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A World Heritage Site, Kootenay National Park extends from the glacier-clad peaks of the Continental Divide along the Vermilion and Kootenay rivers to the grassy slopes of the Columbia River valley. This colourful pictorial guide was written in collaboration with…

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The first book to tell the complete story of Rushmore. "I had seen the photographs and the drawings of this great work. And yet, until about ten minutes ago I had no conception of its magnitude, its permanent beauty and its importance." — Franklin Delano…

Ritz Hotel London

by Marcus Binney

|November 23, 1999

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Cesar Ritz invented the modern luxury hotel. The palace hotels he created in London and Paris brought new standards of architectural elegance and comfort to grand hotels and were followed by the Ritz Hotels in Madrid and Lisbon and the Ritz-Carltons in New York,…

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800 routes on more than 200 peaks for all climbers.

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This smartly designed, richly photographed and illustrated culinary travel guidebook tells travelers how to find the most delicious, authentic and adventuresome eating experiences in Poland. The authors share the secrets they’ve…

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In this book, Francis Lovett examines public parks, especially those administered by the National Park Service, from a communitarian perspective. The author views the parks as an example of a common good_something which is valued for its service to a community or…

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Exploration of the Grand Canyon has attracted the attention of adventurers from Coronado to Roosevelt and captured the imaginations of millions worldwide. In the early part of the twentieth century, development of the canyon as a tourist destination, a source of…

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In this book, Francis Lovett examines public parks, especially those administered by the National Park Service, from a communitarian perspective. The author views the parks as an example of a common good_something which is valued for its service to a community or…

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Ideal for today's young investigative reader, each A True Book includes lively sidebars, a glossary and index, plus a comprehensive "To Find Out More" section listing books, organizations, and Internet sites. A staple of library collections since the 1950s, the…

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This invaluable reference work is a fundamental resource for scholars, students, conservationists, and citizens interested in America's national park system. The extensive group of documents illustrate the system's creation, development, and management. They…

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Chase asserts that Yellowstone is being destroyed by the very people assigned to protect it: the National Park Service. Named as one of 'ten books that mattered' in the 1980s by Outside magazine and a book of continuing crucial relevance. Index; map.

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Before the Great Smoky Mountains became a national park, the region was a lush wilderness dotted with isolated farms.  Into this land of unspoiled beauty, Dorie Woodruff Cope was born in 1899.  In this evocative memoir, Dorie's daughter, Florence Cope…