Little Rosebud s Lovers Or a Cruel Revenge

Little Rosebud s Lovers  Or  a Cruel Revenge

A genial flush like the rising sun spread over the landlady's broad , smiling face at the pretty compliment this graceful stranger ... light creeping into his bold , black eyes * By George ! it is a pity she is 172 LITTLE ROSEBUD'S LOVERB .

Author: Laura Jean Libbey

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWDMHX

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The Rose bud

The Rose bud

I really wish to become good and amiable ; and often , by adopting a gentle and moderate way of speaking , I keep down the rising ire , which , if I should once allow it to escape , would lead me away . But I have not been equally ...

Author: Susan W. Jewett

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ISBN: IBNF:CF000639563

Category: Children's literature, American

Page: 128

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Categories: Children's literature, American

Rosebuds

Rosebuds

As Peter was about to take off, one of the men placing his hand over the rising window glass said 'ein Moment bitte.' He then took out something from his pocket that looked like a nutmeg grater with its little handle.

Author: David Dobereiner

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781543487237

Category: Fiction

Page: 124

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This book is about freedom; freedom from established institutions such as schools, jobs and marriage laws. A persons biography could deal only with his/her movement within this institutional framework. But this would exclude the part of life that falls between the cracks of the social structure. It is this other part of life that is covered by Rosebuds, as expressed in the extra-institutional life of its (un-heroic) hero, Peter Pham. Peter is not a bad person, but he is endowed with a strong natural attraction to certain women, especially to those in whom he detects a similar interest in himself.
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Cultivating the Rosebuds

Cultivating the Rosebuds

The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic . Norman : University of Oklahoma Press , 1986 . The Road to Disappearance : A History of the Creek Indians . Norman : University of Oklahoma Press , 1941 . Delamont , Sara , and Lorna Duffin ...

Author: Devon A. Mihesuah

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252066774

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

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Established by the Cherokee Nation in 1851 in present-day eastern Oklahoma, the nondenominational Cherokee Female Seminary was one of the most important schools in the history of American Indian education. Devon Mihesuah explores its curriculum, faculty, administration, and educational philosophy. Recipient of a 1995 Critics' Choice Award of the American Educational Studies Association. 24 photos.
Categories: Social Science

American Carnage

American Carnage

They set up camp and began raising earthworks atop the surrounding hills. A dispatch from rosebud predicted that “when the Indians on this and the Pine ridge Agency wake up . . . they will find themselves surrounded by the strongest ...

Author: Jerome A. Greene

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806145518

Category: HISTORY

Page: 620

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As the year 1890 wound to a close, a band of more than three hundred Lakota Sioux Indians led by Chief Big Foot made their way toward South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation to join other Lakotas seeking peace. Fearing that Big Foot’s band was headed instead to join “hostile” Lakotas, U.S. troops surrounded the group on Wounded Knee Creek. Tensions mounted, and on the morning of December 29, as the Lakotas prepared to give up their arms, disaster struck. Accounts vary on what triggered the violence as Indians and soldiers unleashed thunderous gunfire at each other, but the consequences were horrific: some 200 innocent Lakota men, women, and children were slaughtered. American Carnage—the first comprehensive account of Wounded Knee to appear in more than fifty years—explores the complex events preceding the tragedy, the killings, and their troubled legacy. In this gripping tale, Jerome A. Greene—renowned specialist on the Indian wars—explores why the bloody engagement happened and demonstrates how it became a brutal massacre. Drawing on a wealth of sources, including previously unknown testimonies, Greene examines the events from both Native and non-Native perspectives, explaining the significance of treaties, white settlement, political disputes, and the Ghost Dance as influential factors in what eventually took place. He addresses controversial questions: Was the action premeditated? Was the Seventh Cavalry motivated by revenge after its humiliating defeat at the Battle of the Little Bighorn? Should soldiers have received Medals of Honor? He also recounts the futile efforts of Lakota survivors and their descendants to gain recognition for their terrible losses. Epic in scope and poignant in its recounting of human suffering, American Carnage presents the reality—and denial—of our nation’s last frontier massacre. It will leave an indelible mark on our understanding of American history.
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The Human Face of the Alaska Gold Rush

The Human Face of the Alaska Gold Rush

When the desperate miners made it to the top of the rise, they found Rosebud Johnnie chowing down on, wild rosebuds he had dug up out of the snow.210 Rungger, Roadmaster211 Salt Water Jack212 San Juan Jack – represented the San Juan ...

Author: Steve Levi

Publisher: Publication Consultants

ISBN: 9781637470084

Category: History

Page: 270

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It is the land of the Alaska Gold Rush, where nuggets were said to be the size of goose eggs, where men froze to death in search of the elusive yellow metal, and dancehall girls lured overnight millionaire sourdoughs into marriage. Honky-tonk pianos punctuated the howl of the north wind in towns that were half-tent and half-ramshackle collections of driftwood, whalebone, and packing cases. It was a time of whiskey and gold and long, lonely trails behind a dogsled. It was, in a word, ALASKA. In cities, rugged men and women walked on planks set across streets so deep with spring mud horses could be swallowed. On the tundra, life was a living hell with mosquitoes, gnats, white socks, and biting flies descending in clouds on warm-blooded creatures. On the flip side of the season, temperature could drop to 50 or 60 degrees below zero, cold enough to freeze a can of oil so solid it could be cut in half with a saw. With wind blasting at 100 miles an hour, the chill factor could go down to 100 degrees below zero, cold enough to freeze a person to death in a matter of minutes if he could not find proper shelter. In whiteout conditions, visibility could diminish to a foot in a matter of minutes. It was, in a word, ALASKA.
Categories: History

Bulletin

Bulletin

... from the same deep sources as the solutions that deposited the primary ores , are now rising along the Almont vein . ... The Rosebud mine , operated by the Rosebud Gold & Silver Mines Co. , of Denver , is on Gas Creek about 3 miles ...

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ISBN: UCBK:C034094880

Category: Geology

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Indian Health Issues Grand Forks N Dak

Indian Health Issues Grand Forks  N  Dak

3 ) The Rosebud Service Unit's Contract Care budget has not been increased for three years , despite rapidly rising private sector care costs and increasing population . 4 ) The lack of surgery at Rosebud since 1978 has certainly played ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Indian Affairs

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105045385064

Category: Government publications

Page: 399

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Soil Survey

Soil Survey

This soil has weathered from the same materials which gave rise to typical Rosebud loam . However , as it occupies long gradual slopes its surface layers have been thickened and darkened by the addition of colluvial materials from the ...

Author: United States. Soil Conservation Service

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ISBN: CHI:72854954

Category: Soil surveys

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