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Victoria Unbuttoned

By Linda J. Eversole
  • ISBN Code: : 177151339X
  • Publisher : TouchWood Editions
  • Pages : 224
  • Category : History
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A nuanced history of prostitution in Victoria told through newly uncovered stories of women who lived it. From the establishment of Fort Victoria, BC’s capital city has had a long history of prostitution. But little has been written on the lives of the women themselves—some of the most enterprising women in Victoria’s past. Instead, these women’s stories have been relegated to judgmental newspaper headlines. Now historian Linda J. Eversole takes a deeper look at their lives, from the mid-nineteenth century to the First World War and the Moral Reform movement. Story by story, from the fur trade, through confederation, waves of immigration, and attempts at reform and legislation, Eversole uncovers the histories of the women who made a living, and in some cases a fortune, from the world’s oldest profession. With accompanying maps and historical photos, new research, and the support of the descendants of some of her subjects, Eversole presents a nuanced, human series of portraits that enhances our understanding of this important strand of the city’s history.

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  • Pdf File: lessons.pdf

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A new world. A new existence. Victoria is learning. Learning that she must let go of what she was to become what she will be. For James centuries have past without thought to his beginning. The decision, his irrational act has brought with it the event at the Gorge. Exact payment for the destruction of their old world or buy time until he is sure Victoria can stand on her own. The decision becomes inescapable. The Journey So Far: MEETING, The Business: Journal I Enter Victoria Hamilton’s well thought out organized personal and professional life as it is challenged by her eyes and her heart. As much as she tries, nothing will ever be the same. UNDERSTANDING, The Business: Journal II What do you do when the mind’s reality doesn’t match the awareness of the heart? Victoria is breaking the promises she made to herself. Feel free to play, but always stay in control. Enjoy, but don’t commit beyond the next event. And, above all, never, ever allow anything into your heart.

A Faithful Public-Prophetic Witness

By Barry K. Morris
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  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Book Code : 1532684347
  • Total of Pages : 198
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 176
  • Pdf File: a-faithful-public-prophetic-witness.pdf

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This book hails from decades of challenging trial-and-error work, abundant reading, and an enduring obligation to ministers, activists, and unsung lay heroes whose legacies matter. As there is little that actually addresses the elusive meanings, if not the dangers inherent in pursuing alleged spoils of “success,” it is kairos time. Seemingly scarce resources and competition to make and maintain ministries in the city challenge those of us in the field, or on the sidelines, to speak, write, and communicate clearly, and convincingly—not only for ourselves and our “people,” past and present, but for those who come along soon to receive the baton or wear the mantle. Concretely narrated, with unique case studies, a cast of dozens contribute their earthy, earnest testimonies and are, at long last, energetically affirmed. Specifically, this work proffers constructive attention to the critical cautions concerning subtle temptations to “succeed,” including: commodification, cooptation, communalism, clientelism, and cowardice—and, not bailing on fierce charity-justice tensions (with benevolence protectively dominant). Narrative analysis and biography-as-theology, social ethics, biblical theology, and recent church history give apt attention to how a compelling case is possible for success, if justice is practiced, given a hopeful realism and perspective of prophetic eschatology.

Australian Coastal Systems

By Andrew D. Short
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  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Book Code : 3030142949
  • Total of Pages : 1241
  • Category : Science
  • Members : 994
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This book describes the entire coast and beaches and barrier systems of Australia. It covers the coastal processes and systems that form and impact Australia's 30.000 km coast, 12.000 beaches and 2750 barrier systems. These processes include geology, geomorphology, climate, waves, tides, currents, sediment supply, as well as coastal ecosystems. The coast is divided into tropical northern and southern temperate provinces, within which are seven divisions, 23 regions and 354 coastal sediment compartments each of which is described in detail in the 34 chapters. Within these systems are the full range of wave through tide-dominated beaches and barriers ranging from cheniers to massive transgressive dune systems together with a range of onshore and longshore sand transport systems. This is an up to date reference for the entire coast, its present condition and likely responses to the impacts of climate change.

