Diary of a Journey from the Mississippi to the Coasts of the Pacific with a United States Government Expedition

It was a kind of solemn momento mori to other wayfarers reminding them to be prepared for their last journey — and , after speculating for a moment on the question whether it were the last memorial of a poor labourer , of a wealthy ...

Author: Balduin Möllhausen


ISBN: UVA:X004072138

Category: Overland journeys to the Pacific


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Beyond the Last Village

A Journey Of Discovery In Asia's Forbidden Wilderness Alan Rabinowitz. Bryant , R . L . The Political Ecology of Forestry in ... Cox , E . M . Farrer ' s Last Journey : Upper Burma , 1919 – 1920 . Dulau & Co . , Ltd . , London , 1926 .

Author: Alan Rabinowitz


ISBN: UOM:39015053514199

Category: Nature

Page: 344

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The author describes his journey through the uncharted lands of northern Myanmar, describing new species and trying to persuade the government to preserve the land.

France A Journey

(62 miles) Day 38 – Thursday, 6 October 2011 We have reached the end of our final sojourn at Les Châtaigniers and indeed the final day of our final journey. We have so much enjoyed our many stays at the farm in Vienne-en-Bessin, ...

Author: Michael Clark

Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing

ISBN: 9781839757563

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 417

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Discovering France’s spacious countryside, its villages, towns and cities – unfolding its history and creating lasting friendships. A personal commentary, journal, guide of journeys in France.


to honour with my patronage the last journey to town it was intended to make . Mr Burleigh mounted by my side to take the reins - for he had been reduced to act as his own coachman for some months pastand he shook me by the hand in a ...

Author: John Hollingshead


ISBN: BSB:BSB11304862


Page: 384

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A Journey to a Successful Career Education

LAST. SHALL. BE. FIRST. This journey to success started at conception, and traveled to adulthood. It is an expedition designed for the youth of today and their parents, to better prepare them for the future.

Author: Dr. C

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781477204580

Category: Education

Page: 98

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This is a parent/student guide to assist our youth with their journey to accomplishing a successful career and ambassadorship. It chronicles the four stages of a childs life, from conception to college, and the responsibility that both parent and child must accept for success in life. Stage one: conception through pre-schoolthe focus is on the parent(s) because they are the childs first teacher. Stage two: Middle Schoolthe focus shifts from the parents and tilts toward the adolescent. Stage three: High Schoolthe spotlight is on the student or young adult with the parent as support. Stage four: Ambassadorshipis the last stage of the journey. It is the most important and should be intertwined throughout all stages of the journey. It includes a vision of ones true purpose, and

Good Health

The child in glory , " they say ; and the last few mourners are the immediate rela- nay , the first journey of the siuless tives of the dead . The neighbors look , babe is a triumphant march , the funeral perhaps , from their windows as ...



ISBN: UOM:39015069814757

Category: Hygiene


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The Greek Testament with a Critically Revised Text

( 6 ) I believe then that we have obtained a fixed critical point in all the four Gospels for the last journey from Galilee , after which He never returned ( in the flesh ) thither again . And this last journey was to the feast of ...

Author: Henry Alford


ISBN: PRNC:32101065689828

Category: Bible

Page: 1120

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Living The Journey

In fact, I booked the entire day with her to have an Abundance Journey process, draining the last money I had in my business account. Again, I felt I had nothing to lose. There are very few processes that I've done over the last seven ...

Author: Brandon Bays

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781451665628

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 280

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Compiles sixteen stories that reveal the potential of the natural-healing Journey method, describing how the co-author effectively applied alternative medicine and avoided surgery and drugs to combat her own health challenges.

A Uro Oncology Nurse Specialist s Reflection on her Practice Journey

... a young boy of only 12 years old (Aaron), a sobering experience in light of his age. It was also the same environment in which, years later, another family friend (Glenn) completed his final journey (refer to Chap. 8).

Author: Beverley Anderson

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030941994

Category: Medical

Page: 222

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This book provides a unique insight and background of a uro-oncology nurse’s career from a personal and professional perspective, one that encapsulates the ever changing dynamics in the nursing profession over 40 years - 1970’s to current, 2022. In writing this book, the objective is to devise a beneficial point of reference, one that is conducive to enlightening individuals within the healthcare profession and the wider context, on the art of reflection and acknowledging its benefits in terms of exploring their feelings and understanding their meaning. Reflection is a highly beneficial tool. In this context, the process enables the author to reflect constructively on her nursing career and practice, to highlight the positive as well as the negative aspects within that practice, and illustrate how the experiences gained have contributed to her development, personally and professionally, throughout that journey. Reflection includes deliberate reflection on experience, emotions, actions and responses and acknowledging how essential these have been to informing the author’s existing knowledge base and in ensuring a higher level of learning and understanding. In the continued quest to deliver optimal healthcare, the objective of reflection is in enabling healthcare individuals e.g. nursing students, newly qualified nurses or those considering change of nursing speciality, to better understand their patients from a holistic standpoint (physical, psychological, psycho-social, spiritual, cultural and economic) and ultimately, improving the individual patient’s overall experience – cancer or otherwise, as well as improving and enhancing practice outcomes. The importance of reflection and its contribution to increasing the healthcare professional’s self-awareness – emotional, personal and professional, is also well underlined. Various Modules and Case Studies within the book are used to explain and highlight key issues, and to enhance content and visual acuity.