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INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS<br />

<strong>Hoosier</strong> <strong>Book</strong> <strong>Club</strong><br />

Fall <strong>2012</strong>


<strong>Hoosier</strong> <strong>Book</strong> <strong>Club</strong><br />

INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS<br />

Fall <strong>2012</strong><br />

Photography 3<br />

Cookbooks 6<br />

Home & Garden 7<br />

Nature & Environment 8<br />

Midwest History 11<br />

Military History 15<br />

American History 17<br />

Politics 19<br />

The Arts 20<br />

Music 21<br />

Biography & Memoir 23<br />

Fiction & Poetry 26<br />

Judaica 28<br />

Railroads 29<br />

$5.00 <strong>Book</strong>s 31<br />

WTIU 32<br />

Purdue <strong>University</strong> <strong>Press</strong> 38


Photography<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Covered Bridges<br />

Marsha Williamson Mohr<br />

Foreword by Rachel Berenson Perry<br />

<strong>Book</strong> trailer<br />

128 pp., 125 color photos, 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00800-8 $30.00 Sale Price $20.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00801-5 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

The covered bridge evokes feelings of nostalgia,<br />

romance, and even mystery. Majestic photographs<br />

capture the timeless and simple beauty of these<br />

well-traveled structures, appealing to everyone who<br />

treasures <strong>Indiana</strong>’s rich architectural heritage.<br />

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IndIana<br />

Covered Bridges<br />

• Marsha Williamson Mohr<br />

•<br />

NEW!<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Barns<br />

Marsha Williamson Mohr<br />

Introduction by Duncan Campbell<br />

152 pp., 155 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35568-3 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00169-6 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

Showcasing 138 barns of all shapes and sizes, during<br />

all four seasons, and in various states of repair and<br />

decay, this lively collection of a once dominant feature<br />

of the <strong>Hoosier</strong> landscape is sure to delight.<br />

New Harmony Then and Now<br />

Donald E. Pitzer<br />

Photographs by Darryl D. Jones<br />

224 pp., 48 halftones, 120 color illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35645-1 $39.95 Sale Price $27.00<br />

This photographic and historic celebration of New<br />

Harmony, <strong>Indiana</strong>, explores the exciting history of two<br />

great American Utopian communities: the Harmonists<br />

and the Owenites. Intellectuals and artisans alike are<br />

drawn to this setting of science and spirit.<br />

New Harmony Then & Now<br />

Text Donald E.Pitzer Photographs Darryl D. Jones Foreword Jane Blaffer Owen & Connie Weinzapfel<br />

This Is INDIANA<br />

Tom Crean, the Team, and the<br />

Exciting Comeback of <strong>Hoosier</strong> Basketball<br />

The Herald-Times<br />

128 pp., 150 color photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00858-9 $20.00 Sale Price $12.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00876-3 $17.99 Sale Price $11.49<br />

In 2008, Coach Tom Crean walked into Assembly<br />

Hall, promising a return to glory for <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

basketball. Four years later, the <strong>Hoosier</strong>s went<br />

24-7. A keepsake for <strong>Hoosier</strong>s and basketball lovers<br />

everywhere, This Is INDIANA relives this incredible<br />

season—game by game, photo by photo.<br />

Unexpected <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

A Portfolio of Natural Landscapes<br />

Ron Leonetti and Christopher Jordan<br />

168 pp., 139 color photos, 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34485-4 $35.00 Sale Price $20.00<br />

From the <strong>Indiana</strong> Dunes National Lakeshore in the<br />

north to cypress sloughs in the south, the full breadth<br />

of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s diversity is revealed. Nothing manmade<br />

intrudes upon these striking photos, which range<br />

from close-ups to sweeping landscapes of forests,<br />

rivers, prairies, dunes, and swamps. Working in<br />

traditional medium and large film formats, Leonetti<br />

and Jordan have produced a spectacular body of work<br />

that captures the essence of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s natural beauty.<br />

NEW!<br />

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Limestone Lives<br />

Voices from the <strong>Indiana</strong> Stone Belt<br />

K A T H E R I N E F E R R U C C I<br />

Photography<br />

Limestone Lives<br />

Voices from the <strong>Indiana</strong> Stone Belt<br />

Katherine Ferrucci<br />

108 pp., 79 b&w photos, 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34512-7 $35.00 Sale Price $20.00<br />

Combines 79 striking, fine art photographic images<br />

with engaging oral histories from the men and<br />

women who work with stone. Limestone Lives is<br />

a testament to people who take enormous pride in<br />

their work, as well as to the role this unique industry<br />

plays in creating buildings of lasting beauty.<br />

Frank M. Hohenberger’s<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Photographs<br />

Edited by Cecil K. Byrd<br />

144 pp., 120 photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-31286-0 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

The first retrospective collection of the pioneering<br />

work of Frank M. Hohenberger, photographer<br />

laureate of <strong>Indiana</strong> in the first half of the 20th<br />

century. More than 120 photos represent the<br />

magnificent career of a pioneer in American<br />

photography and provide a fascinating record of life<br />

in <strong>Indiana</strong> over almost 50 years.<br />

Driving to Stony Lonesome<br />

Jack Welpott’s <strong>Indiana</strong> Photographs, 1936-1959<br />

Jack Welpott<br />

Foreword by Jo Ann B. Fineman<br />

192 pp., 143 b&w photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21866-7 $27.95 Sale Price $17.00<br />

The 100+ photographs that comprise the core of this<br />

gorgeous book are intense and personal and include<br />

many fine examples of environmental portraiture of<br />

which Welpott was a master.<br />

Still Standing<br />

A Century of Urban Train Station Design<br />

Christopher Brown<br />

144 pp., 109 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34634-6 $49.95 Sale Price $25.00<br />

This beautiful photographic collection of urban train<br />

station design covers a 100-year period from roughly<br />

1850 to 1950. Striking original photographs chronicle<br />

40 large passenger station buildings still in existence<br />

in cities around the world. One-third of the stations<br />

included are among the best America has to offer.<br />

Supplies limited.<br />

McClellan Street<br />

David and Peter Turnley<br />

Foreword by John G. Morris<br />

128 pp., 102 b&w photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34967-5 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

Over 100 black-and-white images grace the<br />

pages of this photo essay produced by acclaimed<br />

photographers David and Peter Turnley. Their<br />

hauntingly beautiful raw and real photographs<br />

document life on McClellan Street in Ft. Wayne,<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> in the early 1970s.<br />

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Photography<br />

Ligonier<br />

A Photographic Essay<br />

Jeff Moerchen<br />

Introduction by Melissa Dinverno<br />

168 pp., 75 b&w photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22363-0 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

With clarity and a close attention to detail, a<br />

photographer captures the life of the Hispanic<br />

community of Ligonier, <strong>Indiana</strong>. More than<br />

a narrow study of an immigrant population,<br />

Moerchen’s evocative photo essay explores this<br />

small midwestern town as it struggles to survive.<br />

Podcast<br />

Real Stories of Big Cat Rescues<br />

Tales from the Exotic Feline Rescue Center<br />

Melanie Bowlin<br />

Photographs by Stephen D. McCloud<br />

128 pp., 111 color photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22234-3 $19.95 Sale Price $14.00<br />

In the spirited follow-up to Saving the Big Cats: The<br />

Exotic Feline Rescue Center, more than 100 color<br />

photographs of the rescued resident big cats are<br />

showcased with loving detail.<br />

w<br />

Big<br />

Real Stories of<br />

Cat<br />

ResCues<br />

Tales from the Exotic Feline Rescue Center<br />

Melanie Bowlin<br />

With contributions by<br />

Audra Masternak<br />

Photographs by<br />

Stephen D. McCloud<br />

Foreword by<br />

Camilla Calamandrei<br />

Ligonier<br />

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JEff MoErchEn<br />

A PhotogrAPhic EssAy<br />

Saving the Big Cats<br />

The Exotic Feline Rescue Center<br />

Stephen D. McCloud<br />

112 pp., 106 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34609-4 $39.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

Providing an inside look at one of the largest exotic<br />

feline rescue centers in the U.S., Saving the Big Cats<br />

brings to life the beautiful, wild animals on its pages.<br />

McCloud tells the incredible stories of these big cats<br />

through astonishing photographs and compelling<br />

text.<br />

Of Woods and Water<br />

A Photographic Journey across Michigan<br />

Ron Leonetti and Christopher Jordan<br />

Foreword by Dave Dempsey<br />

160 pp., 141 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35276-7 $34.95 Sale Price $14.00<br />

A shared love of nature and the unexpected diversity<br />

Michigan landscapes have to offer guide these<br />

celebrated photographers in capturing the spirit of<br />

Michigan’s untamed beauty.<br />

Amish Life<br />

Living Plainly and Serving God<br />

Darryl D. Jones<br />

Foreword by Thomas J. Meyers and Steven M. Nolt<br />

128 pp., 129 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34594-3 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

Beautiful color photographs—often surprising in<br />

their intimacy—capture the Amish way of life today.<br />

Darryl Jones goes beyond tourist caricature. He<br />

offers glimpses of faces lined by hard work and<br />

wrinkled with pleasure, as well as young people who<br />

make a sport of harvest and join eagerly in a game of<br />

baseball. In them we glimpse the deep satisfaction of<br />

living in harmony with the rhythms of life.<br />

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Cookbooks<br />

FARMfood<br />

Green Living with Chef Daniel Orr<br />

Daniel Orr<br />

276 pp., 150 color photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22103-2 $29.95 Sale Price $15.00<br />

“From a restaurant kitchen to your table, Daniel<br />

always brings home the earthly delights of green<br />

and real cuisine.” —Charles Masson, owner of<br />

La Grenouille, New York, N.Y.<br />

Caribbean Cooking with Chef Daniel orr<br />

daniel orr<br />

Paradise Kitchen<br />

Caribbean Cooking with Chef Daniel Orr<br />

Daniel Orr<br />

300 pp., 242 color illus., 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35608-6 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

Unleashing the flavors of the Caribbean in<br />

combination with the best of Orr’s expertise in<br />

world cuisine, this delightful cookbook, memoir,<br />

and travel guide invites home cooks to savor the<br />

culinary joys of the Caribbean.<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Cooks!<br />

Great Restaurant Recipes for the Home Kitchen<br />

Christine Barbour and Scott Feickert<br />

Photographs by Tom Stio<br />

160 pp., 15 b&w photos, 82 color photos, 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34664-3 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

Features great recipes from some of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s best<br />

restaurants and chefs, adapted for home cooking.<br />

Contact information for each restaurant and a<br />

convenient map are included. <strong>Indiana</strong> Cooks! is a<br />

must-have volume for the gourmet, the talented<br />

cook, and the cookbook collector.<br />

Bestseller!<br />

The Tao of Cooking<br />

Sally Pasley<br />

240 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21237-5 $24.00 Sale Price $18.00<br />

