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Francis Parkman : France and England in North America : Vol. 1: Pioneers of France in the New World, The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century, La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West, The Old Regime in Canada (Library of America)
This is the first of two volumes presenting all seven parts of Francis Parkman's monumental narrative history of the strle for control of the American continent. Thirty years in the writing, Parkman's "history of the American forest" is an accomplishment hardly less awesome than the adventures he describes. This volume begins with the tragic settlement of French Huguenots in Florida, then shifts north as explorers like Samuel de Champlain map the wilderness and wage savage forest warfare against the Iroquois; resolute Jesuits attempt to convert the Indians and suffer captivity, torture, and martyrdom in the wilderness; conflict rages in French Canada between religious extremists and fur traders. Dominating all is the fiercely indomitable La Salle, whose obsession with colonizing the Mississippi Valley leads to vast treks across the western prairie and assassination in a lonely Texas swamp.
I JUST recently got the Fujifilm Finepix X100. I preordered it on March 14, 2011 and it arrived in my hands on April 02, 2011.
I was lucky enough to find a store that had a LOW preorder list! The store had 8 preorders, and they received 3 from Fuji Canada. Luckily for me, i made the cut, and I was #3 of 3 cameras.
Anyways, today, I decided to walk around Steveston, BC for a quick street test of the Fujifilm X100. All I can say is, WOW! This camera is FANTASTIC! I feel invisible when I am taking street shots! I definitely feel a lot more liberated as oppose to when I use my 5D Mark II. I'm still getting used to the camera so I hope to improve my speed when handling the camera. It'll probably take a week or something to do just that.
Anyways, here's some test shots from Steveston, BC.
Imagetech 3D Trio camera
This is an Imagetech 3D Trio camera made for "lenticular" printing. The coins are to show size. I bought this at a local thrift store. I have not yet had film that was run through it processed but it seems to be working correctly. Automatic film loading, motorized film advance, takes 100, 200, or 400 ASA/ISO film, a 1/100th of a second shutter speed and automatically selected f/ stop of f/5.6 or f/11, built in flash and motorized film rewind. Takes two AA batteries and 35mm film. Prints can be made at Snap3D.com in Toronto, Canada. This is my second 3D camera - my first one is a Nishika N8000, also purchased at a thrift store. I hope they work!
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Energy is at the core of the way Canadians live. Yet recent research indicates that North America's supply of oil-our most consumed source of primary energy-may only last until 2025. So what happens when this valuable resource runs dry?
In this highly readable introduction, Peter Sinclair examines the history of energy production and consumption leading to the impending energy "crisis." What policy decisions have been made along the way and in whose interest?
From the Alberta oil sands to offshore drilling in Newfoundland and Labrador, Sinclair delves into the hot button issues that affect Canadians today. Looking ahead, he points to which alternative and renewable energies we may rely on and the environmental, social, and political pressures that are increasingly pushing Canadians toward a critical change.
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