The Forgotten Coast
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A crucial, forgotten chapter of American history-brilliantly retold for a new generation Everywhere hailed as a masterpiece of historical adventure, this enthralling narrative recounts the experiences of twelve American sailors who were shipwrecked off the coast of Africa in 1815, captured by desert nomads, sold into slavery, and subjected to a hellish two-month journey through the bone-dry heart of the Sahara.
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David Sanchez - Cultural Survival (CD NEW)Label: Concord RecordsFormat: CDRelease Date: 20 May 2008No. of Discs: 1UPC: 888072305625Album Tracks1. Coast To Coast2. Manto Azul3. Adoracion4. Monk's Mood5. Ay Bendito6. Cultural Survival7. The Forgotten Ones8. La Leyenda del Canaveral
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Varla Ventura, Coast to Coast favorite, Weird News blogger on Huffington Post, and author of The Book of the Bizarre and Beyond Bizarre, introduces Weiser Books' new Collection of forgotten occult classics. Paranormal Parlor is an eerie assemblage of affo
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Welcome to the "Redneck Riviera" Or, as many people call it, the "Forgotten Coast." Once you visit this quiet area of the Florida Panhandle, however, you'll never forget it, I promise you. This part of Florida has nothing in common with South Beach and M
Florida's Big Bend region is sometimes known as the Forgotten Coast," but the tales of its haunts are anything but forgotten. This small cluster of towns and cities has produced a body of ghost lore that rivals any stories produced in the state's better-k
27th April 1944. Exercise Tiger. German E-boats intercept rehearsals for the D-Day landings One dark night in 1944 a beautiful stretch of the Devon coast became the scene of murderous horror. The villages around the area had recently been cleared of civilians and had become the focus of intense military activity.
Extraordinary True Crimes Resurrected from the Grave "Famous Crimes the World Forgot" uncovers ten amazing true crimes that exploded into the national news, shocking Americans from coast to coast-crimes that were eventually forgotten-until now. Many of th
From the union of the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers at the Georgia-Florida state line, the mighty Apalachicola River flows unimpeded for about 100 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. At the river's mouth lies Apalachicola Bay and Florida's "Forgotten Coast,"
From the internationally bestselling author of "The House at Riverton," an unforgettable new novel that transports the reader from the back alleys of poverty of pre-World War I London to the shores of colonial Australia where so many made a fresh start, and back to the windswept coast of Cornwall, England, past and present A tiny girl is abandoned on a ship headed for Australia in 1913.
With Christmas just around the corner, Thomas Pitt's sister-in-law, Emily Radley, is suddenly called from London to be with her dying aunt. Leaving her husband and two children behind, she makes the long journey to her aunt's home in Connemara, an all-but-forgotten town on the coast of Western Ireland. Emily soon discovers that a tragic legacy is haunting the once close-knit community.
In Paradise, nothing is what it seems. THE FORGOTTEN Army Special Agent John Puller is the best there is. A combat veteran, Puller is the man the U.S. Army relies on to investigate the toughest crimes facing the nation. Now he has a new case-but this time, the crime is personal: His aunt has been found dead in Paradise, Florida. A picture-perfect town on Florida's Gulf Coast, Paradise thrives on the wealthy tourists and retirees drawn to its gorgeous weather and beaches.
Burnt out after twenty years in NYPD narcotics, Jake Dial returns to his sleepy Florida hometown to hang out his shingle as a private eye. Planning for the worst case in every case, Jake lets paranoia run his life: he lives in a bomb shelter, drives an ar
A half-forgotten cold case will likely mark the end of Detective Archie Stevens' career. Instead, a brutal murder leads him deep into the rotten heart of a west coast community. Driven by his own ghosts, Archie must reconnect with a troubled past if he hopes to destroy the lingering evil that threatens to destroy him and the woman he loves.
In December, 1898, a barquentine was wrecked on the Cornish coast near Falmouth. This is "the forgotten story" of some of the people who came unexpectedly to be passengers in the ship on her last voyage, of their loves and hates, and how a young boy is dr
Fire on the Beach recovers the heroic, long-forgotten story of the only all-black crew in the history of the U.S. Coast Guard. In 1871 the Life-Saving Service, the precursor to the Coast Guard, was created by Congress to assure the safe passage of America
A volume of the West Coast's favorite book of history, lore, and backwoods culture, featuring the villages and ghost towns of the coast. There are stories of pioneering at Stillwater, George Draney's fishing and logging at Bella Coola, whaling in the Quee
In the late 1950s to 1970s, an Afro-Peruvian revival brought the forgotten music and dances of Peru's African musical heritage to Lima's theatrical stages. The revival conjured newly imagined links to the past in order to celebrate-and to some extent recreate-Black culture in Peru. In this groundbreaking study of the Afro-Peruvian revival and its aftermath, Heidi Carolyn Feldman reveals how Afro-Peruvian artists remapped blackness from the perspective of the "Black Pacific," a marginalized group of African diasporic communities along Latin America's Pacific coast.
Lake Erie Shore
Very Good Signed by author on title page, as well as with the following inscription: "Chris-Some tales from my crazy old hometown. Enjoy! Brendan" A small amount of the ink from the inscription has transferred to the inside of the front cover. Pages clean, binding tight, cover shows some shelf wear, and page 19 has a dogear on the upper right corner.
"Informative and poetic."-"Financial Times"Britain and Ireland are full of wonderful wild places: storm- battered headlands, hidden waterfalls, tumbledown cottages, haunted ruins, forgotten woods, rusting sea-forts. Travel writer and avid walker Christopher Somerville has spent the last twenty-five years traversing the wilderness of Britain and Ireland, traveling through fields and green lanes, forests, mountains, and lonely coasts.
A dramatic work of historical detection illuminating one of the most significant-and long-forgotten-Supreme Court cases in American history. In 1820, the slave ship Antelope was captured off the Florida coast. Though the slave trade was prohibited, slavery was still legal in half of the United States, and it was left to the Supreme Court to determine whether nearly 300 Africans on board were considered slaves and if so, to whom they belonged.
High Crag on Cornwall's desolate storm-lashed coast is a mysterious place with dark secrets. On these bleak shores, the rebel offspring of the angelic race landed many millennia ago. Their memory was never forgotten and across the centuries, seers, mystic
ENTER THE GREAT BEAR RAINFORESTThe southern half of Canada's west coast is justly famous for its fabulous scenery and pitched battles to save remnants of its magnificent coniferous forest-but what about the northern half? Between Vancouver island and Alas
At the height of the American Revolution in 1779, Massachusetts launched the Penobscot Expedition, a massive military and naval undertaking designed to force the British from the strategically important coast of Maine. What should have been an easy victor
Fine Wizards of the Coast 1996 1st Printing Pages lightly tanned. Forgotten Realms Series.
The Forgotten Labrador recounts the history of a remarkable area of Canada - the Quebec part of the Labrador coast that extends eastward from Kegashka to Blanc Sablon. Cleophas Belvin describes the arrival of the Aboriginals and the activities of the Breton and Basque fishermen and French- and English-speaking merchants from Quebec City who controlled the region for more than one hundred and fifty years.
The definitive visual narrative of a forgotten time and place in American indie music history: the Los Angeles post-punk scene of the 1990s. Jabberjaw was for Los Angeles what CBGB was for New York-the cornerstone of a movement, the emblem of an era, and the stage on which influential bands would cut their teeth. Bridging the gap between post-punk of the 1980s and the indie and grunge movements of the 1990s, and doing for the West Coast what the hardcore movement had done in D.