A classic vegetarian cookbook for the adventurous<br />

cook, this meatless favorite includes 300 enticing<br />

recipes for entrees, breakfasts, soups, appetizers,<br />

side dishes, pasta, breads and desserts.<br />

Home Grown <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

A Food Lover’s Guide to Good Eating<br />

in the <strong>Hoosier</strong> State<br />

Christine Barbour and Scott Hutcheson<br />

288 pp., 8 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22019-6 $16.95 Sale Price $8.00<br />

Highlighting more than 400 producers, restaurants,<br />

farmers’ markets, winemakers, brewers, and food<br />

festivals, this book is not only a tasty read, but an<br />

excellent companion during a weekend drive in the<br />

country, a day out with the family, or a holiday<br />

food-shopping expedition.<br />

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Home & Garden<br />

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A Home of Her Own<br />

Nancy R. Hiller<br />

Photographs by Kendall Reeves<br />

240 pp., 104 color photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22353-1 $29.95<br />

Sale Price $20.00<br />

Illustrated with more than 100 color photographs,<br />

this book showcases women whose homes reflect<br />

their strong bond to a place.<br />

Podcast<br />

99 Historic Homes of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

A Look Inside<br />

Bill Shaw<br />

Photographs by Marsh Davis<br />

256 pp., 348 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34145-7 $39.95 Sale Price $24.00<br />

In this lavishly illustrated book, we get a rare<br />

opportunity to visit a variety of houses throughout<br />

the state, dating from the early 19th century through<br />

the late 1950s, and see how they are preserved or<br />

restored, furnished, and lived in. A remarkable<br />

armchair tour of some of the most historic homes<br />

of <strong>Indiana</strong>.<br />

Gardening in the Lower Midwest<br />

A Practical Guide for the New Zones 5 and 6<br />

Diane Heilenman<br />

224 pp., 34 color illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-32813-7 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00<br />

“ . . . a common-sense handbook for gardeners . . . It<br />

will help slacken the stress level that gardening was<br />

never meant to bring.” —HortScience<br />

Perennials Short and Tall<br />

A Seasonal Progression of Flowers for Your<br />

Garden<br />

Moya L. Andrews<br />

Illustrated by Gillian Harris<br />

160 pp., 26 color photos, 1 map<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21976-3 $19.95 Sale Price $10.00<br />

Designed for accessibility, this book offers triedand-true<br />

advice on how to keep a yard in bloom.<br />

A great read for novice gardeners!<br />

Bestseller!<br />

Trees, Shrubs, and Roses<br />

for Midwest Gardens<br />

Ezra Haggard<br />

240 pp., 115 color photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21470-6 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

The only garden design book featuring shrubs, trees,<br />

and roses for the Midwest, with recommendations<br />

of the best species as well as tips for good plant<br />

combinations.<br />

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NEW!<br />

Nature & Environment<br />

A Guide to Caves and Karst of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Samuel S. Frushour in conjunction<br />

with the <strong>Indiana</strong> Geological Survey<br />

152 pp., 45 color illus., 15 b&W illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00096-5 $22.00 Sale Price $14.00<br />

Whether you are looking to explore some of the state’s<br />

wild or tourist caves, or simply curious about <strong>Indiana</strong>’s<br />

underground, this compact and comprehensive field guide<br />

is the place to start. It explains how caves are created, the<br />

different geological features within, and the types of animals<br />

that inhabit them.<br />

A Guide to the Knobstone Trail<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong>’s Longest Footpath<br />

Nathan D. Strange<br />

Foreword by Marion T. Jackson<br />

160 pp., 41 color illus., 24 b&w illus., 19 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22297-8 $19.95 Sale Price: $13.00<br />

This essential backpacker’s guide to one of the most<br />

beautiful footpaths in the country offers a spectacularly<br />

rugged, 58-mile trek through 40,000 acres of forested land<br />

in southern <strong>Indiana</strong>, making for a safe and memorable<br />

adventure.<br />

Fishes of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

A Field Guide<br />

Thomas P. Simon<br />

Illustrations by Joseph R. Tomelleri<br />

368 pp., 240 color illus., 133 b&w illus., 227 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22308-1 $21.95 Sale Price $14.00<br />

A rich assortment of 227 fish, from freshwater to Great<br />

Lakes species, in one enlightening and beautifully illustrated<br />

guide.<br />

MaMMals<br />

o<br />

IndIana<br />

—A Field Guide—<br />

John o. Whitaker, Jr.<br />

Mammals of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

A Field Guide<br />

John O. Whitaker, Jr.<br />

352 pp., 254 color illus., 61 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22213-8 $19.95 Sale Price $13.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00151-1 $16.95 Sale Price $12.49<br />

This pocket-sized field guide to native <strong>Indiana</strong> mammals<br />

offers color photos, skull close-ups, and range maps, along<br />

with descriptions and clues to finding and identifying all<br />

mammals indigenous to the area—and even a few that are<br />

not. Whether you are a biologist, veterinarian, wildlife<br />

manager, or simply a nature enthusiast, this guide is certain<br />

to be a welcome companion during your next outdoor<br />

adventure.<br />

101 Trees of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

A Field Guide<br />

Marion T. Jackson and Katherine Harrington<br />

Photographs by Ron Rathfon<br />

392 pp., 65 b&w photos, 518 color photos, 148 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21694-6 $19.95 Sale Price $13.00<br />

From American beech to yellow-wood, <strong>Indiana</strong>’s trees<br />

are presented in a beautiful field guide. Accessible and<br />

authoritative, it is perfectly sized to fit in a pocket or<br />

backpack and contains all you need to identify a tree in<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong>, whatever the season. Includes up-to-date maps,<br />

over 400 illustrations.<br />

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Wildflowers and Ferns<br />

of <strong>Indiana</strong> Forests<br />

A Field Guide<br />

Michael A. Homoya<br />

Foreword by Marion T. Jackson<br />

464 pp., 520 color illus., 40 b&w illus., 2 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22325-8 $22.95 Sale Price $14.00<br />

This beautifully illustrated guide identifies nearly 300<br />

common plants, arranged by flower color or growth<br />

form, providing a convenient way to distinguish a<br />

great majority of plants in any given woodland.<br />

Wildflowers<br />

and Ferns of<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Forests<br />

A Field Guide<br />

Michael A. Homoya<br />

Foreword by Marion T. Jackson<br />

Earth Works<br />

Selected Essays<br />

Scott Russell Sanders<br />

376 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00095-8 $25.00 Sale Price $15.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00712-4 $20.99 Sale Price $12.49<br />

In 30 of his finest essays—nine never before<br />

collected—Scott Russell Sanders examines his<br />

Midwestern background, his father’s drinking, his<br />

opposition to war, his literary inheritance, and his<br />

feeling for wildness.<br />

scott Russell sandeR s<br />

earth works<br />

S e l e c t e d e S S a y S<br />

NEW!<br />

Podcast<br />

A Conservationist Manifesto<br />

Scott Russell Sanders<br />

256 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22080-6 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00285-3 $16.99 Sale Price $11.49<br />

“Sanders’ eloquent book is a must-read for anyone<br />

committed to taking care of the natural world and<br />

passing it along to future generations.” —Foreword<br />

Terrarium<br />

Scott Russell Sanders<br />

288 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21021-0 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00<br />

This imaginative excursion into the future—where<br />

humanity has abandoned the outdoors for a network<br />

of cities sealed against all of nature—shows us the<br />

perils of separating ourselves from the environment.<br />

The Natural heritage of indiana<br />

Edited by Marion T. Jackson<br />

512 pp., 10 b&w photos, 64 figures, 458 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-33074-1 $49.95 Sale Price $25.00<br />

The Natural Heritage of <strong>Indiana</strong> is the first survey<br />

of the natural beauty, heritage, and environmental<br />

problems of the state. Lavishly illustrated with<br />

hundreds of color photographs by some of the state’s<br />

best nature photographers, as well as maps, drawings,<br />

and diagrams, it also contains essays by 38 of<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong>’s environmental practitioners.<br />

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Nature & Environment<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Academy of Science<br />

Dragonflies of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

James R. Curry<br />

317 pp., 255 color illus.<br />

hardcover 978-1-883362-11-9 $38.00 Sale Price $33.00<br />

Including one or more images of all 97 known<br />

species of dragonflies, over 250 color photos, and<br />

numerous line drawings and range maps, this guide<br />

to the dragonflies of mid-continental North America<br />

will be a useful companion throughout the region.<br />

The Sunflower Family<br />

in the Upper Midwest<br />

A Photographic Guide to the Asteraceae<br />

in Illinois, <strong>Indiana</strong>, Iowa, Michigan,<br />

Minnesota, and Wisconsin<br />

Thomas M. Antonio and Susanne Masi<br />

In collaboration with Chicago Botanic Garden<br />

440 pp., 544 color illus.<br />

hardcover 978-1-883362-12-6 $50.00 Sale Price $40.00<br />

This beautiful book features 544 photos as well as<br />

range maps for each of the 150 treated species. The<br />

maps cover the six states of the upper Midwest with<br />

species arranged alphabetically by flower color and<br />

floret type.<br />

Orchids of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Michael A. Homoya<br />

302 pp., 92 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-32864-9 $48.00 Sale Price $40.00<br />

All 43 of the orchids now growing in <strong>Indiana</strong> are<br />

represented in this handsome volume of detailed<br />

descriptions, range maps, and color photographs,<br />

appealing to naturalists and orchid lovers<br />

everywhere.<br />

Amphibians and Reptiles of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Sherman A. Minton, Jr.<br />

422 pp., 169 color illus.<br />

hardcover 978-1-883362-10-2 $45.00 Sale Price $40.00<br />

This extensively revised second edition is one of<br />

the best state treatments for herps, by one of the<br />

foremost authorities. The shaded range maps make<br />

it a useful reference for eastern North America.<br />

Sedges of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

and the Adjacent States<br />

The Non-Carex Species<br />

Paul E. Rothrock<br />

288 pp., 228 color illus.<br />

hardcover 978-1-883362-14-0 $49.00 Sale Price $40.00<br />

This attractive publication is as relevant to<br />

gardeners as it is to natural areas biologists and<br />

plant taxonomists.<br />

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Midwest History<br />

Searching for Hope<br />

Life at a Failing School in the Heart of America<br />

Matthew Tully<br />

280 pp., 13 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00593-9 $28.00 Sale Price $17.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00597-7 $24.99 Sale Price $16.49<br />

