Deep South KnittingDeep South Knitting



This title tells a story with yarn needles. Featuring 25 designs inspired by the natural and cultural landmarks of the American South. take a winding tour through 12 states, from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia to Atlanta, Georgia.

Author: Beth Moriarty

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ISBN: 0615528546

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Page: 156

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This title tells a story with yarn needles. Featuring 25 designs inspired by the natural and cultural landmarks of the American South. take a winding tour through 12 states, from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia to Atlanta, Georgia.

Deep SouthDeep South



In Deep South he turns his gaze to a region much closer to his home.

Author: Paul Theroux

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780241969366

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Page: 464

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SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLER Acclaimed and beloved travel writer Paul Theroux turns his attention to his own country - America - for the first time in Deep South For the past fifty years, Paul Theroux has travelled to the far corners of the earth - to China, India, Africa, the Pacific Islands, South America, Russia, and elsewhere - and brought them to life in his cool, exacting prose. In Deep South he turns his gaze to a region much closer to his home. Travelling through North and South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas, Paul Theroux writes of the stunning landscapes he discovers - the deserts, the mountains, the Mississippi - and above all, the lives of the people he meets. The South is a place of contradictions. There is the warm, open spirit of the soul food cafes, found in every town, no matter how small. There is the ruined grandeur of numberless ghostly towns, long abandoned by the industries that built them. There are the state gun shows, populated by a close-knit and subtly forlorn tribe of peoples. In the depths of his native country, Theroux discovers a land more profoundly foreign than anything he has previously experienced.

Queering Spirituality and Community in the Deep SouthQueering Spirituality and Community in the Deep South



Family Relationships In the Deep South, family relationships are important and
close-knit families are common. It is not surprising, then, that family played a
critical role in the coming out process for LGBTQ individuals in all three studies.

Author: Kamden K. Strunk

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781641135757

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Page: 221

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In this volume, authors explore the interconnected issues of spirituality and community as they relate to queer issues in the Deep South. The book begins with explorations of queer spiritualities and LGBTQ people in religious settings. Next, authors investigate and document the rise of the religious right political movement in the South. Finally, the authors of this text document community life for LGBTQ people in the Deep South, including efforts to create affirming queer spaces inside otherwise hostile locales. Through the chapters in this text, the peculiarities of spirituality and community life for LGBTQ people in the Deep South are explored. However, this volume also points to trends, themes, and dynamics at work in the Deep South that are also implicated in the queer experience in other parts of the U.S. The authors of this text push readers to think deeply about these issues, probe the limits of queer potentialities in Southern religious and community contexts, and clearly point to the interweaving of Christian religiousness, communities of practice, the operation of white supremacist heteropatriarchy in oppression of LGBTQ people, and the possibilities of affirming spiritual and community praxis.

Waiting for the Evening News Stories of the Deep SouthWaiting for the Evening News Stories of the Deep South



Stories of the Deep South Tim Gautreaux ... Other than khaki pants and shirts, he
had only two pairs of green doubleknit slacks, one white shirt, an orange knit shirt
, and a yellow knit shirt with a little animal embroidered over the heart.

Author: Tim Gautreaux

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444714593

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Page: 400

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A petty thief is bested by a widow and her card-playing friends; a farmer must cope with raising his baby granddaughter; a train engineer inadvertently causes a major disaster and finds himself amidst a media frenzy; a young man falls in love with a voice on the radio; and a camera repairman discovers a woman’s family history in a roll of undeveloped film. Ordinary people are confronted with extraordinary situations, with results that are sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, but always life changing.In stories filled with heart and humour, Tim Gautreaux explores the stresses and strains of everyday life as his characters struggle to make amends for their mistakes and hope for different, better days to come.

Bridging Deep South RiversBridging Deep South Rivers



It has proven itself a staunch and well knit structure and having breasted
unharmed this mighty torrent, it will henceforth be relied on with more confidence
than ever as secure from the utmost reach of the Chattahoochee.” As a result of
the ...

Author: John S. Lupold

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820355382

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Page: 352

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Horace King (1807-1885) built covered bridges over every large river in Georgia, Alabama, and eastern Mississippi. That King, who began life as a slave in Cheraw, South Carolina, received no formal training makes his story all the more remarkable. This is the first major biography of the gifted architect and engineer who used his skills to transcend the limits of slavery and segregation and become a successful entrepreneur and builder. John S. Lupold and Thomas L. French Jr. add considerably to our knowledge of a man whose accomplishments demand wider recognition. As a slave and then as a freedman, King built bridges, courthouses, warehouses, factories, and houses in the three-state area. The authors separate legend from facts as they carefully document King’s life in the Chattahoochee Valley on the Georgia-Alabama border. We learn about King’s freedom from slavery in 1846, his reluctant support of the Confederacy, and his two terms in Alabama’s Reconstruction legislature. In addition, the biography reveals King’s relationship with his fellow (white) contractors and investors, especially John Godwin, his master and business partner, and Robert Jemison Jr., the Alabama entrepreneur and legislator who helped secure King’s freedom. The story does not end with Horace, however, because he passed his skills on to his three sons, who also became prominent builders and businessmen. In King’s world few other blacks had his opportunities to excel. King seized on his chances and became the most celebrated bridge builder in the Deep South. The reader comes away from King’s story with respect for the man; insight into the problems of financing, building, and maintaining covered bridges; and a new sense of how essential bridges were to the southern market economy.

