Vol. 4, No. 2, Winter 1945. Stories: 8 Cover: Earl Bergey Theodore Roemer, “The
Last Ten Yards” Herb Kamm, “An Apple for Butch” Sam Merwin ... Hero” C. Paul
Jackson, “Autograph on a Pigskin” Carter Sprague (Sam Merwin, Jr.), “The
Chiseler” Vol. 5, No. 3, Winter 1949. ... “Friday's Children” Richard Brister, “Varsity
Million” Jack Terry, “Johnny on the Spot” Kenny Kenmare (Will F. Jenkins), “Team
Author: Michelle Nolan
This first-ever volume focusing on sports pulp fiction devoted to America's two most popular pastimes of the 1935-1957 era--baseball and football--provides extensive detail on authors, along with examination of key plots, themes, trends and categories. Commentary relates the works to real-life baseball and football of the period. The history of the genre is traced, beginning with the debut of Dime Sport (later renamed Dime Sports), the first magazine from a major publisher to provide competition for Street & Smith's long-established Sport Story Magazine. Complementing the text is a complete catalog of fiction from the six major publishers who competed with S&S, also noting the cover themes for 1,054 issues.
Indian Judicial Land A reas Hilliard, Sam B. "Indian Land Cessions," Annals ... "
Land Cessions West of the Mississippi, " Journal of the West, Vol. 3, no. 3 (July,
1971). Kickingbird and Ducheneaux. One Hundred Million Acres. Sutton. Indian
Land Tenure. Sutton, Imre (ed.). Irredeemable ... 25, no. 4 (Winter, 1982): 2- 19.
Author: Warren A. Beck
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
The 78 maps in this atlas add significant information to the study of the development of the American West, Defined for this resources as those 17 continental states west of the Missouri River. The maps range in chronology from explorations in the sixteenth century to the location of World War II prisoner of war and Japanese internment camps. The atlas includes maps of geographic, flora and fauna data. Maps are on the left pages and narratives about the maps re on the facing pages. Maps are black and white clear and easily read. An Appendix shows Spanish-Mexican land grants, and there is an index. This is an excellent atlas for both middle and high schools. Includes a section on Arkansas aboriginal setting and Native American tribes. Describes European contacts and settlements.
Duluth - Superior elevators handled more than 25 million bushels of wheat in
1890 and had to divert almost 10 million bushels to elevators in the Twin Cities .
... 165. Quoted in Beck , From the Foot of Winter Street , p . 3 . In the Eye of the
Beholder 166. John W. Larson , Essayons : A History of ... Frank E. Kirby , “
Shipping on the Great Lakes , ” in Transactions , vol . ... See Sam H. Schnurr and
Bruce C. Netschert , Energy in the American Economy , 1850–1975 : Its History
and Prospects ...
Author: Bill Beck
Pride of the Inland Seas tells the tale of Duluth-Superior's development during three centuries of political, economic, technological, and social changes. Along the way, it paints a vivid canvas of the port's history against a backdrop of key industries that helped build a young United States: forest products, iron and steel, grain, and coal. It also captures intriguing stories of entrepreneurs who built, loaded, and sailed the ships that have made the Twin Ports synonymous with Great Lakes maritime commerce.
113 and other revenues: Schafer to Merz, 14.1.33, LRA 61.936, SAM; also
Kollmann to BSUK, 5.5.33, BHSA. ... 1 13 "management of the Winter Games":
BSUK to RPMI, 29.8.35, MK 41600, BHSA. 1 13 cost of 2.6 million reichsmarks:
OKWS to RPMI, R8076, Gl 10, BAB. 1 14 "ideas of the ... ed., Mohr — Lowe —
Raute: Beitrage zur Geschichte des Landkreises Garmisch-Partenkirchen, vol. 3 (
Author: David Clay Large
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Athletics and politics collide in a critical event for Nazi Germany and the contemporary world. The torch relay—that staple of Olympic pageantry—first opened the summer games in 1936 in Berlin. Proposed by the Nazi Propaganda Ministry, the relay was to carry the symbolism of a new Germany across its route through southeastern and central Europe. Soon after the Wehrmacht would march in jackboots over the same terrain. The Olympic festival was a crucial part of the Nazi regime's mobilization of power. Nazi Games offers a superb blend of history and sport. The narrative includes a stirring account of the international effort to boycott the games, derailed finally by the American Olympic Committee and the determination of its head, Avery Brundage, to participate. Nazi Games also recounts the dazzling athletic feats of these Olympics, including Jesse Owens's four gold-medal performances and the marathon victory of Korean runner Kitei Son, the Rising Sun of imperial Japan on his bib.
3. Rhoda M. Dorsey, “Comment—Baltimore Foreign Trade,” in David T. Gilchrist,
ed., The Growth ofSeaport Cities, 1790–1825: Proceedings ofa ... Until 1856,
various governments owned $6.8 million of the PRR's $12.4 million in stock.
