Mining the Motherlode

Mining the Motherlode Author Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105114203032
Release 2006
Pages 206
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[ital]Mining the Motherlode[ital] clearly defines the tenets, resources, and methods of womanist Christian social ethics by providing a womanist orientation on how racial and gender ideologies as well as social position inform research methods for this field. Floyd-Thomas accomplishes this by: [bullet] a) articulating the methodological contributions that womanist ethicists have made in this field of Christian ethics [bullet] b) distinguishing between [ital]traditional Christian ethics[ital] and [ital]liberation ethics[ital] [bullet] c) upholding Black women's moral struggles with race, class, and gender as an essential context to inform ethical inquiry and new possibilities for social justice. Will appeal to a board scholarly audience.



Teaching African American Religions

Teaching African American Religions Author Carolyn M. Jones
ISBN-10 0198037503
Release 2005-07-14
Pages 272
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The variety and complexity of its traditions make African American religion one of the most difficult topics in religious studies to teach to undergraduates. The sheer scope of the material to be covered is daunting to instructors, many of whom are not experts in African American religious traditions, but are called upon to include material on African American religion in courses on American Religious History or the History of Christianity. Also, the unfamiliarity of the subject matter to the vast majority of students makes it difficult to achieve any depth in the brief time allotted in the survey courses where it is usually first encountered. The essays in this volume will supply functional, innovative ways to teach African American religious traditions in a variety of settings.



The Mother Lode

The Mother Lode Author Gary Franklin
ISBN-10 144062075X
Release 2007-08-07
Pages 240
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Mountain man Joe Moss continues his quest to find the woman he loves and the child she bore him. In Carson City, he downs a record four bottles of whiskey, gets roaring drunk, and scalps two would-be robbers while they’re still alive. Luckily, an outcast Mormon woman Joe befriended aids his jailbreak before a lynch mob insists on his attendance at their necktie party. Joe locates his beloved Fiona’s father, Brendan McCarthy—a man he hates more than anyone alive—who tells him Fiona has killed a prominent mine owner and has a bounty on her head. Like it or not, the rotgut-ravaged Brendan may be the only one who can help Joe find his family. And that will require Joe to do the hardest thing of all—remain on his best behavior.



MOTHER LODE REGION OF CALIFORN

MOTHER LODE REGION OF CALIFORN Author William H. B. 1859 Storms
ISBN-10 1372878521
Release 2016-08-28
Pages 172
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Mines and Mineral Resources

Mines and Mineral Resources Author W.B. Tucker
ISBN-10 9785878338943
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Ghost Towns Mining Camps of the Boundary Country

Ghost Towns   Mining Camps of the Boundary Country Author Garnet Basque
ISBN-10 1895811821
Release 1999
Pages 152
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The many lost communities of British Columbia's Boundary country, which stretches from Osoyoos east to the Kootnays, are reborn with the help of 150 photographs, a dozen maps and a factual and entertaining text. Garnet Basque interviewed old-timers and scoured newspaper archives to create these entertaining accounts.



United States Geological Survey Professional Paper

United States Geological Survey Professional Paper Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015042673213
Release 1929
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Professional paper United States Geological Survey

Professional paper   United States Geological Survey Author Geological Survey (U.S.)
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105008136793
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Calaveras Gold

Calaveras Gold Author Ronald H. Limbaugh
ISBN-10 0874175461
Release 2004
Pages 404
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Most histories of the California Mother Lode have focused on the mines around the American and Yuba Rivers. However, the Southern Mines - those centered around Calaveras County in the central Sierra - were also of importance in the development of California's mineral wealth. Calaveras Gold offers a detailed and meticulously researched history of mining and its economic impact in this region from the first discoveries in the 1840s until the present. Mining in Calaveras County covered the full spectrum of technology from the earliest placer efforts through drift and hydraulic mining to advanced hard-rock industrial mining. Subsidiary industries such as agriculture, transportation, lumbering, and water supply, as well as a complex social and political structure, developed around the mines. The authors examine the roles of race, gender, and class in this frontier society; the generation and distribution of capital; and the impact of the mines on the development of political and cultural institutions. They also look at the impact of mining on the Native American population, the realities of day-to-day life in the mining camps, the development of agriculture and commerce, the occurrenc



