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Roating Camp Social World of California Gold Rush W.W. Norton & Company
With the alchemy of great history, Susan Johnson transforms the familiar story of the Gold Rush into one that is sparkling and new. Our collective memory knows about the Gold Rush: the mid-nineteenth century Wild West where unshaven men raised hell and panned for gold. But this is not the whole story which would tell of a social vortex-multiracial, multiethnic, often homosocial-in which Frenchmen live alongside Anglos and Cherokee women. Roaring Camp explores the dynamic social world created by the Gold Rush in the Sierra Nevada foothills. In it we find Mexican families who worked the mines, did the wash and rose up against Anglo rule. There are the Miwok Indians who tried to maintain their traditions even while constructing the sawmill at Sutter's fort. We enter the all-male households of the diggings, the mines where the men worked and the fandango houses where they played. With a keen eye for character and story, Johnson shows us how this peculiar world evolved and how what we now know as the history of the Gold Rush took root. Our collective memory "knows" about the Gold Rush: the mid-19th century Wild West where unshaven men named Stumpy and Kentuck raised hell and panned for gold. But this is not the whole story; which tells of a social vortex - multiracial, multiethnic, often homosocial - in which Frenchmen live alongside Anglos and Cherokee women. "Roaring Camp" explores the dynamic social world created by the Gold Rush in the Sierra Nevada foothills. In it we find Mexican families who worked the mines, did the wash and rose up against Anglo rule. There are the Miwok Indians who tried to maintain their traditions even while constructing the sawmill at Sutter's fort. We enter the all-male households of the diggings, the mines where the men worked and the fandango houses where they played. Johnson shows how this peculiar world evolved and how what we now know as the history of the Gold Rush took root.
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brak polskiej wersji językowej Tytuł oryginalny: Archives Volume 1 Wydanie: 10 Blu-ray Obsada: Neil Young Opis: Neil Young - gitarzysta, wokalista i kompozytor rockowy. Autor poetyckich, filozofujących tekstów piosenek, cechujących się jednakże prostotą stylu. Od lat 60-tych, aż do dziś wyraża w nich ideały cechujące kontrkulturę hippisowską. Obok Boba Dylana uważany za najwybitniejszego przedstawiciela gatunku folk rock. Ekskluzywne wydawnictwo Archives Vol. 1 1963-1972, to swego rodzaju pierwsza część podsumowania kariery wielkiego muzyka, począwszy od początku jego kariery w roku 1963, a skończywszy na roku 1972 w którym artysta wydał klasyczny album "Harvest". Na 10 dyskach BLU-RAY znajdziemy 128 utworów (w tym 12 ukrytych), 43 utwory nigdy wcześniej nie były publikowane, oprócz tego 3 koncerty z Toronto i Nowego Jorku, film dokumentalny Journey Through The Past oraz fotogalerie z archiwalnymi zdjęciami, informacje prasowe, teksty piosenek, biografię, terminarze koncertów i wiele innych. Całość dopełnia ekskluzywne opakowanie i 236 stronicowa książka. BD 1: EARLY YEARS (1963-1965) Aurora The Squires - from the 45 RPM single (mono) The Sultan The Squires - from the 45 RPM single (mono) I Wonder The Squires - previously unreleased song (mono) Mustang The Squires - previously unreleased instrumental (mono) I''ll Love You Forever The Squires - previously unreleased song mono) (I''m A Man And) I Can''t Cry The Squires - previously unreleased song (mono) Hello Lonely Woman Neil Young & Comrie Smith - previously unreleased version Casting Me Away From You Neil Young & Comrie Smith - previously unreleased song There Goes My Babe Neil Young & Comrie Smith - previously unreleased song Sugar Mountain Neil Young - previously unreleased demo version (mono) Nowadays Clancy Can''t Even Sing Neil Young - previously unreleased demo version (mono) Runaround Babe Neil Young - previously unreleased song (mono) The Ballad Of Peggy Grover Neil Young - previously unreleased song (mono) The Rent Is Always Due Neil Young - previously unreleased song (mono) Extra, Extra Neil Young - previously unreleased song (mono) BD 2: EARLY YEARS (1966-1968) Flying On The Ground Is Wrong Neil Young - from the Buffalo Springfield Box Set (mono) Burned Buffalo Springfield - from the album Buffalo Springfield (mono) Out Of My Mind Buffalo Springfield - from the album Buffalo Springfield (mono) Down, Down, Down Neil Young - previously unreleased version (mono) Kahuna Sunset Buffalo Springfield - from the Buffalo Springfield Box Set (mono) Mr. Soul Buffalo Springfield - from the Buffalo Springfield Box Set (mono) Sell Out Buffalo Springfield - previously unreleased song (mono) Down To The Wire Neil Young - from the album Decade (mono) Expecting To Fly Buffalo Springfield - from the album Buffalo Springfield Slowly Burning Neil Young - previously unreleased instrumental One More Sign Neil Young - from the Buffalo Springfield Box Set Broken Arrow Buffalo Springfield - from the album Buffalo Springfield Again I Am A Child Buffalo Springfield - from the album Last Time Around BD 3: TOPANGA 1 (1968-1969) Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Neil Young - from the stereo promotional 45 RPM single-second pressing The Loner Neil Young - from the album Neil Young Birds Neil Young - previously unreleased version What Did You Do To My Life? Neil Young - previously unreleased mix The Last Trip To Tulsa Neil Young - from the album Neil Young Here We Are In The Years Neil Young - from the album Neil Young - second version I''ve Been Waiting For You Neil Young - previously unreleased mix The Old Laughing Lady Neil Young - from the album Neil Young I''ve Loved Her So Long Neil Young - from the album Neil Young Sugar Mountain Neil Young - previously unreleased stereo master Nowadays Clancy Can''t Even Sing Neil Young - previously Unreleased live version Down By The River Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Cowgirl In The Sand Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere BD 4: LIVE AT THE RIVERBOAT (TORONTO 1969) Sugar Mountain Neil Young - previously unreleased live version The Old Laughing Lady Neil Young - previously unreleased live version Flying On The Ground Is Wrong Neil Young - previously unreleased live version On The Way Home Neil Young - previously unreleased live version I''ve Loved Her So Long Neil Young - previously unreleased live version I Am A Child Neil Young - previously unreleased live version 1956 Bubblegum Disaster Neil Young - previously unreleased song The Last Trip To Tulsa Neil Young - previously unreleased live version Broken Arrow Neil Young - previously unreleased live version Whiskey Boot Hill Neil Young - previously unreleased live version Expecting To Fly Neil Young - previously unreleased live version BD 5: TOPANGA 2 (1969-1970) Cinnamon Girl Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Running