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The Mountains of California

By: John Muir

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...iated with beauty of the frailest and most fleeting forms; their feet set in pine−groves and gay emerald meadows, their brows in the sky; bathed in li... ...dest forest−trees, the Sequoia, king of conifers, the noble Sugar and Yellow Pines, Douglas Spruce, Libocedrus, and the Silver Firs, each a giant of i... ...the mountain−side, arrayed in long, silken streamers and wreathing, swirling films of crystal dust. The north half of the range is mostly covered with... ...ure was beautifully revealed. The surface snow, though sprinkled with stones shot down from the cliffs, was in some places almost pure, gradually beco... ...snow, or by being filled in by avalanches. The first avalanche of the season shot into a lake basin may perhaps find the surface frozen. Then there is... ...ifesting the grandeur of its sources in every movement and tone. Pursuing my lonely way down the valley, I turned again and again to gaze on the glori... ... meeting it. While exploring the lower portion of the Merced Canon I found a lonely miner seeking his fortune in a quartz vein on a wild mountain−side...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. THE SIERRA NEVADA Go where you may within the bounds of California, mountains are ever in sight, charming and glorifying every landscape. Yet so simple and massive is the topography of the State in general views, that the main central portion displays only one valley, and two chai...

...Table of Contents: The Mountains of California, 1 -- John Muir, 1 -- Chapter I. THE SIERRA NEVADA, 1 -- Chapter II. THE GLACIERS, 7 -- Chapter III. THE SNOW, 12 -- Chapter IV. A NEAR VIEW OF THE HIGH SIERRA, 15 -- Chapter V. THE PASSES, 24 -- Chapter VI. THE GL...

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The Lone Ranger (serial)

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...e Ranger Poster for Chapter 13 of The Lone Ranger ... ... $160,315 (negative cost: $168,117)[1] The Lone Ranger is a 1938 American Republic... ... was unseen for a long time after its original release but an authentic re-creation was assembled and released in DVD form in 2009 using sound and pic... ...s 9 External links Plot In 1865, Captain Mark Smith of the Conf... ...tion in the serial The Lone Ranger was filmed at the Iverson Movie Ranch in Chatsworth, Calif., where Republic shot virtually all of its serials, alon... ... TV series The Lone Ranger would also shoot much of its outdoor footage. Additional footage for the serial was shot in the Alabama Hills near Lone Pin... ...o shoot much of its outdoor footage. Additional footage for the serial was shot in the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California, giving the serial a s... ... created by editing the serial footage together, was released on 10 April 1940. It was one of fourteen feature films Republic made from their serials.... ... Categories 1938 films All film ar...

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The Land of Little Rain

By: Mary Austin

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...e man who discovered it, which endears itself by reason of the close−locked pines it nourishes about its borders, you may look in my account to find... ...harp−toothed kind that prey on them. Go as far as you dare in the heart of a lonely land, you cannot go so far that life and death are not before you... ...f one is inclined to wonder at first how so many dwellers came to be in the loneliest land that ever came out of God's hands, what they do there and... ...y the springs one finds the cunning brush shelters from which the Shoshones shot arrows at them when the doves came to drink. Now as to these same ... ...hes that Vasquez has held up, from whose high seats express messengers have shot or been shot as their luck held. This is to comfort you when the dr... ...mpses of the tawny valley, blue glints of the Bitter Lake, and tender cloud films on the farther ranges. For such pictures the pine branches make a ... ...aterialize from in witch stories. It rays out and draws to it some floating films from secret canons. Rain begins, "slow dropping veil of thinnest l...

... or enemy, and Scar?Face to those who knew him by the eye?s grasp only. No other fashion, I think, sets so well with the various natures that inhabit in us, and if you agree with me you will understand why so few names are written here as they appear in the geography. For if I love a lake known by the name of the man who discovered it, which endears itself by reason of the...

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American films

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... Films ... ... A–Z of films Fi... ... Pages in category "American films" The following 21842 pages are in this catego... ... 'Gator Bait II: Cajun Justice 'If Only' Jim 'In Wrong' Wright 'Neath Brooklyn Bridge 'Neath the ... ...ck to the System A Short History of Decay (film) A Shot in the Dark (1935 film) A Show of Force A Shri... ... Awakenings Away All Boats Awesome; I Fuckin' Shot That! Ax 'Em Axeman (film) Ayn Ran... ...amouflage (1944 film) Camp (2003 film) Camp Cuddly Pines Powertool Massacre Camp Fear (film) Camp Hope... ...e-Eye Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar Charlie Bartlett Charlie Brown and ... ...gh Heels and Low Lifes High Hopes (2006 film) High Lonesome (film) High Noon High Plains Drifter ...

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The Land of Little Rain

By: Mary Austin

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ...other fashion, I think, sets so well with the various natures that inhabit in us, and if you agree with me you will understand why so few names are wr... ... man who discovered it, which endears itself by reason of the close-locked pines it nourishes about its borders, you may look in my account to find it... ...rp-toothed kind that prey on them. Go as far as you dare in the heart of a lonely land, you cannot go so far that life and death are not before you. P... ... one is inclined to wonder at first how so many dwellers came to be in the loneliest land that ever came out of God's hands, what they do there and wh... ... the springs one finds the cunning brush shelters from which the Shoshones shot arrows at them when the doves came to drink. Now as to these same Sho... ...es that Vasquez has held up, from whose high seats express messengers have shot or been shot as their luck held. This is to comfort you when the drive... ...pses of the tawny valley, blue glints of the Bitter Lake, and tender cloud films on the farther ranges. For such pictures the pine branches make a nob... ...erialize from in witch stories. It rays out and draws to it some floating films from secret canons. Rain begins, "slow dropping veil of thinnest lawn...

