INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS

Hoosier Book Club
Fall 2012

INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS

Hoosier Book Club
Photography Cookbooks Home & Garden Nature & Environment Midwest History Military History American History Politics The Arts Music Biography & Memoir Fiction & Poetry Judaica Railroads $5.00 Books WTIU Purdue University Press 3 6 7 8 11 15 17 19 20 21 23 26 28 29 31 32 38

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Photography
INDIANA CoVERED BRIDGES
Marsha Williamson Mohr Foreword by Rachel Berenson Perry
128 pp., 125 color photos, 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-00800-8 $30.00 Sale Price $20.00 ebook 978-0-253-00801-5 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49
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IndIana
Covered Bridges

The covered bridge evokes feelings of nostalgia, romance, and even mystery. Majestic photographs capture the timeless and simple beauty of these well-traveled structures, appealing to everyone who treasures Indiana’s rich architectural heritage.

M a r s ha W i l l iam s o n Moh r •

INDIANA BARNS

Marsha Williamson Mohr Introduction by Duncan Campbell
152 pp., 155 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-35568-3 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00 ebook 978-0-253-00169-6 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49

Showcasing 138 barns of all shapes and sizes, during all four seasons, and in various states of repair and decay, this lively collection of a once dominant feature of the Hoosier landscape is sure to delight.

NEW HARMoNY THEN AND NoW
Donald E. Pitzer Photographs by Darryl D. Jones
224 pp., 48 halftones, 120 color illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35645-1 $39.95 Sale Price $27.00

This photographic and historic celebration of New Harmony, Indiana, explores the exciting history of two great American Utopian communities: the Harmonists and the Owenites. Intellectuals and artisans alike are drawn to this setting of science and spirit.

New Harmony Then & Now
Text Donald E.Pitzer Photogr aphs Darryl D. Jones Foreword Jane Blaffer Owen & Connie Weinzapfel

THIS IS INDIANA
Tom Crean, the Team, and the Exciting Comeback of Hoosier Basketball The Herald-Times
128 pp., 150 color photos paperback 978-0-253-00858-9 $20.00 Sale Price $12.00 ebook 978-0-253-00876-3 $17.99 Sale Price $11.49

In 2008, Coach Tom Crean walked into Assembly Hall, promising a return to glory for Indiana basketball. Four years later, the Hoosiers went 24-7. A keepsake for Hoosiers and basketball lovers everywhere, This Is INDIANA relives this incredible season—game by game, photo by photo.

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UNExPECTED INDIANA
A Portfolio of Natural Landscapes Ron Leonetti and Christopher Jordan
168 pp., 139 color photos, 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-34485-4 $35.00 Sale Price $20.00

From the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore in the north to cypress sloughs in the south, the full breadth of Indiana’s diversity is revealed. Nothing manmade intrudes upon these striking photos, which range from close-ups to sweeping landscapes of forests, rivers, prairies, dunes, and swamps. Working in traditional medium and large film formats, Leonetti and Jordan have produced a spectacular body of work that captures the essence of Indiana’s natural beauty.

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LIMESToNE LIVES
Voices from the Indiana Stone Belt Katherine Ferrucci
108 pp., 79 b&w photos, 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-34512-7 $35.00 Sale Price $20.00

Limestone Lives
Voices from the Indiana Stone Belt
KATHERINE FERRUCCI

Combines 79 striking, fine art photographic images with engaging oral histories from the men and women who work with stone. Limestone Lives is a testament to people who take enormous pride in their work, as well as to the role this unique industry plays in creating buildings of lasting beauty.

FRANK M. HoHENBERGER’S INDIANA PHoToGRAPHS
Edited by Cecil K. Byrd
144 pp., 120 photos paperback 978-0-253-31286-0 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00

The first retrospective collection of the pioneering work of Frank M. Hohenberger, photographer laureate of Indiana in the first half of the 20th century. More than 120 photos represent the magnificent career of a pioneer in American photography and provide a fascinating record of life in Indiana over almost 50 years.

DRIVING To SToNY LoNESoME
Jack Welpott’s Indiana Photographs, 1936-1959 Jack Welpott Foreword by Jo Ann B. Fineman
192 pp., 143 b&w photos paperback 978-0-253-21866-7 $27.95 Sale Price $17.00

The 100+ photographs that comprise the core of this gorgeous book are intense and personal and include many fine examples of environmental portraiture of which Welpott was a master.

STILL STANDING
A Century of Urban Train Station Design Christopher Brown
144 pp., 109 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-34634-6 $49.95 Sale Price $25.00

This beautiful photographic collection of urban train station design covers a 100-year period from roughly 1850 to 1950. Striking original photographs chronicle 40 large passenger station buildings still in existence in cities around the world. One-third of the stations included are among the best America has to offer. Supplies limited.