Nuggets to Neutrinos

Nuggets to Neutrinos Author Steven T. Mitchell
ISBN-10 9781456839475
Release 2010-12-16
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Mine Planning and Equipment Selection 1995

Mine Planning and Equipment Selection 1995 Author J. Hadjigeorgiou
ISBN-10 9054105690
Release 1995-10-31
Pages 1136
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This text presents about 150 papers based on an international symposium on mine planning and equipment selection, held in Canada in 1995. Coverage includes: design and planning of surface and underground mines; surface mining and the environment; tailings disposal; and slope stability analysis.



Motherlode

Motherlode Author Stephanie Holt
ISBN-10 0908205112
Release 1996
Pages 220
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In this collection of essays, performance pieces, poetry and prose from Sybylla Feminist Press, mother as noun, appendage and agenda is mined for meaning in the context of contemporary Australian society.



Black Church Studies

Black Church Studies Author Juan M. Floyd-Thomas
ISBN-10 9781426732164
Release 2007-11-01
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Religious Studies Over the last thirty years African American voices and perspectives have become essential to the study of the various theological disciplines. Writing out of their particular position in the North American context, African American thinkers have contributed significantly to biblical studies, theology, church history, ethics, sociology of religion, homiletics, pastoral care, and a number of other fields. Frequently the work of these African American scholars is brought together in the seminary curriculum under the rubric of the black church studies class. Drawing on these several disciplines, the black church studies class seeks to give an account of the broad meaning of Christian faith in the African American experience. Up to now, however, there has not been a single, comprehensive textbook designed to meet the needs of students and instructors in these classes. Black Church Studies: An Introduction will meet that need. Drawing on the work of specialists in several fields, it introduces all of the core theological disciplines from an African American standpoint, from African American biblical interpretation to womanist theology and and ethics to sociological understandings of the life of African American churches. It will become an indispensable resource for all those preparing to serve in African American congregations, or to understand African American contributions to the study of Christian faith. Looks at the diverse definitions and functions of the Black Church as well as the ways in which race, class, religion, and gender inform its evolution. Provides a comprehensive view of the contributions of African American Scholarship to the current theological discussion. Written by scholars with broad expertise in a number of subject areas and disciplines. Will enable the reader to relate the work of African American theological scholars to the tasks of preaching, teaching, and leading in local congregations. Will provide the reader the most comprehensive understanding of African American theological scholarship available in one volume. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, Brite Divinity School Juan Floyd-Thomas, Texas Christian University Carol B. Duncan, Wilfrid Laurier University Stephen G. Ray Jr., Lutheran Theological Seminary-Philadelphia Nancy Lynne Westfield, Drew University Theology/Theology and Doctrine/Contemporary Theology



Deeper Shades of Purple

Deeper Shades of Purple Author Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas
ISBN-10 9780814727522
Release 2006-08-01
Pages 331
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The second wave of feminism was one of the most significant political and cultural developments of the 1960s and 1970s. Yet the role radical feminism played within the women's movement remains hotly contested. For some, radical feminism has made a lasting contribution to our understanding of male privilege, and the ways the power imbalance between men and women affects the everyday fabric of women's lives. For others, radical feminism represents a reflexive hostility toward men, sex, and heterosexuality, and thus is best ignored or forgotten. Rather than have the movement be interpreted by others, Radical Feminism permits the original work of radical feminists to speak for itself. Comprised of pivotal documents written by U.S. radical feminists in the 1960s and 1970s, Radical Feminism combines both unpublished and previously published manifestos, position papers, minutes of meetings, and newsletters essential to an understanding of radical feminism. Consisting of documents unavailable to the general public, and others in danger of being lost altogether, this panoramic collection is organized around the key issues of sex and sexuality, race, children, lesbianism, separatism, and class. Barbara A. Crow rescues the groundbreaking original work of such groups as The Furies, Redstockings, Cell 16, and the Women's Liberation Movement. Contributors include Kate Millet, Susan Brownmiller, Shulamith Firestone, Rosalyn Baxandall, Toni Morrison, Ellen Willis, Anne Koett, and Vivan Gornick. Gathered for the first time in one volume, these primary sources of radical feminism fill a major gap in the literature on feminism and feminist thought. Radical Feminism is an indispensable resource for future generations of feminists, scholars, and activists. "This valuable anthology may well change the way many of us view radical feminism." --Resources for Feminist Research, Winter/Spring 2001, Vol. 28, No. 3/4



