Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: 9781564149718
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 319
Author: Kathleen Marden
Publisher: Career Press

Download and read online Captured in PDF and EPUB An analysis of the famous 1961 alien-abduction story draws on previously unpublished information, hypnosis session transcripts and the observations of Betty Hill's niece to provide a full account of everything that actually happened, sharing additional coverage of the Hills' life after going public and Betty's subsequent work as a UFO investigator.


Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: 9780061976315
Release Date: 2009-09-29
Number of pages: 384
Author: Beverly Jenkins
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Captured in PDF and EPUB Captured is a high-stakes historical romance from Beverly Jenkins, award-winning author of Night Song and Jewel, in which a stunning young slave and a roguish privateer share forbidden passion on the high seas.


Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: 0132118467
Release Date: 2010-10-01
Number of pages: 312
Author: Moose Peterson
Publisher: Pearson Education

Download and read online Captured in PDF and EPUB Captured: Behind the Lens of a Legendary Wildlife Photographer is more than just a photography book—it's a chronicle of more than 30 years' worth of unbelievable moments that only nature can reveal. And Moose Peterson is more than just a wildlife photographer—he's a storyteller in both prose and pictures. If you're looking for the ultimate guide to wildlife photography from a man who has devoted his entire career to capturing nature's finest and most rare moments, you'll find it here in Captured. If you're looking to be transported into the wild to confront a grizzly bear and her cubs, stumble upon a pack of wolves, or capture an owl in flight, you'll find it here, as well. You'll also find a healthy dose of inspiration as the stories behind the photos are revealed as only Moose can tell them. In the end, you'll come away with invaluable photographic techniques gained through a lifetime of experience and a new appreciation for the passion of wildlife photography. You'll gain knowledge that you can put to use on your next excursion into the wild, your local or state park, or even your own backyard.

The Captured

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ISBN: 1429910119
Release Date: 2007-04-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Scott Zesch
Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Download and read online The Captured in PDF and EPUB On New Year's Day in 1870, ten-year-old Adolph Korn was kidnapped by an Apache raiding party. Traded to Comaches, he thrived in the rough, nomadic existence, quickly becoming one of the tribe's fiercest warriors. Forcibly returned to his parents after three years, Korn never adjusted to life in white society. He spent his last years in a cave, all but forgotten by his family. That is, until Scott Zesch stumbled over his own great-great-great uncle's grave. Determined to understand how such a "good boy" could have become Indianized so completely, Zesch travels across the west, digging through archives, speaking with Comanche elders, and tracking eight other child captives from the region with hauntingly similar experiences. With a historians rigor and a novelists eye, Zesch's The Captured paints a vivid portrait of life on the Texas frontier, offering a rare account of captivity.


Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: 1862546339
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 40
Author: Alex Makeyev
Publisher: Wakefield Press

Download and read online Captured in PDF and EPUB This book of photographs captures an exhilarating ten year history of the Leigh Warren and Dancers dance company.


Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: 9781847373977
Release Date: 2010-03-23
Number of pages: 245
Author: Neil Cross
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Captured in PDF and EPUB Even though he is still young, Kenny has just weeks to live. Before he dies, he wants to find his childhood best friend Callie Barton and thank her for the kindness she showed him when they were at school together. But when Kenny begins his search, he discovers that Callie Barton has gone missing. Although cleared of any involvement, her husband Jonathan seems to be hiding something. Kenny has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. And knowing that time is running out on him, he's prepared to do whatever it takes . . .

Captured by the Indians

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ISBN: 9780486130736
Release Date: 2012-04-27
Number of pages: 384
Author: Frederick Drimmer
Publisher: Courier Corporation

Download and read online Captured by the Indians in PDF and EPUB Astounding eyewitness accounts of Indian captivity by people who lived to tell the tale. Fifteen true adventures recount suffering and torture, bloody massacres, relentless pursuits, miraculous escapes, and adoption into Indian tribes.


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Author: Marie Kelly
Publisher: marie kelly

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Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: 9781612511238
Release Date: 2012-10-22
Number of pages: 288
Author: Roger Mansell
Publisher: Naval Institute Press

Download and read online Captured in PDF and EPUB Prior to the outbreak of the Pacific War, Guam was a paradise for U.S. military and civilian employees stationed on the island. Shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor, however, the Japanese invaded the tiny island, captured the Americans, and shipped them to Japan. Drawing on interviews with survivors, diaries, and archival records, the author documents the mostly unknown story of these American POWs. The men endured horrific hardships, many of which are chronicled in this book for the first time. Also included are moving stories of their liberation, transportation home, and the aftermath of their ordeal.


Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: 9780820343525
Release Date: 2012-03-15
Number of pages: 384
Author: Frances B. Cogan
Publisher: University of Georgia Press

Download and read online Captured in PDF and EPUB More than five thousand American civilian men, women, and children living in the Philippines during World War II were confined to internment camps following Japan's late December 1941 victories in Manila. Captured tells the story of daily life in five different camps--the crowded housing, mounting familial and international tensions, heavy labor, and increasingly severe malnourishment that made the internees' rescue a race with starvation. Frances B. Cogan explores the events behind this nearly four-year captivity, explaining how and why this little-known internment occurred. A thorough historical account, the book addresses several controversial issues about the internment, including Japanese intentions toward their prisoners and the U.S. State Department's role in allowing the presence of American civilians in the Philippines during wartime. Supported by diaries, memoirs, war crimes transcripts, Japanese soldiers' accounts, medical data, and many other sources, Captured presents a detailed and moving chronicle of the internees' efforts to survive. Cogan compares living conditions within the internment camps with life in POW camps and with the living conditions of Japanese soldiers late in the war. An afterword discusses the experiences of internment survivors after the war, combining medical and legal statistics with personal anecdotes to create a testament to the thousands of Americans whose captivity haunted them long after the war ended.

Captured by Aliens

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ISBN: 0806524960
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 352
Author: Joel Achenbach
Publisher: Citadel Press

Download and read online Captured by Aliens in PDF and EPUB An examination of both sides of the extraterrestrial debate places it into the context of the space program, discoveries in astronomy, and the human quest for meaning, discussing the contributions of numerous scientists, ufologists, and spiritualists. Reprint.


Filename: captured.pdf
ISBN: NYPL:33433076067135
Release Date: 1906
Number of pages: 349
Author: Charles King

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Captured in the Middle

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ISBN: 0295800739
Release Date: 2011-10-01
Number of pages: 180
Author: Sidner Larson
Publisher: University of Washington Press

Download and read online Captured in the Middle in PDF and EPUB Sidner Larson�s Captured in the Middle embodies the very nature of Indian storytelling, which is circular, drawing upon the personal experiences of the narrator at every turn. Larson teaches about contemporary American Indian literature by describing his own experiences as a child on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana and as a professor at the University of Oregon. Larson argues that contemporary Native American literary criticism is stalled. On one hand are the scholars who portray Indians stereotypically, assuming that the experiences of all tribal groups have largely been the same. On the other hand are those scholars who focus on the �authenticity� of the writer. In contrast, Larson considers the scholarship of Vine Deloria, Jr., who has a genuine understanding of the balance required in dealing with these issues. Two writers who have successfully redescribed many of the contemporary romantic stereotypes are James Welch and Louise Erdrich, both northern Plains Indians whose works are markedly different, their writing highlighting the disparate ways tribal groups have responded to colonization. Larson describes Indians today as postapocalyptic peoples who have already lived through the worst imaginable suffering. By confronting the issues of fear, suppression, and lost identity through literature, Indians may finally move forward to imagine and create for themselves a better future, serving as models for the similarly fractured cultures found throughout the world today.

Captured by the Navajos

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ISBN: 9781465512659
Release Date: 1925
Number of pages:
Author: Charles Albert Curtis
Publisher: Library of Alexandria

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Captured Heritage

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ISBN: 0774805374
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 373
Author: Douglas Cole
Publisher: UBC Press

Download and read online Captured Heritage in PDF and EPUB The heyday of anthropological collecting on the Northwest Coast took place between 1875 and the Great Depression. The scramble for skulls and skeletons, poles, canoes, baskets, feast bowls, and masks went on until it seemed that almost everything not nailed down or hidden was gone. The period of most intense collecting on the coast coincided with the growth of anthropological museums, which reflected the realization that time was running out and that civilization was pushing the indigenous people to the wall, destroying their material culture and even extinguishing the native stock itself. Douglas Cole examines the process of collecting in the context of the development of museums and anthropology. The main North American museums with Northwest Coast collections -- the Smithsonian Institution, the American Museum of Natural History, Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History, the Royal British Columbia Museum, and the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa -- were intense rivals in the race against time. For the new edition of Captured Heritage, Douglas Cole has written a preface in which he outlines developments since the book's first publication in 1985. Since that time, for example, the Kwagiulth Museum and Cultural Center on Quadra Island and the U'Mista Museum and Cultural Center at Alert Bay have been successful in having some of their artifacts repatriated.