Dry (Requiem For The Rockets) Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Round And Round (It Won''t Be Long) Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Oh Lonesome Me Neil Young with Crazy Horse - previously unreleased stereo mix Birds Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the 45 RPM single (mono) Everybody''s Alone Neil Young with Crazy Horse - Previously unreleased song I Believe In You Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album After The Gold Rush Sea Of Madness Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - from the original soundtrack album Woodstock Dance Dance Dance Neil Young with Crazy Horse - previously unreleased version Country Girl Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - from the album Déja Vu Helpless Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - previously unreleased mix It Might Have Been Neil Young with Crazy Horse - previously unreleased live version BD 6: NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE - LIVE AT THE FILLMORE EAST (NEW YORK 1970) Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Winterlong Down By The River Wonderin'' Come On Baby, Let''s Go Downtown Cowgirl In The Sand all previously released live versions BD 7: TOPANGA 3 (1970) Tell Me Why Neil Young - from the album After The Gold Rush After The Gold Rush Neil Young - from the album After The Gold Rush Only Love Can Break Your Heart Neil Young - from the album After The Gold Rush Wonderin'' Neil Young - previously unreleased version Don''t Let It Bring You Down Neil Young - from the album After The Gold Rush-first pressing Cripple Creek Ferry Neil Young - from the album After The Gold Rush Southern Man Neil Young - from the album After The Gold Rush Till The Morning Comes Neil Young - from the album After The Gold Rush When You Dance, I Can Really Love Neil Young with Crazy Horse - from the album After The Gold Rush-first pressing Ohio Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - from the stereo 45 RPM single Only Love Can Break Your Heart Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - previously unreleased live version Tell Me Why Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - previously unreleased live version Music Is Love David Crosby, Graham Nash & Neil Young - from the album If I Could Only Remember My Name See The Sky About To Rain Neil Young - previously unreleased live version BD 8: LIVE AT MASSEY HALL (TORONTO 1971) On The Way Home Tell Me Why Old Man Journey Through The Past Helpless Love In Mind A Man Needs A Maid/Heart Of Gold (Suite) Cowgirl In The Sand Don''t Let It Bring You Down There''s A World Bad Fog Of Loneliness The Needle And The Damage Done Ohio See The Sky About To Rain Down By The River Dance Dance Dance I Am A Child all previously released live versions BD 9: NORTH COUNTRY (1971-1972) Heart Of Gold Neil Young - previously unreleased live version The Needle And The Damage Done Neil Young - from the album Harvest Bad Fog Of Loneliness Neil Young with The Stray Gators - previously unreleased version Old Man Neil Young with The Stray Gators - from the album Harvest Heart Of Gold Neil Young with The Stray Gators - from the album Harvest Dance Dance Dance Neil Young - previously unreleased version A Man Needs A Maid Neil Young with the London Symphony Orchestra - previously unreleased mix Harvest Neil Young with The Stray Gators - from the album Harvest Journey Through The Past Neil Young with The Stray Gators - previously unreleased version Are You Ready For The Country? Neil Young with The Stray Gators - from the album Harvest Alabama Neil Young with The Stray Gators - from the album Harvest Words (Between The Lines Of Age) Neil Young with The Stray Gators - from the original soundtrack album Journey Through The Past Soldier Neil Young - previously unreleased mix War Song Neil Young & Graham Nash with The Stray Gators - from the 45 RPM single (mono) BD 10: JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST - A FILM BY NEIL YOUNG Available for the first time since its original theatrical release in 1973 (In 5.1 DTS surround sound) Includes rare performance and documentary footage of Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and scenes from the recording of the Harvest album featuring Neil Young with The Stray Gators Special features include: Theatrical trailer Radio spots Archival galleries Dodatki: film dokumentalny Journey Through The Past fotogaleria z archiwalnymi zdjęciami, informacje prasowe, teksty piosenek, biografia, terminarz koncertów i wiele innych 236 stronicowa książka Format i język dźwięku: angielski (DTS-HD 5.1) Napisy: brak Format obrazu: 1080p 16:9 Czas: 1200 minut Rok produkcji: 2009
Original Album Series Warner Music / Rhino
1. Can't Ignore The Train 2. Scorpio Rising 3. Just As The Tide Was A Flowing 4. Lilydale 5. Back O' The Moon 6. Maddoy Table 7. The Colonial Wing 8. Grey Victory 9. Among The Americans 10. Everyone A Puzzle Lover 11. Cotton Alley 12. Daktari 13. My Mother The War 14. Tension Makes A Tankle 15. Arbor Day 101. What's The Matter Here? 102. Hey Jack Kerouac 103. Like The Weather 104. Cherry Tree 105. The Painted Desert 106. Don't Talk 107. Gun Shy 108. My Sister Rose 109. A Campfire Song 110. City Of Angels 111. Verdi Cries 201. Eat For Two 202. Please Forgive Us 203. The Big Parade 204. Trouble Me 205. You Happy Puppet 206. Headstrong 207. Poison In The Well 208. Dust Bowl 209. The Lion's Hate 210. Hateful Hate 211. Jubilee 301. Noah's Dove 302. These Are Days 303. Eden 304. Few & Far Between 305. Stockton Gala Days 306. Gold Rush Brides 307. Jezebel 308. How You've Grown 309. Candy Everybody Wants 310. Tolerance 311. Circle Dream 312. If You Intend 313. I'm Not The Man 401. These Are Days (Mtv Unplugged) 402. Eat For Two (Mtv Unplugged) 403. Candy Everybody Wants (Mtv Unplugged) 404. I'm Not The Man (Mtv Unplugged) 405. Don't Talk (Mtv Unplugged) 406. Hey Jack Kerouac (Mtv Unplugged) 407. What's The Matter Here? (Mtv Unplugged) 408. Gold Rush Brides (Mtv Unplugged) 409. Like The Weather (Mtv Unplugged) 410. Trouble Me (Mtv Unplugged) 411. Jezebel (Mtv Unplugged) 412. Because The Night (Mtv Unplugged) 413. Stockton Gala Days (Mtv Unplugged) 414. Noah's Dove (Mtv Unplugged)