With Golden Visions Bright Before Them

With Golden Visions Bright Before Them Author Will Bagley
ISBN-10 9780806187754
Release 2012-10-01
Pages 488
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During the mid-nineteenth century, a quarter of a million travelers—men, women, and children—followed the “road across the plains” to gold rush California. This magnificent chronicle—the second installment of Will Bagley’s sweeping Overland West series—captures the danger, excitement, and heartbreak of America’s first great rush for riches and its enduring consequences. With narrative scope and detail unmatched by earlier histories, With Golden Visions Bright Before Them retells this classic American saga through the voices of the people whose eyewitness testimonies vividly evoke the most dramatic era of westward migration. Traditional histories of the overland roads paint the gold rush migration as a heroic epic of progress that opened new lands and a continental treasure house for the advancement of civilization. Yet, according to Bagley, the transformation of the American West during this period is more complex and contentious than legend pretends. The gold rush epoch witnessed untold suffering and sacrifice, and the trails and their trials were enough to make many people turn back. For America’s Native peoples, the effect of the massive migration was no less than ruinous. The impact that tens of thousands of intruders had on Native peoples and their homelands is at the center of this story, not on its margins. Beautifully written and richly illustrated with photographs and maps, With Golden Visions Bright Before Them continues the saga that began with Bagley’s highly acclaimed, award-winning So Rugged and Mountainous: Blazing the Trails to Oregon and California, 1812–1848, hailed by critics as a classic of western history.



Buried Cities Forgotten Gods

Buried Cities  Forgotten Gods Author Robert Sigfrid Wicks
ISBN-10 089672414X
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 318
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"I will go no further," William Niven’s Indian guide declared. "Beyond on every ridge, as far as you can see is all a part of one great City of the Dead . . . the gods will permit no man to go further and from here I return." Niven, however, did continue on and discovered a remarkable expanse of ruins in the rugged state of Guerrero along Mexico’s western coast. During the early 1890s, Niven’s explorations were sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History. Later, he continued to explore on his own. His photographs, letters, diaries, and newspaper accounts are now the only source of information on many sites that were later destroyed by grave robbers, neglect, and the turmoil of the Mexican Revolution in 1911. His later discovery of twenty-six hundred inscribed stone tablets in the Valley of Mexico aroused considerable controversy, and inspired James Churchward to put forth an occult interpretation of the origins of the Native Americans in The Lost Continent of Mu (1926). They remain controversial to this day. The writer Katherine Anne Porter frequented Niven’s excavations in the Valley of Mexico and based her first published short story, "María Concepción," on her experiences there. She would write that the "Old Man never carried a gun, never locked up his money, sat on political dynamite and human volcanoes and never bothered to answer his slanderers. He bore a charmed life. Nothing would ever happen to him." Niven was planning a book about his experiences, but was unable to complete it because of ill health. Buried Cities, Forgotten Gods is based upon his surviving manuscripts and personal papers.



Finding The Arizona Motherlode

Finding The Arizona Motherlode Author Dan Starkey
ISBN-10 9783863730628
Release 2015-05-05
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How to prospect for the motherlode. New insights in geology help find mineral deposits. The Lost Dutchman Gold Mine is used as an example.