An award-winning journalist tells the complex story<br />

of the everyday drama, failures, and triumphs in<br />

one of the nation’s many troubled urban public high<br />

schools whose graduation rate sits at 39%.<br />

Life at a<br />

faiLing SchooL<br />

in the heart<br />

of america<br />

m atthew t u LLy<br />

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Podcast<br />

NEW!<br />

Showers Brothers<br />

Furniture Company<br />

The Shared Fortunes of a Family,<br />

a City, and a <strong>University</strong><br />

Carrol Krause<br />

312 pp., 75 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00203-7 $25.00 Sale Price $15.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00224-2 $22.99 Sale Price $13.49<br />

When the Showers family arrived in Bloomington<br />

to start a furniture company, the railroad had only<br />

recently come to town and a modest university was<br />

struggling to survive. This engaging history tells<br />

the story of a remarkably successful collaboration<br />

between business, town, and gown.<br />

showers<br />

Brothers<br />

Furniture Company<br />

The Shared Fortunes of a Family,<br />

a City, and a <strong>University</strong><br />

Carrol Krause<br />

NEW!<br />

Podcast<br />

Bloomington Past and Present<br />

Will Counts, James H. Madison, Scott Russell Sanders<br />

136 pp., 56 b&w photos, 34 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34056-6 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

The works of world-class photographer Will Counts,<br />

prize-winning writer Scott Sanders, and renowned<br />

historian Jim Madison comprise this “Gift to the<br />

City,” a gift not only for today’s residents, but for<br />

the legions of ex-residents worldwide who love this<br />

unique—and mythical—plot of ground.<br />

An American Hometown<br />

Terre Haute, <strong>Indiana</strong>, 1927<br />

Tom Roznowski<br />

Foreword by Scott Russell Sanders<br />

288 pp., 82 b&w photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22129-2 $24.95 Sale Price $13.00<br />

Evoking memories of life in the 1920s small town of<br />

Terre Haute, <strong>Indiana</strong>, artfully drawn biographical<br />

sketches and histories bring light to our deep roots<br />

as noted musician, historian, and storyteller Tom<br />

Roznowski explores American traditions.<br />

The Historic Fort Wayne<br />

Embassy Theatre<br />

Dyne L. Pfeffenberger<br />

120 pp., 48 color illus., 46 halftones<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-31369-0 $24.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

Generously illustrated with color photos of the<br />

restoration, this book recounts the rescue of a rare<br />

historic landmark, famous for “Miss Page,” its<br />

pipe organ of more than 1,000 pipes, which local<br />

activists saved from demolition much to the delight<br />

of patrons.<br />

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Midwest History<br />

This Place We Call Home<br />

A History of Clark County, <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Carl E. Kramer<br />

Foreword by James H. Madison<br />

664 pp., 241 b&w photos, 17 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34850-0 $35.00 Sale Price $18.00<br />

“Carl E. Kramer provides readers with a model<br />

county history. . . . He brings together in one person<br />

and one volume the outsider and the insider, the<br />

historian who objectively and carefully studies the<br />

past using the best sources available and the writer<br />

who knows and loves his home community.” —from<br />

the foreword by James H. Madison<br />

Shipshewana<br />

An <strong>Indiana</strong> Amish Community<br />

Dorothy O. Pratt<br />

224 pp., 10 b&w photos, 1 figure<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34518-9 $29.95 Sale Price $15.00<br />

While most books about the Amish focus on the<br />

Pennsylvania settlements or on the religious history<br />

of the sect, Shipshewana is a cultural history of<br />

one <strong>Indiana</strong> Amish community and its success in<br />

resisting assimilation into the larger culture.<br />

An Amish Patchwork<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong>’s Old Orders in the Modern World<br />

Thomas J. Meyers and Steven M. Nolt<br />

208 pp., 45 b&w photos, 2 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21755-4 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> is home to the world’s third-largest Amish<br />

population and its communities show a surprising<br />

diversity despite all that unites them as a distinct<br />

culture. The authors present an overview of the<br />

beliefs and values of the Amish, their migration<br />

history, and the differences between the state’s two<br />

major Amish ethnic groups. They situate the Amish<br />

in their <strong>Indiana</strong> context, noting an involvement with<br />

the state’s industrial economy that may surprise<br />

some.<br />

Always a River<br />

The Ohio River and the American Experience<br />

Second Edition<br />

Edited by Robert L. Reid<br />

288 pp., 23 b&w illus., 1 map<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22257-2 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

This celebration of the ever-changing Ohio River<br />

flows through the settlement period of the river,<br />

its economic importance, the different phases of<br />

engineering over a long period of time, and the river<br />

as an eco-political system.<br />

Frontier <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Andrew R. L. Cayton<br />

360 pp., 13 b&w photos, 5 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21217-7 $22.95 Sale Price $10.00<br />

An original new look at the frontier period in<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> history, based on the lives and experiences<br />

of representative individuals and families.<br />

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The Wisconsin Frontier<br />

Mark Wyman<br />

360 pp., 22 b&w illus., 8 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22332-6 $21.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

This captivating history of the Wisconsin frontier<br />

era reveals the conflicts, the defeats, the victories,<br />

and the way the future looked to Wisconsin’s<br />

peoples at the beginning of the 20th century.<br />

Kentucke’s Frontiers<br />

Craig Thompson Friend<br />

400 pp., 13 b&w illus., 7 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35519-5 $34.95 Sale Price $17.00<br />

This engaging history examines the political,<br />

military, religious, and public memory narratives<br />

of early Kentucky, explaining how frontier terror<br />

framed heroism, undermining the egalitarian<br />

promise of Kentucke and transforming a trans-<br />

Appalachian region into an Old South state.<br />

Tennessee Frontiers<br />

Three Regions in Transition<br />

John R. Finger<br />

408 pp., 18 b&w photos, 15 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-33985-0 $24.95 Sale Price $13.00<br />

This important new history chronicles the formation<br />

of Tennessee from indigenous settlers to the end of<br />

the frontier in 1840, signaled by the removal of the<br />

Cherokee along the “trail of tears.”<br />

Frontier Illinois<br />

James E. Davis<br />

544 pp., 13 b&w photos, 5 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21406-5 $22.95 Sale Price $11.00<br />

“Extensively researched, and with excellent<br />

endnotes, Frontier Illinois is an important study. A<br />

lively account of how the frontier gave shape to the<br />

later state, it questions traditional stereotypes of the<br />

West and offers a new outlook as to the real nature<br />

of the Illinois frontier.” —Journal of the Early<br />

Republic<br />

The Ohio Frontier<br />

Crucible of the Old Northwest, 1720–1830<br />

R. Douglas Hurt<br />

440 pp., 23 b&w photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21212-2 $24.00 Sale Price $12.00<br />

First settled about 1720 by migrating Native<br />

Americans and later by white Americans, Ohio<br />

became the crucible for Indian and military policy<br />

throughout the region. Nowhere on the American<br />

frontier was the clash of cultures more violent than<br />

in the Ohio country.<br />

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Midwest History<br />

Al Capone and His American Boys<br />

Memoirs of a Mobster’s Wife<br />

William J. Helmer<br />

With Georgette Winkeler’s one-of-a-kind record of<br />

her life with the Chicago mob<br />

400 pp., 70 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35606-2 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00168-9 $17.99 Sale Price $13.49<br />

A compelling set of memoirs describing life on the<br />

run by a woman who found herself married to the<br />

mob. Discovered in FBI files 60 years after her<br />

husband’s murder, they chronicle the heyday of<br />

Chicago crime.<br />

Dillinger<br />

The Untold Story<br />

Anniversary Edition<br />

G. Russell Girardin with William J. Helmer<br />

432 pp., 56 b&w photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22110-0 $25.00 Sale Price $13.00<br />

This captivating account of a dangerous criminal,<br />

idolized by many as a present-day Robin Hood,<br />

remains a rich and authentic slice of American<br />

history for true crime buffs.<br />

Wreck of the Carl D.<br />

A True Story of Loss, Survival, and Rescue at Sea<br />

Michael Schumacher<br />

264 pp., 30 b&w illus., 1 map<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22258-9 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

In 1958, a 623-foot limestone carrier—caught in<br />

one of the most violent storms in Lake Michigan<br />

history—broke in two and sank in less than five<br />

minutes. This reconstruction of the terrible accident,<br />

perilous search, and chilling aftermath will captivate<br />

audiences.<br />

Steel Giants<br />

Historic Images from the Calumet Regional<br />

Archives<br />

Stephen G. McShane and Gary S. Wilk<br />

304 pp., 278 b&w photos, 32 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35299-6 $39.95 Sale Price $22.00<br />

Dramatic photographs of the beginning of a worldclass<br />

steel industry and the ethnically diverse<br />

characters and region surrounding it.<br />

Gary, the Most American<br />

of All American Cities<br />

S. Paul O’Hara<br />

208 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22288-6 $19.95 Sale Price $11.00<br />

A riveting account of the boom or bust mentality of<br />

industrialism through the stark reversal of fortune<br />

of Gary, <strong>Indiana</strong>, from “the magic city” and “steel’s<br />

greatest achievement” to “the very model of urban<br />

decay.”<br />

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Military History<br />

Warfare in Woods and Forests<br />

Anthony Clayton<br />

Foreword by General Charles Guthrie<br />

168 pp., 12 b&w illus., 13 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35688-8 $29.95 Sale Price $18.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00553-3 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

This fascinating book explores major events and<br />

themes in woods and forest warfare–a chaotic mix<br />

of dread, determination, and death–from Roman<br />

battles in the first century ce to modern-day fighting<br />

in Chechnya.<br />

indiana university press<br />

Warfare<br />

in Woods and<br />

forests QQQ<br />

Anthony ClAyton<br />

The Patterns of War Since the<br />

Eighteenth Century<br />

Second Edition<br />

Larry H. Addington<br />

384 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-20860-6 $24.00 Sale Price $15.00<br />

ebook 978-0-253-11109-8 $15.99 Sale Price $11.49<br />

“This important work . . . synthesizes the evolution of<br />

warfare from 1775 to the present.” —Military Review<br />

“A superior synthesis. Well written, nicely organized,<br />

remarkably comprehensive, and laced with facts.”<br />

—Military Affairs<br />

Nationalist in the Viet Nam Wars<br />

Memoirs of a Victim Turned Soldier<br />

Nguyễn Công Luận<br />

616 pp., 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35687-1 $39.95 Sale Price $24.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00548-9 $33.99 Sale Price $23.49<br />

This compelling memoir tells the story of one man’s<br />

experience during the Viet Nam wars, from his<br />

childhood near Ha Noi in the 1940s, to harrowing<br />

accounts of fighting for the Republic as he exchanges<br />

a life of victimhood for one of a soldier. This honest<br />

and impassioned account is filled with the everyday<br />

heroism of the common people coping with the<br />

destruction of war.<br />

NEW!<br />

The Age of Battles<br />

The Quest for Decisive Warfare<br />

from Breitenfeld to Waterloo<br />

Russell F. Weigley<br />

608 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21707-3 $28.00 Sale Price $19.00<br />

“What Russell F. Weigley writes, the rest of us read.<br />

The Age of Battles is a persuasive reminder that<br />

even in the age of ‘rational’ warfare, one can honestly<br />

wonder why war seemed an unavoidable policy<br />

choice.” —Journal of American History<br />

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Military History<br />

Tirpitz<br />

and the Imperial German Navy<br />

Patrick J. Kelly<br />

Tirpitz and the Imperial German Navy<br />

Patrick J. Kelly<br />

608 pp., 26 b&w illus., 4 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35593-5 $45.00 Sale Price $28.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00175-7 $38.99 Sale Price $29.49<br />

This study of the principal force behind the rise of<br />

the German Imperial Navy examines one Grand<br />

Admiral’s great power and influence during a crucial<br />

period before WWI.<br />

The American Civil War and the<br />

Origins of Modern Warfare<br />

Ideas, Organization, and Field Command<br />

Edward Hagerman<br />

384 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-20715-9 $26.00 Sale Price $13.00<br />

“This book is filled with enlightening information. . . .<br />

ought to be a standard for many years to come and<br />

should be required reading for any serious Civil War<br />

military historian.” —Journal of Southern History<br />

Defeating Lee<br />

A History of the Second Corps,<br />

Army of the Potomac<br />

Lawrence A. Kreiser, Jr.<br />

416 pp., 19 b&w illus., 1 map<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00617-2 $22.00 Sale Price $14.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00170-2 $18.99 Sale Price $13.49<br />

This absorbing history of the Second Corps follows<br />

not only the unit’s rise to prominence, but the heart<br />

of what motivated these men, why they fought so<br />

hard, and how they sustained a spirited defense of<br />

cause and country long after the guns had fallen<br />

silent.<br />

McClellan’s War<br />

The Failure of Moderation in the Struggle for the<br />

Union<br />

Ethan S. Rafuse<br />

544 pp., 17 b&w illus., 11 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00611-0 $29.00 Sale Price $19.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00614-1 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

Shedding light on McClellan’s prewar life and his<br />

conduct on the battlefields, this comprehensive<br />

history follows United States politics and culture in<br />

the years leading up to the Civil War.<br />

Extraordinary Circumstances<br />

The Seven Days Battles<br />

Brian K. Burton<br />

544 pp., 28 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22277-0 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-10844-9 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

A detailed and engaging retelling of the Seven Days<br />

Battles, a campaign that lifted Southern spirits,<br />

began Lee’s ascent to fame, and almost prompted<br />

European recognition of the Confederacy.<br />

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American History<br />

indiana university press<br />

Fighting for America<br />

The Struggle for Mastery<br />

in North America, 1519-1871<br />

Jeremy Black<br />

496 pp.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35660-4 $39.95 Sale Price $25.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00561-8 $33.99 Sale Price $23.49<br />

This wide-ranging narrative of conflict, diplomacy,<br />

geopolitics, and politics traces the competition for<br />

control of North America from the years of Cortés to<br />

the 19th century.<br />

American Confluence<br />

The Missouri Frontier from<br />

Borderland to Border State<br />

Stephen Aron<br />

328 pp., 14 b&w illus., 6 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-20011-2 $21.95 Sale Price $14.00<br />

In the heart of North America, the Missouri, Ohio,<br />

and Mississippi Rivers come together, uniting waters<br />

from west, north, and east on a journey to the south.<br />

This innovative book examines the history of that<br />

region and focuses on its transition from a place<br />

of overlapping borderlands to one of oppositional<br />

border states.<br />

A Young Dutchman Views<br />

Post–Civil War America<br />

Diary of Claude August Crommelin<br />

Claude August Crommelin<br />

208 pp., 13 b&w illus., 2 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35609-3 $29.95 Sale Price $17.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00090-3 $24.95 Sale Price $15.49<br />

Not long after the end of the American Civil War, a<br />

wealthy young Dutchman embarked on a tour of the<br />

young country, observing what the less fortunate<br />

might not have noticed. His meticulously kept<br />

journal provides an illuminating outsider’s account<br />

of the US at a pivotal point in its history.<br />

•<br />

American<br />

Confluence<br />

•<br />

The Missouri Frontier<br />

from Borderland<br />

to Border State<br />

A Young Dutchman<br />

Views Post–Civil War<br />

America<br />

Diary of Claude August Crommelin<br />

Claude August Crommelin<br />

Translated by Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr.<br />

Edited with an introduction by<br />

Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr.,<br />

and H. Roger Grant<br />

Stephen Aron<br />

FDR, Dewey, and the Election of 1944<br />

David M. Jordan<br />

408 pp., 24 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00970-8 $22.00 Sale Price: $15.00<br />

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With insider tales of party politics and the campaign<br />

for votes in the shadow of war and an uncertain<br />

future, this engrossing account highlights a<br />

fascinating chapter in American political history.<br />

Robert F. Kennedy<br />

and the 1968 <strong>Indiana</strong> Primary<br />

Ray E. Boomhower<br />

192 pp., 30 b&w photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35089-3 $21.95 Sale Price $11.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00775-9 $17.99 Sale Price $10.49<br />

“Well-written and handsomely packaged in the style<br />

of Kennedy’s campaign flyers, Robert F. Kennedy<br />

and the 1968 <strong>Indiana</strong> Primary will likely stand as<br />

the definitive historical account of that contest. . .”<br />

—Register of the Kentucky Historical Society<br />

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American History<br />

Truman and MacArthur<br />

Policy, Politics, and the Hunger<br />

for Honor and Renown<br />

Michael D. Pearlman<br />

376 pp., 14 b&w photos, 2 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35066-4 $29.95 Sale Price $17.00<br />

“[T]he book is among the best civil military histories<br />

to come out in the last 10 years . . . . It deserves a wide,<br />

adult readership and has my highest recommendation for<br />

military and cilvilian professionals of all stripes.”<br />

—Military Review<br />

NEW!<br />

<strong>Book</strong> trailer<br />

"Essential reading for everyone implicated by<br />

race in America – and that means everyone."<br />

– Deepak Bhargava, Center for Community Change<br />

racing to<br />

justice<br />

Transforming Our Conceptions of Self<br />

and Other to Build an Inclusive Society<br />

john a. powell<br />

Politics<br />

Racing to Justice<br />

Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other<br />

to Build an Inclusive Society<br />

john a. powell<br />

Foreword by David R. Roediger<br />

336 pp.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00629-5 $32.00 Sale Price $23.00<br />

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Culled from a decade of writing about social justice<br />

and spirituality, these meditations on race, identity,<br />

and social policy challenge us to replace attitudes<br />

and institutions that promote and perpetuate social<br />

suffering with those that foster relationships and<br />

a way of being that transcends disconnection and<br />

separation.<br />

NEW!<br />

Podcast<br />

NatioN<br />

Black Activism in Barack Obama’s<br />

of Post-Racial America<br />

Cowards<br />

DaviD H. ikarD anD Martell lee teasley<br />

Nation of Cowards<br />

Black Activism in Barack Obama’s Post-Racial<br />

America<br />

David H. Ikard and Martell Lee Teasley<br />

176 pp.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00628-8 $25.00 Sale Price $17.00<br />

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In a speech from which Nation of Cowards derives its<br />

title, Attorney General Eric Holder argued forcefully<br />

that Americans need to talk more about racism. The<br />

authors maintain that such a conversation can take<br />

place only with passionate and organized pressure<br />

from black Americans, and that neither Obama nor<br />

any political figure is likely to be in the forefront of<br />

addressing issues of racial inequality and injustice.<br />

NEW!<br />

creatures<br />

of<br />

Politics<br />

Media, Message, and the<br />

aMerican Presidency<br />

Michael Lempert<br />

and<br />

Michael Silverstein<br />

Creatures of Politics<br />

Media, Message, and the American Presidency<br />

Michael Lempert and Michael Silverstein<br />

284 pp., 24 b&w illus.<br />

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Style over substance? This book explores political<br />

communication—debates, ads, interviews, speeches,<br />

and talk shows—in American presidential politics,<br />

focusing on “message”—not simply an individual’s<br />

positions on the issues, but the craft used to fashion<br />

the candidate-creature the public sees.<br />

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Politics<br />

Defending the Filibuster<br />

The Soul of the Senate<br />

Richard A. Arenberg and Robert B. Dove<br />

Foreword by Senator Mark Udall<br />

and Senator Ted Kaufman<br />

288 pp.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00191-7 $35.00 Sale Price $23.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00698-1 $29.99 Sale Price $21.49<br />

Two insiders argue passionately in favor of retaining<br />

the filibuster in the US Senate, and offer a stimulating<br />

assessment of the issues surrounding current debates<br />

on this contentious issue.<br />

DefenDing<br />

the<br />

filibuster<br />

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the soul of the senate<br />

richarD a. arenberg<br />

anD robert b. Dove<br />

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★<br />

Foreword by<br />

senator mark Udall<br />

and<br />

senator ted kaUFman<br />

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NEW!<br />

The Most Fundamental Right<br />

Contrasting Perspectives on the Voting Rights Act<br />

Edited by Daniel McCool<br />

418 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00194-8 $35.00 Sale Price $23.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00710-0 $28.99 Sale Price $20.49<br />

Passed in 1965 during the height of the Civil Rights<br />

movement, the Voting Rights Act (VRA) changed<br />

the face of the American electorate, dramatically<br />

increasing minority voting, especially in the South.<br />

The Most Fundamental Right is an effort to<br />

understand the debate over the Act and its role in<br />

contemporary American democracy.<br />

How Congress Works<br />

and Why You Should Care<br />

Lee H. Hamilton<br />

168 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21695-3 $16.00 Sale Price $10.00<br />

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An inside look at the way Congress works and how<br />

it impacts the lives of all Americans, by an eminent<br />

former congressman. Part criticism and part vigorous<br />

defense of the legislative branch, the book is essential<br />

reading for anyone who wants to understand the<br />

inner workings of Congress, and how all citizens can<br />

participate in its unique mission.<br />

The Most<br />

Fundamental Right<br />

Contrasting<br />

Perspectives<br />

on the Voting<br />

Rights Act<br />

Edited by Daniel McCool<br />

NEW!<br />

Human rights at the UN<br />

The Political History of Universal Justice<br />

Roger Normand and Sarah Zaidi<br />

Foreword by Richard A. Falk<br />

528 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21934-3 $35.00 Sale Price $22.00<br />

A broad political history of the emergence and<br />

development of the human rights movement in<br />

the twentieth century, focusing on the hopes and<br />

expectations, power struggles, national rivalries, and<br />

bureaucratic politics that molded the international<br />

system of human rights law.<br />

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NEW!<br />

COLOR AND FORM<br />

The Geometric Sculptures of MORTON C. BRADLEY, JR.<br />

LYNN GAMWELL<br />

The Arts<br />

Color and Form<br />

The Geometric Sculptures of Morton C. Bradley, Jr.<br />

Lynn Gamwell<br />

160 pp., 135 color illus., 12 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00610-3 $30.00 Sale Price $20.00<br />