... or enemy, and Scar-Face to those who knew him by the eye's grasp only. No other fashion, I think, sets so well with the various natures that inhabit in us, and if you agree with me you will understand why so few names are written here as they appear in the geography. For if I love a lake known by the name of the man who discovered it, which endears itself by reason of the...

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List of Paramount Pictures films

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...2000s 11 2010s 12 Upcoming films 12.1 2014 and... ...film to be based on a book or a novel of the same name. Wister's novel was adapted again in 1929 and in 1960 as a television series. ... ... 1915 The Voice in the Fog ... ... April 15, 1923 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine ... ... April 15, 1923 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine ... ... December 1, 1933 Lone Cowboy ... ...lmed in the three-strip Technicolor process and said to be the first Technicolor feature shot on location. ... ... The first in Paramount’s series of eight Bulldog Drummond films, released between 1937 and 1939. ... ... April 22, 1962 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance ...

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The Land of Footprints

By: Stewart Edward White

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...as a matter of fact killed all his antelope at such ranges. Most men have shot occasional beasts at a quarter mile or so, but not airily nor as a m... ...hat; I was there." This interested me-and I said so. "He made a long shot," said I. "A GOOD long shot," replied the Africander. "Did you p... ...nd squeak; a certain weird bird of the curlew or plover sort wails like a lonesome soul. Especially by the river, as here, are the boomings of the w... ...y and continuously alive. Often when riding horseback with the dogs in my California home I have watched them in envy of the keen, alert interest th... ... >From the top of a ridge it looked a good deal like a northern cut-over pine country grown up very heavily to blackberry vines; although, of cours... ... of brush cover. But never enough to constitute more than an isolated and lonesome patch. Before leaving London we had received from McMillan earn... ...safety-pins, a small tool kit, sewing materials, a flask of brandy, kodak films packed in tin, a boxed thermometer, an aneroid (if you are curious a...

...I. ON BOOKS OF ADVENTURE. Books of sporting, travel, and adventure in countries little known to the average reader naturally fall in two classes-neither, with a very few exceptions, of great value. One class is perhaps the logical result of the other. Of the first type is the book that is wr...

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Manzanar

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...e California Historical Landmark #850 ... ... Location Inyo County, California Nearest city ... ...incarcerated during World War II. Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada in California's Owens Valley between the towns of Lone Pine to the south an... ...oot of the Sierra Nevada in California's Owens Valley between the towns of Lone Pine to the south and Independence to the north, it is approximately 2... ...f the Sierra Nevada in California's Owens Valley between the towns of Lone Pine to the south and Independence to the north, it is approximately 230 mi... ...0 km) northeast of Los Angeles. Manzanar (which means "apple orchard" in Spanish) was identified by the United States National Park Service as th... ...ute to the north.[29] The Owens Valley Paiute hunted and fished, collected pine nuts, and raised crops utilizing irrigation in the Manzanar area.[30][... ... the crowd, killing a 17-year–old boy instantly. A 21-year–old man who was shot in the abdomen died days later. Nine other prisoners were wounded, and... ... List of feature films ...

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He Could Stop the World

By: Kenneth Robeson

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ................................................70 Chapter XV. DOC PLAYS A LONE HAND ................................................................. ...LLEY OF GIANTS • Chapter XIV. MOUNTAIN UNCLIMBED • Chapter XV. DOC PLAYS A LONE HAND • Chapter XVI. TORTURE OF MONSTROSITY • Chapter XVII. MIND OF... ...ll inside the taxicab. Each man must have felt as though a numbing fire had shot into his skull from the back of his neck. These men were of excelle... ...regarded the phalanx of elevators. Entering his own high−speed elevator, he shot downward. HE COULD STOP THE WORLD Chapter IV. MESSAGE FROM THE DEAD... ...ed up and opened the compartment where he had placed a roll of photographic films. The roll had disappeared. "I suspected they might be taken," said ... ...ight be taken," said Doc. "It does not matter greatly, for they are not the films taken from the bomb trap. Perhaps some one has directed the brain ... ...onze. "I shall return presently." Not all the Shallops had thrown away their pine−knot torches. The mountaineers were fleeing as fast as they could g...

...ing, metal ball fell from the sky. Its terrific impact obliterated a humble citizen of Texas. The ball cracked the cement and buried itself many feet in the ground....

..., 52 -- Chapter XII. RAID ON THE MINT, 58 -- Chapter XIII. THE VALLEY OF GIANTS, 63 -- Chapter XIV. MOUNTAIN UNCLIMBED, 70 -- Chapter XV. DOC PLAYS A LONE HAND, 76 -- Chapter XVI. TORTURE OF MONSTROSITY, 82 -- Chapter XVII. MIND OF THE MASTER, 87 -- Chapter XVIII. MOUNT LASSEN GROWLS, 91 -- Chapter XIX. END OF THE MASTER, 96...

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Somewhere in Sonora

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... Language English Somewhere in Sonora is a 1933 American Western fi... ... John Wayne filmography External links Somewhere in Sonora at the Internet Movie Databas... ...nternet Movie Database Categories 1933 films All film ar... ...ms All film articles using the film date template English-language films 1930s Weste... ... Black-and-white films Films directed by Mack V. Wright Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...ack-and-white films Films directed by Mack V. Wright Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...nd-white films Films directed by Mack V. Wright Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...te films Films directed by Mack V. Wright Films shot in Lone Pine, California Sound ...

