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Thu Oct 16 17:59:31 2014 UTClccn-n850683270.00Lantz, Paul : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]0.071.00Paul Lantz : paintings, April 22-May 29, 1979 : Marshall Gallery, Roswell Museum and Art Center75278838n 850683271381200Lantz, Paul Valentine 1908-2000lccn-n79083990Edmonds, Walter Dumaux1903-1998lccn-n79084349Gates, Doris1901-1987lccn-n79056779Clark, Ann Nolan1896-1995lccn-nr2001050008Butterfield, John1801-1869lccn-no2003073197Pinkerton, Robert E.(Robert Eugene)1882-1970lccn-n79076135Bulla, Clyde Robertlccn-n79134888Lampman, Evelyn Sibleylccn-no2011053961Koch, Dorothy Clarke1924-lccn-n50009935Means, Florence Crannell1891-1980lccn-n79071039Epstein, Beryl1910-1999Lantz, Paul1908-FictionJuvenile worksHistoryUnited StatesFrench and Indian War (United States : 1754-1763)Migrant laborNew York (State)Frontier and pioneer lifeRiflesCaliforniaDepressionsNavajo IndiansCouragePostal serviceMulesButterfield, John,Historical fictionPovertyIndians of North AmericaNewbery MedalSouthwest, NewChildrenCowsFarm lifeAdventure storiesFamiliesLove storiesTravelHawaiiHorsesManners and customsChristian biographyLibrariesRanch lifeColoradoWillowwareBrigands and robbersGirlsMurieta, Joaquín,FirearmsLewis and Clark ExpeditionFriendshipIndians of North America--WarsDutchMexican AmericansCountry lifeMigrant agricultural laborersChildren's literature--Study and teachingCreative writing (Elementary education)Reading (Elementary)New York (State)--New YorkUnited States--Hudson River ValleyDutch Americans19082000194019411942194319451946194819491951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197219761979198719881989199019911994199820051082228105[FIC]PS3509.D564ocn016204858ocn018950157ocn004694874ocn023022075ocn021253901ocn030818332ocn045211561ocn642699591ocn037139420ocn030757625430828ocn016204858book19410.07Edmonds, Walter DumauxThe matchlock gunHistoryJuvenile worksFictionIn 1756, during the French and Indian War in upper New York state, ten-year-old Edward is determined to protect his home and family with the ancient, and much too heavy, Spanish gun that his father had given him before leaving home to fight the enemy+-+5664674485321528ocn000186546book19400.07Gates, DorisBlue willowHistoryJuvenile worksFictionA little girl, who wants most of all to have a real home and to go to a regular school, hopes that the valley her family has come to, which so resembles the pattern on her treasured blue willow plate, will be their permanent home+-+697458596572211ocn002662655book19400.06Clark, Ann NolanLittle Navajo bluebirdJuvenile worksFictionSimple life among the navahos of today - caring for their sheep, weaving blankets, and making jewelry. Grades 4-64871ocn002216409book19530.06Pinkerton, Robert EThe first overland mailHistoryJuvenile worksAn account of the charting of the routes, the creation of way stations, supplying of men and horses, and the hazards encountered on the trip4726ocn000299241book19600.06Bulla, Clyde RobertThree-dollar muleJuvenile worksFictionA boy finds himself the owner of a mule that likes children but is very hostile to adults. To the parents' dismay and the boy's delight, all attempts to sell the animal fail+-+36628216352673ocn001873424book19580.06Koch, Dorothy ClarkeWhen the cows got outJuvenile worksFictionA city boy visiting his grandfather's farm accidentally lets the cows out of the barnyard and searches for a way to get them back2591ocn001398786book19560.06Lampman, Evelyn SibleyNavaho sisterJuvenile worksFictionThe story of Sad Girl, a 12 year-old Navaho orphan, who leaves her grandmother's hogan in Arizona to attend the Chemawa Indian School in Oregon. Here she takes the name of Rose Smith, learns the language and ways of the white man, and finally finds a family2202ocn001649654book19420.06Edmonds, Walter DumauxTom WhippleTom signed up for sea-duty, and found himself on a cargo boat bound for Russia1921ocn000692768book19560.06Means, Florence CrannellKnock at the door, EmmyJuvenile worksFictionEmmy Lou Lane and her family were migrant workers, shuttling back and forth across the country in a succession of old pickup trucks, working the crops and selling homemade baskets. But Emmy set other goals for herself including learning to read and getting an education1462ocn001358529book19540.06Epstein, SamThe first book of HawaiiHistoryJuvenile works1351ocn001142111book19590.07McLeod, Jack MTheirs is the kingdomJuvenile works1242ocn001402734book19610.06Daly, MaureenPatrick visits the libraryJuvenile worksTrying to decide what kind of dog to buy for his birthday, Patrick visits his local library to find more information881ocn001632002book19570.07Lauritzen, JonreedThe young mustangersJuvenile worksFictionThe Cataloma was where wild horses roamed and Tenn and Michael Marriner lived on the Cottonwood Ranch. When their cattle stray, and their father has ridden their only saddle horse to Denver, they must try to trap some of the mustangs to retrieve the cattle731ocn004007405book19550.06Gates, DorisBecky and the banditHistoryJuvenile worksFictionBecky liked being a tomboy, but when her only brother left and she had to ride Prince to town alone to pay the taxes, her curls saved her from bandits461ocn001867035book19620.06Arnold, Adelaide WilsonTraveler's moonJuvenile worksFictionA Pawi Indian boy and his friend begin a holiday trip that turns in a mission of mercy and lesson about friendship221ocn007585084book19420.06Holdridge, BettyIsland boy212ocn002977222book19410.06Curl, Grace VorisYoung Shannon, scout with Lewis and ClarkJuvenile worksFiction113ocn025530514book19490.23Gates, DorisHet Bord met de WilgenFiction31ocn019187024book19610.06Edmonds, Walter DumauxRoveh ʻatiḳ-yominJuvenile worksFictionIn 1756, during the French and Indian War in upper New York state, ten-year-old Edward is determined to protect his home and family with the ancient, and much too heavy, Spanish gun that his father had given him before leaving home to fight the enemy31ocn066943736book19520.33Clark, Ann NolanBlaukehlchen, das Indianerkind : Das Leben d. Indianer gestern u. heute11ocn217395981book0.47Lantz, PaulArtist file : Paul Lantz11ocn041989961book19791.00Lantz, PaulPaul Lantz : paintings, April 22-May 29, 1979 : Marshall Gallery, Roswell Museum and Art CenterExhibition catalogs11ocn199146730bookLantz, Paul : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]The folder may include clippings, announcements, small exhibition catalogs, and other ephemeral items+-+6974585965+-+6974585965Thu Oct 16 15:42:01 EDT 2014batch15755