... published the English translation of Genji Monogatari (The Tales of Genji).11
The Tales of Genji later became famous in the West because of Arthur Waley's
translation, but Suematsu had published the same story (as a partial translation)
Author: Phillips O'Brien
The Anglo-Japanese Alliance was the first formal agreement of its type reached by a Western 'great' power with a non-Caucasian nation in the modern era. As such, it represented an important milestone diplomatically, strategically and culturally. This book brings together many leading experts who examine the different aspects of the Alliance in its different stages before, during and after the First World War, who explore the reasons for its success and for its end, and who reach a number of interesting and innovative conclusions on the agreement's ultimate importance.
Work is a concise retelling of the Spanish-American War in the West Indies and
the Philippines and is intended for high school and college level readers. King,
William Nephew, Lt., USN. The Story of the SpanishAmerican War, and the
Revolt in the Philippines, Told by W. Nephew King. ... 116. 117. Work is a
contemporary history of 40 The Spanish-American War and Philippine
Author: Mark Barnes
An often overshadowed event in American military history, the Spanish-American War began as a humanitarian effort on the part of the United States to provide military assistance for the liberation of Cuba from Spanish domination. At the time, no one knew that this simple premise would result in an American empire. Through extensive research, Mark Barnes has created a comprehensive, annotated bibliography detailing this globally significant conflict and its aftermath. Insightful notes are included for every title in each chronologically organized chapter. By drawing together an impressive collection of sources, including some previously not readily available to English language readers, Barnes has created an invaluable resource for scholars of this conflict. Routledge Research Guides to American Military Studies provide concise, annotated bibliographies to the major areas and events in American military history. With the inclusion of brief critical annotations after each entry, the student and researcher can easily assess the utility of each bibliographic source and evaluate the abundance of resources available with ease and efficiency. Comprehensive, concise, and current—Routledge Research Guides to American Military Studies are an essential research tool for any historian.
The roof of the one - story 1902 Plans Vault was detached and raised one story .
Figure 60 ... These weep holes ventilated only the air space within the second - story wall . ... the second story of the Plans Vault was a vent in the west elevation .
A Century of Water for the West , with actor Steve Stark playing the role of
Theodore Roosevelt , highlights the achievements of the ... of Reclamation dams
, reservoirs , powerplants , and canals , these brief fifteen minute films tell the story of the Bureau of Reclamation . ... According to A Century of Water for the West , 1902-2002 , the Bureau supplies water for millions of families throughout
the West ...
Author: William D. Rowley
Publisher: Reclamation Bureau
NOTE: NO FURTHER DISCOUNT FOR THIS PRODUCT- OVERSTOCK SALE Significantly reduced list price The second volume of the history of the Bureau of Reclamation offers a discussion and examination of the eventful years in the latter part ofthe twentieth century. Volume two covers from the end of World War II through year 2000 and is the last volume in this project. "
This pamphlet is a continuation of the discussion and reiterates the author ' s
original opinions . HOUGH , Emerson . Story of the cowboy . 1897 . ( Story of the West series . ) . . 917 . 8 H83 The same . 1903 . ( Story of the West series . ) .
... consisted of making Afro - Jamaicans Englishmen - the Anglo - Saxon of the far West . Cultural ... In his study of the Making of the English working class , for
example , E . P . Thompson refers to the continuing tales of witches and boggarts
, to ...
Author: Patrick E. Bryan
Publisher: University of West Indies Press
A description of the period in Jamaica's history that follows the abolition of slavery, up to the introduction of universal adult suffrage. The author analyzes the social, intellectual and political history of the era, including health, law, labour, and the ideas of the black intelligentsia.
Chapter § GIT ALONG, LITTLE DOGIES “For the matter of a week”: William
Savage, quoted in Alfred Henry Lewis, Wolfville Days (New York: Grosset &
Dunlap, 1902), pp. 7–15. The Saga of Pecos Bill: My own version. The Taming of
Author: Richard Erdoes
From Davy Crockett, Wild Bill Hickok, and Calamity Jane to Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, and Frank and Jesse James, here are more than 130 colorful stories of the pioneers, cowboys, outlaws, gamblers, prospectors, and lawmen who settled the wild west, creating a uniquely American hero and an enduringly fascinating folk mythology. In this wonderfully boisterous treasury of tall tales, everyone and everything is larger than life and bragging is elevated into an art form. Many of these stories are of real people and real events; more than a few, however, grew taller and funnier as they made their rounds from wagon train to campfire to rodeo to miners' quarters. But even if it is far from established that Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett were able to kill three men with one bullet or subdue ferocious grizzly bears with their fists, they come vividly to life here as beloved characters who have become part of the fabric of the American imagination. With black-and white illustrations throughout Part of the Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library
Four tales . Introd by D . Bone 1949 . Heart of darkness , and The secret sharer .
Introd by A . J . Gucrard , New York 1950 . ... Tales of the East and West . ... First
pbd in Pall Mall Mag Jan - March 1902 and in Critic ( New York ) Feb - May 1902
Author: George Watson
Publisher: CUP Archive
Category: Literary Criticism
More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 4 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.
