The third novel in this sequence sees the War of the Two Directions between the rulers and the ruled take on a new and brutal intensity. 200 years from now, the Chinese rule our world under an iron authority and Change itself has been ...
Author: David Wingrove
The third novel in this sequence sees the War of the Two Directions between the rulers and the ruled take on a new and brutal intensity. 200 years from now, the Chinese rule our world under an iron authority and Change itself has been outlawed.
These 57 tales (with seven variants) gathered between 1931 and 1936 include major cycles dealing with Creation and Coyote, minor tales, and additional stories derived from Spanish and Mexican tradition.
Author: Grenville Goodwin
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Category: Social Science
These 57 tales (with seven variants) gathered between 1931 and 1936 include major cycles dealing with Creation and Coyote, minor tales, and additional stories derived from Spanish and Mexican tradition. The tales are of two classes: holy tales said by some to expalin the origin of ceremonies and holy powers, and tales which have to do with the creation of the earth, the emergence, the flood, the slaying of monsters, and the origin of customs. As Goodwin was the first anthropologist to work with the White Mountain Apache, his insights remain a primary souce on this people.
“Hmm. Looks like it says 'The White Mountain.'” He shrugged. “The White Mountain? Any idea what it means? Ain't that some kind of flour?” “Nah, that's White Fields. There's more down at the bottom, too,” Tucker said.
They put, for him, a light brown mountain, inside of which, cattle, goats, sheep, pigs, horses, mules, and donkeys were living. All these are the food of white people. In this mountain also were guns, blankets, and all kinds of metals.
Author: Pliny Goddard
These myths and tales are the free translations of texts recorded in the dialect of the White Mountain Apache. The texts themselves with word for word translations follow as Part IV of the volume. They were recorded, with one exception, during the winter of 1910 as a part of the studies made in the Southwest under the yearly grant of Mr. Archer M. Huntington. The creation myth, secured from Noze, differs in important incidents from the versions given above from the San Carlos as well as from versions secured from other White Mountain Apache. It should not be assumed that these differences are tribal, it is more probable that they are individual, since forms from the San Carlos and Navajo are closely similar to each other. The greater number of the remaining narratives were secured from the father of Frank Crockett, the interpreter employed. Several of these are ceremonial and religious in their character and probably would not have been given except for the son's influence. Two of these were later secured from San Carlos informants in more extended form but highly corroborative in their general agreement. The main purpose in recording these narratives was to secure sufficient and varied connected texts in the dialect of the White Mountain Apache. As a collection of mythology and folklore it is probably far from complete. It is assumed, however, to be fairly representative.
Horn Mountains PRUSKOKWIM Red Devil gets mine Sleetmute Swift WHITE MOUNTAIN Stony River Holitna River River 1 ANCHOR AGE 150 ° W 158 ° W 154 ° W FIGURE 1. - Index and Location Map , White Mountain , Alaska .
During this ride , the lover of mountain scenery will find much to gratify and please him . The most noted mountains he passes , are Whiteface and Chocorua . Just before entering Eaton , the road winds for some distance along the shore ...
Locations of sampling stations on the White Mountain National Forest . ME whom м NH MA CT क N at 100 10 Kabiny Km Microsoft Access 971 , a relational database , was used for storing and analyzing the stream chemistry data .
Infrequent in the White Mountains due to preference for clayey habitats . Collected on soil at base of circumneutral ledges by Wiggin Trail . CLEAVITT 1354. ( 1 ) Oxystegus tenuirostris ( Hook . & Tayl . ) A.J.E. Sm . Found on mineral ...
In no case were capacity , changes in capacity , or relative capacity of the White Mountain resorts significant . White Mountain relative capacity has increased over time , but the variable was highly correlated with time itself .
Release on 2010 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Natural Resources
( i ) for the Bureau to carry out oversight of the planning , design , and construction of the rural water system ; ( ii ) to repay any outstanding balance on the loan authorized by the White Mountain Apache Tribe Rural Water System ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Natural Resources
Category: Salt River (Gila County and Maricopa County, Ariz.)
INTRODUCTION land east The White Mountains are sentinels to the Great North Woods and the silent jewels in the wilderness of the Granite State . The White Mountains have been well described as nature's mammoth museum since geologists ...