On Their Own Terms

By Haley Healey
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  • Publisher : Heritage House Publishing Co
  • Book Code : 177203326X
  • Total of Pages : 144
  • Category : History
  • Members : 539
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"An engaging contribution to Canadian women's history." —BC Books for BC Schools A fascinating collection of concise stories about seventeen courageous, independent, and diverse women who shaped the history of Vancouver Island. From the lush rainforest of Clayoquot Sound to the bustling city streets of Victoria, Vancouver Island has been home to an astounding number of inspiring women. On Their Own Terms: True Stories of Trailblazing Women of Vancouver Island celebrates the achievements of seventeen amazing heroines working in multiple fields, from world-famous artists to social activists to groundbreaking scientists and quietly defiant labourers. The diverse women in this engaging new collection include: pioneer and midwife Tuwa ‘hwiye Tusium Gollelim, Mary Ann Gyves; world-renowned algae botanist Josephine Tilden; undiscovered aviatrix Lilian Bland; Vancouver Island’s first African-Canadian teacher, Emma Stark; and entrepreneur and bounty hunter Ada Annie Rae-Arthur, better known as Cougar Annie. On Their Own Terms will delight and empower anyone looking for true stories of nineteenth- and twentieth-century women who confronted uncertainty, challenged gender norms, and excelled in their respective vocations. Whether you are an entrepreneur, an educator, a rebellious spirit, or an armchair adventurer, these incredible women who thrived on Vancouver Island will captivate you.

Button Hill

By Michael Bradford
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  • Publisher : Orca Book Publishers
  • Book Code : 1459807553
  • Total of Pages : 264
  • Category : Juvenile Fiction
  • Members : 169
  • Pdf File: button-hill.pdf

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Dekker isn’t happy that he and his little sister, Riley, are stuck in Button Hill with their weird old great-aunt Primrose. When he discovers an old clock in the cellar, made entirely of bones and with a skull for a face, he doesn’t think much about it. But when Riley goes missing, a strange boy named Cobb appears in Button Hill. He tells Dekker that Button Hill sits on the border between Nightside and Dayside—and that Riley is in Nightside and may never return. In order to save her, Dekker must follow her into the darkness and sacrifice something he thought he couldn’t live without.

Hunger Moon

By Melissa Snark
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  • Publisher : Nordic Lights Press
  • Book Code : 1942193068
  • Total of Pages : 380
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 345
  • Pdf File: hunger-moon.pdf