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A Doc Savage Adventure : He Could Stop the World

By: Kenneth Robeson

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ... OF GIANTS • Chapter XIV. MOUNTAIN UNCLIMBED • Chapter XV. DOC PLAYS A LONE HAND • Chapter XVI. TORTURE OF MONSTROSITY • Chapter XVII. MIND OF... ... citizen of Texas. The ball cracked the cement and buried itself many feet in the ground. José Pandrosa was walking near the Alamo. Probably he was th... ...l inside the taxicab. Each man must have felt as though a numbing fire had shot into his skull from the back of his neck. These men were of excellent ... ...egarded the phalanx of elevators. Entering his own high-speed elevator, he shot downward. This elevator seemed to fall all eighty-six floors before th... ... a short in the ignition! I’ll have to fix it!" From the sidewalk sprang a lone pedestrian. He was a stocky, young fellow, apparently an attaché of th... ...d up and opened the compartment where he had placed a roll of photographic films. The roll had disappeared. "I suspected they might be taken," said Do... ...ght be taken," said Doc. "It does not matter greatly, for they are not the films taken from the bomb trap. Perhaps some one has directed the brain of ... ..."I shall return presently." 57 Not all the Shallops had thrown away their pine-knot torches. The mountaineers were fleeing as fast as they could go. ...

...I. DOC’S MAMMOTH FOE · Chapter XII. RAID ON THE MINT · Chapter XIII. THE VALLEY OF GIANTS · Chapter XIV. MOUNTAIN UNCLIMBED · Chapter XV. DOC PLAYS A LONE HAND · Chapter XVI. TORTURE OF MONSTROSITY · Chapter XVII. MIND OF THE MASTER · Chapter XVIII. MOUNT LASSEN GROWLS · Chapter XIX. END OF THE MASTER...

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Westward Ho (1935 film)

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... Westward Ho at the Internet Movie Database Categories 1935 films All film ar... ...ms All film articles using the film date template English-language films 1930s Weste... ... Black-and-white films Films directed by Robert N. Bradbury Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...ck-and-white films Films directed by Robert N. Bradbury Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...and-white films Films directed by Robert N. Bradbury Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...hite films Films directed by Robert N. Bradbury Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...ilms Films directed by Robert N. Bradbury Films shot in Lone Pine, California Republ...

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The Land of Footprints

By: Stewart Edward White

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ... ISIOLA • XV. THE LION DANCE • XVI. FUNDI • XVII. NATIVES • XVIII. IN THE JUNGLE (a) THE MARCH TO MERU • XIX. THE TANA RIVER • XX. DIVERS ... ... as a matter of fact killed all his antelope at such ranges. Most men have shot occasional beasts at a quarter mile or so, but not airily nor as a mat... ...er that; I was there." This interested me-and I said so. "He made a long shot," said I. "A GOOD long shot," replied the Africander. "Did you pace ... ...and squeak; a certain weird bird of the curlew or plover sort wails like a lonesome soul. Especially by the river, as here, are the boomings of the we... ...ly and continuously alive. Often when riding horseback with the dogs in my California home I have watched them in envy of the keen, alert interest the... ...h. >From the top of a ridge it looked a good deal like a northern cut-over pine country grown up very heavily to blackberry vines; although, of course... ...e of brush cover. But never enough to constitute more than an isolated and lonesome patch. Before leaving London we had received from McMillan earnes... ... safety-pins, a small tool kit, sewing materials, a flask of brandy, kodak films packed in tin, a boxed thermometer, an aneroid (if you are curious as...

...Books of sporting, travel, and adventure in countries little known to the average reader naturally fall in two classes-neither, with a very few exceptions, of great value. One class is perhaps the logical result of the other. Of the first type is the book that is wr...

...ONS AGAIN · XII. MORE LIONS · XIII. ON THE MANAGING OF A SAFARI · XIV. A DAY ON THE ISIOLA · XV. THE LION DANCE · XVI. FUNDI · XVII. NATIVES · XVIII. IN THE JUNGLE (a) THE MARCH TO MERU · XIX. THE TANA RIVER · XX. DIVERS ADVENTURES ALONG THE TANA · XXI. THE RHINOCEROS...

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Crossworlds

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...Andrea Roth, Stuart Wilson and Jack Black, and directed by Krishna Rao. Special effects are by Digital Drama. The film was shot in Los Angeles, Lone P... ...a Roth, Stuart Wilson and Jack Black, and directed by Krishna Rao. Special effects are by Digital Drama. The film was shot in Los Angeles, Lone Pine, ... ...ilson and Jack Black, and directed by Krishna Rao. Special effects are by Digital Drama. The film was shot in Los Angeles, Lone Pine, and El Mirage Dr... ... and Jack Black, and directed by Krishna Rao. Special effects are by Digital Drama. The film was shot in Los Angeles, Lone Pine, and El Mirage Dry Lak... ...by Krishna Rao. Special effects are by Digital Drama. The film was shot in Los Angeles, Lone Pine, and El Mirage Dry Lake, California, USA. ... ... Articles lacking sources from May 2009 All articles lacking sources 1996 films ... ... 1996 films All film articles using the film date template English-language films ...

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The Land of Footprints

By: Stewart Edward White

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...nd as a matter of fact killed all his antelope at such ranges. Most men have shot occasional beasts at a quarter mile or so, but not airily nor as a m... ...member that; I was there." This interested me−and I said so. "He made a long shot," said I. "A GOOD long shot," replied the Africander. "Did you pace ... ...y and squeak; a certain weird bird of the curlew or plover sort wails like a lonesome soul. Especially by the river, as here, are the boomings of the ... ...ghly and continuously alive. Often when riding horseback with the dogs in my California home I have watched them in envy of the keen, alert interest t... ...ush. >From the top of a ridge it looked a good deal like a northern cut−over pine country grown up very heavily to blackberry vines; although, of cour... ...fle of brush cover. But never enough to constitute more than an isolated and lonesome patch. Before leaving London we had received from McMillan earne... ...me safety−pins, a small tool kit, sewing materials, a flask of brandy, kodak films packed in tin, a boxed thermometer, an aneroid (if you are curious ...

