : Henry Clay
ISBN : UOM:39015068357196
Genre : United States
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Voices For The Future

Author : Thomas D. Clareson
ISBN : 0879722525
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Essays discuss the fiction of Jack Williamson, Olaf Stapledon, Clifford D. Simak, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, Theodore Sturgeon, and others

My Ancestral Voices

ISBN : 9781483614915
Genre : Family & Relationships
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During the Jim Crowe Era in Alabama, African- American children were told by their parents and teachers that they had to be “ten times better than their white counterparts, just to stay even”. Striving to be ten times better became the standard of behavior for Dr. Joice Christine Bailey Lewis who achieved success with ten times fewer resources and against ten times greater odds. What sustained her during the most diffi cult times was the evidence that her people had survived the hardships faced during two periods of slavery: the enslavement of Africans and the era of Sharecropping. Raised on a sharecropping farm and having no money to go to college, Dr. Lewis, nevertheless found a way to achieve a doctoral degree and experience success as an educator.

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