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Norse & Viking Mythology, Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Framed for her lover's murder... Victoria Storm, Alpha of the Storm Pack, leads her beleaguered family of wolf-shifters in a desperate flight from Odin's mortal followers. Her worst enemy, a rogue hunter, won't stop until his brother's death is avenged and he'll kill anyone who gets in his way. Following Freya's prophecy, Victoria seeks sanctuary in a small town high in the secluded Sierra Nevada Mountains. In Sierra Pines, nothing is as it seems. Victoria considers a marriage of convenience with Arik Koenig, a powerful lawyer with a Loki-like gift for twisting the truth to his advantage. The more she learns of his mysterious past, the greater her mistrust. With the fate of her pack on the line, Victoria undertakes an investigation into the murder of Arik's wife. When her prying uncovers layers of lies and deception, a blizzard of Ragnarök proportions threatens to consume them all. Suggested reading order for Loki's Wolves: #1. Valkyrie's Vengeance #2. Hunger Moon #3. Battle Cry #4. Gallows God #5. Hunter's Mark (prequel) #6. Fragile Gods #7. Blood Brothers (To be released) PRAISE FOR THE LOKI'S WOLVES / RAGNAROK: DOOM OF THE GODS SERIES: "Write fast Ms. Snark!" ~ 4.5 Stars from InD'Tale Magazine "Melissa Snark is next on my reading list. I look forward to reading more of her books." ~ 4.5 stars Top Pick from Night Owl Reviews This book is a great time! It combines all the best elements of the paranormal with a spine-chilling mystery. Although short, it is a well-told story full of twists and turns. The author has a light easy-going touch with a descriptive style that draws the reader into the action. Although a little light on the shape-shifting aspect of the characters, the story explores other aspects of the supernatural, drawing inspiration from Viking mythology. This use of mythology in a modern way opens up a plethora of new ideas for the genre. "Valkyrie's Vengeance" is a niceeasy read, perfect for unwinding after work or on a Sunday afternoon. ~InD'Tale Magazine RONE Awards 2016 Finalist Fans of the following books and series are known to enjoy this Norse & Viking mythology, paranormal & urban fantasy series: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman Demon Hunter by Rachel Medhurst (Viking Soul) Ragnarok Rising by Nora Ash (The Omega Prophecy) Urban Mythic: Eleven Novels of Adventure and Romance, Featuring Norse and Greek Gods, Demons and Djinn, Angels, Fairies, Vampires, and Werewolves in the Modern World by C. Gockel, Christine Pope, Meg Collett, C.J. Brightley, Mark E. Cooper, Helen Harper, Melissa Snark, Debra Dunbar, Ron Neito, S. T. Bende, Nancy Straight The Morrigan: Celtic Goddes of Magick and Might by Courtney Weber Pagan Portals - Brigid: Meeting The Celtic Goddess Of Poetry, Forge, And Healing Well by Morgan Daimler Tending Brigid's Flame: Awaken to the Celtic Goddess of Hearth, Temple, and Forge by Lunaea Weatherstone Someday My Count Will Come (I Bring the Fire) by C. Gockel Legends Of The Gods: eBook Edition by E. A. Wallis Budge Reign of the Anunnaki: The Alien Manipulation of Our Spiritual Destiny by Jan Erik Sigdell Pagan Portals - Loki: Trickster and Transformer by Dagulf Loptson The Wild Curse (Faerie Sworn) by by Ron C. Nieto See No Evil (Soul Eater) by Pippa DaCosta Finding Grace (The Remarkable Life of Zach Wiche Continued) by Cate Dean Shadow Mate by Caryn Moya Block 'Til Dragons Do Us Part by Lorenda Christensen Refuge (The Healers of Meligna: Klawdia Series) by K. J. Colt Keywords related to this Norse & Viking mythology, paranormal & urban fantasy series: Loki, Fantasy Books, Epic Sagas, Werewolves and Shifters, Animals & Nature, Popular Series, Paranormal Fantasy Books, Top Rated Books, Tricks, Fantasy Omnibus, Spells & Charms, Romance Books, Loki Books, Wizards, Fantasy Romance Books, Essential Reads, Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales, Epic Fantasy, Vampires, Omnibus Bundle, Paranormal Romance Series, Adventure Books, Mythology and Folklore, Top Rated Fantasy Collection With Vikings And Shapeshifters, Fantasy Bundle, Heroine, Dryads, Supernatural and Occult, Sword And Sorcery, Shifter Romance, Modern Paranormal Romance Series, Fantasy Stories, Shifter Series, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy Books, Shifter Omnibus, Best Rated Omnibus, Omnibus Collection, Paranormal Romance Books, Magical Adventures, Alpha, Warriors, Shadow, Asgard Stories, Demon, Chaos, Fairy Tales, Thor, Odin, Freya, Frigg, Angel, Wolves, Norse mythology weapons, Ymir, Best books on Norse Mythology, Norse myths, Norse Mythology novel, the Nine Worlds of Norse Mythology, Gods of Norse Mythology, Norse Mythology for dummies, Viking gods, Norse worlds, the Norse mythology, Norse mythology creation, Vikings mythology, Norse mythology book, Books about Norse mythology.

Community Leisure and Recreation Planning

By Ken Marriott,John Tower,Katie McDonald
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Book Code : 1000198480
  • Total of Pages : 284
  • Category : Sports & Recreation
  • Members : 967
  • Pdf File: community-leisure-and-recreation-planning.pdf

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Community Leisure and Recreation Planning offers an up-to-date, evidence-based approach to planning community leisure and recreation facilities, programs and services. It introduces readers to key theory and best practice in the planning of effective leisure and recreation projects. The book defines planning, leisure, recreation and other key concepts and explains why a thorough planning process is essential to achieving effective outcomes. It presents a comprehensive, integrative four phase model for undertaking leisure and recreation planning, including: pre-planning, planning research, preparing a plan, and implementing, monitoring and evaluating the outputs and outcomes of a plan. It provides a conceptual rationale for each component of the planning process, a detailed explanation of the tools and techniques that can be used, and extensive examples and international case study materials to demonstrate their use. The principles and techniques explained in the book are applicable at a range of community levels from small individual sites to regions, states and even countries. This is an essential course text for all leisure and recreation courses, and invaluable reading for academics, practitioners, stakeholders and students working in leisure and recreation planning, events, culture and sport.

Women the Power Behind the Crown of England

By Peter J Sell
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  • Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
  • Book Code : 1326919997
  • Total of Pages :
  • Category : History
  • Members : 705
  • Pdf File: women-the-power-behind-the-crown-of-england.pdf

Book Short Summary:

These are the true stories of how strong willed women of influence changed the course of history within the Crown of England. Sometimes for the good of the Kingdom of England and sometimes for their own reasons and advantages. Always however with interesting results. It is a complete history of the last thousand years of the history within the monarchy of England and how the women in the background changed it. Whether through their sexuality, their intellect or through just force of personality.