Of the people volume 1
“The first of a three-volume series, this book covers aspects of the research, management, and technologies used in the development of the world’s major horticultural crops… All of the chapters are well-written, well-illustrated, and well-referenced, and they effectively highlight major issues. This book is recommended for anyone interested in learning about the current challenges in production horticulture and where the future will lie. In conclusion, this book is highly recommended. Graduate students, upper-division undergraduates, researchers/faculty, and professionals/practitioners.” (Choice, Vol. 53 (1), September 2015, D. D. Archbold)
Stories of the bible, volume 1: the people of the chosen
Starting with prehistoric times and ending with the Dacke revolt of 1542, renowned writer Vilhelm Moberg’s two-volume popular history of the Swedish people tells the tale from the perspective of the common people, describing the lives of peasants as well as royal families. Moberg looks at Viking raids, the arrival of Christianity, and the tyrannical rule of the Folkungs royal family, which lasted from 1250 to the 1360s. He vividly portrays the arrival of the Black Death on a ship carrying only dead passengers, as well as Queen Margareta’s reign as the founder of the Kalmar Union, which included all of Scandinavia. Moberg faithfully conveys how history impacted “the entire people” of Sweden in each chapter.
History of the norwegian people, volume 1 by knut
Bruce Ackerman provides a comprehensive reinterpretation of our country’s constitutional history and its prospects for the future. We the People confronts the past, current, and future of common sovereignty in America by integrating concepts from American history, political science, and philosophy. Only this illustrious scholar could offer such an insightful perspective on the Supreme Court’s position. Ackerman advocates a modern paradigm of judicial interpretation that would synthesize the constitutional efforts of several decades into a cohesive whole, rejecting the claims of judicial activists, proceduralists, and neoconservatives. The author discusses a broad variety of subjects, from the roots of the dualist tradition in the Federalist Papers to recent, seminal constitutional decisions. The right to privacy and recent civil rights movements are woven into the fabric of constitutionalism. The Founding Federalists in the 1780s, the Reconstruction Republicans in the 1860s, and the New Deal Democrats in the 1930s all led three major experiments in popular sovereignty that resulted in today’s Constitution.
History of the norwegian people, volume 1 by knut gjerset
Introduce students to jazz by excellent literature and hands-on experience! Jazz for Young People is the first of ten volumes that includes early jazz in New Orleans and major artists such as Buddy Bolden, Jelly Roll Morton, and others. Step-by-step lessons incorporate immersive student learning with content and audio/video recordings of Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center musicians, as well as classroom instruments that any music teacher owns or can easily afford. This simple-to-present resource is intended for an instructor who may or may not have been educated in America’s art form, but who wants to introduce jazz to the next generation. DIGITAL DOWNLOADS include reproducible activity/assessment worksheets, step-by-step lesson slides to project, audio recordings of each album, and Wynton Marsalis sharing background information. Furthermore! You will have FREE ACCESS to the video clips that relate to each lesson. Great for beginning jazz ensembles, group jazz education classes, and general music classrooms (grades 2 and up).