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Exciting and informative history of the land down under§Australian History For Dummies is your tour guide through the important events of Australia's past, introducing you to the people and events that have shaped modern Australia. Be there as British colonists explore Australia's harsh terrain with varying degrees of success. In this informative guide you'll§Find out about Australia's infamous bushrangers§Learn how the discovery of gold caused a tidal wave of immigration from all over the world§Understand how Australia took two steps forward to become a nation in its own right in 1901, and two steps back when the government was dismissed by the Crown in 1975§Discover the fascinating details that made Australia the country it is today! Discover how a penal colony became one of the world's most prosperous nations§Want to be in the driver's seat as you explore the important events of Australia's past and present? Let this fun and informative book serve as your tour guide, introducing you to the people who helped shape Australia's history. Find out about life down under, and discover all the intriguing details the dry history textbooks left out!§Explore the history of Aboriginal Australia - see how indigenous Australians lived in Australia for over 40,000 years before colonisation§Track the early years of European settlement - find out why the British settled Australia and what the challenges and successes were§Learn about the intrepid explorers and the discovery of gold - watch as Australia hits the big time and puts itself on the map§Witness the birth of a nation - understand how and why the states were united and meet the major players who made it happen§Appreciate the impact of the World Wars - uncover the roots of the Anzac legend and the effects of the postwar baby boom and immigration§Examine the social and economic changes of recent decades - discover the impact of multiculturalism and how Hawke, Keating and Howard shook up the economy and opened Australia to the world§Delve into modern-day Australia - understand the impact of the Howard years, and what led to Australia's first female prime minister§Open the book and find:§How European settlers forged inland to open up Australia's fertile land§Details of iconic Australians, from politicians to bushrangers and sportspeople to scientists§The origins of the terra nullius theory and the Mabo verdict on native title§Analysis of the culture wars and their impact on Australian life§The game-changing moments in Australia's history§Inventions that Australians have given the world§Learn to:§Identify the significant events and people that shaped Australia§Grasp the impact of Indigenous culture, colonisation and immigration§Understand events such as the gold rush, Gallipoli and the baby boom§Appreciate Australia's great cultural, scientific and sporting feats
Archives Volume1(1963 - 1972) Warner Music
1. Aurora (45 Rpm Single) (Mono) 2. The Sultan (45 Rpm Single) (Mono) 3. I Wonder (Previously Unreleased Original Recording 4. Mustang (Previously Unreleased Original Recording) 5. I'll Love You Forever (Previously Unreleased Origi 6. (I'm A Man And) I Can't Cry (Previously Unreleased 7. Hello Lonely Woman (Previously Unreleased Original 8. Casting Me Away From You (Previously Unreleased Or 9. There Goes My Babe (Previously Unreleased Original 10. Sugar Mountain (Previously Unreleased Original Dem 11. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (Previously Unrele 12. Runaround Babe (Previously Unreleased Original Rec 13. The Ballad Of Peggy Grover (Previously Unreleased 14. The Rent Is Always Due (Previously Unreleased Orig 15. Extra, Extra (Previously Unreleased Original Recor 16. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong (Mono) 17. Burned (Mono) 18. Out Of My Mind (Mono) 19. Down, Down, Down (Previously Unreleased Original R 20. Kahuna Sunset (Mono) 21. Mr. Soul (Mono) 22. Sell Out (Previously Unreleased Song) (Mono) 23. Down To The Wire (Mono) 24. Expecting To Fly 25. Slowly Burning (Previously Unreleased Unfinished R 26. One More Sign 27. Broken Arrow 28. I Am A Child 101. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (Stereo 45 Rpm Sin 102. The Loner 103. Birds (Previously Unreleased Version) 104. What Did You Do To My Life? (Previously Unreleased 105. The Last Trip To Tulsa 106. Here We Are In The Years 107. I've Been Waiting For You (Previously Unreleased M 108. The Old Laughing Lady 109. I've Loved Her So Long 110. Sugar Mountain (Previously Unreleased Stereo Maste 111. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (Previously Unrele 112. Down By The River 113. Cowgirl In The Sand 114. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere 201. Emcee Intro. / Sugar Mountain - Intro. (Live At Th 202. Sugar Mountain (Live At The Riverboat 1969) (Previ 203. Incredible Doctor Rap (Live At The Riverboat 1969) 204. The Old Laughing Lady (Live At The Riverboat 1969) 205. Audience Observation / Dope Song / Band Names Rap 206. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong (Live At The Riverbo 207. On The Way Home - Intro. (Live At The Riverboat 19 208. On The Way Home (Live At The Riverboat 1969) (Prev 209. Set Break / Emcee Intro. (Live At The Riverboat 19 210. I've Loved Her So Long (Live At The Riverboat 1969 211. Allen A-dale Rap (Live At The Riverboat 1969) 212. I Am A Child (Live At The Riverboat 1969) (Previou 213. 1956 Bubblegum Disaster (Live At The Riverboat 196 214. The Last Trip To Tulsa (Live At The Riverboat 1969 215. Words Rap (Live At The Riverboat 1969) 216. Broken Arrow (Live At The Riverboat 1969) (Previou 217. Turn Down The Lights Rap (Live At The Riverboat 19 218. Whiskey Boot Hill (Live At The Riverboat 1969) (Pr 219. Expecting To Fly - Intro (Live At The Riverboat 19 220. Expecting To Fly (Live At The Riverboat 1969) (Pre 301. Cinnamon Girl 302. Running Dry (Requiem For The Rockets) 303. Round & Round (It Won't Be Long) 304. Oh Lonesome Me (Previously Unreleased Stereo Mix) 305. Birds (45 Rpm Single) (Mono) 306. Everybody's Alone (Previously Unreleased Song) 307. I Believe In You 308. Sea Of Madness (Live Woodstock Version) 309. Dance Dance Dance (Previously Unreleased Version) 310. Country Girl 311. Helpless (Previously Unreleased Mix) 312. It Might Have Been (Previously Unreleased Live Ver 401. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (Live At The Filmo 402. Winterlong (Live At The Fillmore East 1970) 403. Down By The River (Live At The Fillmore East 1970) 404. Wonderin' (Live At The Fillmore East 1970) 405. Come On Baby Let's Go Downtown (Live At The Fillmo 406. Cowgirl In The Sand (Live At The Fillmore East 197 501. Tell Me Why 502. After The Gold Rush 503. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 504. Wonderin' (Previously Unreleased Version) 505. Don't Let It Bring You Down 506. Cripple Creek Ferry 507. Southern Man 508. Till The Morning Comes 509. When You Dance, I Can Really Love 510. Ohio (Stereo 45 Rpm Single) 511. