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Finger Lakes

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For more than a century, the natural scenic beauty of the Finger Lakes has drawn generations of tourists. The vineyards, glens, and steamers that made the region famous are displayed through the vintage images in this volume. These postcards capture

Finger Lakes

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For more than a century, the natural scenic beauty of the Finger Lakes has drawn generations of tourists. The vineyards, glens, and steamers that made the region famous are displayed through the vintage images in this volume. These postcards capture the lively and dynamic atmosphere that has kept visitors flocking to the area for years, eager to mail a piece of their memories back home.

Dance of the Thunder Dogs

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As "the new heir apparent to Tony Hillerman,"* Kirk Mitchell brings us back to Indian country with investigator for the Bureau of Indian Affairs Emmett Parker, "a great guy to keep around." (New York Times Book Review)

Sky Woman Falling

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*She's an FBI Special Agent and Modoc Indian. He's a Bureau of Indian Affairs Investigator and Comanche. Together, Anna Turnipseed and Emmett Parker have proven to be "a memorable literary pair" (Publishers Weekly). Now, they're called u

Flying High

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In the beginning of the twentieth century, women weredemanding more freedom. What could bring more freedomthan a chance to fly? Women went up in those early wire-andfabric contraptions to gain independence, to make money, or to make their names as pilots. They sought to prove that women pilots could do just as well as men-and some did far better. Flying High: Pioneer Women in American Aviation tells the story of Blanche Stuart Scott, who made $5,000 a week andbroke forty-one bones; of Harriet Quimby, who flew the English Channel handily and then fell to her death in five feet of water near Boston Harbor; of Ruth Law and Katherine Stinson, who set American distance flying records-all before any of them were allowed to vote. Flying High: Pioneer Women in American Aviation also tells the tales of women behind the scenes-the financiers, engineers, and factory workers-from the earliest days of flying to victory in World War II. These stories of the first female flyers are told in rare, vintage photographs, many previously unpublished, from the archives of the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum.

Bath

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Bath is the home of America's oldest county fair. The commmunity was planned as western New York's "Queen City," a great metropolis, with broad tree-lined boulevards and spacious squares. Airplanes and ladders were made here, and four railroads-from

Bath

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Bath is the home of America's oldest county fair. The commmunity was planned as western New York's "Queen City," a great metropolis, with broad tree-lined boulevards and spacious squares. Airplanes and ladders were made here, and four railroads-from the "champagne train" to the "kick and push" line-ran through town. Today, Bath remains a town of wide avenues, well-kept greens, dramatic cliffs, busy dairies, and the famous fair that has been held every year for nearly two centuries. Bath serves as the welcoming, wide-open back door to the Finger Lakes.

Flying High

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In the beginning of the twentieth century, women were demanding more freedom. What could bring more freedom than a chance to fly? Women went up in those early wire-and-fabric contraptions to gain independence, to make money, or to make their names as

Corning

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Lenses for railroad lanterns, cut glass for the White House table, Thomas Edison's first light bulb-the glass for all of these was made in Corning, the glass capital of America, the Crystal City. From 1880 to World War I, newfound wealth sparked a sp

Corning

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Lenses for railroad lanterns, cut glass for the White House table, Thomas Edison's first light bulb-the glass for all of these was made in Corning, the glass capital of America, the Crystal City. From 1880 to World War I, newfound wealth sparked a spending and building boom that shaped the city. Corning recaptures the city's gilded age, the boom days when tax-free fortunes could be made-and lost-overnight. Vintage photographs show elephants and buffalo parading down Market Street, the Drake family giving recitals on its home pipe organ, churches and public buildings rising, carriages giving way to motorcars, and huge summer homes springing up on the Finger Lakes.

Watkins Glen Racing

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The war was won, the Depression was over, and Americans were back on the road. From all across the nation, sports car drivers converged on Watkins Glen to race through the gorges, hills, and village streets of western New York. Over the years, the course has evolved from its humble beginnings on streets lined with hay bales to the modern closed track that plays host to NASCAR today. Through vintage photographs, primarily from the International Motor Racing Research Center at Watkins Glen, Watkins Glen Racing chronicles the history of the track with early drivers, like Cameron Argetsinger, Phil Walters, and Dave Garroway, vintage cars, hairpin turns, and death-defying races.

