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Savage Enthusiasm


Author : Paul Brown
language : en
Publisher: Goal Post
Release Date : 2017-09-07

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How did we become football fans? Savage Enthusiasm traces the evolution of the football fan from the sport's earliest origins right up to the present day, exploring how football became the world's most popular spectator sport, and why it became the undisputed game of the people.

Savage Africa


Author : William Winwood Reade
language : en
Publisher: Johnson Reprint Corporation
Release Date : 1864

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The Gentle Savage


Author : Edward King
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1883

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The History Of The State Of Ohio


Author : John Stevens Cabot Abbott
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1875

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The Bureau Of Reclamation


Author : Andrew H. Gahan
language : en
Publisher: Reclamation Bureau
Release Date : 2013-06-14

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The second volume of the history of the Bureau of Reclamation offers a discussion and examination of the eventful years in the latter part of the twentieth century. Volume two covers from the end of World War II through year 2000 and is the last volume in this project.

Melancholy Duty


Author : S.P. Foster
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-03-09

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This book studies the complementary features of the thought of David Hume and Edward Gibbon in the complete range of its confrontation with eighteenth-century Christianity. The ten chapters explore the iconoclasm of these two philosophical historians - Hume as the premier philosopher, Gibbon as the consummate historian - as they labored to `naturalize' the study of Christianity, particularly with attention to its social and political dimensions. No other work deals as comprehensively or thoroughly with the attempt of philosophical history's challenge to Christianity. Belief in miracles and the afterlife, the dimensions of fanaticism and superstition, and the nature of religious persecution were the themes that occupied Hume and Gibbon in the making of their critique of Christianity. This book makes a valuable contribution to scholarship in a number of fields including the history of ideas, religious studies, and philosophy. It will be of interest to philosophers of religion, historians of ideas, eighteenth-century intellectual historians, scholars of the Scottish Enlightenment, and Hume and Gibbon scholars.

Prairie


Author : Candace Savage
language : en
Publisher: Greystone Books Ltd
Release Date : 2011

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Told in the author's distinctively enchanting style, this bestselling guide to one of the largest ecosystems in North America is now updated. Authoritative, detailed, and scientifically up-to-date, Prairie: A Natural History provides a comprehensive, non-technical guide to the biology and ecology of the prairies, the Great Plains grasslands of North America. This edition has been updated to include a new preface, new information about declining bird species, enhanced protection of bison, the effect of industrialization on the prairies, and the effect of the increase in coyote numbers on red foxes and swift foxes. Extending from Alberta south to the Mississippi River, the prairies are among the largest ecosystems in North America. Until recently, they were also one of the richest and most magnificent natural grasslands in the world. Today they are among the most altered environments on Earth. Illustrated with spectacular full-colour photographs and elegant black-and-white line drawings, this authoritative reference and easy-to-read guide is a must for anyone who wants to know more about the dazzling natural variety of the prairies. Published in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation.