The Great Dissent A gripping intellectual history reveals how Oliver Wendell Holmes became a free?speech advocate and established the modern understanding of the First AmendmentNo right seems more fundamental to American public life than freedom of speech. Yet well into the twentieth century, that freedom was still an unfulfilled promise, with Americans regularly imprisoned merely for speaking out against governmen... Full description
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Get ready for adventure as ghost town expert Philip Varney takes you on a tour of the Pacific Northwest’s most fascinating historic ghost towns, mining camps, fishing villages, lumber towns, and historic forts of Oregon, Washington, and southern British Columbia. With intriguing anecdotes, current travel information, maps, and outstanding color and historical photographs, this thoroughly practical book serves as both a fascinating history of the Northwest and British Columbia and a trustworthy travel guide to the region’s ghost towns. If you’re an armchair traveler, you’ll appreciate the rich color photographs and descriptive text that bring the region to life. With chapters arranged geographically and featuring detailed maps, this pictorial guide makes traveling the area a breeze. About the Author and Photographers: Long-time ghost-town hunter Philip Varney is the author of Voyageur Press’s "Ghost Towns of Colorado" and "Ghost Towns of Northern California." He regularly contributes to "Arizona Highways" magazine and frequently leads travel groups on ghost-town tours. John and Susan Drew’s work has been published worldwide in calendars, magazines, and books, including Voyageur Press’s "Ghost Towns of Colorado" and "Ghost Towns of Northern California."
"The book has a real reference value, but it will also offer … hours of enjoyable reading." — Library JournalFrom flying kites in early spring to hunting and fishing during the glorious days of Indian summer, author Eric Sloane takes readers through a year s activities as he applies his reverent touch to yet another fascinating aspect of early American life. From "sugaring-time," spring plowing, and June weddings, to strawberry picking, weeding season, the fall harvest, and cider-making, his winning book recalls the rustic endeavors of not so long ago, when the time of year determined when a tree was to be chopped down, fences rebuilt, and tree stumps pulled out.More than 70 of the author s own pen-and-ink drawings charmingly depict cider mills and presses, sleds, pumps and wells, axes, plows, and other elements of America s rural heritage. A section of old recipes and household hints adds additional color and practical value to this delightful book."Anyone with an eye for antiques and a yen to know America from the roots up will treasure this detailed record of seasonal life in new England." — Chicago Sunday Tribune
ABS 417 Week 3 Assignment Final Draft Paper
The work ABS 417 Week 3 Assignment Final Draft Paper has the review of this topic: "Racial Prejudice Then & Now".