Red River

Red River

When Yuri, a modern-day teenager, travels back in time to the ancient Hittite Empire, Prince Kail, a young sorcerer, has the power to send her back during the season of the North Star, but the evil Queen Nakia's plans keep getting in the ...

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ISBN: 1421522535

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When Yuri, a modern-day teenager, travels back in time to the ancient Hittite Empire, Prince Kail, a young sorcerer, has the power to send her back during the season of the North Star, but the evil Queen Nakia's plans keep getting in the way.
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Business and Industry

Business and Industry

13. Fort Garry post journal, 1 August and 23 October 1825, H.B.C., B235/a/7, fos. 6, 11; Donald McKenzie to Colvile, 5 February 1826, S.P., Vol. 27, p. 8,402: Alexander Ross, The Red River Settlement (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1856; ...

Author: Gregory P. Marchildon

Publisher: University of Regina Press

ISBN: 9780889772380

Category: History

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This fourth volume of the History of the Prairie West Series contains fifteen articles examining the rich history of business and early industry in Canada's Prairie Provinces prior to the Great Depression. Without denying the central importance of agriculture in the development and growth of the early Prairie West, the essays in Business and Inudstry explore the lesser known history of some of the earliest businesses in the region. As we enter the second decade of the twenty-first century, a time when the three Prairie Provinces comprise the fastest-growing, and perhaps the most dynamic, economic regions in Canada, it may be worthwhile to cast our gaze back to an earlier and simpler era. In these essays, we can glimpse the origins of the entrepreneurial spirit and business ehtos that have come to define the business culture of the Prairie West.
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The Camden Expedition of 1864 and the Opportunity Lost by the Confederacy to Change the Civil War

The Camden Expedition of 1864 and the Opportunity Lost by the Confederacy to Change the Civil War

34 , 683 , 807 ; Johnson , Red River Campaign , 40 . 5. Ibid . , 384 . 6. Shelby Foote , The Civil War : A Narrative , Vol . 3 , 29 . 7. David D. Porter , Naval History of the Civil War , 520 ; ORN , Vol . 27 , Part 1 , 64.

Author: Michael J. Forsyth

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786415541

Category: History

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The Confederacy had a great opportunity to turn the Civil War in its favor in 1864, but squandered this chance when it failed to finish off a Union army cornered in Louisiana because of concerns about another Union army coming south from Arkansas. The Confederates were so confused that they could not agree on a course of action to contend with both threats, thus the Union offensive advancing from Arkansas saved the one in Louisiana and became known to history as the Camden Expedition. The Camden Expedition is intriguing because of the might-have-beens had the key players made different decisions. The author contends that if Frederick Steele, commander of the Federal VII Army Corps, had not received a direct order from General Ulysses S. Grant to move south, disaster would have befallen not only the Army of the Gulf in Louisiana but the entire Union cause, and possibly would have prevented Abraham Lincoln from winning reelection.
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The Plant Disease Reporter

The Plant Disease Reporter

AY 1 V 1 The stand in the Red River Valley yas excollent , a trace of 374 Vol . 27 , No : 17 -- THE PLANT DISEASE REPCRTER -- Sept . 15 , 1943 top is not entirely clear , for the aster yellows virus , Rhizoctonia , and Fusarium ...

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The Red River in Southwestern History

The Red River in Southwestern History

Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association vol. 2, no. ... Norman, Philip N. “The Red River of the South. ... “St. Denis's Second Expedition to the Río Grande, 1716– 1719.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly vol. 27, no.

Author: Carl Newton Tyson

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806153827

Category: History

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In The Red River in Southwestern History, Carl Newton Tyson traces the river’s history from the time of early Spanish and French explorers to the present day, leading his readers to a new appreciation of the river and the region. From the Staked Plains of the Texas Panhandle the river flows down to buffalo and prairie dog country and through the Cross Timbers. It continues eastward to the Great Bend and through the cypresses of Louisiana’s bayou country, joining the Mississippi River south of Natchez. Whereas the Red River was a source of water to the Spaniards as they searched for gold, at Natchitoches, French trader Louis Juchereau de St. Denis traded with the Caddo Indians. Conflicts soon developed between French traders and Spaniards in Texas as they competed for land along the Red. Years later, the Red River featured again as part of the settlement in the 1819 Adams-Onís Treaty, negotiated by Spanish minister Luis de Onís y Gonzales and U.S. secretary of state John Quincy Adams, which finally brought to an end the western boundary disputes between Spain and the United States lingering since the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. In 1852 Randolph Marcy discovered the source of the Red River—a mountain rivulet cutting a deep canyon through the Staked Plains. Marcy’s testimony in the Greer County border dispute between Oklahoma and Texas was key to the U.S. Supreme Court decision favoring Oklahoma. In the decades between 1930 and 1970, dams were built along the Red by the U.S. Corps of Engineers to control floods, generate electricity, and create lakes for recreation along the Oklahoma-Texas border.
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Catalogue and Index of Contributions to North American Geology 1732 1891

Catalogue and Index of Contributions to North American Geology  1732 1891

Sci . , 2d series , vol . 27 , pp . 219-227 ( with additions ) , 1859 . [ Letter on fossils from Red River country . ] Report of the exploration of the country between Lake Superior and the Red River Colony , and between the latter ...

Author: Nelson Horatio Darton

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ISBN: UOM:39015095106855

Category: Geology

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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States Congressional Serial Set

Acres . Treaty of Feb. 27 , 1867 , vol . 15 , p . 531 ; act of May 23. 1872 , vol . 17 , p . 159. ( 222,716 acres are Creek ... 1975 . a 1,511,576 | Unoccupied Chickasaw and Choctaw leased lands west of the North Fork of the Red River .

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Information Circular

Information Circular

Donald C. Barton . . MAGNETOMETER STUDY OF STATE OF TEXAS , METHOD OF GEOPHYSICAL EXPLORATION BEING USED EXTENSIVELY IN WEST USXAS , PANHANDLE , AND RED RIVER UPLIFT By L. Spraragen The Oil Weekly , vol . 27 , No. 31 , Dec.

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The American Shorthorn Herd Book

The American Shorthorn Herd Book

VIOLA - Red , calved April 27 , 1884 , bred by W. T. Pogue & Sons , Mayslick , Ky . , got by 5th Airdrie of Sharon 64603 , out of Sally Page 3d ( vol . 10 , p . 633. S. H. R. by 3d Thorndale Duke 28011 --- Sally Page ( vol . 28 , p .

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Serial set no 3100 3500

Serial set  no 3100 3500

An act to amend an act approved March second , Vol . 27 , p . 416. eighteen hundred and ninety - one , authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Red River , Louisiana , by the Rapides Bridge Company , limited . tended .

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