...Excerpt: I. ON BOOKS OF ADVENTURE. Books of sporting, travel, and adventure in countries little known to the average reader naturally fall in two classes?neither, with a very few exceptions, of great value. One class is perhaps the logical result of the other. Of the first type is the book that is wr...

...3 -- XIII. ON THE MANAGING OF A SAFARI, 49 -- XIV. A DAY ON THE ISIOLA, 53 -- XV. THE LION DANCE, 58 -- XVI. FUNDI, 59 -- XVII. NATIVES, 64 -- XVIII. IN THE JUNGLE (a) THE MARCH TO MERU, 67 -- XIX. THE TANA RIVER, 82 -- XX. DIVERS ADVENTURES ALONG THE TANA, 86 -- XXI. THE RHINOCEROS, 89 -- XXII. THE RHINOCEROS?(continued), 94 -- XXIII. THE HIPPO POOL, 96 -- XXIV. BUFFALO, ...

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Woman Hungry (film)

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...English Woman Hungry is a 1931 musical western film photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was based on the pla... ...he Great Divide (from 1906) which was written by William Vaughn Moody. The story was filmed as a silent by MGM in 1925 as The Great Divide and as an e... ...ost film. No prints are known to exist. See also List of lost films List of ... ... References ^ The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1931-40 by The American Film Ins... ...larence G. Badger Films made before the MPAA Production Code Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...G. Badger Films made before the MPAA Production Code Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...dger Films made before the MPAA Production Code Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ... Films made before the MPAA Production Code Films shot in Lone Pine, California Lost f...

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Her Prairie Knight

By: B. M. Bower, B. M. Sinclair

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...eatrice's Wild Ride 8. Dorman Plays Cupid 9. What It Meant to Keith 10. Pine Ridge Range Ablaze 11. Sir Redmond Waits His Answer 12. Held Up by ... ...of mysterious blue shadows, and became merely a sprawling group of huge, pine-covered hills, with ranches dotted here and there in sheltered places... ...ht it when he left college and went into the cattle business. He 'plays a lone hand,' as he calls it; but his cattle range with the Northern Pool, a... ...here. It has been more than three hours " Keith put away the glass, and shot ahead to guide her. "We must have missed him, somewhere." The eyes ... ...rned Rex toward home, and Keith followed. The ranch seemed very still and lonesome. Some chickens were rolling in the dust by the gate, and scattere... ...ithely ahead, she took to lagging far behind with her kodak, getting snap-shots of the choicest bits of scenery. "Another cartridge, please, Sir R... ...ond fished one out for her. "Was that a dozen?" "No; that had only six films. I want a larger one this time. It is a perfect nuisance to stop and...

... Learns a New Language 5. The Search for Dorman 6. Mrs. Lansell's Lecture 7. Beatrice's Wild Ride 8. Dorman Plays Cupid 9. What It Meant to Keith 10. Pine Ridge Range Ablaze 11. Sir Redmond Waits His Answer 12. Held Up by Mr. Kelly 13. Keith's Masterful Wooing 14. Sir Redmond Gets His Answer...

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Terminal Velocity (film)

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Steep Trails

By: John Muir

...hington-Oregon-The Grand Canyon EDITOR'S NOTE The papers brought together in this volume have, in a general way, been arranged in chronological seque... ...ife, during which they appeared as letters and articles, for the most part in publications of limited and local circulation. The Utah and Nevada sketc... ...on the dead towns of Nevada, and on the Indians gathering their harvest of pine nuts, recall a phase of Western life that has left few traces in Ameri... ...ing recognition, and few there be who would welcome the axe among mountain pines, or would care to apply any correction to the tones and costumes of m... ...ue deep of the sky by successive eruptions of ashes and molten lava which, shot high in the air and falling in darkening showers, and flowing from cha... ...gestive of going to the sky in a chariot of fire or a whirlwind, as one is shot to the Shasta mark in a booming palace-car cartridge; up the rocky can... ...ke our way down through any storm likely to fall. Presently thin, fibrous films of cloud began to blow directly over the summit from north to south, ... ...oky Valley, I noticed a remarkably tall and imposing column, rising like a lone pine out of the sagebrush on the edge of a dry gulch. This proved to b... ...g that so lavishly spent their time and money here only one man remains--a lone bachelor with one suspender. Mining discoveries and progress, retrogr...

...The papers brought together in this volume have, in a general way, been arranged in chronological sequence. They span a period of twenty-nine years of Muir's life, during which they appeared as letters and articles, for the most part in publications of ...

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Wild Horse Rodeo

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... on a story by Drake and Gilbert Wright, the film is about a champion rodeo rider who returns to his home town in search of a legendary wild horse cal... ...[1] Wild Horse Rodeo was the first film directed by George Sherman, who would go on to direct numerous Western films for Republic, Columbia Pictures, ... ... The Trail Blazers (1940) Lone Star Raiders (1940) ... ... Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1949) Sword in the Desert (1949) ... ... Against All Flags (1952) The Lone Hand (1953) ... ... The Three Mesquiteers films ... ... Black-and-white films Films directed by George Sherman Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...nd-white films Films directed by George Sherman Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ...te films Films directed by George Sherman Films shot in Lone Pine, California Republ...

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Steep Trails

By: John Muir

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...s on the dead towns of Nevada, and on the Indians gathering their harvest of pine nuts, recall a phase of Western life that has left few traces in Ame... ...oving recognition, and few there be who would welcome the axe among mountain pines, or would care to apply any correction to the tones and costumes of... ...blue deep of the sky by successive eruptions of ashes and molten lava which, shot high in the air and falling in darkening showers, and flowing from c... ...uggestive of going to the sky in a chariot of fire or a whirlwind, as one is shot to the Shasta mark in a booming palace−car cartridge; up the rocky c... ... make our way down through any storm likely to fall. Presently thin, fibrous films of cloud began to blow directly over the summit from north to south... ...Smoky Valley, I noticed a remarkably tall and imposing column, rising like a lone pine out of the sagebrush on the edge of a dry gulch. This proved to... ...ong that so lavishly spent their time and money here only one man remains−−a lone bachelor with one suspender. Mining discoveries and progress, retrog...

