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Pinellas County

Author : A. M. De Quesada, Jr.
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Pinellas County, Florida, has a rich and varied history. From the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico, with the sponge and seafood industry it supported, to wartime training and recruiting, to the world's first commercial airplane flight, Pinellas County has seen many changes through the years.

Around Palm Harbor

Author : Winona Jones
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Around Palm Harbor reveals the early history of the unincorporated area of North Pinellas County, including the communities of Curlew, Ozona, Crystal Beach, Wall Springs, and the large eastern side of Lake Tarpon, in addition to Palm Harbor itself. Families began arriving in the 1850s, and one of the early settlers was J.C. Craver, dubbed the "father" of both Ozona and Palm Harbor. Craver built the original Ozona school and received the first post office commission in the name of Bay St. Joseph, which included the area west of the lake and between the later towns of Dunedin and Tarpon Springs. Wildlife was abundant, and saltwater bays and freshwater lakes supplied plentiful seafood. Each community still has its own unique characteristics; however, they also remain bound together through family ties as well as the triumphs and disasters that have befallen each.

Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States

Author : United States. President
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George Bush

Author : United States. President (1989-1993 : Bush)
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Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States George Bush 1989

Author : Bush, George
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Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States

Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents

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character Based Film Sereies Part 1

Author : Terry Rowan
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Character Based Film Series Part 1

Author : Terry Rowan
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Maternity Leave

Author : Trish Felice Cohen
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Jenna Rosen has pleased her parents by becoming a lawyer and pleased her bank account by joining a prestigious firm. And not one other thing in her life pleases her except cycling. She’s got plenty of money but no time to train. If she quit her job she’d have plenty of time and no money to travel on tour. Not to mention that her parents are completely opposed to having a professional cyclist for a daughter. What she really needs is a practical plan to collect a paycheck but not actually have to show up for work. When Jenna realizes that it’ll only take one little lie to hit the road and race for her dreams, she files for leave. Maternity leave. Debut author Trish Felice Cohen takes readers on an anything- but-straight ride that ends in the place least expected.

The Uncompahgre Valley

Author : Theajo "Tj" Davis
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Settlers of European heritage arrived in the Uncompahgre River Valley after the Ute tribe was ordered to reservation lands in Utah by the federal government in 1881. The pioneers staked out properties and established covenants. The Uncompahgre River carried the usual annual melt from the San Juan Mountains through today's Ouray, Montrose, and Delta Counties toward its confluence with the Colorado River near Grand Junction. But the settlers' crops required more water than the river or irrigation ditches could bring. Engineers assessed the failed farms and abandoned villages in the wake of the Uncompahgre Valley's over-settlement and looked east of Montrose to the Black Canyon, cut by the nearby Gunnison River. They drilled the Gunnison Tunnel to bring the snowcap melt from the Continental Divide's western slopes to the Uncompahgre Valley, creating one of the Rocky Mountain region's most fertile valleys. The tunnel, completed in 1909, was the biggest irrigation project up to that time.