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Previously Unrelea 512. Tell Me Why (Previously Unreleased Live Version) 513. Music Is Love 514. See The Sky About To Rain (Previously Unreleased L 601. On The Way Home (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 602. Tell Me Why (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 603. Old Man (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 604. Journey Through The Past (Live At Massey Hall 1971 605. Helpless (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 606. Love In Mind (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 607. A Man Needs A Maid/heart Of Gold (Suite) (Live At 608. Cowgirl In The Sand (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 609. Don't Let It Bring You Down (Live At Massey Hall 1 610. There's A World (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 611. Bad Fog Of Loneliness (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 612. The Needle & The Damage Done (Live At Massey Hal 613. Ohio (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 614. See The Sky About To Rain (Live At Massey Hall 197 615. Down By The River (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 616. Dance Dance Dance (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 617. I Am A Child (Live At Massey Hall 1971) 701. Heart Of Gold (Previously Unreleased Live Version) 702. The Needle & The Damage Done 703. Bad Fog Of Loneliness (Previously Unreleased Versi 704. Old Man 705. Heart Of Gold 706. Dance Dance Dance (Previously Unreleased Version) 707. A Man Needs A Maid (Previously Unreleased Mix) 708. Harvest 709. Journey Through The Past (Previously Unreleased Ve 710. Are You Ready For The Country? 711. Alabama 712. Words (Between The Lines Of Age) (From The Origina 713. Soldier (Previously Unreleased Mix) 714. War Song (45 Rpm Single) (Mono)
Wagons West Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press
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In what The Washington Post has called "fascinating," Frank McLynn has penned a year-by-year account of the pioneering efforts to conquer and settle the American West. Wagons West is a stirring history of the years from 1840 to 1849--the years between the era of the fur trappers and the beginning of the gold rush. In all the sagas of human migration, few can top the drama of the journey by Midwestern farmers to Oregon and California in those years. Although they used mountain men as guides, they went almost literally into the unknown, braving dangers from hunger, thirst, disease, and drowning. Using original diaries and memoirs, McLynn "provides intimate, perceptive insights into that time"(The Baltimore Sun) and underscores the incredible heroism and dangerous folly on the overland trails. His well-informed and authoritative narrative investigates the events leading up to the opening of the trails, the wagons and animals used by the pioneers, the role of women, relations with Native Americans, and much else. The climax arrives in McLynn's expertly re-created tale of the dreadful Donner party, and he closes with Brigham Young and the Mormons beginning communites of their own. Full of high drama, tragedy, and triumph, it brilliantly chronicles one of the principal chapters in the creation of the United States as we know it today. The Anglo-Americans were the last people to arrive in the West. The British had penetrated the Oregon Territory, the Spanish had occupied Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and California, and even the Russians and Chinese had traveled to the Pacific seaboard. But until the 1840s, the West was a mere backwater in the life of the United States. The U.S. interest in the West didn't begin until the 1840s, years after the Lewis and Clark expedition, commissioned by the US President Thomas Jefferson after he purchased the Louisiana Territory from Napoleon in 1803. This new territory doubled the size of the United States, and Lewis and Clark were to explore the newly acquired and unfamiliar land. However, exploring the vast area between the Mississippi and the Pacific was largely the work of the "mountain men," who between 1820 and 1840 reconnoitered the routes that would later be recognized as the Santa Fe, California, and Oregon trails. Whereas in 1841 just thirty-four people had made it overland to California and in 1842 a mere 125 had reached Oregon, in 1844 1,528 people reached the west coast on the Oregon and California trails. Though the 1844 emigrants were very well organized and equipped, they faced problems no previous Pacific-bound emigrants had had to contend with: torrential rain and tremendous flooding. Having scarcely survived the high waters, the originally combined Oregon-bound and California-bound parties decided to go their separate ways at Fort Laramie. The Oregon-bound party then endured many deaths from disease, and largely degenerated into a free-for-all, with individual riders heading as fast as their horses would take them for the Columbia River. Though the first snows were not expected for a month, they came unseasonably early and caused starvation. One group did however get safely over the Blue Mountains. Around the same time, the Stephens-Murphy party reached Sutter's Fort and was subsequently the first party to prove that wagons could be taken all the way to the Pacific Coast in California. The Donner party unknowingly headed into the most unimaginable disaster. Moving too slowly to avoid the coming snowstorms, the Donner party proceeded without maps, direct trails or guides. After weeks of starvation due to the snow, members of the Donner party began to discuss cannibalism as an option. Those who did not survive the starvation were eaten by some of the survivors. When relief parties finally found the survivors, they learned to their horror that some of the party's members, including infants and children, had been murdered for their flesh. But the press purposely silenced and suppressed news of the Donner party so as not to discourage overland pioneers. By the time the news reached the Midwest it was too late to deter the emigrants of 1847, and by 1848 the gold strike in California had swept aside all other considerations. The most dramatic emigration of 1847 was that of the Mormons from Illinois to their new Zion in Oregon. Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, was killed by a mob of anti-Mormon militiamen in June of 1844. Brigham Young, one of his appointed "apostles," became the new leader of the Mormons after his death. In March of 1846 he led 5,000 Mormon emigrants on their westward trail. To ensure the loyalty of the Mormons in territory that was still technically Mexican, President Polk demanded that the Mormons furnish a battalion of five hundred men to serve in the Mexican war, specifically to march against Santa Fe and California with US forces. By complying with the President's request, Young got the US government to provide free transsssssport to the West, plus allowances for future Mormon emigrants. However, despite the aid, the going was very difficult for the Mormons and the casualties suffered were much more severe than those of previous emigrations. Four hundred deaths occurred from disease at one Mormon camp alone, and the Mormons also suffered Indian hostility and massacres greater than ever seen before on the trail. While Oregon saw nearly ten times more emigrants in 1847 than the previous year, because of the Mexican war and reports of Indian attacks, less than a third of the previous year's emigrants arrived in California in 1847. But the discovery of gold in California in 1848 overwhelmed all deterrents and created numbers beyond the power of Indians to resist.