...Excerpt: THE papers brought together in this volume have, in a general way, been arranged in chronological sequence. They span a period of twenty?nine years of Muir?s life, during which they appeared as letters and articles, for the most Part 1n publications of ...

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Barbed Wire (1952 film)

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... Plot A cattle buyer, a federal agent and a newswoman become involved in a railroad plot against the backdrop... ...equal to $534,923 today).[1] Filming locations Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California, USA ... ... to $534,923 today).[1] Filming locations Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California, USA ... ...k: Oxford University Press. ISBN .  Green, Douglas B. (2002). Singing in the Saddle: The History of the Singi... ...in' Tootin' Rhythm (1937) Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge (1937) ... ... Categories 1952 films All film ar... ...ms All film articles using the film date template English-language films American fi... ... American films Columbia Pictures films Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ... American films Columbia Pictures films Films shot in Lone Pine, California ...

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Steep Trails

By: John Muir

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...n the dead towns of Nevada, and on the Indians gathering their harvest of pine nuts, recall a phase of Western life that has left few traces in Amer... ...ng recognition, and few there be who would welcome the axe among mountain pines, or would care to apply any correction to the tones and costumes of ... ...e deep of the sky by successive eruptions of ashes and molten lava which, shot high in the air and falling in darkening showers, and flowing from ch... ...estive of going to the sky in a chariot of fire or a whirlwind, as one is shot to the Shasta mark in a booming palace-car cartridge; up the rocky ca... ...our way down through any storm likely to fall. Presently thin, fibrous films of cloud began to blow directly over the summit from north to south,... ...ky Valley, I noticed a remarkably tall and imposing column, rising like a lone pine out of the sagebrush on the edge of a dry gulch. This proved to... ... that so lavishly spent their time and money here only one man remains--a lone bachelor with one suspender. Mining discoveries and progress, retro...

...The papers brought together in this volume have, in a general way, been arranged in chronological sequence. They span a period of twenty-nine years of Muir?s life, during which they appeared as letters and articles, for the most part in publications of ...

...ummer Days at Mount Shasta IV. A Perilous Night on Shasta's Summit V. Shasta Rambles and Modoc Memories VI. The City of the Saints VII. A Great Storm in Utah VIII. Bathing in Salt Lake IX. Mormon Lilies X. The San Gabriel Valley XI. The San Gabriel Mountains XII. Nevada Farms XIII. Nevada Forests XIV. Nevada's Timber Belt XV. Glacial Phenomena in Nevada XVI. Nevada's Dead ...

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The Adventures of Hajji Baba

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... The Adventures of Hajji Baba is an American film , released on October 1, 1954. The film was made in Southern California, and starred Joh... ...s 7 External links Plot In Ispahan, Persia, a barber named Hajj... ... The films of Walter Wanger ... ... Palm Springs (1936) The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1936) ... ...lm Springs (1936) The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1936) ... ... Categories 1954 films All film ar... ...s American films Films based on novels Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ... American films Films based on novels Films shot in Lone Pine, California ... ... American films Films based on novels Films shot in Lone Pine, California ...

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The Land of Little Rain

By: Mary Austin

...er fashion, I think, sets so well with the various natures that inhabit in us, and if you agree with me you will understand why so few names are... ...me you will understand why so few names are written here as they appear in the geography. For if I love a lake known by the name of the man who... ...n who discovered it, which endears itself by reason of the close-locked pines it nourishes about its borders, you may look in my account to find... ...oothed kind that prey on them. Go as far as you dare in the heart of a lonely land, you cannot go so far that life and death are not before you... ...e is inclined to wonder at first how so many dwellers came to be in the loneliest land that ever came out of God’s hands, what they do there and... ...e springs one finds the cunning brush shelters from which the Shoshones shot arrows at them when the doves came to drink. Now as to these... ...that Vasquez has held up, from whose high seats express messengers have shot or been shot as their luck held. This is to comfort you when the d... ...s of the tawny valley, blue glints of the Bitter Lake, and tender cloud films on the farther ranges. For such pictures the pine branches make a... ...ze from in witch stories. It rays out and draws to it some floating films from secret canons. Rain begins, "slow dropping veil of thinnest ...

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Down Mexico Way

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...ot The townspeople of Sage City are celebrating the upcoming production of a motion picture in their community. The film's producer... ...rard (Arthur Loft) and Ellery Gibson (Sidney Blackmer), assure the townspeople that if they invest financially in the production, that John Wayne hims... ...llowing night, Gene accompanies Maria Elena to a fiesta. Afterwards, some of Gerard and Gibson's henchmen take shots at Gene, Frog, and their friend, ... ... Rurale Captain Rodriguez The Herrera Sisters as Singers The Lone Star Cowboys as Singers at Barbequ... ...Casting Between 1941 and 1942, Fay McKenzie appeared as the leading lady in five Gene Autry films: Down Mexico Way (1941), Sierra S... ...wn Mexico Way. In 1946 she left movies to raise a family with her husband Tom Waldman. In 1959 she returned to films and television for occasional rol... ... locations Santa Clarita, California, USA Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California, USA ... ...tions Santa Clarita, California, USA Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California, USA ... ... American Western (genre) films Black-and-white films Films shot in Lone Pine, California ...

