The Birth of the Bicycle

The Birth of the Bicycle Author : Nick Clayton
Release : 2016-07-15
Publisher : Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN : 1445648830
File Size : 54.69 MB
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A concise but revealing history of the bicycle over 200 years

The Birth of Military Aviation

The Birth of Military Aviation Author : Hugh Driver
Release : 1997
Publisher : Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN : 9780861932344
File Size : 28.11 MB
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A survey of the development of British military aviation from 1903 to 1914, revealing the consequences of its annexation by the state as a branch of armaments as an underlying cause of aircraft inadequacies on the outbreak of war.

The Past All Around Us

The Past All Around Us Author :
Release : 1979
Publisher :
File Size : 59.73 MB
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BSA Author : Owen Wright
Release : 1992
Publisher : Crowood Press (UK)
File Size : 70.8 MB
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Chronicles the story of BSA, its competition history and all the models it produced, including the household names, such as the Roundtank, Sloper, Empire Star, Gold Star, Bantam and Golden Flash.

The Birth of Dirt

The Birth of Dirt Author : Frank J. Berto
Release : 1999
Publisher : Cycle Pub
ISBN : 9781892495105
File Size : 83.45 MB
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Relive the birth of the sport and the invention of the machine. In this fascinating book, Frank Berto, former engineering editor of Bicycling magazine, leaves no stone unturned in his quest for the truth about the beginnings of mountain biking and the invention of the mountain bike. Illustrated with numerous period documents and vivid photographs by two of the early pioneers themselves (Wende Cragg and Erik Koski), this book should put an end to the question of who invented the mountain bike. At the same time, it will let you experience the pioneering days of the sport for yourself.

The Birth of a Father

The Birth of a Father Author : Martin Greenberg
Release : 1985
Publisher : Continuum International Publishing Group
File Size : 64.25 MB
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A psychiatrist describes the development of his relationship with his son and offers advice on how to care for a baby

Bicycle USA.

Bicycle USA. Author :
Release : 1992
Publisher :
File Size : 79.85 MB
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The Wheelmen

The Wheelmen Author :
Release : 1994
Publisher :
File Size : 45.38 MB
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The Bicycle Eater

The Bicycle Eater Author : Larry Tremblay
Release : 2005
Publisher : Talonbooks Limited
File Size : 58.73 MB
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A surrealist novel of metamorphosis unleashed by desire, a riotous, colourful burlesque where nothing and no-one remain what they seem.

Bicycle Highway

Bicycle Highway Author : Rosemary Day
Release : 2007
Publisher :
File Size : 79.66 MB
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An illustrated road map to the vibrant community radio movement in Ireland today.

Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era

Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era Author : James Eli Adams
Release : 2004
Publisher : Grolier, Incorporated
File Size : 34.47 MB
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Contains 627 alphabetically arranged essays that examine significant people, places, and events in the social, political, and intellectual history of Great Britain during the sixty-four-year reign of Queen Victoria, from 1837 to 1901.

A Pair of Shootists

A Pair of Shootists Author : Jerry Kuntz
Release : 2010
Publisher :
File Size : 31.80 MB
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In 1888, Samuel F. Cody, a twenty-one-year-old horse wrangler, met Maud Lee, a sixteen-year-old aspiring circus performer, while touring with the Wild West show cast of Adam Forepaugh's Circus. A quick rapport developed between the girl from Norristown, Pennsylvania, and the cowboy who dazzled audiences with his good looks and fancy pistol shooting. A Pair of Shootists is the exuberant and sometimes heartbreaking story of the elusive S. F. Cody and his first wife, Maud Lee. Recounting their many dramatic exploits, this biography also overturns the frequently romanticized view of Wild West shows. Living the erratic lives of touring performers, S. F. Cody — who changed his name to capitalize on his resemblance to William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody — and Maud Lee first appeared together in vaudeville halls and dime museums. Setbacks in the United States made Cody and Lee eager to try their luck abroad, so they traveled to Great Britain, where they played music halls and acted in burlesques on roller-skates and in extravagant arena exhibitions. When the two performers eventually parted ways, author Jerry Kuntz masterfully splits their stories into two. From there, he follows their individual ups and downs, including Cody's soaring career in pioneer aeronautics and Lee's decline into mental illness and addiction. In an ironic twist, Maud's professional life ended amidst a vast misunderstanding that brought her into conflict with the woman she had been emulating her entire career: Annie Oakley. While other biographies focus mainly on Cody's contribution to aviation, Kuntz uses sources previously unavailable to scholars to paint a more complete picture of Cody's early years and to recover the forgotten — and ultimately tragic — story of Maud Lee.

Hennepin County History

Hennepin County History Author :
Release : 1952
Publisher :
File Size : 82.69 MB
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