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Sunset


Sunset
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Author :
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2008

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The Editors Of Sunset Books And Sunset Magazine


The Editors Of Sunset Books And Sunset Magazine
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Author : Sunset Cook Book of Breads
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1966

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Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series


Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series
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Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
language : en
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress
Release Date : 1967

Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series written by Library of Congress. Copyright Office and has been published by Copyright Office, Library of Congress this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1967 with Copyright categories.


Includes Part 1, Number 1: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - June)

Regional Interest Magazines Of The United States


Regional Interest Magazines Of The United States
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Author : Sam Riley
language : en
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Release Date : 1991

Regional Interest Magazines Of The United States written by Sam Riley and has been published by Greenwood Publishing Group this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1991 with Language Arts & Disciplines categories.


This book provides detailed information on regional interest magazines, especially those with a general audience which focus themselves on a particular city or region. Magazines were included regardless of their success and size. In addition to the comprehensive profiles, the writers have included a large body of interesting and little known facts about the magazines. Each entry includes two sections that provide data on information sources and publication history. Two appendices that list the profiled titles by date founded and geographic location complete this study.

Empire On Display


Empire On Display
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Author : Sarah J. Moore
language : en
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Release Date : 2013-05-31

Empire On Display written by Sarah J. Moore and has been published by University of Oklahoma Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2013-05-31 with History categories.


The world’s fair of 1915 celebrated both the completion of the Panama Canal and the rebuilding of San Francisco following the devastating 1906 earthquake and fire. The exposition spotlighted the canal and the city as gateways to the Pacific, where the American empire could now expand after its victory in the Spanish-American War. Empire on Display is the first book to examine the Panama-Pacific International Exposition through the lenses of art history and cultural studies, focusing on the event’s expansionist and masculinist symbolism. The exposition displayed evidence—visual, spatial, geographic, cartographic, and ideological—of America’s imperial ambitions and accomplishments. Representations of the Panama Canal play a central role in Moore’s argument, much as they did at the fair itself. Embodying a manly empire of global dimensions, the canal was depicted in statues and a gigantic working replica, as well as on commemorative stamps, maps, murals, postcards, medals, and advertisements. Just as San Francisco’s rebuilding symbolized America’s will to overcome the forces of nature, the Panama Canal represented the triumph of U.S. technology and sheer determination to realize the centuries-old dream of opening a passage between the seas. Extensively illustrated, Moore’s book vividly recalls many other features of the fair, including a seventy-five-foot-tall Uncle Sam. American railroads, in their heyday in 1915, contributed a five-acre scale model of Yellowstone, complete with miniature geysers that erupted at regular intervals. A mini–Grand Canyon featured a village where some twenty Pueblo Indians lived throughout the fair. Moore interprets these visual and cultural artifacts as layered narratives of progress, civilization, social Darwinism, and manliness. Much as the globe had ostensibly shrunk with the completion of the Panama Canal, the Panama-Pacific International Exposition compressed the world and represented it in miniature to celebrate a reinvigorated, imperial, masculine, and technologically advanced nation. As San Francisco bids to host another world’s fair, in 2020, Moore’s rich analytic approach gives readers much to ponder about symbolism, American identity, and contemporary parallels to the past.

The Dream Endures


The Dream Endures
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Author : Kevin Starr
language : en
Publisher: Americans and the California Dream
Release Date : 2002

The Dream Endures written by Kevin Starr and has been published by Americans and the California Dream this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2002 with History categories.


The fifth volume in Starr's classic history of California, The Dream Endures shows how Californians rebounded from the Great Depression to emerge in the 1930s into what is now known as "the good life." Starr illustrates the ways the good life prospered in California--in film, fiction, leisure, and architecture. Starr looks at the newly important places where Californians lived out this sunny lifestyle: areas like Los Angeles (where Hollywood lived), Palm Springs (where Hollywood vacationed), San Diego (where the Navy went), the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena (where Einstein changed his view of the universe), and college towns like Berkeley. "In this, more than any other of Starr's monumental California histories, we see the stirrings of uniqueness in the social and cultural evolution of California. Starr's theme is relevant to all of America and the national destiny."--Neil Morgan, San Diego Union-Tribune "Enormously sensitive and moving. Social and cultural history doesn't get any better."--San Francisco Chronicle "In his monumental continuing study of California, Kevin Starr belongs in the company of the best."--Herbert Gold, Los Angeles Times Book Review

Seattle And The Roots Of Urban Sustainability


Seattle And The Roots Of Urban Sustainability
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Author : Jeffrey Craig Sanders
language : en
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre
Release Date : 2010-08-01

Seattle And The Roots Of Urban Sustainability written by Jeffrey Craig Sanders and has been published by University of Pittsburgh Pre this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010-08-01 with History categories.


Seattle, often called the “Emerald City,” did not achieve its green, clean, and sustainable environment easily. This thriving ecotopia is the byproduct of continuing efforts by residents, businesses, and civic leaders alike. In Seattle and the Roots of Urban Sustainability, Jeffrey Craig Sanders examines the rise of environmental activism in Seattle amidst the “urban crisis” of the 1960s and its aftermath. Like much activism during this period, the environmental movement began at the grassroots level—in local neighborhoods over local issues. Sanders links the rise of local environmentalism to larger movements for economic, racial, and gender equality and to a counterculture that changed the social and political landscape. He examines emblematic battles that erupted over the planned demolition of Pike Place Market, a local landmark, and environmental organizing in the Central District during the War on Poverty. Sanders also relates the story of Fort Lawton, a decommissioned army base, where Audubon Society members and Native American activists feuded over future land use. The rise and popularity of environmental consciousness among Seattle’s residents came to influence everything from industry to politics, planning, and global environmental movements. Yet, as Sanders reveals, it was in the small, local struggles that urban environmental activism began.