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  • Haywood County:: A Brief History

    Nestled in the gateway of the Great Smoky Mountains, Haywood County has a rich, distinct history that has been continually shaped by a variety of factors and factions. Today, Haywood County offers not only unforgettable mountain vistas and a fascinating history, but is also known for its thriving arts community and various cultural organizations. Haywood County: A Brief History guides readers through the many towns contained within Haywood County's borders, and shines a particularly insightful light on Waynesville and its transition from past to present. Writing for historians and the general reader alike, Janet Threlkeld Webb offers a brief but extremely informative account of a precious mountain county in historic western North Carolina.

    • Brand: Brand: History Press
    • ASIN: 1596291753

  • A New Arabic Grammar of the Written Language

    This is a revised second edition of A New Arabic Grammar of the Written Language first published in 1962. It is based on and replaces Thatcher's Arabic Grammar and has a vocabulary of over 4,000 words, almost twice as many as in the old Thatcher, while the number of chapters has been increased from forty-nine to fifty-two.The Supplement contains a number of new features. Apart from selections from the Qur'an, fables, stories, newspaper extracts, advertisements and letters, additional material in the form of extracts from classical and modern Arabic writings and proverbs is included. Appendix A provides a useful introduction to the main colloquial Arabic dialects, Appendix B, a useful reading guide, and Appendix C, further grammatical information not supplied in the first edition.This is above all a practical grammar, not an advanced reference grammar like Wright's. It is meant for the beginner who is not familiar with the peculiarities of Semitic languages. It will meet most students' needs for the first two or three years of their study.

    • Brand: Brand: Lund Humphries Publishers
    • ASIN: 085331585X

  • Butterflies of Alabama: Glimpses into Their Lives (Gosse Nature Guides)

    Butterflies of Alabama is a full-color, richly illustrated guide to the 84 known species of “true” butterflies (Papilionoidea) found within the state’s borders. For more than 14 years, the authors have made a close study of these showy, winged stars of the insect world, pursuing them in a great variety of habitats, rearing them, and photographing their remarkable life cycle stages—egg, larva (caterpillar), pupa (chrysalid or “cocoon”), and adult.Each species account is accompanied by color photographs of live subjects in their natural habitats. Close-ups reveal fascinating details of camouflage, mimicry, coloration, and warning devices. The engaging text explains the highly evolved relationships between butterflies and the plants upon which they depend as well as the specialized adaptations that enable their survival within specific environmental niches. Included are range maps, flight times, caterpillar host plants, adult nectar sources, and identification tips—abundant information to tantalize budding as well as experienced butterfly watchers. In addition, pertinent conservation issues are addressed and appendices provide an annotated checklist of the state’s butterflies, a list of accidentals and strays, information on butterfly organizations, and recommended f...

    • ASIN: 0817355952
    • Part No: 418 illustrations, 86 maps

  • Color and Character: West Charlotte High and the American Struggle over Educational Equality

    At a time when race and inequality dominate national debates, the story of West Charlotte High School illuminates the possibilities and challenges of using racial and economic desegregation to foster educational equality. West Charlotte opened in 1938 as a segregated school that embodied the aspirations of the growing African American population of Charlotte, North Carolina. In the 1970s, when Charlotte began court-ordered busing, black and white families made West Charlotte the celebrated flagship of the most integrated major school system in the nation. But as the twentieth century neared its close and a new court order eliminated race-based busing, Charlotte schools resegregated along lines of class as well as race. West Charlotte became the city's poorest, lowest-performing high school—a striking reminder of the people and places that Charlotte's rapid growth had left behind. While dedicated teachers continue to educate children, the school's challenges underscore the painful consequences of resegregation.Drawing on nearly two decades of interviews with students, educators, and alumni, Pamela Grundy uses the history of a community's beloved school to tell a broader American story of education, community, democracy, and race—all while raising questions about present-day ...

    • ASIN: B06Y3DSLWR

  • Haywood County Tennessee (TN) (Black America)

    Surviving slavery, Reconstruction, poverty, and the Civil Rights tensions of the twentieth century, Haywood County's black community has done much to shape the identity of this historic West Tennessee county. This volume, containing over 200 black-and-white images, highlights the county's settlement, the early slave culture, the legacy of its many soulful and talented musicians, such as Anna Mae Bullock (better known as Tina Turner), the hard-fought strides in bringing education to African-American citizens, the importance of church inmolding the social and spiritual elements of life, and some of the county's most recognizable faces and names.

    • ASIN: 0738506052
    • Part No: illustrations

  • Haywood County (Images of America)

    With its pristine waterways, abundant forests, and teeming wildlife, Haywood County is referred to as a kind of Eden in Cherokee mythology. All natural water flowing through the county originates within its borders. More than a dozen of its peaks rise above 6,000 feet, including Cold Mountain, made famous by the best-selling Charles Frazier novel. Established in 1808, Haywood County developed into a series of farming communities. Waynesville, the county seat, was the site of the last shot of the Civil War east of the Mississippi River and later grew into a popular tourist destination after rail lines were laid through the county in the early 1880s. On the eastern end, Canton thrived with one of the largest paper mills in the nation, still in operation after more than a century. The county is also home to sections of the Appalachian Trail, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

    • ASIN: B0093X82X2

  • Hayward GLX-PCB-RITE Replacement Main PCB Printed Circuit Board for Hayward Goldline AquaRite Salt Chlorination Systems

    This main PCB is designed to use with Hayward Goldline Aqua Rite salt chlorine generator model AQR. Weight 25 pounds.

    • Brand: Hayward
    • ASIN: B002MNJ1TE
    • UPC: 761418005468
    • Part No: GLX-PCB-RITE

  • Guided By an Unseen Hand: The Ministry Autobiography of Haywood T. Gray - eBook

    Guided by an Unseen Hand is the story of the people, places, and events that influenced and shaped the ministry of Haywood T. Gray. After forty years in ministry, Gray shares both the mistakes and the miracles of his ministry as a means of encouraging others. The book is not his life story but an intimate look at what has shaped him, challenged him, and grown him in ministry. It is funny and sad, silly and brilliant, heartwarming and thought-provoking. The writer’s aim is to provide a tool for readers to reflect, think, and grow. While specifically aimed at young ministers, the book can help any Christian who wishes a deeper commitment and a stronger faith and who seeks hope within life’s struggles.

  • Haywood County:: A Brief History

    HAYWOOD COUNTY [9781596291751]