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The Land of Little Rain

By: Mary Austin

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...man who discovered it, which endears itself by reason of the close-locked pines it nourishes about its borders, you may look in my account to find i... ...-toothed kind that prey on them. Go as far as you dare in the heart of a lonely land, you cannot go so far that life and death are not before you. ... ...one is inclined to wonder at first how so many dwellers came to be in the loneliest land that ever came out of God's hands, what they do there and w... ...the springs one finds the cunning brush shelters from which the Shoshones shot arrows at them when the doves came to drink. Now as to these same ... ...s that Vasquez has held up, from whose high seats express messengers have shot or been shot as their luck held. This is to comfort you when the dri... ...ses of the tawny valley, blue glints of the Bitter Lake, and tender cloud films on the farther ranges. For such pictures the pine branches make a n... ...ialize from in witch stories. It rays out and draws to it some floating films from secret canons. Rain begins, "slow dropping veil of thinnest la...

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King of the Khyber Rifles (film)

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...yber Rifles by Talbot Mundy. It is a remake of John Ford's The Black Watch (1929). The Khyber Pass scenes were shot in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, Calif... ...Rifles by Talbot Mundy. It is a remake of John Ford's The Black Watch (1929). The Khyber Pass scenes were shot in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California... ...undy. It is a remake of John Ford's The Black Watch (1929). The Khyber Pass scenes were shot in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California. Released by 20th... ... It is a remake of John Ford's The Black Watch (1929). The Khyber Pass scenes were shot in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California. Released by 20th Cent... ... a remake of John Ford's The Black Watch (1929). The Khyber Pass scenes were shot in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California. Released by 20th Century Fo... ...were shot in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California. Released by 20th Century Fox, the film was one of the first shot in Technicolor CinemaScope. ... ...shot in Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California. Released by 20th Century Fox, the film was one of the first shot in Technicolor CinemaScope. ... ... Films directed by Henry King ... ... Categories 1953 films All film ar...

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The Land of Little Rain

By: Jane Austen

... Land of Little Rain by Mary Austin Please take a look at the important information in this header. We encourage you to keep this file on your own dis... ...by Calera Recognition Systems. We are now trying to release all our books one month in advance of the official release dates, for time for better edit... ...me of the man who discovered it, which endears itself by reason of the close-locked pines it nourishes about its borders, you may look in my account t... ...ing, sharp-toothed kind that prey on them. Go as far as you dare in the heart of a lonely land, you cannot go so far that life and death are not befo... ... noon. If one is inclined to wonder at first how so many dwellers came to be in the loneliest land that ever came out of God's hands, what they do the... ... Still by the springs one finds the cunning brush shelters from which the Shoshones shot arrows at them when the doves came to drink. Now as to these ... ...ce, coaches that Vasquez has held up, from whose high seats express messengers have shot or been shot as their luck held. This is to comfort you when... ... for glimpses of the tawny valley, blue glints of the Bitter Lake, and tender cloud films on the farther ranges. For such pictures the pine branches ... ...ts 63 materialize from in witch stories. It rays out and draws to it some floating films from secret canons. Rain begins, "slow dropping veil of thi...

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Tarzan and the Amazons

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...d the Amazons (1945) is an adventure film starring Johnny Weissmuller in his ninth outing as Tarzan . Brenda Joyce makes the first of five app... ...n and Boy, on their way to meet Jane, who is returning from nursing work in England to support the war effort, rescue an "Amazon" woman from an at... ...r mind and the role was recast. Brenda Joyce portrayed Jane in five Tarzan films. Four opposite Johnny Weissmuller and one opposite Lex Barker. From ... ... post. The change was not explained or alluded to. This adventure film was shot in Baldwin Park, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden an... ...t in Baldwin Park, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden and Lone Pine, California . Essoe, Gabe. Tarzan of The Movies, 1968, publishe... ... Baldwin Park, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden and Lone Pine, California . Essoe, Gabe. Tarzan of The Movies, 1968, published by ... ...in Park, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden and Lone Pine, California . Essoe, Gabe. Tarzan of The Movies, 1968, published by The Ci...

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The Young Forester

By: Zane Grey

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...awny mountain−lion asleep. The bronzed cowboy came in for his share, and the lone bandit played his part in a way to make me shiver. The great pines, ... ...e, and the lone bandit played his part in a way to make me shiver. The great pines, the shady, brown trails, the sunlit glades, were as real to me as ... ...s, were as real to me as if I had been among them. Most vivid of all was the lonely forest at night and the campfire. I heard the sputter of the red e... ...e I go to college. The work will be different; those Western forests are all pine. I've a friend, Dick Leslie, a fellow I used to fish with, who went ... ...d, if not so plentiful, as when Billy the Kid run these parts. I saw two men shot an' another knifed jest before I went East to St. Louis." "Where?" "... ... the left, trying to circle. Once I snapped a twig; it cracked like a pistol−shot, and my heart stopped beating, then began to thump. But Greaser neve... ...onscious of everything. When I awoke the sun was gleaming dimly through thin films of smoke. I was lying in a pleasant little ravine with stunted pine...

...Excerpt: I. CHOOSING A PROFESSION. I loved outdoor life and hunting. Some way a grizzly bear would come in when I tried to explain forestry to my brother. ?Hunting grizzlies!? he cried. ?Why, Ken, father says you?ve been reading dime novels.? ?Just wait, Hal, till he comes out here. I?ll show him that forestry isn?t just bear?h...

