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Cannibal Dwarves: Hostile Little Folk of the Great Plains

For the most part, the Fair Folk of North America are more congenial than their European counterparts. Though exceptions certainly exist, they are more likely to be friendly to mortals than the average sídhe or pisgy, for example. 419 more words


Cybis 'Folio One' Native American Indian Portrait Drawings

The only non-porcelain retail offering from the Cybis studio was a 1970s art issue called the Folio One. This was a limited edition reproduction series taken from nine conté drawings of Native Americans made by Boleslaw Cybis in 1939 and 1940. 1,336 more words

Beautiful Porcelain

Comanche shrinks Atlantic

Congratulations to the crew of Jim Clark and Kristy Hinze-Clark’s 100-foot super-maxi Comanche who this week set a new transatlantic crossing record time of 5 days, 14 hours, 21 minutes 25 seconds. 82 more words


Journal ~ Camping Alone ~ May 4th 1997

In 1996 I left Indiana and my (then) abusive husband, and found a new place to call home in the mountains of Colorado. It was October when I arrived in the mountains, so I stayed in a motel room that winter. 336 more words


1992 Jeep Comanche Owners Manual User Guide Reference Operator Book Fuses Fluids

Also called an operating manual, this book acquaints the owner with the operating controls of the vehicle, recommends certain maintenance & minor service procedures, includes brief specifications & capacities.
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"Wild About Horses" by Lawrence Scanlan

First a preface- Yes, I’m slacking again, and here’s the short version of a long tale…I bought a house, it took 90 days to close on it due to going the government loan route, and I finally (FINALLY) have finished moving into the new house. 407 more words

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Today in Texas History - June 20

From the Annals of the Horse Troopers –   In 1852, Fort Clark was established by two companies of the First Infantry under the command of Major Joseph H. 187 more words

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