A lavishly illustrated publication of Morton C. Bradley<br />

Jr.’s colorful geometric sculptures, many of which<br />

are displayed on the <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> campus, in a<br />

timeless integration of pure color and form.<br />

Painting <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Portraits of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s 92 Counties<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Plein Air Painters Association, Inc.<br />

216 pp., 97 color photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21790-5 $35.00 Sale Price $24.00<br />

Painting <strong>Indiana</strong> II<br />

The Changing Face of Agriculture<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Plein Air Painters Association, Inc.<br />

240 pp., 122 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34819-7 $39.95 Sale Price $28.00<br />

Through more than 100 works of art, this magnificent<br />

volume tells the story of the transformation of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

agriculture—from family farm to global industry—the<br />

forces that brought it about, and the impact it has had<br />

on the people, the culture, and the economy of the state.<br />

The Artists of Brown County<br />

Lyn Letsinger-Miller<br />

Introduction by Rachel Berenson Perry<br />

264 pp., 33 b&w photos, 82 plates<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-33354-4 $49.95 Sale Price $25.00<br />

“ . . . the book that will surely become the standard work<br />

on the colony . . . Meticulously researched, carefully<br />

written, and finely illustrated . . . ” —Arts <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

“The book is an immensely readable chronicle of the<br />

artists’ lives and, through them, the temper of their<br />

times.” — <strong>Indiana</strong>polis Star<br />

Clay Times Three<br />

The Tale of Three Nashville, <strong>Indiana</strong>, Potteries<br />

Kathy M. McKimmie<br />

108 pp., 140 color photos, 42 b&w photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35589-8 $29.95 Sale Price $19.95<br />

Lavishly illustrated with photographs of individual<br />

pieces, this book showcases the talented local artists<br />

of Brown County, <strong>Indiana</strong>, presenting their work from<br />

the Great Depression to the 1980s. Pottery collectors<br />

everywhere will relish this delightful volume.<br />

Masterworks from the<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Art Museum<br />

Adelheid M. Gealt, Diane M. Pelrine, Adriana Calinescu,<br />

Judith A. Stubbs, and Jennifer A. McComas<br />

384 pp., 180 color photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21956-5 $39.95 Sale Price $25.00<br />

Richly illustrated with more than 160 full-color plates,<br />

this book presents a selection of the finest works from<br />

one of the best university art museums in the world.<br />

Included are examples from the full range of world<br />

cultures collected by the museum: Africa, the Ancient<br />

Western World, Asia, Ancient America, the South<br />

Pacific, and Western Art before and after 1800.<br />

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Music<br />

Mr. Tuba<br />

Harvey Phillips<br />

Foreword by David N. Baker<br />

496 pp., 16 color photos, 51 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00724-7 $32.00 Sale Price $21.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00731-5 $27.99 Sale Price $19.49<br />

With warmth and humor, tuba virtuoso Harvey<br />

Phillips tells his amazing life story from his Missouri<br />

childhood, through his days as a performer with<br />

circuses, his training at the Juilliard School, a stint<br />

with the US Army Field Band, and his freelance days<br />

with the New York City Opera and Ballet. Enhanced by<br />

an extensive gallery of photographs, Mr. Tuba conveys<br />

Phillips’s playful zest for life while documenting his<br />

important musical legacy.<br />

indiana university press<br />

NEW!<br />

Keystone Korner<br />

Portrait of a Jazz <strong>Club</strong><br />

Photographs and Interviews by Kathy Sloane<br />

Edited by Sascha Feinstein and Kathy Sloane<br />

264 pp., 109 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-35691-8 $40.00 Sale Price $32.00<br />

Kathy Sloane chronicles the history of one of the<br />

most important jazz clubs of the 1970s, its rise to<br />

fame, and its legendary mark on the San Francisco<br />

music community. More than 100 black-and-white<br />

photographs, a collage of oral histories, and a<br />

marvelous CD of recordings from the club chronicle<br />

the Keystone experience.<br />

Miles Davis, Miles Smiles,<br />

and the Invention of Post Bop<br />

Jeremy Yudkin<br />

184 pp., 2 b&w illus., 23 music exx.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21952-7 $19.95 Sale Price $10.00<br />

A major force in post-war American jazz, Miles Davis<br />

was a pioneer of cool jazz, hard bop, and modal jazz in<br />

a variety of small group formats. The formation in the<br />

mid-1960s of the Second Quintet with Wayne Shorter,<br />

Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams was<br />

vital to the invention of the new post bop style. Jeremy<br />

Yudkin traces Davis’s life and work during a period<br />

when the trumpeter was struggling with personal and<br />

musical challenges only to emerge once again as the<br />

artistic leader of his generation.<br />

Podcast<br />

David Baker<br />

A Legacy in Music<br />

Monika Herzig<br />

Foreword by Quincy Jones<br />

448 pp., 45 b&w illus., 44 music exx.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35657-4 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00524-3 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

Featuring enlightening interviews with Baker, this<br />

richly illustrated book brings the 60-year career of a jazz<br />

musician, composer, educator, and legend into clear view.<br />

Beethoven in America<br />

Michael Broyles<br />

432 pp., 61 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35704-5 $29.95 Sale Price $20.00<br />

A pop-cultural tour of Beethoven on American soil and in<br />

the American imagination through movie scores, TV<br />

soundtracks, commercials, pop songs, and even coffee mugs.<br />

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Music<br />

Opera for All Seasons<br />

60 Years of <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Opera Theater<br />

Marianne Williams Tobias<br />

George Calder, Nancy J. Guyer, C. David Higgins,<br />

and Charles H. Webb, contributing editors<br />

496 pp., 154 color illus., 160 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35340-5 $39.95 Sale Price $23.00<br />

From reconfigured army barracks to a stage rivaling<br />

that of the Met, the IU Opera Theater has grown<br />

into a world-class training ground for opera’s next<br />

generation. Celebrating more than six decades of<br />

opera at its finest, this lavishly illustrated history<br />

captures the excitement, hard work, talent, and pride<br />

that distinguish each performance and make the<br />

theater what it is today.<br />

The World of Music<br />

According to Starker<br />

Janos Starker<br />

352 pp., 40 b&w photos, 12 figures<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34452-6 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00<br />

A colorful autobiography of one of the world’s great<br />

cellists. More than the consummate musician,<br />

however, Starker is also a raconteur and writer,<br />

occasionally quirky and droll, always witty and<br />

with a pointed opinion to share. Includes a bonus<br />

CD recording of Starker’s last public recital, which<br />

features his only recording of the Strauss Sonata in<br />

F, Opus 6.<br />

Rush, Rock Music, and the Middle Class<br />

Dreaming in Middletown<br />

Chris McDonald<br />

272 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22149-0 $22.95 Sale Price $13.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00404-8 $18.99 Sale Price $11.49<br />

“A well-researched, provocative glimpse into one of<br />

the most popular, yet often overlooked bands in the<br />

history of rock.” —Theo Cateforis, editor of The Rock<br />

History Reader<br />

Johnny Cash and the Paradox<br />

of American Identity<br />

Leigh H. Edwards<br />

256 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22061-5 $22.00 Sale Price $13.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00317-1 $16.95 Sale Price $11.49<br />

Depicted as a social protestor and establishment<br />

patriot, a drugged wildman and devout Christian<br />

crusader, a rebel outlaw hillbilly thug and elder<br />

statesman, Johnny Cash was truly a walking<br />

contradiction. Through autobiographies, lyrics,<br />

music, liner notes, and interviews, along with public<br />

depictions, Edwards creates a complete, albeit<br />

fragmented, portrait of the Grammy-Award winning<br />

songwriter.<br />

The Velvet Underground<br />

Richard Witts<br />

162 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21832-2 $22.95 Sale Price $13.00<br />

An absorbing journey into the world of The Velvet<br />

Underground—not just the “ultimate New York band”<br />

but one of the most influential rock groups ever.<br />

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Biography & Memoir<br />

Herman B Wells<br />

The Promise of the American <strong>University</strong><br />

James H. Capshew<br />

488 pp., 44 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35720-5 $35.00 Sale Price $23.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00569-4 $30.99 Sale Price $21.49<br />

An energetic, shrewd, and charming man, Herman B<br />

Wells was the driving force behind the transformation<br />

of <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong>. This biography shows how one<br />

man’s sense of leadership helped IU grow in size and<br />

stature, establishing strong connections to the state,<br />

the nation, and the world.<br />

Being Lucky<br />

Reminiscences and Reflections<br />

Herman B Wells<br />

544 pp., 49 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00613-4 $25.00 Sale Price $16.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00616-5 $21.99 Sale Price $13.49<br />

Herman B Wells recalls his formative boyhood years<br />

in a small <strong>Indiana</strong> town, gives his views on how to run<br />

a university, and describes some of his national and<br />

international service. The profoundly serious is mixed<br />

with the lighthearted in the reflections of this astute<br />

visionary.<br />

Richard G. Lugar,<br />

Statesman of the Senate<br />

Crafting Foreign Policy from Capitol Hill<br />

John T. Shaw<br />

280 pp.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00193-1 $28.00 Sale Price $19.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00711-7 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

In this balanced and objective profile, John T.<br />

Shaw chronicles Senator Lugar’s work on nuclear<br />

proliferation, arms control, energy, and global food<br />

issues, highlighting the senator’s ability to influence<br />

American foreign policy in consequential ways and<br />

demonstrating the importance of statesmanship<br />

in contemporary American political life while<br />

acknowledging the limitations of this approach to<br />

governance.<br />

Crafting foreign PoliCy<br />

from CaPitol Hill<br />

Valor<br />

xNN<br />

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Herman B Wells<br />

The promise of the american <strong>University</strong><br />

James H. CapsH ew<br />

Podcast<br />

Being Lucky<br />

Reminiscences and Reflections<br />

Herman B Wells<br />

RichaRd G.<br />

RichaR d G.<br />

LuGaR<br />

STaTe Sman of The SenaTe<br />

J o h n T . Shaw<br />

Podcast<br />

The American Odyssey<br />

of Roy Dominguez<br />

Rogelio “Roy” Dominguez<br />

as told to James B. Lane<br />

Foreword by Evan Bayh<br />

NEW!<br />

NEW!<br />

Valor<br />

The American Odyssey of Roy Dominguez<br />

Rogelio “Roy” Dominguez as told to James B. Lane<br />

Foreword by Evan Bayh<br />

288 pp., 42 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00232-7 $38.00 Sale Price $23.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00595-3 $32.99 Sale Price $20.49<br />

