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Diseases of Canaries

by Robert Stroud

Originally published in 1933. The author was well known as "The Bird Man of Alcatraz." He wrote this book while serving a life sentence. A comprehensive work containing much information on: - Anatomy - Feeding...


Moonshine: A Cultural History of America's Infamous Liquor

by Jaime Joyce

Nothing but clear, 100-proof American history. Hooch. White lightning. White whiskey. Mountain dew. Moonshine goes by many names. So what is it, really? Technically speaking, "moonshine" refers to untaxed liquor...


Gang of Four's Entertainment!

by Kevin J.H. Dettmar

Following hard on the explosion of British punk, in 1979 Gang of Four produced post-punk's smartest record, Entertainment! For the first time, a band wedded punk's angry energy to funk's propulsive beats-and...


The Origins and Rise of Dissident Irish Republicanism: The Role and Impact of Organizational Splits

by John F. Morrison

Throughout its history the Irish Republican Movement has been beset by splits. The former paramilitary and author Brendan Behan famously quipped that, 'The first thing on the agenda was always the split.' In...


The Emperor Far Away: Travels at the Edge of China

by David Eimer

In 1949, Mao Zedong announced the birth of the People's Republic of China, a proclamation to the world that, after centuries of war and social conflict, China had emerged as one nation. Since then, this idea...


The Tree

by Chip Rice

Daniel Crawford has long admired the tree that stands alone on a hilltop, two farm fields away from his modest home in a sprawling neighborhood. But despite the tree's alluring qualities, Dan never attempts...


Bridging the Gap: The Opportunities and Challenges of International Priests Ministering in the United States

by Mary L. Gautier, Mark M. Gray & Paul M. Perl

Research that will help bishops, priests, Church leaders, and all laity, to understand and appreciate the ministry of international priests serving in the U.S.


Sister Bernadette's Barking Dog: The Quirky History and Lost Art of Diagramming Sentences

by Kitty Burns Florey

Once wildly popular in grammar schools across the country, sentence diagramming has fallen out of fashion. But are we that much worse for not knowing the word-mapping method?

Now, in this illustrated personal...


Beagling and Beagles

by J. Otho Paget

Originally published in 1931. This is a comprehensive work on the sport of beagling and the beagle in sport and kennel. The illustrated contents include chapters on: The Hound Brood Bitches Whelps and Young...


Bloody Autumn: The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864

by Daniel Davis & Philip Greenwalt

Sweep the Shenandoah Valley "clean and clear," Union General-in-Chief Ulysses S. Grant ordered in the late summer of 1864. His man for the job: Maj. Gen. "Little Phil" Sheridan, the bandy-legged Irishman who'd...


The Scars of Project 459: The Environmental Story of the Lake of the Ozarks

by Traci Angel

Advocating for the protection of a much-valued resource


Hellstrip Gardening: Create a Paradise between the Sidewalk and the Curb

by Evelyn Hadden & Joshua McCullough

The hellstrip-the space between a street and a public sidewalk, also known as a tree park, boulevard, meridian, and planting strip-is finally getting the attention it deserves! Gardeners everywhere are taking...


The Plant Lover's Guide to Dahlias

by Andy Vernon

Dahlias are the showgirls of the garden. Their colorful blooms, from purple, pink, and white to yellow, orange, and red, come in a huge variety of sizes and shapes. They are also a favorite cut flower, adding...


Pedal Portland: 25 Easy Rides for Exploring the City by Bike

by Todd Roll

Portland is bicycle nirvana. The city itself is beautiful, and the ever-expanding bike infrastructure makes for safe and pleasant riding. And it is a city full of bicyclists: 40 percent of residents bike recreationally...


Deep-Rooted Wisdom: Stories and Skills from Generations of Gardeners

by Augustus Jenkins Farmer

Augustus Jenkins Farmer (aka Jenks) started gardening in the third grade in a corner of the family farm filled with rocks, scrap metal, crinum, and spider lilies. He was free to dig, transplant, and design in...


Best Hikes with Kids: Connecticut, Massachusetts & Rhode Island

by Cynthia Copeland

* More than 80 hikes suitable for kids and parents, accessible from urban areas * Trails range in length from less than a mile to nearly 6 miles, with optional turn-around points * Handy sidebars with information...


Best Bike Rides Boston: Great Recreational Rides in the Metro Area

by Shawn Musgrave

Best Bike Rides Boston describes 40 of the greatest recreational rides in the Boston area. Road rides, rail trails, bike paths, and single-track mountain bike rides all get included. Most rides are in the 5...


The Bull Terrier in Sport And Show - History & Anecdote

by Tony Read

This fascinating book contains a collection of out of print articles from the pens of well known writers concerning the history, origins and anecdotes of the Bull Terrier. The book's one hundred and seventy...


Soviet Partisan 1941-45

by Nik Cornish & Andrei Karachtchouk

The partisan war in the Soviet Union from 1941 to 1944 has been the subject of considerable political manipulation in the decades following 1945. In great part this was due to the need to project the image of...


Axis Midget Submarines: 1939-45: 1939-45

by Mark Stille & Paul Wright

During World War II, Germany, Japan, and Italy built approximately 2,000 small, inherently stealthy, naval craft to perform special operations and conventional naval missions. Much more numerous and more technically...