Watkins Glen Racing

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The war was won, the Depression was over, and Americans were back on the road. From all across the nation, sports car drivers converged on Watkins Glen to race through the gorges, hills, and village streets of western New York. Over the years, the co

Glenn H. Curtiss

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Glenn Curtiss beat even the Wright brothers (who sued him bitterly) to get pilot s license No. 1 in America. He teamed with Alexander Graham Bell, helped develop the moving wing part known as the aileron, introduced tricycle landing gear, made the fi

Glenn H. Curtiss

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Glenn Curtiss beat even the Wright brothers (who sued him bitterly) to get pilot's license No. 1 in America. He teamed with Alexander Graham Bell, helped develop the moving wing part known as the aileron, introduced tricycle landing gear, made the first airplane sales, and turned aeronautics into a multimillion dollar business. His innovations ranged from the Curtiss Pusher to the hydroaeroplane, the flying boat, and the Curtiss Jenny. Curtiss, his engines, and his airplanes dominated the world of early aviation on this side of the Atlantic. Glenn H. Curtiss: Aviation Pioneer charts Curtiss's breakneck course across two continents, North America and Europe, setting speed and distance records, experimenting with military applications, always striving for a safer, faster airplane. Fostering both water flyers and shipboard landing, he became the Father of Naval Aviation. But even the skies were not wide enough for the busy brain of Curtiss. Glenn H. Curtiss: Aviation Pioneer also tracks his dizzying ride from a village bicycle shop to record-smashing motorcycle races, futuristic travel trailers, and city building in the Florida land boom.

The Spin Doctor

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When Kurt Sonnenfeld calls police to report his young, beautiful wife is dying with a bullet in her head, he alleges she shot herself. Police think otherwise. Prosecutors claim that hidden behind the façade of the charming videographer were personal issues that eroded his relationship with his advertising executive wife, Nancy, who filed separation papers. He is arrested for murder but soon is released. However, a rising star in the Denver prosecutor's office is convinced he is guilty and a warrant has again been issued for his arrest. But Sonnenfeld has already left the country. Although still a murder suspect, Sonnenfeld has become one of the most visible public figures in his new home in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as he fights extradition. Sonnenfeld, a former FEMA employee, claims his footage of Ground Zero in the week after 9/11 proves that top United States government officials were aware of the 2001 terrorist attacks before they occurred and that he is a victim of a U.S. plot to silence him. The Spin Doctor tells the fascinating story of a man indicted for murder who has convinced people of influence that he is not a cold-hearted killer, but instead a brave hero.

The Spin Doctor

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When Kurt Sonnenfeld calls police to report his young, beautiful wife is dying with a bullet in her head, he alleges she shot herself. Police think otherwise. Prosecutors claim that hidden behind the façade of the charming videographer were pers

Enemy Unseen

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Enemy UnseenTransporting a diplomatic party is nothing new for Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise - but this particular mission promises trouble from the start. For one thing, the wife of

Windows on a Lost World

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Windows On A Lost WorldWhile Captain Kirk and a landing party from the Starship Enterprise explore the ruins of an ancient civilization on the uninhabited planet Careta IV, they discover strange devices t

Windows on a Lost World

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Windows On A Lost World While Captain Kirk and a landing party from the Starship Enterprise explore the ruins of an ancient civilization on the uninhabited planet Careta IV, they discover strange devices that appear to be windows. But the mysterious windows prove to be more than they seem when Kirk, Chekov, and two security guards enter them and disappear. Suddenly, Kirk and his team find themselves find themselves trapped in a strange alien enviorment and must fight with all their strength to survive and keep their sanity. Now Spock must locate his missing comrades and solve the window's ancient mysteries before his captain and crewmates are lost forever.

Enemy Unseen

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Enemy Unseen Transporting a diplomatic party is nothing new for Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise - but this particular mission promises trouble from the start. For one thing, the wife of the Federation ambassador on this trip is an old flame of Kirk's - she's determined to see that they resume their romance where they left off. Of course, when another ambassador presents Kirk with three of his wives, finding time for the first romance, let alone any of his other duties, is going to prove nearly impossible. When a diplomatic attache` is murdered, and the prime suspect is one of his crewmembers, Kirk begins to wish that Starfleet Command would consider using some other Starship to ferry diplomatic personnel.
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