The son of Hispanic immigrants, Roy Dominguez grew<br />

up in gang-plagued Gary, <strong>Indiana</strong>. This inspiring story<br />

of a man stricken with Guillain-Barré syndrome, and<br />

his growth into an attorney and officeholder, shows<br />

him emerging with wisdom, perspective, and grit.<br />

The Bill Cook Story<br />

Ready, Fire, Aim!<br />

Bob Hammel<br />

432 pp., 75 b&w photos, 25 color photos<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35254-5 $29.95 Sale Price $18.00<br />

The biography of a visionary <strong>Indiana</strong> billionaire<br />

who saved lives and landmarks.<br />

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NEW!<br />

Howard<br />

fast<br />

Life and Literature in the Left Lane<br />

G e r a l d S o r i n<br />

Howard Fast<br />

Life and Literature in the Left Lane<br />

Gerald Sorin<br />

528 pp., 16 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00727-8 $40.00 Sale Price $30.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00732-2 $34.99 Sale Price: $27.49<br />

From a rough-and-tumble Jewish New York street<br />

kid to the rich and famous author of close to 100<br />

books, this biography illuminates the connections<br />

among Fast’s Jewishness, his writings, and his leftwing<br />

politics, and explains Fast’s attraction to the<br />

Communist Party.<br />

NEW!<br />

confessions<br />

of a guilty<br />

freelancer<br />

William O’Rourke<br />

Confessions of a Guilty Freelancer<br />

William O’Rourke<br />

384 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00181-8 $29.00 Sale Price $19.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00185-6 $24.99 Sale Price $16.49<br />

William O’Rourke’s singular view of American life<br />

over the past 40 years shines forth in these short<br />

essays on subjects personal, political, and literary. His<br />

reviews illuminate both the books themselves and the<br />

times in which we live, and his personal reflections<br />

engage even the most fearful events with a special<br />

humor and gentle sadness.<br />

Podcast<br />

the glimpse traveler<br />

The Glimpse Traveler<br />

Marianne Boruch<br />

240 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22344-9 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00555-7 $16.99 Sale Price $10.49<br />

In this true story set in 1971, a young Midwestern<br />

woman hitchhikes on a cross-country journey to<br />

California that begins on a whim and quickly becomes<br />

a mission to unravel a tragic mystery.<br />

Marianne Boruch<br />

Crow Killer<br />

The Saga of Liver-Eating Johnson<br />

Ramond W. Thorp and Robert Bunker<br />

192 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-20312-0 $15.00 Sale Price $10.00<br />

The true story (on which the film Jeremiah Johnson<br />

was partially based) of John Johnson, who in 1847<br />

found his wife and her unborn child had been killed<br />

by Crow braves. Out of this tragedy came one of the<br />

most gripping feuds—one man against a whole tribe—<br />

in American history.<br />

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Pages from a farmwife’s Journal<br />

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Speak to the Earth<br />

Pages from a Farmwife’s Journal<br />

Rachel Peden<br />

Foreword by Scott Russell Sanders<br />

264 pp., 12 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22342-5 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

A farmwife of 45 years looks at life—domestic<br />

and wild, human and critter—through the eyes of<br />

someone who witnesses nine seasons of the year<br />

rather than four. Her observations and naturalistic<br />

philosophy reveal the simple and profound pleasures<br />

in life.<br />

Speak to the Earth<br />

RACHEL PEDEN<br />

foreword by SCOTT RUSSELL SANDERS<br />

Rural Free<br />

A Farmwife’s Almanac of Country Living<br />

Rachel Peden<br />

Drawings by Sidonie Coryn<br />

400 pp., 12 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22161-2 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

As the slow-food movement gathers support and<br />

more urban dwellers return to the land to replant<br />

roots in honest soil, this narrative of the joys<br />

of family life on an <strong>Indiana</strong> farm is a source of<br />

inspiration for all who rejoice in rural virtues and the<br />

spiritual freedom of country life.<br />

The Land, the People<br />

Rachel Peden<br />

Drawings by Sidonie Coryn<br />

368 pp., 13 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22229-9 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

Lovingly recreating the story of a family living with<br />

the land, Peden breathes life into an abandoned<br />

farmhouse where children, long-since grown, once<br />

played in the dooryard.<br />

R A C HEL PEDEN<br />

THE LAND,<br />

THE PEOPLE<br />

D RAWINGS BY S IDONIE CORYN<br />

James Whitcomb Riley<br />

A Life<br />

Elizabeth J. Van Allen<br />

368 pp., 56 b&w photos, 2 figures<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-33591-3 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00<br />

Few literary figures have achieved the fame of James<br />

Whitcomb Riley, the most popular poet in America<br />

at the end of the 19th century—the height of his<br />

career. In this first serious modern biography of<br />

Riley, Van Allen sifts facts from fiction to paint the<br />

truest portrait of this controversial poet.<br />

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Fiction & Poetry<br />

NEW!<br />

Paris 1928<br />

Nexus II<br />

Henry Miller<br />

With an introduction by Tom Thompson<br />

176 pp., 2 color plates, 85 b&w drawings<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00831-2 $25.00 Sale Price $18.00<br />

Told in true Miller fashion, this memoir captures<br />

his troubled relationship with his second wife, his<br />

reflections on what he left behind in New York’s<br />

sweltering summer of 1927, and the anticipation of<br />

all that awaits him in Europe, presenting his views on<br />

Europe on the brink of great changes, counterpointed<br />

by his own personal sexual revelry and freedom of<br />

choice.<br />

Podcast<br />

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Podcast<br />

Podcast<br />

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stories<br />

stories<br />

robin hemley<br />

T he Last<br />

Studebaker<br />

A Novel<br />

Robin Hemley<br />

the swan<br />

a novel Jim Cohee<br />

An American Tune<br />

A Novel<br />

Barbara Shoup<br />

328 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00742-1 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00754-4 $16.99 Sale Price $11.49<br />

This achingly poignant tale moves back and forth in<br />

time, telling the story of Jane, a girl from a workingclass<br />

family who fled town after she was complicit in a<br />

deadly bombing, and Nora, the woman she became, a<br />

wife and mother living a quiet, peaceful life.<br />

Reply All<br />

Stories<br />

Robin Hemley<br />

218 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00180-1 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00186-3 $17.99 Sale Price $12.49<br />

This collection of award-winning and widely<br />

anthologized short stories by Robin Hemley takes a<br />

humorous, edgy, and frank look at the human art of<br />

deception and self-deception.<br />

The Last Studebaker<br />

A Novel<br />

Robin Hemley<br />

258 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00012-5 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00079-8 $16.99 Sale Price $11.49<br />

Thirty years after the manufacture of the last<br />

Studebaker car in 1963, a broken family attempts to<br />

recreate the life they lost in this warmly comic tale of<br />

lives changed forever.<br />

The Swan<br />

A Novel<br />

JIm Cohee<br />

136 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22343-2 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00539-7 $11.99 Sale Price $7.49<br />

Set in 1957, this fictional memoir details a young<br />

boy’s journey through personal tragedy as he copes<br />

with life’s challenges by disappearing into his own<br />

imagination. The tales he constructs for himself, the<br />

real life stories he is witness to, and his mother’s<br />

desperate efforts to bring her son back from the brink,<br />

all come to a head at an emotional family dinner.<br />

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What This River Keeps<br />

A Novel<br />

Greg Schwipps<br />

350 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00236-5 $22.00 Sale Price $15.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00713-1 $17.99 Sale Price $12.49<br />

In the rolling hills of southern <strong>Indiana</strong>, an elderly<br />

couple copes with the fear of losing their river bottom<br />

farm—the only home they’ve ever known. This<br />

beautiful and heartfelt novel reflects upon what it<br />

means to love a place and a family, and the sometimes<br />

staggering cost of that love.<br />

The Past Ahead<br />

A Novel<br />

Gilbert Gatore<br />

Translated by Marjolijn de Jager<br />

138 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00666-0 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00950-0 $15.99 Sale Price $11.49<br />

The story of the destinies of two people after their<br />

experiences of genocide in Rwanda, this stunning and<br />

powerfully written novel lays bare the unfathomable<br />

human cost of this international tragedy.<br />

Songs in Sepia and Black and White<br />

Norbert Krapf<br />

Photographs by Richard Fields<br />

234 pp., 58 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00632-5 $24.00 Sale Price $15.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00636-3 $20.99 Sale Price $17.49<br />

A collaboration born of a shared love of music,<br />

photography, poetry, and <strong>Indiana</strong>, Fields’s photos are<br />

evocative imaginings of Norbert Krapf’s poems, which<br />

pay tribute to poets from Homer and Virgil to Walt<br />

Whitman, Emily Dickinson, and Wendell Berry, and<br />

to singer-songwriters such as Woody Guthrie, John<br />

Lennon, and Bob Dylan.<br />

The Best of James Whitcomb Riley<br />

Edited by Donald C. Manlove<br />

224 pp.,<br />

paperback 978-0-253-20299-4 $12.95 Sale Price $8.00<br />

The best-loved poems by the “<strong>Hoosier</strong> Poet” are<br />

here collected to read and cherish time and time<br />

again. Included are some of Riley’s most durable and<br />

endearing works—poems about nature, home, and<br />

country as well as the dialect poems for which Riley is<br />

famous.<br />

what<br />

This<br />

River<br />

keeps<br />

GREG SCHWIPPS<br />

THE<br />

PAST<br />

AHEAD<br />

A NOVEL<br />

GILBERT GATORE<br />

TRANSLATED BY MARJOLIJN DE JAGER<br />

Songs in Sepia<br />

and<br />

Black & White<br />

Norbert Krapf<br />

Photographs by Richard Fields<br />

A NOVEL<br />

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Podcast<br />

Riley Child-Rhymes<br />

with <strong>Hoosier</strong> Pictures<br />

James Whitcomb Riley<br />

192 pp., 150 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35569-0 $17.95 Sale Price $12.00<br />

A must-have for Riley enthusiasts everywhere, this<br />

charming book includes 39 of James Whitcomb Riley’s<br />

signature poems, such as “Old Aunt Mary’s,” “Little<br />

Orphant Annie,” and “The Raggedy Man.”<br />

Riley<br />

Child-Rhymes<br />

with<br />

hoosieR PiCtuRes<br />

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NEW!<br />

ANNE FRANK<br />

UNBOUND<br />

MEDIA•IMAGINATION•MEMORY<br />

EDITED BY<br />

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett AND Jeffrey Shandler<br />

Judaica<br />

Anne Frank Unbound<br />

Media, Imagination, Memory<br />

Edited by Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett<br />

and Jeffrey Shandler<br />

448 pp., 15 color & 42 b&w illus.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-00739-1 $29.00 Sale Price $18.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00755-1 $23.99 Sale Price $16.49<br />