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Hill Valley (Back to the Future)

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... Hill Valley, California is a fiction al medium sized town somewhere in Northern California that serves as the setting of the Back to the... ...rnia that serves as the setting of the Back to the Future trilogy and its . In the trilogy, Hill Valley is seen in four different time periods (188... ... (1885, 1955, 1985 and 2015) as well as in a dystopia n alternate 1985 . The films contain many sight gags, verbal innuendos and detailed set desig... ...n as Courthouse Square, already existed and had been previously used for many films and television show. One notable example is the very first episo... ...owing:Doc's house in 1955 is the Gamble House in Pasadena, California .Twin Pines/Lone Pine Mall is actually the Puente Hills Mall, located in In... ...Doc's house in 1955 is the Gamble House in Pasadena, California .Twin Pines/Lone Pine Mall is actually the Puente Hills Mall, located in Industry... ...is actually on Roslyndale Avenue in Panorama City, California .Peabody's Twin Pines Ranch is really at Golden Oak Ranch, which is owned by The Walt... ... Unknown Ice Cream Clone 27 McFly Farm Twin Pines Ranch Twin Pines Mall(Lone Pine Mall upon return from the timeline of events Marty McFly crea... ...n of one of the eponymous trees during his time in 1955. Trying to avoid being shot by Old Man Peabody at Twin Pines Ranch in 1955, Marty races off th...

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The Young Forester

By: Zane Grey

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...y mountain-lion asleep. The bronzed cowboy came in for his share, and the lone bandit played his part in a way to make me shiver. The great pines, t... ...and the lone bandit played his part in a way to make me shiver. The great pines, the shady, brown trails, the sunlit glades, were as real to me as i... ...were as real to me as if I had been among them. Most vivid of all was the lonely forest at night and the campfire. I heard the sputter of the red em... ... go to college. The work will be different; those Western forests are all pine. I've a friend, Dick Leslie, a fellow I used to fish with, who went W... ...if not so plentiful, as when Billy the Kid run these parts. I saw two men shot an' another knifed jest before I went East to St. Louis." "Where?" ... ... left, trying to circle. Once I snapped a twig; it cracked like a pistol-shot, and my heart stopped beating, then began to thump. But Greaser never... ...cious of everything. When I awoke the sun was gleaming dimly through thin films of smoke. I was lying in a pleasant little ravine with stunted pines...

...CHOOSING A PROFESSION. I loved outdoor life and hunting. Some way a grizzly bear would come in when I tried to explain forestry to my brother. ?Hunting grizzlies!? he cried. ?Why, Ken, father says you?ve been reading dime novels.? ?Just wait, Hal, till he comes out here. I?ll show him that forestry isn?t just bear-h...

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Star Trek Generations

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...lm released by Paramount Pictures. Generations is the seventh feature film in the Star Trek franchise. It is the first film in the series to star the ... ...Star Trek: The Next Generation. Parts of the film were shot at the Valley of Fire State Park near Overton, Nevada; Paramount Studi... ...the Valley of Fire State Park near Overton, Nevada; Paramount Studios; and Lone Pine, California. While the film received mixed re... ...alley of Fire State Park near Overton, Nevada; Paramount Studios; and Lone Pine, California. While the film received mixed reviews... ...xternal links Plot In the year 2293, retired Captain Klingon Bird of Prey belonging to the tre... ... cancelled, instead found Berman asking them to write one of the Star Trek films.[8] Berman also worked with former Next Generation producer Maurice H... ... Berman felt that including the original cast of the previous Star Trek films felt like a "good way to pass the baton" to the next series.[8] In th... ... and Scarface.[12] Despite the budget cuts Generations shot many scenes on location. The Enterprise-D promotio... ... Bond, Jeff (1999). The Music of Star Trek. Lone Eagle Publishing Company.    ...

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The Young Forester

By: Zane Grey

...SSION I loved outdoor life and hunting. Some way a grizzly bear would come in when I tried to explain forestry to my brother. "Hunting grizzlies!" he... ...o my side. "Ken, if the governor lets you go to Arizona can't you ring me in?" "Not this summer. I'd be afraid to ask him. But in another year I'll ... ...ny mountain-lion asleep. The bronzed cowboy came in for his share, and the lone bandit played his part in a way to make me shiver. The great pines, th... ... and the lone bandit played his part in a way to make me shiver. The great pines, the shady, brown trails, the sunlit glades, were as real to me as if... ... were as real to me as if I had been among them. Most vivid of all was the lonely forest at night and the campfire. I heard the sputter of the red emb... ...I go to college. The work will be different; those Western forests are all pine. I've a friend, Dick Leslie, a fellow I used to fish with, who went We... ... if not so plentiful, as when Billy the Kid run these parts. I saw two men shot an' another knifed jest before I went East to St. Louis." "Where?" "... ...he left, trying to circle. Once I snapped a twig; it cracked like a pistol-shot, and my heart stopped beating, then began to thump. But Greaser never ... ...scious of everything. When I awoke the sun was gleaming dimly through thin films of smoke. I was lying in a pleasant little ravine with stunted pines ...

...I loved outdoor life and hunting. Some way a grizzly bear would come in when I tried to explain forestry to my brother. Hunting grizzlies! he cried. Why, Ken, father says you've been reading dime novels. Just wait, Hal, till he comes out here. I'll show him that forestry isn't just bear-huntin...

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Tura Satana

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...tress and former exotic dancer. She was best known for her role as "Varla" in Russ Meyer's 1965 cult film, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!. Early life ... ...ycat! Kill! Kill!. Early life Satana was born Tura Luna Pascual Yamaguchi in Hokkaidō, Japan. Her father was a silent movie actor of Japanese and Fil... ...ter the end of World War II and a stint in the Manzanar internment camp in Lone Pine, California, she and her family moved to Chicago. She developed b... ...he end of World War II and a stint in the Manzanar internment camp in Lone Pine, California, she and her family moved to Chicago. She developed breast... ... of World War II and a stint in the Manzanar internment camp in Lone Pine, California, she and her family moved to Chicago. She developed breasts very... ... Kill!, Satana worked mainly with cult film director Ted V. Mikels in such films as The Astro-Zombies (1968), The Doll Squad (1973) and Mark of the As... ...elt at her first audition that Satana was "definitely Varla." The film was shot on location in the desert outside Los Angeles during days above 100 de... ...Later years After making Ted V. Mikels' The Doll Squad in 1973, Satana was shot by a former lover. She later found employment in a hospital, a positio...