Complete Live At The Rockland Palace [2cd] Rare Live Recordings
1. East Of The Sun 2. What Is This Thing Called Love (I) 3. Stardust 4. Ornithology 5. Easy To Love (I) 6. Just Friends (I) 7. Dancing In The Dark 8. Gold Rush (Aka Turnstile) 9. Don't Blame Me 10. April In Paris 11. Repetition (I) 12. Everything Happens To Me 13. Sly Mongoose (I) 14. Sly Mongoose (Ii) 15. Rocker (I) 16. Laura 17. Lester Leaps In 18. Parker Warming Up (Noodling) 19. Out Of Nowhere 20. I Didn't Know What Time It Was 21. I'll Remember April 22. Parker Warming Up (Noodling) 23. East Of The Sun 24. Just Friends (Ii) 25. What Is This Thing Called Love (Ii) 101. My Little Suede Shoes 102. Repetition (Ii) 103. This Time The Dream's On Me 104. Moose The Mooche 105. Star Eyes 106. Rocker (Ii) 107. Easy To Love (Ii) 108. Announcement Into Ornithology 109. 52nd Street Theme (I) 110. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid/anthropology 111. Embraceable You 112. Cheryl 113. Salt Peanuts Into Jumpin' With Symphony Sid 114. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid/opening Announcement 115. Just Friends 116. Announcement By Symphony Sid Torin 117. Everything Happens To Me 118. East Of The Sun 119. Laura 120. Dancing In The Dark
Country & Western Hits 2 Documents
1. Reeves, Jim - Where Does A Broken Heart Go 2. Snow, Hank - Lonesome Blue Yodel 3. Hardrock Gunter - I Believe That Mountain Music Is 4. Travis, Merle - Sixteen Tons 5. Robbins, Marty - You Don't Owe Me A Thing 6. Horton, Johnny - Coal Smoke, Valve Oil & Steel 7. Acuff, Roy - Night Train To Memphis 8. Montana, Patsy - Old Nevada Moon 9. Dickens, Little Jimmy - Old Country Preacher 10. Price, Ray - Release Me 11. Wooley, Sheb - Blue Guitar 12. Atkins, Chet - 12th Street Rag 13. Arnold, Eddy - A Heart Full Of Love 14. Husky, Ferlin - Eu The Camel 15. Foley, Red - Goodnight Irene 16. Cowboy, Copas - Breeze 101. Frizzell, Lefty - Always Late With Your Kisses 102. Williams, Tex / Allen, Rex - This Ole House 103. Dickens, Little Jimmy - Lola Lee 104. Reeves, Jim - Hillbilly Waltz 105. Price, Ray - You've Got My Troubles Now 106. Arnold, Eddy - The Cattle Call 107. Husky, Ferlin - Slow Down Brother 108. Foley, Red - Hearts Of Stone 109. Travis, Merle - Nine Pound Hammer 110. Atkins, Chet - Indian Love Call 111. Hardrock Gunter - Honky Tonk Blues 112. Wooley, Sheb - Hoot Owl Boogie 113. Acuff, Roy - Gone Gone Gone 114. Horton, Johnny - On The Banks Of The Beautiful Nil 115. Snow, Hank - The Rumba Boogie 116. Robbins, Marty - Love Me Or Leave Me Alone 201. Williams, Hank - Honky Tonkin' 202. Price, Ray - Leave Her Alone 203. Frizzell, Lefty - Forever & Always 204. Tubb, Ernest - I Love You Because 205. Robbins, Marty - Aloa Oe 206. Montana, Patsy - I Wanna Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart 207. Travis, Merle - Cincinnati Lou 208. Acuff, Roy - Smoky Mountain Rag 209. Gibson, Don - Why Am I So Lonely 210. Snow, Hank - Music Makin' Mama From Memphis 211. Arnold, Eddy - The Richest Man In The World 212. Horton, Johnny - In My Home In Shelby County 213. Dickens, Little Jimmy - Waitress Waitress 214. Williams, Tex - Miss Molly 215. Foley, Red - Sugarfoot Rag 216. Reeves, Jim - Gypsy Heart 301. Robbins, Marty - Time Goes By 302. Autry, Gene - Home On The Range 303. Snow, Hank - The Gold Rush Is Over 304. Gibson, Don - Ice Gold Heart 305. Atkins, Chet - Sweet Bunch Of Daisies 306. Horton, Johnny - Rhythm In My Baby's Walk 307. Travis, Merle - Missouri 308. Dickens, Little Jimmy - Wedding Bell Waltz 309. Thompson, Hank - Soft Lips 310. Foley, Red - Smoke On The Water 311. Williams, Tex - Cool Water 312. Tubb, Ernest - I'm The One Who Loves You 313. Acuff, Roy - Polk County Breakdown 314. Price, Ray - The Last Letter 315. Williams, Hank - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 316. Frizzell, Lefty - I'm An Old Old Man 401. Snow, Hank - Unwanted Sign Upon Your Heart 402. Williams, Tex - Money 403. Husky, Ferlin - I Lost My Heart Today 404. Gibson, Don - We're Steppin' Out Tonight 405. Tubb, Ernest - Driftwood On The River 406. Price, Ray - The Price For Loving You 407. Reeves, Jim - El Rancho Del Rio 408. Williams, Hank - Your Cheatin' Heart 409. Frizzell, Lefty - My Rough & Rowdy Ways 410. Atkins, Chet - High Rockin' Swing 411. Horton, Johnny - Shadows On The Old Bayou 412. Autry, Gene - Red River Valley 413. Robbins, Marty - Mean Mama Blues 414. Acuff, Roy - It's All Right Now 415. Travis, Merle - Three Times Seven 416. Thompson, Hank - The Wild Side Of Life 501. Cowboy Copas - Signed, Sealed & Delivered 502. Frizzell, Lefty - Shine, Shave, Shower 503. Montana, Patsy - My Million Dollar Smile 504. Snow, Hank - The Night I Stole Ol' Sammy Morgan's 505. Autry, Gene - Sioux City Sue 506. Hardrock Gunter - I'll Go Chasin' Women 507. Price, Ray - I Made A Mistake & I'm Sorry 508. Travis, Merle - Crazy Boogie 509. Atkins, Chet - Sunrise Serenade 510. Williams, Hank - Hey Good Lookin' 511. Williams, Tex - Kansas City Rag 512. Tubb, Ernest - Somebody's Stolen My Honey 513. Thompson, Hank - If Loving You Is Wrong 514. Husky, Ferlin - King Of A Lonely Castle 515. Reeves, Jim - Let Me Remember 516. Gibson, Don - No Shoulder To Cry On 601. Hardrock Gunter - Rye Whiskey, Rye Whiskey 602. Frizzell, Lefty - Don't Stay Away 603. Wooley, Sheb - Mule Boogie 604. Autry, Gene - Ghost Riders In The Sky 605. Williams, Tex - Dusty Skies 606. Arnold, Eddy - Little Angel With A Dirty Face 607. Gibson, Don - Walking In The Moonlight 608. Husky, Ferlin - Hank's Song 609. Tubb, Ernest - G-i-r-l Spells Trouble 610. Thompson, Hank - A Broken Heart & A Glass Of Beer 611. Foley, Red - Peace In The Valley 612. Montana, Patsy - Pride Of Th Prairie 613. Horton, Johnny - Two Red Lips & Warm Red Wine 614. Travis, Merle - What A Shame 615. Williams, Hank - Jambalaya 616. Cowboy Copas - Tennessee Waltz 701. Autry, Gene - Sing Me A Song Of The Saddle 702. Horton, Johnny - Tennessee Jive 703. Reeves, Jim - Tahiti 704. Robbins, Marty - Tennessee Toddy 705. Tubb, Ernest - The Lovebug Itch 706. Snow, Hank - Down The Trail Of Achin' Hearts 707. Thompson, Hank - The Grass Looks Greener 708. Montana, Patsy - Cowboy Rhythm 709. Arnold, Eddy - The Rovin' Gambler 710. Cowboy Copas - I Can't Stop Lovin' You 711. Thompson, Hank - I Can't Help It 712. Wooley, Sheb - You Never Can Tell 713. Williams, Tex / Allen, Rex - Two Texas Boys 714. Husky, Ferlin / Shepard, Jean - Let's Kiss & Try A 715. Gibson, Don - A Blue Million Tears 716. Hardrock Gunter / Belle & Scotty - Mountain Dew 801. Robbins, Marty - Singing The Blues 802. Foley, Red - Hillbilly Fever 803. Dickens, Little Jimmy - Country Boy 804. Atkins, Chet - Mister Sandman 805. Arnold, Eddy - That's How Much I Love You 806. Hardrock Gunter - The Right Key, But The Wrong Key 807. Wooley, Sheb - Oklahoma Honky Tonk Girl 808. Frizzell, Lefty - How Long Will It Take 809. Horton, Johnny - Mean Mean Son Of A Gun 810. Husky, Ferlin - How Much Are You Mine 811. Thompson, Hank - If I Cry 812. Gibson, Don - I Just Love The Way You Tell A Lie 813. Williams, Hank - Pan American 814. Montana, Patsy - My Dear Old Arizona Home 815. Cowboy Copas - Tennessee Moon 816. Autry, Gene - Back In The Saddle Again 901. Snow, Hank - I'm Moving On 902. Foley, Red - Alabama Jubilee 903. Husky, Ferlin - You'll Die A Thousand Deaths 904. Wooley, Sheb - A Cowboy Ought To Be Single 905. Acuff, Roy - Wabash Cannonball 906. Arnold, Eddy - Bouguet Of Roses 907. Travis, Merle - Steel Guitar Rag 908. Cowboy Copas - Down In Nashville Tennessee 909. Montana, Patsy - Shine On Rocky Mountain Moonlight 910. Horton, Johnny - Smokey Joe's Barbecue 911. Gibson, Don - Roses Are Red 912. Atkins, Chet - San Antonio Rose 913. Robbins, Marty - That's All Right, Mama 914. Dickens, Little Jimmy - Hot Diggity Dog 915. Thompson, Hank - A Cat Has Nine Lives 916. Hardrock Gunter - You Played On My Piano
Bradley Wiggins: My Time YELLOW JERSEY PRESS
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On 22 July 2012 Bradley Wiggins made history as the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France. Ten days later at the London Olympic Games he won the time trial to become his country's most decorated Olympian. In an instant 'Wiggo', the kid from Kilburn, was a national hero. Two years previously, however, Wiggins had been staring into the abyss. His much-hyped attempt to conquer the 2010 Tour de France had ended in public humiliation. Poor results and indifferent form left him facing the sack from Team Sky. And then he was hit with the tragic news of the death of his granddad, George, the man who had raised him as a young boy. At rock bottom, Wiggins had to reach deep inside himself and find the strength to fight his way back. Outspoken, honest, intelligent and fearless, Wiggins has been hailed as the people's champion. In My Time he tells the story of the remarkable journey that led him from his lowest ebb to win the world's toughest race. In his own words he reveals the personal anguish that has driven him on and what it's like behind the scenes at Team Sky: the brutal training regimes, the sacrifices and his views on his teammates and rivals. He talks too about his anger at the spectre of doping that pursues his sport, how he dealt with the rush of taking Olympic gold and above all what it takes to be the greatest.