Author: Bruce D. Heald
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
The White Mountain National Forest and Great North Woods have been described as "nature's mammoth museum." This is a land of many lakes and rivers, mountains and waterfalls, and pristine natural splendor, abundant with historic charm. The White Mountain National Forest was established by presidential proclamation in 1918. It owes its existence to the passage of the Weeks Act of 1911, which enabled the federal government to purchase land and establish a national forest in New Hampshire's White Mountains. It is one of the most visited natural sites in the country, and tourists from all over the world make seasonal visits to this recreational haven. This book takes the reader on a historical journey through the national forest, including the majesty and grandeur of the Presidential Range, Great Gulf Wilderness, Pemigewasset Wilderness, and Sandwich Range Wilderness, as well as Franconia Notch, Pinkham Notch, Crawford Notch, and Great North Woods.
New HAMPSHIRE The " he White Mountains attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year , all fascinated by the natural beauty of the area and awestruck each season anew by what the region has to offer .
Author: David Emerson
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
The White Mountains attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, all fascinated by the natural beauty of the area and awestruck each season anew by what the region has to offer. Adventurous city-dwellers began arriving almost as soon as carriages and dirt roads could carry them. As the number of visitors has increased with each passing year, one of the most telling barometers of change in the White Mountains has been the hostelry. This wonderful visual history reveals the history of the hotels, inns, and taverns in the White Mountains, and explains their impact on the area from the mid-nineteenth century to the late twentieth. Travel was an adventure in the mid-nineteenth century--not for the weak of heart--and travelers would generally find accommodations in taverns on stage routes or in local farmhouses. The arrival of "steel roads" made the region much more accessible, and large, opulent hotels were built to cater to the rich and famous while more modest country inns provided a quieter environment for artists and writers seeking sanctuary from the cities. Some of the most fascinating images here portray the opulent lifestyle that was enjoyed amidst the forests and falls of the mountains and capture a sense of serenity that was not to last.
The White Mountain National Forest The White Mountain Forest is a special place . Concern for the White Mountain inspired the 1911 Weeks Act and creation of National Forests in the east . Many interests from across New England came ...
Category: Forest management
Describes the White Mountain National Forest ecosystem according to criteria established by the 1986 Land and resource management plan : White Mountain National Forest.
Release on 1984 | by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry. Subcommittee on Soil and Water Conservation, Forestry, and Environment
The Out Door Club is a Cooperator of the White Mountain National Forest ; approximately 40 miles of hiking trails in the White Mountains are maintained by the Club as well as three shelters on Mt. Whiteface and Mt. Passaconaway .
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry. Subcommittee on Soil and Water Conservation, Forestry, and Environment
Bedrock geologic map of the wildernesses and roadless areas of the White Mountain National Forest , Coos , Carroll and Grafton Counties , New Hampshire . miscellaneous field studies map MF - 1594 - A . U.S. Geological Survey , Reston ...
Introduction - About the White Mountain National Forest The White Mountain National Forest encompasses approximately 796,800 acres in northern New Hampshire ( including Coos , Carroll , and Grafton Counties ) and western Maine ( Oxford ...
Release on 1908 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture
DEAR SIR : I have been notified that the Committee on Agriculture of the House of Representatives is to give a hearing January 30_upon the proposed bill for national forests in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the Appalachians ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture
WHITE. MOUNTAINS. 7. Round trip Loop direction Rating Hiking time Starting elevation High point Elevation gain Best ... and Mount Chocorua White Mountain National Forest Driving directions: Follow Route 113A to Wonalancet Village, ...
Crawford, Lucy, History of the White Mountains [See Morse, Stearns (ed.)] Drake, Samuel Adams, The History of the White Mountains. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1881. Fobes, Charles B., Grafton, Maine—A Human and Geographical Study, ...
Author: Bruce R. Bolnick
Publisher: The Countryman Press
Explore the scenic splendor of the White Mountains of New Hampshire with this guide to the Region’s Waterfalls The White Mountains of New Hampshire are home to many gushing, cascading waterfalls waiting to be discovered. This completely revised and updated edition of Waterfalls of the White Mountains outlines hiking trails ideal for observing the more than 100 waterfalls in the region, no matter experience level or ability. Each hike opens with the trail at a glance overview—including the distance, difficulty, altitude gain, and directions to the starting point. Helpful tips and suggestions are offered throughout, like the best times of year for each hike, best vantage points for viewing the falls, great swimming holes for cooling down, and uncrowded scenic treasures that are perfect for a woodland picnic. Also featuring labeled maps and fascinating short essays on local history and lore, Waterfalls of the White Mountains guides readers through their next excursion to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.