Author: Albert J. Churella
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
"Do not think of the Pennsylvania Railroad as a business enterprise," Forbes magazine informed its readers in May 1936. "Think of it as a nation." At the end of the nineteenth century, the Pennsylvania Railroad was the largest privately owned business corporation in the world. In 1914, the PRR employed more than two hundred thousand people—more than double the number of soldiers in the United States Army. As the self-proclaimed "Standard Railroad of the World," this colossal corporate body underwrote American industrial expansion and shaped the economic, political, and social environment of the United States. In turn, the PRR was fundamentally shaped by the American landscape, adapting to geography as well as shifts in competitive economics and public policy. Albert J. Churella's masterful account, certain to become the authoritative history of the Pennsylvania Railroad, illuminates broad themes in American history, from the development of managerial practices and labor relations to the relationship between business and government to advances in technology and transportation. Churella situates exhaustive archival research on the Pennsylvania Railroad within the social, economic, and technological changes of nineteenth- and twentieth-century America, chronicling the epic history of the PRR intertwined with that of a developing nation. This first volume opens with the development of the Main Line of Public Works, devised by Pennsylvanians in the 1820s to compete with the Erie Canal. Though a public rather than a private enterprise, the Main Line foreshadowed the establishment of the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1846. Over the next decades, as the nation weathered the Civil War, industrial expansion, and labor unrest, the PRR expanded despite competition with rival railroads and disputes with such figures as Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller. The dawn of the twentieth century brought a measure of stability to the railroad industry, enabling the creation of such architectural monuments as Pennsylvania Station in New York City. The volume closes at the threshold of American involvement in World War I, as the strategies that PRR executives had perfected in previous decades proved less effective at guiding the company through increasingly tumultuous economic and political waters.
( CONF - 900724 Vol.3 : 5. international conference on indoor air quality and
climate , Toronto ( Canada ) , 29 Jul - 3 aug 1990 ) . ... A seasonal pattern of a
winter maximum and a summer minimum was observed for radon and its
progeny conc . ... Of the 109 million people in Sichuan , there were annually
3,000-6,800 people died from lung cancer induced by the ... Battaglia , A. ( CISE
SpA , Segrate ( Italy ) ) ; Capra , D .; Queirazza , G .; Sampaolo , A. Canada
Mortgage and Housing ...
Includes all works deriving from DOE, other related government-sponsored information and foreign nonnuclear information.
The Triumph of Sam Cooke Peter Guralnick ... 12 Million Black Voices. ... vol. 3,
1960– 1963. Sacramento: High Sierra Books, 2002. Gart, Galen, comp. and ed.
ARLD: The American Record Label ... Milford, N.H., and Winter Haven, Fla.
Author: Peter Guralnick
Publisher: Hachette UK
One of the most influential African American singers/songwriters in the late 1950s, Sam Cooke was among the first to blend gospel music and secular themes - the early foundation of soul music. He was the opposite of Elvis: a black performer who appealed to white audiences, who wrote his own songs, who controlled his own business destiny. In Dream Boogie, bestselling author Peter Guralnick captures Sam Cooke's remarkable accomplishment and chronicles his moving and important story, from Cooke's childhood as a choirboy to an adulthood when he was anything but that.
3. Mirvis , “ Human Resource Management , ” pp . 43–56 . 4. Hal Lancaster ,
Managing Your Career , “ That Team ... Chrysler Is Expecting to Announce that
Thousands of Cost Savings Ideas Will Boost 1997 Profit by $ 325 Million , ” The
Wall Street Journal , June 5 , 1997 , p . ... 22 , Iss . 4 , Winter 1993 , pp . ... Aaron
Nurick , “ Facilitating Effective Work Teams , " SAM Advanced Management
Journal , Vol .
Author: Robert N. Lussier
As the subtitle indicates, Lussier's Human Relations in Organizations: Applications and Skill Building employs an applications and skill building approach. It's the most " how to" work with people textbook. This style is perfect for professors that want to incorporate activities and exercises into the classroom, and benefits students who want to understand concepts as well as apply and develop skills that they can use in their daily and professional lives. The text has also been successfully used for online courses. The book and test bank provide a balanced, three-pronged approach: A clear concise understanding of human relations/ organizational behavior concepts; The application of HR/OB concepts for critical thinking in the business world; The development of HR/OB skills.
... Boris Karloff, Lenore Aubert, Gar Moore, Donna (Dona Martel) Martell, Alan
Mowbray, James Flavin, Roland Winters, Nicholas Joy, ... Million Dollar Refund 4.
... Getting a Job 3. Uncle Bozzo 4. Stolen Skates. The Abbott and Costello Show:
Vol. 3 1952 Four episodes of the comedy ... Relive the Iran Hostage Crisis
through a compilation of original reports by ABC News' Ted Koppel and Sam
A guide to programs currently available on video in the areas of movies/entertainment, general interest/education, sports/recreation, fine arts, health/science, business/industry, children/juvenile, how-to/instruction.