The Story of the American West Richard W. Etulain ... Little did he know that the
cow country that so intrigued him in the mid - 1880s — and that he would
romanticize in his classic western novel The Virginian ( 1902 ) — was headed for
Author: Richard W. Etulain
Publisher: UNM Press
This new historical overview tells the dramatic story of the American West from its prehistory to the present. A narrative history, it covers the region from the North Dakota-to-Texas states to the Pacific Coast and includes experiences and contributions of American Indians, Hispanics, and African Americans.
M. H.)) Maydon, J. G. French's Cavalry Campaign, 1902 Meintjes, J. De la Rey –
Lion of the West, 1966 Micholls, Maj. ... Lt-Col L. B. Emperor's Chambermaids:
The Story of the 14th/20th King's Hussars, 1973 Otley, C. B. The Social Origins of
Author: Lord Anglesey
Publisher: Pen and Sword
In the seventh, and second last, volume in t his historical work, Lord Anglesey shows how superior the Br itish cavalry was compared to those of the French and German s. He concentrates on the first five months of the War. '
The Last of the Flatboats: A Story of the Mississippi and Its Interesting Family of
Rivers (1900). American ... Dorothy South: A Love Story of Virginia Just before
the War (1902). ... Long Knives: The Story of How They Won the West (1907).
Author: Joseph M. Flora
Publisher: LSU Press
This new edition of Southern Writers assumes its distinguished predecessor's place as the essential reference on literary artists of the American South. Broadly expanded and thoroughly revised, it boasts 604 entries-nearly double the earlier edition's-written by 264 scholars. For every figure major and minor, from the venerable and canonical to the fresh and innovative, a biographical sketch and chronological list of published works provide comprehensive, concise, up-to-date information. Here in one convenient source are the South's novelists and short story writers, poets and dramatists, memoirists and essayists, journalists, scholars, and biographers from the colonial period to the twenty-first century. What constitutes a "southern writer" is always a matter for debate. Editors Joseph M. Flora and Amber Vogel have used a generous definition that turns on having a significant connection to the region, in either a personal or literary sense. New to this volume are younger writers who have emerged in the quarter century since the dictionary's original publication, as well as older talents previously unknown or unacknowledged. For almost every writer found in the previous edition, a new biography has been commissioned. Drawn from the very best minds on southern literature and covering the full spectrum of its practitioners, Southern Writers is an indispensable reference book for anyone intrigued by the subject.
The Story of the West & Peachey Steam Warping Tugs Harry Barrett, Clarence F.
Coons. sawmill in Lakefield on the ... As a result, the Alligator #49, Hazlitt, was
ordered from West & Peachey for delivery in spring 1902. The new paddlewheel
Author: Harry Barrett
The Alligator was an amphibious machine designed and patented in Canada in the late 1880s. This warping tug was capable of towing a log boom across a lake and then portaging itself to the next body of water. Steam-powered and rugged, it was one of the pioneers in the mechanization of the forest industry and for more than thirty years was ubiquitous in northern Ontario until eclipsed by its worthy successor the Russel tug. "This long-overdue book on the Alligator Warping Tug, designed and built by West & Peachey of Simcoe, Ontario, is a welcome addition to the libraries of those intrigued by Canada’s story and particularly lumbering history." — R. John Corby, curator emeritus, Canada Science and Technology Museum "By enabling access to the upper reaches of the Ottawa River and its many tributaries, the Alligator tug extended the social and economic stability provided by the timber industry and supported the populating of this vast region. Alligators of the North is a wonderful touchstone for all who share this heritage." — Mary Campbell, mayor of McNab-Braeside Township, Renfrew County
The Neglected Story of the Triumph of Modernity Rodney Stark. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38
. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. ... (See Sombart, 1902, as well
as Hilton, 1952.) Taken seriously, this definition would make capitalists out of all ...
Author: Rodney Stark
Publisher: Open Road Media
Finally the Truth about the Rise of the West Modernity developed only in the West—in Europe and North America. Nowhere else did science and democracy arise; nowhere else was slavery outlawed. Only Westerners invented chimneys, musical scores, telescopes, eyeglasses, pianos, electric lights, aspirin, and soap. The question is, Why? Unfortunately, that question has become so politically incorrect that most scholars avoid it. But acclaimed author Rodney Stark provides the answers in this sweeping new look at Western civilization. How the West Won demonstrates the primacy of uniquely Western ideas—among them the belief in free will, the commitment to the pursuit of knowledge, the notion that the universe functions according to rational rules that can be discovered, and the emphasis on human freedom and secure property rights. Taking readers on a thrilling journey from ancient Greece to the present, Stark challenges much of the received wisdom about Western history. How the West Won shows, for example: · Why the fall of Rome was the single most beneficial event in the rise of Western civilization · Why the “Dark Ages” never happened · Why the Crusades had nothing to do with grabbing loot or attacking the Muslim world unprovoked · Why there was no “Scientific Revolution” · Why scholars’ recent efforts to dismiss the importance of battles are ridiculous: had the Greeks lost at the Battle of Marathon, we probably would never have heard of Plato or Aristotle Stark also debunks absurd fabrications that have flourished in the past few decades: that the Greeks stole their culture from Africa; that the West’s “discoveries” were copied from the Chinese and Muslims; that Europe became rich by plundering the non-Western world. At the same time, he reveals the woeful inadequacy of recent attempts to attribute the rise of the West to purely material causes—favorable climates, abundant natural resources, guns and steel. How the West Won displays Rodney Stark’s gifts for lively narrative history and making the latest scholarship accessible to all readers. This bold, insightful book will force you to rethink your understanding of the West and the birth of modernity—and to recognize that Western civilization really has set itself apart from other cultures.