The Sisters Brothers GRANTA BOOKS
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Oregon, 1851. Eli and Charlie Sisters, notorious professional killers, are on their way to California to kill a man named Hermann Kermit Warm. On the way, the brothers have a series of unsettling and violent experiences in the Darwinian landscape of Gold Rush America. Charlie makes money and kills anyone who stands in his way, Eli doubts his vocation and falls in love. And they bicker a lot. Then they get to California, and discover that Warm is an inventor who has come up with a magical formula, which could make all of them very rich. What happens next is utterly gripping, strange and sad. Told in deWitts darkly comic and arresting style, THE WARM JOB is the kind of Western the Coen Brothers might write - stark, unsettling and with a keen eye for the perversity of human motivation. Like his debut novel ABLUTIONS, THE WARM JOB is a novel about the things you tell yourself in order to be able to continue to live the life you find yourself in, and what happens when those stories no longer work. It is an inventive and strange and beautifully controlled piece of fiction, which shows an exciting expansion of Dewitts range
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San Francisco: the home of hills and valleys, of dreamers and trailblazers, of hippies and hipsters. From the gold rush to the Golden Gate, the City by the Bay has always basked in the glow of its colourful and celebrated history and world-renowned landmarks. But for those who live and love on this compact seven-mile by seven-mile metropolis, San Francisco is a treasure trove of unusual neighbourhood sights and places that sparkle with the allure of hidden pleasures and local lore. Discover a stairway that transports you from the depths of the ocean to the heights of outer space; take a spin class amidst the grand elegance of a repurposed 1920s movie palace; or slide down a century-old sundial that sits at the centre of what was once California's first racetrack for cars. This is the real San Francisco. Strung together, the 111 experiences gathered here tell the B-side story of the city once romantically known as the Paris of the West.
Red Planet Blues GOLLANCZ
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Robert J. Sawyer, the author of such 'revelatory and thought-provoking' novels as TRIGGERS and The WWW Trilogy, presents a noir mystery expanded from his HUGO and NEBULA AWARD-nominated novella IDENTITY THEFT and his AURORA AWARD-winning short story 'Biding Time', set on a lawless Mars in a future where everything is cheap, and life is even cheaper...Alex Lomax is the one and only private eye working the mean streets of New Klondike, the Martian frontier town that sprang up 40 years ago after Simon Weingarten and Denny O'Reilly discovered fossils on the Red Planet. Back on Earth, where anything can be synthesized, the remains of alien life are the most valuable of all collectibles, so shiploads of desperate treasure hunters stampeded to Mars in the Great Martian Fossil Rush. Trying to make an honest buck in a dishonest world, Lomax tracks down killers and kidnappers among the failed prospectors, corrupt cops, and a growing population of transfers - lucky stiffs who, after striking paleontological gold, upload their minds into immortal android bodies. But when he uncovers clues to solving the decades-old murders of Weingarten and O'Reilly, along with a journal that may lead to their legendary mother lode of Martian fossils, God only knows what he'll dig up...
Tjanting Salt Publishing
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Space heater. Writing gathers around the pigeons. This line leads to Uranus. Nun census. Silver fork upon a chipped blue plate. I saw sleeping bag, pillows in the Buick's back. The companionship of refrigerator's hum. This is beginning I again began not. Salt shaker tall as coffee's mug. Dented Opel's orange fender. Gray dawn. On the rain falls Spain mainly in the brain. Smudges forming fingertips on the back door's windows. X-ray reads gold-leaf sign on the glass. First sound of roommates beginning to stir. Grey into yellow comes sky to the room. Each page, once tree, soon shall be ash. Leather chipping, flaking off the tattered jacket. A woman who wears sweat pants. Detestimonialist. Don't sneeze on cat. Predictable boots worn by Frye people. Potholders old and dark. Ridges by bridges. Knife blade streaked with butter. That bus coming back this way. Rough surface of cat's tongue. Pin koans. Clutter of seeds, oils, spices atop the side board. Uganda Liquors.Pedestrians scamper across in the sun. Stake each sentence out. Call this 5 Corners. Knot this knot. Ball bounced into the panda plant. Cups fill the cupboard. Aliens from other planets are perfectly visible. Tamal is a half-name in the place of the name. The squeak of faucets. I was on the road discovered. Ash "tray." Yellow caterpillar tractor. Ashtray fills up. Waking is in each instant I am. Across, then down and across. Her tone to him through long years of rough intimacy was at once tender and gruff. Begin each letter at the top. Not this. Pit bull's spittle as it snarls. I saw a burgundy filling the clear vial at needle's end, my blood. Liquid detergent. Ing the trap bears ed. Roach holder made of a matchbook. She never lookd this way, whose face I sought a glimpse of. Free write each day. My fingers counted between nine and eleven.Any symbol is a contrary seen in a positive light. A specific shape, complex amd nameable, to each cloud. Sky pilot. Factory filld with sunrise. Scraping paper, leaving tracks. Forklift to timeclock of montage and cut. Call this tracing. 3 wooden rainwarpd chairs in the (back) yard. Fence is a verb. Scratch that. Each word in Max 3 meant polis. In the mind mines gape. Tell that to the Possum. Words tried to imagine. Coffee ground spilld on the stove top. Bare nap rugs on the cat. Mouth open, take a deep breath, say Ah. On the far gray bay side haze hued the hill.Rush of footsteps upstairs. Bathetic. In a middle that is not yet the middle. The mock coolness of the air-conditiond underground. Hours alter colors of the page. Grease sizzles, spitting on the stove top. Words vary. Swam past sand sharks. An idea of land's end. Pale luncher. An eternal groove around record's center. 4-tunneld city and 7 its hills. Owl light.Impaired eyes, desert rocks are attributed evenly throughout the pain. Red water. We saw on the sea sails. Stoppage makes the line. Translicity elects the voice. Cowabonga. But you dependent for what comes thru. Call it dogface. Know all blame, same difference. Doors "ajar." I glimpse the machinery of the modern dentist thru windows. Pills on my Tarot. Shade throws the light lamp. Pacific Palisades. Write between light green lines. Beer in waxed cups. Noon's rise mooning. Someone must make awnings. On the bus home from work, squinting at a thick printout. On a bus in dawn heavy fog, on my way to meet Taggart. Smouldering sienna. One ideogram, meaning lunch, middle or China. The familiar smell suddenly of balsawood and Testor's in a hospital corridor.My nose, seen as a waterfall. Disfeel an ease. Cary Grant on the face of George Washington. Or the faces of watchers through a window at sunset, their skin blue by the dim light of the telly. Once on the bus, took his shoes off. Detains, denotes detonation. His eyes enlarged by his glasses.