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Steep Trails

By: John Muir

... Modoc Memories VI. The City of the Saints VII. A Great Storm in Utah VIII. Bathing in Salt Lake IX. Mormon Lilies X. ... ...evada Forests XIV. Nevada’s Timber Belt XV. Glacial Phenomena in Nevada 4 XVI. Nevada’s Dead Towns XVII. Puget Sound ... ... recognition, and few there be who would welcome the axe among mountain pines, or would care to apply any correction to the tones and costumes o... ... then ascended the first great mountain step upon which grows the sugar pine. Here I 20 slackened pace, for I drank the spicy, resiny win... ...deep of the sky by successive eruptions of ashes and molten lava which, shot high in the air and falling in darkening showers, and flowing from ... ...tive of going to the sky in a chariot of fire or a whirlwind, as one is shot to the Shasta mark in a booming palace-car 46 cartridge; up t... ...y down through any storm likely to fall. Presently thin, fibrous films of cloud began to blow directly over the summit from north to sout... ... Valley, I noticed a remarkably tall and imposing column, rising like a lone pine out of the sagebrush on the edge of a dry gulch. This proved ... ...hat so lavishly spent their time and money here only one man remains--a lone bachelor with one suspender. Mining discoveries and progress, r...

...ummer Days at Mount Shasta IV. A Perilous Night on Shasta’s Summit V. Shasta Rambles and Modoc Memories VI. The City of the Saints VII. A Great Storm in Utah VIII. Bathing in Salt Lake IX. Mormon Lilies X. The San Gabriel Valley XI. The San Gabriel Mountains XII. Nevada Farms XIII. Nevada Forests XIV. Nevada’s Timber Belt XV. Glacial Phenomena in Nevada...

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The Monolith Monsters

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...and Robert M. Fresco, with a screenplay by Fresco and Norman Jolley. Plot In the desert outside of San Angelo, California, a huge meteorite crashes t... ...ay by Fresco and Norman Jolley. Plot In the desert outside of San Angelo, California, a huge meteorite crashes to Earth and explodes, scattering hund... ...ict geological office, returns from a business trip. He finds Ben's corpse in a rock-hard, apparently petrified state, and the office's lab destroyed ... ...olds' request, they rush her to Dr. Steve Hendricks (Harry Jackson) at the California Medical Research Institute in Los Angeles. He later reports she ... ... by Paul Frees. Many of the exteriors were filmed in the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, California, whose rugged landscape has been used in previous fil... ...aul Frees. Many of the exteriors were filmed in the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, California, whose rugged landscape has been used in previous films su... ...in Lone Pine, California, whose rugged landscape has been used in previous films such as Gunga Din, High Sierra, Maverick, How the West Was Won, The C... ... Brigade, and Gladiator. Most of the exteriors of downtown San Angelo were shot on Universal's back lot, particularly Courthouse Square. The film's "...

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Reminiscences of a Pioneer

By: William Thompson

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...fe than has been touched by the parlor romancers or makers of moving−picture films. Perhaps some day these memories may serve to illumine the historia... ... almost trackless wilderness. As a small boy I remember the first mention of California, the land of gold. My father returned from New Orleans in Janu... ...tribe to exterminate the entire train. They were plainly told that the first shot fired by traders or Indians would sound their own death knell—that t... ...r Indians would sound their own death knell—that they, the traders, would be shot down without mercy. The ferry boats were then seized and the work of... ... trail” before daylight. The trail was a mere foot path cut through the bull pines, in the shadow of which imagination more than once pictured a lone ... ...the bull pines, in the shadow of which imagination more than once pictured a lone robber. But I always carried my revolver in my hand and, though a bo... ...ence their company was accepted, the more readily as we would soon enter the pine timber of the McKay mountains. Accordingly, after filling our “cante...

...Foreword: So rapidly is the Far West changing character, our pioneers should feel in duty bound to preserve all they can of its early history. Many of them are giving relics of frontier days to museums and historical societies. And they do well. Yet such collections are unfortunately accessible to only the...

...nces of a Pioneer, 1 -- Colonel William Thompson, 1 -- Foreword, 1 -- Chapter I. Farewell to the Old Southern Home, 2 -- Chapter II. Our First Winter in the Willamette Valley, 6 -- Chapter III. The Indian Outbreak of 1855, 9 -- Chapter IV. In Which Various Experiences are Discussed, 13 -- Chapter V. Taking Revenge on Marauding Snakes, 20 -- Chapter VI. One Sad Tale From Ca...

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Seven Men from Now

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...tracks someone through the Arizona wilderness and comes upon a wagon stuck in the mud. Stride uses the two horses he confiscated from the men at the e... ... as they head south to the border town of Flora Vista on their way west to California. Greer says he hopes to find a sales job there, but has been tak... ... Whitman ) tells them to go back, as Chiricahua Apache have been spotted in the area and he cannot guarantee their safety. Stride and the Greers tr... ... a deputy sheriff in Silver Springs. He puts her on a stagecoach bound for California, then rides away. Annie, however, tells the stage driver she is... ...between Scott, Boetticher, and producer Harry Joe Brown, with five of the films written by Kennedy. The movie was shot in the Alabama Hills and ot... ...Harry Joe Brown, with five of the films written by Kennedy. The movie was shot in the Alabama Hills and other locations near Lone Pine, California... ...nedy. The movie was shot in the Alabama Hills and other locations near Lone Pine, California in the last months of 1955. Gail Russell was cast as... ... The movie was shot in the Alabama Hills and other locations near Lone Pine, California in the last months of 1955. Gail Russell was cast as the ...

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