Old West,Fall, 1977. Earle, James H., ed.The Captureof Billy the Kid. ... The Story of the Outlaw. New York: Outing Publishing, 1907. Hoyt, Henry. ... Century
Magazine 33 (March1902): 690–701. Irwin, Helen. “WhenBilly theKid Was
Author: Frederick Nolan
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
In The West of Billy the Kid, renowned authority Frederick Nolan has assembled a comprehensive photo gallery of the life and times of Billy the Kid. In text and in more than 250 images-many of them published here for the first time-Nolan recreates the life Billy lived and the places and people he knew. This unique assemblage is complemented by maps and a full biography that incorporates Nolan’s original research, adding fresh depth and detail to the Kid’s story and to the lives and backgrounds of those who witnessed the events of his life and death. Here are the faces of Billy’s family, friends, and enemies: John Tunstall and John Chisum, Sheriff Pat Garrett and Governor Lew Wallace, Jimmy Dolan and Bob Olinger, Alexander McSween and Paulita Maxwell, and many others. Here are Santa Fe and Silver City as Billy the Kid saw them, Lincoln, Las Vegas, and Tascosa. Recent photographs show the Kid’s haunts as they appear today.
Tales of the Mining Camp, Cavalry Troop, & Cattle Ranch John D. Seelye ...
Magazine for the serial rights to his first novel, The Westerners, published as a
book in 1901, and soon followed by a novel of mining life, The ClaimJumpers ( 1902).
Author: John D. Seelye
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Includes selections from Bret Harte, Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce, Owen Wister, Frederic Remington, Stephen Crane, Jack London, Frank Norris, Stewart Edward White, O. Henry, and Mary Austin.
Wurst: sausage. l“rz'sz'an zliu/c¢'tZ the Frisian language is the West Germanic
language most closely related to English. ... short-story writer, and novelist, is
best known for his piearesque novel of India, Kim (1901) and his children's tales
in The jzmg"/e Book (1894). ... By 1902, however, as a result of Germany 's
support of the Boers in the South African War, Germany was recognized as a
Author: Erskine Childers
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
One of the first great spy novels, The Riddle of the Sands is set during the long suspicious years leading up to the First World War. The story builds in excitement as two young men on a sailing holiday discover a German plot to invade England. This edition is complemented by a fine introduction which examines the novel in its political and historical context. - ;`About this coast... In the event of war it seems to me that every inch of it would be important, sand and all.' Executed in 1922 for his involvement in Irish republicanism, Childers in remembered most vividly for his ground-breaking spy novel, The Riddle of the Sands (1903). In spite of good prospects in the Foreign Office, the sardonic civil servant Carruthers is finding it hard to endure the emptiness and boredom of his life in London. He reluctantly accepts an invitation from a college friend, Davies, the shyly intrepid yachtsman, and joins him on a sailing holiday in the Baltic. The regeneration of Carruthers begins as he is initiated into the mysteries of seamanship, but the story builds in excitement as Carruthers and Davies discover a German plot to invade England. Like much contemporary British spy fiction, The Riddle of the Sands reflects the long suspicious years leading up to the First World War and the intricacy of its conception and its lucid detail make it a classic of its genre. This edition is complemented by a fine introduction which examines the novel in its political and historical context. -
In his study of messiah myths, Thomas Thompson chronicles the precursors to
David's story. In particular ... David Goes West The stories of the American West
—both textual and cinematic—are deeply shaped by America's biblical
inheritance. From the ... West. Owen Wister's The Virginian (1902) is widely
considered the ...
Author: Jennifer L. Koosed
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Literary Criticism
Jesse's Lineage explores the interconnections between David, Jesus, and Jesse James. All three of these figures evoked complicated and conflicted reactions from their contemporaries - considered criminals by some, saviors by others. David lives the life of a bandit while on the run from Saul; Jesus dies the death of a bandit alongside other bandits; Jesse James is the paragon of the bandit in the American West and yet his life and death is also understood in biblical terms. Iron Age Judah, Roman Galilee, and Reconstruction era Missouri alike invoke the context of colonial "territories" and areas of resistance. Such contexts give birth to bandits, the heroes of the subaltern. After their deaths, David, Jesus, and Jesse James live on thorough equally complicated and conflicted textual, ritual, and cultural memories. Their stories intertwine through reference and allusion as Jesus' mission is understood in terms of David's promise, and Jesse's death is understood in terms of Jesus' betrayal. The biography of each figure is further complicated by the processes of folk memory and oral transmission.