Deep SouthDeep South



We had striped tea-towels, white sheets, woollen singlets, pink pants and knitted
socks all hanging from dolly pegs. Some things were patched and darned, the
mending being more obvious when the clothes were wet. It was unsafe to hang ...

Author: Ralph Crane

Publisher: Text Publishing

ISBN: 9781921961274

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Page: 256

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A wonderful collection of twenty-four short stories that celebrate the history, culture and creativity of Tasmania. This handsome collection, the first to bring together the finest stories about Tasmania, includes works by notable early Australian writers, such as Marcus Clarke and Tasma; internationally renowned practitioners, like Hal Porter, Carmel Bird and Nicholas Shakespeare; and a range of newer voices, from Danielle Wood and Rohan Wilson to Rachael Treasure. These twenty-four superb stories showcase the island's colonial past, its darkness and humour, the unique beauty and savagery of its landscape. A must-read for enthusiasts of Australian literature, Deep South comes with a critical introduction from the editors and biographical sketches of the contributors: A. J. O., Carmel Bird, Roy Bridges, Marcus Clarke, Geoffrey Dean, Adrienne Eberhard, Henry J. Goldsmith, James Leakey, Tahune Linah, James McQueen, Hal Porter, Philomena van Rijswijk, Barney Roberts, Margaret Scott, Nicholas Shakespeare, H. W. Stewart, Tasma, Theresa Tasmania, Rachael Treasure, Price Warung, A. Werner, Rohan Wilson, Joan Wise and Danielle Wood. Ralph Crane is the author or editor of sixteen academic books. He lives in Hobart and is Professor of English at the University of Tasmania. Danielle Wood is the author of a novel, The Alphabet of Light and Dark (2003; winner of the Australian Vogel and Dobbie awards); a collection of short stories, Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls (2006); and a non-fiction work, Housewife Superstar: The Very Best of Marjorie Bligh (2011). She lives in Hobart and teaches at the University of Tasmania. textpublishing.com.au '[A] beautifully presented short-story collection....Co-editor Danielle Wood does have a wonderful contemporary story in the book, portraying a sleep-deprived new mother coming to terms with the changes in her world. Wood manages to merge the contours and endlessness of Tasmania with the mother's sense of being lost to herself.' Readings Monthly

Deep SouthDeep South



South include 939 cotton spinning and Moreover , it is extremely interesting
weaving , 23 knitting , 73 woolen and to note that the textile industry was the first
to respond when President Roosevelt Now my Cup is DEEP SOUTH 23.

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ISBN: UTEXAS:059172131007063

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Deep SouthDeep South



... close - knit selfperpetuating group which has a definite advantage in elections .
A citizen of Old City , speaking of a nonring candidate , said : " I can't see that he
has a chance . These fellows don't have a chance against men like Morris , who ...

Author: Allison Davis

Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : The University of Chicago Press

ISBN: UCAL:B3866089

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Page: 558

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Gordons of the Deep SouthGordons of the Deep South



The girls did dainty handwork , tatting , crochet and embroidery and knitting ,
hemmed napkins and aprons and helped when needed with sewing on buttons
and mending . The sons had their duties and responsibilities . Each daughter had
a ...

Author: Erminie Northcutt Marshall

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ISBN: WISC:89062879424

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Page: 302

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John and Ruth Gordon raised a family in Prince William and Fairfax counties, Virginia, and in Berkeley, now Newberry County, South Carolina. John died intestate in 1756.

John Sharp Williams Planter statesman of the Deep SouthJohn Sharp Williams Planter statesman of the Deep South



Many brought their lunches and knitting along and remained 34 New York Times
, August 7 , 1916. Like most groups in America at that time , the suffragettes cast
the blame for the failure of their measure upon the President of the United States
 ...

Author: George Coleman Osborn

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ISBN: UOM:35112101583120

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Page: 501

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The Deep South Says never The Deep South Says never



... the purposes and activities of the Association , Engelhardt saying : " It's
supposed to coordinate ideas , " and Patterson : " It's an association of
associations . All the local Councils are strictly autonomous . We are a loosely
knit organization .

Author: John Bartlow Martin

Publisher: Negro Universities Press

ISBN: NWU:35556002338085

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Page: 181

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Louisiana the Deep SouthLouisiana the Deep South



In five to sights might begin in Memphis and end in 10 days , one could do a
thematic tour that New Orleans , taking about five days , add a would knit together
all of the states covered day if making a complete loop . in this book . Of course , if
 ...

Author: Tom Downs

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ISBN: 1864502169

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Page: 536

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Covering the US capital's museums and monuments, this guide gives the scoop on where to go after dark, from the dignified Kennedy Center to down-and-dirty punk rock dives. There are special sections on architectural tours, black history and travelling with kids.

Textile IndustriesTextile Industries



KNIT FABRIC OF THE MONTH This month's fabric selection is women's wear
double knit jacquard made on a Wildt ... job in spacious , engineered fabric ,
backing , fill , and sewing 18 - cut women's wear double knit quarters in the deep
South .

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ISBN: UCLA:L0050970821

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Vols. for include annually an issue with title: Textile industries buyers guide.