STURTEVANT BOOK REFERENCES
Sturtevant, B.F. Co
Title: THE EIGHTH WONDER.
Imprint : Boston, B.F. Sturtevant Co.,
Description: Ed.1, 64, maps, illus., v.g.
Reference: +Building the Holland Tunnel, connecting NY. & NJ.
Title: Orchids on a Waste Hillside
Here is Marilyn
's own story of missionary work in the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Author: Lyman De Platt
Title: Jeremiah Leavitt II and Sarah
Publisher: Private Publication
The history of some of the Pilgrim descendants around Vermont, USA
Title: Carbine and Lance: The Story of Old Fort Sill
Publisher: Norman: University of Oklahoma Press,
Date: 1937; 3d ed. 1969.
, William C. ed.
Title: Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 5
, William C. ed.
Title: Handbook of North American Indians. Vol. 7.
Washington, D.C. 1990.
encyclopaedic coverage using both the topical and "tribal" approach
Author: Heizer, Robert F., ed.
Title: Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 8 California,
ed. by William C.
Washington D.C., 1978.
A collection of essays by leading authorities, comprehensively reviewing all
aspects of indigenous life in Califoria, including language, prehistory, social
organization, relationship with the U.S. government (e.g. treaties), and more.
A strength is that each of the sketches covers a region or native tribe in
California and has an extensive list of references for further research.
Title: A History of Genetics
is a vivid description of the beginnings and development of classical genetics.
Title: Linguistic Change
Date: (1917, reprinted 1961)
was an important text in Indo-European comparative linguistics,
Title: At the Sign of the Star.
Date: Oct. 2000.
ISBN 0-374-30449-1. LC number unavailable.
'Restoration London in the year 1677 comes alive through the eyes of
12-year-old Meg Moore, the motherless only child of a bookseller whose home and
place of business is, as the title conveys, "at the sign of the Star."
'Good historical fiction with a strong female heroine set in a time and place
not often portrayed in books for this audience.'
From the Hoover Institutional Archives 1914-1918
Printed pamphlet, 1915.
Summary: Relates to American ambulance service in France.
Ray has written over 30 books on aviation subjects and is world reknown for his
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