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Taking land, breaking land women colonizing the American west and Kenyan, 1840-1940 by Glenda Riley

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Published by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque, NM .
Written in English


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StatementGlenda Riley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF5000
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 360 p. :
Number of Pages360
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22560620M
ISBN 100826331122

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  BREAKING THE LAND. We said we’d break this land with hope and bare essentials. Our ploughs cut deep furrows across its face — then we couldn’t catch it. The wind owns this land, had we only known! Tore the dirt from our fields, dumped it five miles east, then threw it back at us in the next west wind. Our seed grain went with it; clear to. Part I. Taking the Land Chapter 1. Before the Land Was Taken; Chapter 2. The British and the Americans Take the Chesapeake; Chapter 3. The Land of San Francisco Bay: Cleared But Not Taken; Part II. Making the Municipality: The City and the Pueblo Chapter 4. Erecting Baltimore into a City: Democracy as Urban Space, –; Chapter 5.   "How to Break the Cycle of Destruction and Take Your Promised Land!" Karen Hardin, Tulsa, OK How we view "the land" that God has called us to take is an important part in the equation of whether we successfully walk in the Promise Land HE has given/called us to, or whether we walk in a cycle of discouragement and destruction. The term 'breaking new land' is kind of interesting from that sociological perspective. Is the land really new, or is it you that is new? What are you breaking? I bet that you are in a high carbon, fungal based soil systems, and if you are going to a bacterial based annual system that you will have some 'breaking' to do. Sorry to hear about the.

Because I so enjoy books about "old Florida" I did enjoy this, but it lacked the spirit of "A Land Remembered," which I much preferred. The two are very similar in the timing - late 19th century turning into the first half of the 20th, both dealing with the development and damage to the Everglades/5(10). Breaking the Land The Transformation of Cotton, Tobacco, and Rice Cultures since Awards and Recognition: Winner of the Herbert Feis Award of the American Historical Association, Winner of the Charles S. Sydnor Award of the Southern Historical Association, When he wakes, he finds himself in the most beautiful stretch of land he can imagine, and he decides without hesitation that this is the land he wants to own. An old black man approaches him, and Paul asks him who owns the land. The man explains that it used to be Granger land but now belongs to a northerner, J.T. Hollenbeck.   Pastor Jack Abeelen teaching from the book of Joshua in his study titled "Taking The Land Personally" Join us Sunday AM at 8, , and PST here at .