Looking beyond the most familiar victim of the<br />

Holocaust at the numerous ways people have<br />

engaged her life and writing.<br />

The End of the Holocaust<br />

Alvin H. Rosenfeld<br />

328 pp.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35643-7 $29.95 Sale Price $20.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00092-7 $24.99 Sale Price $18.49<br />

Investigating a wide range of cultural phenomena,<br />

such as the distortions of Anne Frank’s story, and<br />

the ways in which the Holocaust has been depicted<br />

by filmmakers like Steven Spielberg, this provocative<br />

work charts the forces that have minimized the<br />

Holocaust in popular perceptions.<br />

Podcast<br />

Last Folio<br />

Textures of Jewish Life in Slovakia<br />

Yuri Dojc and Katya Krausova<br />

128 pp., 39 color illus., 17 b&w illus., 1 map<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22377-7 $24.95 Sale Price $20.00<br />

This stunning photographic journey explores the<br />

devastating effects of the Holocaust, presenting a<br />

stirring tribute to a vanished culture of once-vibrant<br />

Jewish communities throughout Slovakia, treating<br />

decaying books as survivors, the last witnesses to<br />

what had been a thriving culture.<br />

Today<br />

I Am a Woman<br />

n<br />

n<br />

StorieS of Bat Mitzvah<br />

around the world<br />

n<br />

edited by<br />

Barbara Vinick and Shulamit Reinharz<br />

A<br />

Prophetic<br />

Peace<br />

JudAism, Religion, And Politics<br />

Alick Isaacs<br />

n<br />

Today I Am a Woman<br />

Stories of Bat Mitzvah around the World<br />

Edited by Barbara Vinick and Shulamit Reinharz<br />

296 pp., 68 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35693-2 $29.95 Sale Price $20.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00517-5 $24.99 Sale Price $18.49<br />

Told from the perspective of Jewish girls past and<br />

present as well as their communities, this delightful<br />

compilation of bat mitzvah stories is an ideal gift for<br />

celebrants, their families, and friends.<br />

A Prophetic Peace<br />

Judaism, Religion, and Politics<br />

Alick Isaacs<br />

224 pp.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35684-0 $27.95 Sale Price $18.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00564-9 $22.99 Sale Price $16.49<br />

Rejecting the notion of Jewish theology as partial to<br />

war and vengeance, this eloquent and moving work<br />

points to the ways in which Judaism can be a path to<br />

peace and describes an educational project, Talking<br />

Peace, whose aim is to bring individuals of different<br />

views together to share varying understandings of<br />

peace.<br />

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Railroads<br />

Railroads of Meridian<br />

J. Parker Lamb<br />

With contributions by David H. Bridges and David S. Price<br />

176 pp., 32 color illus., 120 b&w illus., 8 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00592-2 $50.00 Sale Price $35.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00596-0 $42.99 Sale Price $30.00<br />

This generously illustrated narrative follows the<br />

evolution of dozens of railroads in the Meridian,<br />

Mississippi, area from the destruction of the town’s<br />

rail facilities in the 1850s, through the current era<br />

of large-scale consolidation, making the “Meridian<br />

Speedway” an important transcontinental junction.<br />

Railroads and the American People<br />

H. Roger Grant<br />

328 pp., 122 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00633-2 $40.00 Sale Price $28.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00637-0 $ 34.99 Sale Price $24.49<br />

This illustrated social history of American life in the<br />

“golden ages” captures the essence of the nation’s<br />

railroad experience through trains and travel, train<br />

stations, railroads and community life, and the legacy<br />

of railroading in America as it has been preserved in<br />

word, stone, paint, and memory.<br />

indiana university press<br />

Rai l R o a d s o f<br />

Meridian<br />

J. Parker Lamb<br />

with contRibutions by david h. bRidges and david s. PRice<br />

H. RogeR gRant NEW!<br />

•<br />

RailRoads<br />

• and tHe •<br />

AmericA n<br />

PeoPle<br />

NEW!<br />

On Railways Far Away<br />

William D. Middleton<br />

312 pp., 280 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-00591-5 $60.00 Sale Price $42.00<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00594-6 $54.99 Sale Price $38.49<br />

In this lavishly illustrated memoir, an award-winning<br />

photographer invites readers to climb aboard and<br />

share with him 60 years of railroad tourism around<br />

the globe through over 200 of his favorite photographs<br />

and the personal stories behind the images.<br />

On Railways FaR a way<br />

William D. m i DDleton<br />

NEW!<br />

The <strong>Indiana</strong> Rail Road Company<br />

America’s New Regional Railroad<br />

Revised and Expanded Edition<br />

Christopher Rund, Fred W. Frailey, and Eric Powell<br />

296 pp., 25 color illus., 256 b&w illus., 7 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35695-6 $39.95 Sale Price $27.97<br />

The <strong>Indiana</strong> Rail Road Company is an extraordinary<br />

success story among the scores of independent short<br />

line and regional railroads spawned in the railroad<br />

deregulation. The author presents a historical<br />

perspective, as well as a detailed narrative of the<br />

business aspects of rehabilitating the rail line and<br />

transforming it into a profitable enterprise.<br />

AmericA’s New r egioNAl rAilroAd<br />

the<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Rail Road Company<br />

Revised and expanded edition<br />

Christopher rund Fred W. Frailey eriC poW ell<br />

Landmarks on the Iron Road<br />

Two Centuries of North American Railroad<br />

Engineering<br />

William D. Middleton<br />

208 pp., 240 b&w photos<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22360-9 $34.95 Sale Price $24.47<br />

A remarkable story of the unsurpassable American<br />

civil engineers who built the transportation system<br />

that civilized and settled America. This lavishly<br />

illustrated account marks the uprise of an industrial<br />

revolution.<br />

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Jerry Taylor & ray PoTeaT<br />

The<br />

CSX ClinChfield rouTe<br />

in the 21st Century<br />

Railroads<br />

The CSX Clinchfield Route<br />

in the 21st Century<br />

Jerry Taylor and Ray Potea<br />

188 pp., 185 color illus., 6 maps<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22358-6 $27.95 Sale Price $19.57<br />

This easy-to-read book takes readers on a mile-bymile<br />

trip through the tunnels and over the bridges<br />

of the historic CSX Clinchfield, whose innovative<br />

construction in 1915 was ahead of its time.<br />

n ew e diT ion<br />

TwilighT of The greaT Trains<br />

LittLe trains<br />

to f araway p laces<br />

•<br />

karl zimmermann<br />

Fred W. Frailey<br />

Railroad Noir<br />

The American West<br />

at the End of the Twentieth Century<br />

Narratives by Linda Grant Niemann<br />

Photographs by Joel Jensen<br />

168 pp., 23 color illus., 17 b&w illus., 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35446-4 $39.95 Sale Price $27.97<br />

Tales and images of exhaustion, alcoholism,<br />

homelessness, and corporate blundering among those<br />

caught in the breakup of the Southern Pacific present<br />

a revelatory account of railroading life, creating an<br />

honest, gritty, and striking collaboration.<br />

Twilight of the Great Trains<br />

Fred W. Frailey<br />

216 pp., 21 color illus., 126 b&w illus., 41 maps<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35477-8 $49.95 Sale Price $34.97<br />

e<strong>Book</strong> 978-0-253-00161-0 $41.99 Sale Price $29.39<br />

Stimulating and informative, this book offers a<br />

behind-the-scenes look at the great rail passenger<br />

service trains’ near-extinction and explains how 11<br />

railroad systems withstood or welcomed, fought or<br />

embraced the inevitable decline of their passenger<br />

services in a pre-Amtrak world.<br />

Little Trains to Faraway Places<br />

Karl Zimmermann<br />

224 pp., 125 color illus., 7 b&w illus.<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35447-1 $39.95 Sale Price $27.97<br />

A spirited tribute to the world’s most charismatic<br />

railways, Zimmermann chronicles his journeys aboard<br />

rare narrow-gauge railways. Weaving together history,<br />

travelogue, and over 100 color illustrations, he<br />

recreates his adventures on the trains that penetrate<br />

the most breathtaking terrain.<br />

Monon<br />

The <strong>Hoosier</strong> Line<br />

Revised Second Edition<br />

Gary W. Dolzall and Stephen F. Dolzall<br />

216 pp., 278 b&w photos, 27 color photos, 1 map<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34083-2 $49.95 Sale Price $34.97<br />

Monon celebrates the history of this magnificent<br />

railroad with an informative text, hundreds of blackand-white<br />

illustrations, and a special color insert.<br />

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Boomer<br />

Railroad Memoirs<br />

Linda Grant Niemann<br />

280 pp.<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22283-1 $24.95 Sale Price $17.46<br />

Combining travelogue, Wild West adventure,<br />

sexual memoir, and closely observed ethnography,<br />

this classic account of one woman’s self discovery<br />

and railroad life treks off the beaten path into the<br />

forgotten places along the rail lines.


$5.00 <strong>Book</strong>s<br />

indiana university press<br />

The Alabama, British Neutrality,<br />

and the American Civil War<br />

Frank J. Merli<br />

Edited by David M. Fahey<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34473-1 $29.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

California Sabers<br />

The 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry in the Civil War<br />

James McLean<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-33786-3 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Gettysburg Heroes<br />

Perfect Soldiers, Hallowed Ground<br />

Glenn W. LaFantasie<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-35071-8 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Fictions of U.S. History<br />

A Theory and Four Illustrations<br />

Frances Richardson Keller<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34076-4 $34.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Bob Dylan<br />

Keith Negus<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22005-9 $19.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Buddy Holly<br />

Dave Laing<br />

paperback 978-0-253-22168-1 $19.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Got Shade?<br />

A “Take It Easy” Approach for Today’s Gardener<br />

Carolyn Harstad<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21625-0 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Go Native!<br />

Gardening with Native Plants<br />

and Wildflowers in the Lower Midwest<br />

Carolyn Harstad<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21302-0 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Guitar Towns<br />

A Journey to the Crossroads of Rock ’n’ Roll<br />

Randy McNutt<br />

hardcover 978-0-253-34058-0 $14.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

Greetings from <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Vintage <strong>Hoosier</strong> Postcards<br />

Robert Reed<br />

paperback 978-0-253-21651-9 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00<br />

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Public Television<br />

Telly Award<br />

<strong>2012</strong><br />

Goose Pond: The Story Of<br />

A Wetland & Its Neighbors<br />

Set in southwestern <strong>Indiana</strong>, Goose Pond: The Story Of<br />

A Wetland & Its Neighbors chronicles the struggle that<br />

resulted in the largest and one of the most successful<br />

wetland restorations of its kind in US history, the<br />

8,000-acre Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area.<br />

Approx. 57 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001597 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001580 $29.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/goosepond/<br />

