2 edition of These are the Prairies found in the catalog.
These are the Prairies
Marie Albina Hamilton
Reminiscences of Marie Albina Hamilton, written with the collaboration of her husband Z.M. Hamilton.
|Statement||by Zachary MacCaulay Hamilton [and] Marie Albina Hamilton.|
|Contributions||Hamilton, Zachary Macaulay, d. 1950|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||277 p. illus., ports., fold. maps.|
|Number of Pages||277|
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These prairies, like so much natural habitat, is lost. Efforts to appreciate the natural history of the region and efforts to recreate natural areas by restoration activities are central in this story.
This little book provides a final clarion call for the Cajun Prairies, a. Books shelved as prairie: Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder, O Pioneers. by Willa Cather, Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls W.
This book paints an engaging picture of life in rural New Mexico in the s, and touches on the history, lore, and challenges facing these mountain communities. Author deBuys and photographer Harris tell the story of local These are the Prairies book Jocabo Romero, a kind, capable, and a fascinating man whose family was deeply tied to the mountain landscape.
Located between Grand Island and Kearney, Nebraska, The Nature Conservancy's Platte River Prairies are a chain of grasslands and wetlands that are managed for biological diversity with a combination of prescribed fire and grazing.
These prairies are also working laboratories for the development of innovative techniques for grassland management that restore and/or maintain. This work is suitable for ages Children will enjoy exploring the vast prairies of North America in this book. This informative book describes life in these grassy, treeless areas that are often subject to both periods of drought and great rain.
Young readers will learn about: the different types of prairie habitats; how animals get the nutrients they need; and, the fascinating. Terese Svoboda’s short story collection Great American Desert is published today.
She shares five books about the Prairies with Jane Ciabattari. But first she defines the West. “I’m from Nebraska, the state that’s smack in the middle, but I grew up on its western side, where the West begins, according to Front Street, the saloon in town that defines us.
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“The names Dodge City and Wichita conjure visions of cowboys on horseback moving herds of cattle long distances, but as we found ourselves in the Blue Stem flint hills and tallgrass prairies we stopped the car and got out to rest.
Prairies are enormous stretches of flat grassland with moderate temperatures, moderate rainfall, and few trees. When people talk about the prairie, they are usually referring to the golden, wheat-covered land in the middle of North Great Plains, in the United States and Canada, has some of the world's most valuable prairies, which grow some of the world’s most important.
Becoming a global phenomena not just during its initial run, but over the intervening years as well, the legacy of the Little House series lives on.
Seeing many adaptations and, not just the American television version, but also seeing a Japanese anime version too with ‘Laura, the Prairie Girl’ init went on to become a worldwide hit. Internet Archive BookReader Les prairies d'or Copy and paste one of these options to share this book elsewhere.
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Little House in the Big Woods, the first book was published in when Wilder was 65 years most well known book, Little House on the Prairie was published. Although they roamed the swamps eating giant cane, the sand prairies were probably a regular haunt.
Elk were common on these prairies and doubtless fed many settlers and explorers. Thomas Beckwith, in his book on the settlement and settlers of Mississippi County, opined that both of these creatures were gone from Mississippi County by The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Pirates of the Prairies, by Gustave Aimard This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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We have just finished a new book. This one is on mites–mites have long been the focus of my interest. I wrote both a thesis and a dissertation and now 6 books about them. These mites do not have an immediate link to prairies, but they are linked. During the last years these original natural communities have nearly been eliminated by conversion of over 95 percent of the land to agricultural and urban uses.
This timely, practical book combines a nontechnical natural history of each native community with a how-to manual for lay restorationists dedicated to reconstructing prairies.
Written as a scrupulously accurate guidebook to the prairies and as an authoritative account of the early Santa Fe trade, Commerce of the Prairies has been a favorite of historians, ethnologists, naturalists, and collectors of Western Americana for generations.
But Gregg’s masterpiece is not for specialists alone: its vivid descriptions of desert mirages, wagon caravans, Indian alarms. " The Prairie Garden is a digest sized, soft-covered book published annually by a volunteer committee since and is dedicated to the advancement of horticulture in the northern prairies." The Prairie Garden: Inspired By Nature.
Now Available to Order. Click the above image for a high resolution copy. ~ Take a look inside. The titles on this list are not necessarily books like Little House on the Prairie, although many of them have similar settings and pioneer themes.
I curated this book list with the same goal I had in mind for my lists of books for kids who like Harry Potter, and books for kids who like Percy Jackson. Weeds of the Prairies. This page book is a comprehensive field guide to the common weeds across the Canadian Prairie provinces.
Charts on life cycle and habitat provide valuable information while the maps help you see how widespread these weeds are.
An opening section on weed identification gives tips on what to look for. Explorers called these areas “prairies," borrowing a word from the French that meant “meadow." Ecologists classify prairies as temperate grasslands, because they are characterized by plants and grasses rather than trees.
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ands are defined as areas dominated by grasses, with tree or shrub canopies covering less than 25 percent of the area. In Texas before European settlement they occupied about two-thirds of the landscape and ranged from desert and semidesert grasslands of the mountains and foothills of the Trans-Pecos to midgrass prairies of the Rolling Plains and.
Prairies usually form on level or smoothly rolling landscapes. These areas have a dry or cold season that kills the plants. Most North American prairies are in locations with a low amount of annual rainfall. The prairies in Illinois receive enough rainfall to support trees, but frequent fires eliminate tree species before they can become.
“Chris Helzer’s book is the first I’ve seen that plainly defines the contents of prairies and then tells you how to care for them. Smart, well researched, practical, and to the point, this book is one-stop shopping for anyone who cares about grasslands, now or in the future.”—Joel Sartore, contributing photographer, National Geographic Magazine, and author, Rare: America’s.
"Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, and the Cariou family are fortunate indeed to have produced so gifted a young writer as Warren Cariou. In Lake of the Prairies, his seach into the delights and difficulties of belonging, Cariou has written a timeless and universal tale, full of charm, humour, intelligence and, above all, love for the people and place of his childhood.3/5(1).
Commerce of the Prairies "Not even an attempt has before been made to present any full account of the origin of the Santa Fe Trade and modes of conducting it; nor of the early history and present condition of the people of New Mexico; nor of the Indian tribes by which the wild and unreclaimed regions of that department are inhabited."Author: Josiah Gregg.
Barnstorming the Prairies offers a panoramic vista of the transformative nature and power of the aerial vision that remade the Midwest in the wake of the airplane. Jason Weems explores how the cognitive and perceptual practices of aerial vision helped to resymbolize the Midwestern landscape amid the technological change and social uncertainty of the early twentieth century.
This book depicts the lives of women who taught school in the late 19th and early 20th centuries on the prairies and plains of Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska.
The book is based on the narratives, letters, and diaries of 96 schoolwomen and on interviews with living pioneers, memoirs, school reports, photographs, and other documents.
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He becomes involved in a conflict between a family of lawless settlers, a pair of Indian tribes (who are at war with. This Study Guide consists of approximately 24 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Little House on the Prairie.
Because Pa feels that the Big Woods in Wisconsin are becoming too crowded, he moves his family west.The prairies and plains are bursting with stories, a region whose flat openness belies a colorful history that's now captured in this cornucopia of colorful tales.
David Dary is a master storyteller and award-winning historian who was born in the region and still calls it home.KFAI: The Natural World of the Twin Cities. John J. Moriarty has written a Field Guide to the Natural World of the Twin Cities, published this year by University of Minnesota Press, and he recently joined Paul Brohaugh of KFAI's Poetry, Science and Wrestling to talk about the book.