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Inside the Emerging Multibillion-Dollar Nanotechnology Industry Suddenly, nanotechnology isn't science fiction or mere theory: It's becoming one of the world's fastest-growing, highest-impact industries. In Nanotechnology: Science, Innovation, and Opportunity, the field's leading experts offer an up-to-the-minute briefing on where the industry stands now, how it will unfold over the coming decade, and how it will impact you. Edited by a key industry advisor, this book covers the latest in nanotech science, technology, and applications. You'll meet the key players, and discover nanotech at work in fields ranging from drug delivery to energy efficiency. Here are the opportunities, the challenges, and the implications: all you need to know about today's nanotech business--and tomorrow's. Coverage includes * How the convergence of nanoscale science foreshadows revolutionary societal change * Technical and business obstacles that still challenge the industry * Lessons from the early "gold rush" days of biotech: managing the hype * Nanotech as disruptive innovation: implications for investors and venture capitalists * The evolving roles of entrepreneurs, universities, and the U.S. government * Key application areas: materials, microelectronics, sensors, energy, and beyond * Bio-Nano-Information fusion: the potential to transform medicine * Relevant patent law and intellectual property issues * The ethics of nanotechnology "A fascinating look at the art and science of nanotechnology. Hold on to your hats, the world is about to change big time...A comprehensive look at nanotechnology from the perspective of science, investment, IP, and business development with a healthy dose of vision for good measure. First-rate authors with an excellent presentation of the material. Buy this book." --David Bishop, Ph.D., V.P. of Nanotechnology Research, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies "An absolute must-read for every technology sector being impacted by nanotechnology. This book presents the true value of these technologies, delivering a comprehensive prospectus on the science to commercialization of nanotechnology." --Matthew Laudon, Ph.D., Executive Director, Nano Science & Technology Institute "This is an excellent book for anyone trying to get a general grasp on the emerging science and technology of nanotechnology in particular for business executives, engineers, or entrepreneurs who are trying to decide what this technology can mean to them." --Charles H. Volk, Ph.D., V.P. & Chief Technologist, Northrop Grumman, Navigation Systems Division "Larry Gilbert and Michael Krieger's overview of the university technology transfer process is excellent and provides a realistic perspective and understanding of the commercialization process for technologies developed in the academic environment." --John Ritter, Director, Office of Technology Licensing, Princeton University "For a broad, readable introduction to nanotechnology with its attendant entrepreneurial, social, and technological implications, this book is a great start. The most interesting chapter from my perspective was Smalley's on finding abundant, cheap energy sources. Most informative and refreshing. If you have an interest as an intelligent layperson in nanotechnology and its basic motivations and methods, this book will serve as a worthy point of departure in your search." --Mark S. Petrovic, Ph.D., V.P. of Research and Development, EarthLink "Get this book if you want to explore any part or the whole field of nanotechnology. I was interested in the many sources of funding for nanotechnology and why each source was doing it. The authors have shown an awareness that nanotechnology must be nurtured by dedicated people to achieve its real potential. I recommend this book because it treats the potential of nanotechnology in depth and realistically: Riches will come, but much effort is needed in the meantime." --Bill McLellan, winner of Richard Feynman's Nanotechnology Challenge Contributors: Foreword by Senators Joseph Lieberman and George Allen 1. Lessons in Innovation and Commercialization from the Biotechnology Revolution: Gerald Gallwas, Beckman Instruments 2. Nanotechnology and Our Energy Challenge: Dr. Richard Smalley, Rice University 3. Fads & Hype in Technology: The Sargasso Sea of 'Some Day Soon': Peter Coffee, eWeek 4. Nanotechnology Commercialization: Steve Jurvetson, Draper Fisher Jurvetson 5. Investment in Nanotechnology: Dr. Daniel Leff, Harris & Harris Doug Moffat, Moffat Capital 6. Role of the U.S. Government in Nanoscale Science and Technology: Geoff Holdridge, National 7. Nanotechnology Coordination Office and WTEC, Inc. 8. Overview of US Academic Research: Dr. Julie Chen, University of Massachusetts Lowell 9. Understanding University Technology Transfer for Nanotechnology: Larry Gilbert, Caltech, Dr. Michael Krieger, UCLA 10. Intellectual Property Policy and Impact: Chinh Pham, Greenberg Traurig, Charles Berman, Greenberg Traurig 11. Entrepreneurs: Jeff Lawrence, Trillium Digital Systems, Larry Bock, Nanosys 12. Major Corporations: Technology, Business and the Culture of Opportunity: Jim Duncan, Meggitt PLC 13. Nanotechnology in Federal Laboratories: Dr. Meyya Meyyapan, NASA Ames Laboratory 14. Nanoscale Materials: Dr. Mark Reed, Yale, Dr. ZL Wang, Georgia Tech, Dr. Brent Segal, Nantero Dr. Sheryl Ehrman, Maryland, Fiona Case, Case Scientific 15. Nanotechnology-Enabled Sensors: Dr. David Nagel, George Washington University, Dr. Sharon Smith, Lockheed Martin Microelectronics, Dr. Stephen Goodnick, Arizona State, Dr. George Thompson, Intel, Dr. Axel Scherer, Caltech 16. Drug Delivery: Dr. Suzie Pun, University of Washington, Dr. JJ Cheng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 17. Bio-Nano-Information Fusion: Dr. Chih-Ming Ho, UCLA, Dr. Dean Ho, UCLA, Dan Garcia, UCLA 18. Convergence and Integration: Dr. Mike Roco, National Science Foundation 19. Ethical Considerations in the advance of Nanotechnology, Dr. Bill
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