The Four Seasons of Goose Pond<br />

The Four Seasons of Goose Pond takes viewers on an<br />

amazing wildlife adventure through what is quickly<br />

becoming one of the most famous restored wetlands for<br />

migratory birds in America.<br />

Approx. 27 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001573 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001566 $29.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/goosepond/fourseasons/<br />

Telly Award<br />

2010<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> State Parks:<br />

Treasures in Your Own Backyard<br />

Widely recognized as among the best in the country,<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> state parks are a great source of <strong>Hoosier</strong> pride.<br />

Anyone who has visited Turkey Run, McCormick’s<br />

Creek, <strong>Indiana</strong> Dunes, or any of the dozens of other<br />

state parks can’t help but marvel at their natural<br />

wonders. This winner of a national Silver Telly Award<br />

celebrates <strong>Indiana</strong> state parks and introduces viewers to<br />

their vibrant beauty and the people who have dedicated<br />

their lives to preserving them for future generations.
<br />

Approx. 57 minutes
<br />

DVD
852959001207 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001214 $29.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/stateparks/<br />

SPJ Award<br />

2011-12<br />

<strong>Hoosier</strong> Hospitality: Craft Beer<br />

<strong>Hoosier</strong> Hospitality: Craft Beer is an hour-long<br />

travelogue and informative television documentary<br />

that takes you on an arm-chair journey into the world<br />

of craft beer and micro-brewing in <strong>Indiana</strong>. Viewers<br />

will get a unique behind-the-scenes tour of three of the<br />

larger breweries in <strong>Indiana</strong>: Broad Ripple Brewpub,<br />

Three Floyds Brewing Company, and Upland Brewing<br />

Company. Plus, viewers receive a brief look at the<br />

history of beer in <strong>Indiana</strong>, as well as lessons on basic<br />

craft beer ingredients, pairing foods and cooking<br />

with craft beer, and how to get started making your<br />

own craft beer.
<br />

Approx. 57 minutes<br />

DVD
852959001337 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001344 $29.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/hoosierhospitality/craftbeer/<br />

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indiana university press<br />

<strong>Hoosier</strong> Hospitality: Wine<br />

This hour-long television documentary showcases<br />

the people who make up <strong>Indiana</strong>’s wine industry<br />

and how they strive for a high quality product.<br />

The program traces the rich history of <strong>Indiana</strong> wines<br />

from the site of America’s first successful commercial<br />

winery, through Prohibition and up to the current day.<br />

Viewers get a unique behind-the-scenes look at<br />

seven wineries in <strong>Indiana</strong>, plus a look at several<br />

other small <strong>Indiana</strong> wineries. We’ll also<br />

visit two of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s Wine Festivals.<br />

Approx. 57 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001803 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001603 $29.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/hoosierhospitality<br />

Make Your Own Kind of Music:<br />

The <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Singing <strong>Hoosier</strong>s<br />

Make Your Own Kind of Music is the best kind of<br />

concert film—great music performed by America’s<br />

most-celebrated show choir, the 100-member Singing<br />

<strong>Hoosier</strong>s. Combining traditional classics by Cole<br />

Porter, the Gershwins and Hoagy Carmichael with<br />

pop medleys and show tunes, Make Your Own Kind<br />

of Music is an entertaining hour of song and dance.<br />

Approx. 57 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001542 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001559 $29.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/singinghoosiers/<br />

Wilderness Plots:<br />

Songs and Stories of the Prairie<br />

Local songwriters share their collection of songs<br />

inspired by Scott Russell Sanders’s collection of stories<br />

about settling the American frontier.
Wilderness<br />

Plots: Songs and Stories of the Prairie features a<br />

selection of these songs in performance and readings<br />

by Sanders, all complemented by interviews with the<br />

artists and views of the southern <strong>Indiana</strong> scenery.<br />

Features Tim Grimm, Carrie Newcomer, Krista Detor,<br />

Tom Roznowski, and Michael White.
<br />

Approx. 57 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001122 $19.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/wildernessplots/<br />

Wilderness Plots in Concert<br />

WTIU’s Wilderness Plots in Concert is a 90-minute<br />

television show featuring five of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s most<br />

beloved singers/songwriters performing their songs<br />

inspired by the book Wilderness Plots, by<br />

Scott Russell Sanders.<br />

Approx. 95 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001368 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001351$29.95<br />

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Cine<br />

Golden Eagle<br />

<strong>2012</strong><br />

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Public Television<br />

Saving Places: Preserving <strong>Indiana</strong>’s<br />

Architectural Heritage<br />

Saving Places tells the stories of individuals<br />

who are engaged in revitalizing, protecting, and<br />

preserving our historic places in <strong>Indiana</strong>. This video<br />

documentary visits four sites from across <strong>Indiana</strong>:<br />

Wilson Bridge near Delphi; The John Jay Center<br />

for Learning in Portland; Lyles Station School near<br />

Princeton; and the Maple Grove Road Historic<br />

District near Bloomington.
<br />

Approx. 55 minutes
<br />

DVD
852959001320 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001313 $29.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/savingplaces/<br />

Our Town: Columbus<br />

Columbus, <strong>Indiana</strong>’s motto is “Unexpected,<br />

Unforgettable.” Our Town: Columbus tells the<br />

story of this truly surprising city, from its origins<br />

as a small agricultural community to its modern<br />

incarnation as a multicultural city, home to one of<br />

the world’s most impressive collections of modern<br />

buildings, and one of the country’s most dynamic<br />

corporations.<br />

Approx. 57 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001504 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001511 $29.95<br />

www.indiana.edu/~radiotv/wtiu/ourtown/columbus.html<br />

OUR TOWN: BEDFORD<br />

Bedford is known as the Limestone Capital of the<br />

World. However, there is much more to appreciate<br />

in this community, including the historical<br />

museum, the community theater, Otis Park, local<br />

manufacturers, and the annual Christmas Parade<br />

of Lights.<br />

Approx. 50 minutes<br />

DVD
852959001016 $19.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/<br />

Our Town: martinsville<br />

This documentary on Martinsville explores the<br />

history of the city including its mineral water,<br />

floods, reputation, current industry, famous people,<br />

and the future. Included are segments on Albert<br />

‘Doc’ Merritt, John Wooden, Twigg Aerospace,<br />

Form-Tec, The Candy Kitchen, Grassyfork Fishery,<br />

and the Morgan County Cancer Center. The<br />

documentary also explores the city’s future and how<br />

I-69 will have an impact.<br />

Approx 57 minutes;<br />

extended version 1 hour, 26 minutes<br />

DVD
852959001114 $19.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/<br />

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OUR TOWN: TERRE HAUTE<br />

Tells the story of Terre Haute, <strong>Indiana</strong>, from<br />

its origins as a trading post on the banks of the<br />

Wabash River in the early 1800s to today’s modern,<br />

thriving city with a fast-developing Riverscape<br />

Project. The hour-long documentary takes you on<br />

a journey through the history of the town known as<br />

the “Queen City of the Wabash”—a truly American<br />

tale full of inspiring triumphs, dramatic setbacks,<br />

and surprising twists and turns.<br />

Approx. 56 minutes<br />

with 22 minutes of bonus material<br />

DVD
852959001276 $19.95<br />

Blu-ray 852959001283 $29.95<br />

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Our Town: Greencastle<br />

The program includes segments on the history,<br />

economy, folklore, and people of Greencastle.<br />

Viewers will learn about the Heritage Wall; the<br />

impact of IBM leaving the community; DePauw<br />

<strong>University</strong>; the national road; the fire that burned<br />

most of the town in 1874; the history of the Buzz<br />

Bomb on the courthouse square; the Monon Bell<br />

rivalry; People Pathways; the Putnam County<br />

Fair; and the John Dillinger bank robbery in 1933.<br />

Current industry is also featured with segments on<br />

Dixie Chopper and Buzzie Unicem, formerly Lone<br />

Star Industries.<br />

Approx. 1 hour, 11 minutes<br />

DVD
852959001111 $19.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/<br />

OUR TOWN: SEYMOUR<br />

With a colorful history, a vibrant downtown, and<br />

expanding industrial, service, and cultural sectors,<br />

Seymour, <strong>Indiana</strong>, is a town on the move. Its roots<br />

are in the railroad and its proximity to major<br />

highways continues to make Seymour an important<br />

transportation and industrial center.<br />

Approx. 42 minutes<br />

DVD
852959001085 $19.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/<br />

OUR TOWN: SPENCER<br />

It’s the character of the people of Spencer that<br />

makes, and has always made, this community of<br />

2,700 residents a wonderful place to live. This<br />

documentary profiles nationally renowned artist<br />

Ken Bucklew and local “walker” and patriot Tom<br />

Hamilton. It shows neighboring McCormick’s<br />

Creek State Park in its spring glory and then stops<br />

in at the YMCA and at a local auction to reveal<br />

some of the town’s unique sites and sounds. The<br />

visit ends with a brief look at how the medical<br />

devices industry in the form of Boston Scientific<br />

Corporation and Cook Urological offer a prosperous<br />

present and an optimistic future.<br />

Approx. 39 minutes<br />

DVD
852959001382 $19.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/<br />

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Columbus, <strong>Indiana</strong>:<br />

Different by Design<br />

It may be a town of 36,000 people, but Columbus<br />

ranks with five of America’s biggest cities when<br />

it comes to architecture. Six of its buildings, built<br />

between 1942 and 1965, are National Historic<br />

Landmarks, and 60 other buildings sustain the<br />

Bartholomew County capital seat’s reputation<br />

as a showcase of modern architecture. This<br />

documentary tells the story of this charming<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> town’s distinctive buildings—their special<br />

features, their architects, and the community<br />

that lives among them.<br />

Approx. 87 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001405 $19.95<br />

indianapublicmedia.org/columbus<br />

Cine<br />

Golden Eagle<br />

2004<br />

Spanning Time:<br />

America’s Covered Bridges<br />

Explores the affection Americans have for covered<br />

bridges. The program looks at preservation efforts,<br />

history, construction, tourism, and why covered<br />

bridges are important.
The program includes<br />

interviews with preservationists, engineers, builders,<br />

restoration experts, tourists, historians, and covered<br />

bridge aficionados. Because the bridges are often<br />

located on rural roads, the program provides<br />

incredible scenery from around the country.
<br />

Approx. 57 minutes<br />

DVD 852959001399 $19.95<br />

Cine<br />

Golden Eagle<br />

2000<br />

West Baden Springs:<br />

Save of the Century<br />

The story of the rise, demise, and restoration of the<br />

West Baden Springs Hotel, a structure known around<br />

the world for its jaw-dropping dome and innovative<br />

architecture. This production documents the hotel<br />

from the spa’s glory days to the historic restoration of<br />

the property.<br />

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Divided Paths, Common Ground<br />

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James A. Huston<br />

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Family Farming in <strong>Indiana</strong> to 1880<br />

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<strong>Hoosier</strong> Home Remedies<br />

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