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Part of the Series: Great Explorers Series
"Recommended. Pictures of the Naskapi people and the harsh landscape are strikingly detailed. The faces and expressions are vivid and clear." -EMRO Review "Some of the artifacts Cabot gathered, including a drum, a bow and arrow, caribou-skin mittens and a pouch, and moccasins, are on display at Harvard's Peabody Museum…
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Fish! Colorado
Part of the Series: Colorado Adventures Series
Colorado is filled with fast running streams and rivers and beautiful deep-water lakes, and is renown as a world-class destination for all types of inland-water fishing; this is a place where one can go fishing practically anywhere there is water. In this program expert angler Shannon Long, co-owner of the…
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Part of the Series: Artists of America Series
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Trains
Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
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Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
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Part of the Series: Artists of America Series
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The Jet Age Takes Off
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The year 1950 was a pivotal year for innovations in air travel, marking the start of the Jet Age after the invention of the jet engine by Frank Whittle some nine years earlier. Airlines began to spring up everywhere, catering to the demands of passengers wanting to go just about…
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Illustrating Architecture 2: Beginning Your Illustration
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Dick Shook is an architectural-illustrator who has offered building design, from commercial and residential-renovation to new construction, throughout his professional career. In this comprehensive how-to program, Dick demonstrates the fundamental illustration techniques used by architect designers. In the second part of this how-to program, Dick introduces a perspective chart used…