Class of 1986


  • Beck, Tad
    Cruciphoenix
    1993
    709.2 B384C
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Corbett, Sara
    Venus To The Hoop : A Gold Medal Year In Womens Basketball
    1997
    796.323 C811V
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Kirkland, Stephane
    Paris Reborn : Napoleon Iii Baron Haussmann And The Quest To Build A Modern City
    2013
    “An engrossing account of Napoleon III, Baron Haussmann, and one of the greatest transformations of a major city in modern history Traditionally known as a dirty, congested, and dangerous city, Paris was transformed in an extraordinary period from 1848 to 1870, when the government launched a huge campaign to build streets, squares, parks, churches, and public buildings. The Louvre Palace was expanded, Notre-Dame Cathedral was restored and the masterpiece of the Second Empire, the Opéra Garnier, was built. A very large part of what we see when we visit Paris today originates from this short span of twenty-two years. The vision for the new Paris belonged to Napoleon III, who had led a long and difficult climb to absolute power. But his plans faltered until he brought in a civil servant, Georges-Eugène Haussmann, to take charge of the implementation. Heedless of controversy, at tremendous cost, Haussmann pressed ahead with the giant undertaking until, in 1870, his political enemies brought him down, just months before the collapse of the whole regime brought about the end of an era. Paris Reborn is a must-read for anyone who ever wondered how Paris, the city universally admired as a standard of urban beauty, became what it is”–
    307.1 K47P
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Nordhaus, Hannah
    American Ghost : A Familys Haunted Past In The Desert Southwest
    2015
    “The award-winning journalist and author attempts to uncover the truth about her great-great-grandmother, Julia–whose ghost is said to haunt an elegant hotel in Santa Fe–in this spellbinding exploration of myth, family history, and the American West” —
    133.1 N67AM
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Nordhaus, Hannah
    The Beekeepers Lament : How One Man And Half A Billion Honey Bees Help Feed America
    2011
    Recounts the experiences of John Miller, one of the foremost migratory beekeepers, who, despite mysterious epidemics that threaten American honey populations–and the nation’s agribusiness–forges on and moves ahead in a new natural world.
    638.1 N56B
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Novelline, Lisa Anne
    Piccadilly And The Fairy Polka
    2014
    Piccadilly and the Fairy Polka is a life-affirming and fanciful tale about a spunky little girl enchanted with the coming of summer. On a very special sunny afternoon Piccadilly is convinced that she has uncovered a magical and most delightful secret. Readers are invited to join the fun, celebrate the whimsy, and decide for themselves. What is real? What is fantasy? And ultimately, how much does it matter?
    Children’s Collection N68P
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Robinson, John B
    A Fistful Of Diamonds : A Gemstone Thriller
    2008
    “[Gem-expert Lonny Cushman travels to Rwanda in search of a priceless suite of green diamonds]”–Provided by publisher.
    FICTION R5625F
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Robinson, John B
    Kilimanjaro Burning : A Novella
    1998
    FICTION R5625K
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Robinson, John B
    The Sapphire Sea
    2003
    FICTION R5625SA
    Phillips OWHL 

  • Rothschild, N Harry
    Emperor Wu Zhao And Her Pantheon Of Devis, Divinities And Dynastic Mothers
    2015
    299.5/112114
    Phillips OWHL 


 

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