MCCLELLAN STREET

David and Peter Turnley Foreword by John G. Morris
128 pp., 102 b&w photos hardcover 978-0-253-34967-5 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00

Over 100 black-and-white images grace the pages of this photo essay produced by acclaimed photographers David and Peter Turnley. Their hauntingly beautiful raw and real photographs document life on McClellan Street in Ft. Wayne, Indiana in the early 1970s.

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LIGoNIER
A Photographic Essay Jeff Moerchen Introduction by Melissa Dinverno
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168 pp., 75 b&w photos paperback 978-0-253-22363-0 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00

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REAL SToRIES oF BIG CAT RESCUES
Tales from the Exotic Feline Rescue Center Melanie Bowlin Photographs by Stephen D. McCloud
128 pp., 111 color photos paperback 978-0-253-22234-3 $19.95 Sale Price $14.00

Big Cat
Real Stories of

ResCues

Tales from the Exotic Feline Rescue Center

Melanie Bowlin
With contributions by

Audra Masternak
Photographs by

In the spirited follow-up to Saving the Big Cats: The Exotic Feline Rescue Center, more than 100 color photographs of the rescued resident big cats are showcased with loving detail.

Stephen D. McCloud
Foreword by

Camilla Calamandrei

SAVING THE BIG CATS
The Exotic Feline Rescue Center Stephen D. McCloud
112 pp., 106 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-34609-4 $39.95 Sale Price $16.00

Providing an inside look at one of the largest exotic feline rescue centers in the U.S., Saving the Big Cats brings to life the beautiful, wild animals on its pages. McCloud tells the incredible stories of these big cats through astonishing photographs and compelling text.

oF WooDS AND WATER
A Photographic Journey across Michigan Ron Leonetti and Christopher Jordan Foreword by Dave Dempsey
160 pp., 141 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-35276-7 $34.95 Sale Price $14.00

A shared love of nature and the unexpected diversity Michigan landscapes have to offer guide these celebrated photographers in capturing the spirit of Michigan’s untamed beauty.

AMISH LIFE
Living Plainly and Serving God Darryl D. Jones Foreword by Thomas J. Meyers and Steven M. Nolt
128 pp., 129 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-34594-3 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00

Beautiful color photographs—often surprising in their intimacy—capture the Amish way of life today. Darryl Jones goes beyond tourist caricature. He offers glimpses of faces lined by hard work and wrinkled with pleasure, as well as young people who make a sport of harvest and join eagerly in a game of baseball. In them we glimpse the deep satisfaction of living in harmony with the rhythms of life.

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With clarity and a close attention to detail, a photographer captures the life of the Hispanic community of Ligonier, Indiana. More than a narrow study of an immigrant population, Moerchen’s evocative photo essay explores this small midwestern town as it struggles to survive.

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A Photogr APhic EssAy

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Cookbooks
FARMFooD
Green Living with Chef Daniel Orr Daniel orr
276 pp., 150 color photos paperback 978-0-253-22103-2 $29.95 Sale Price $15.00

“From a restaurant kitchen to your table, Daniel always brings home the earthly delights of green and real cuisine.” —Charles Masson, owner of La Grenouille, New York, N.Y.

PARADISE KITCHEN
Caribbean Cooking with Chef Daniel Orr Daniel orr
300 pp., 242 color illus., 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-35608-6 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00
Caribbean Cooking with Chef Daniel orr

Unleashing the flavors of the Caribbean in combination with the best of Orr’s expertise in world cuisine, this delightful cookbook, memoir, and travel guide invites home cooks to savor the culinary joys of the Caribbean.

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INDIANA CooKS!
Great Restaurant Recipes for the Home Kitchen Christine Barbour and Scott Feickert Photographs by Tom Stio
160 pp., 15 b&w photos, 82 color photos, 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-34664-3 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00

Features great recipes from some of Indiana’s best restaurants and chefs, adapted for home cooking. Contact information for each restaurant and a convenient map are included. Indiana Cooks! is a must-have volume for the gourmet, the talented cook, and the cookbook collector.

Bestseller!

THE TAo oF CooKING
Sally Pasley
240 pp. paperback 978-0-253-21237-5 $24.00 Sale Price $18.00

A classic vegetarian cookbook for the adventurous cook, this meatless favorite includes 300 enticing recipes for entrees, breakfasts, soups, appetizers, side dishes, pasta, breads and desserts.

HoME GRoWN INDIANA
A Food Lover’s Guide to Good Eating in the Hoosier State Christine Barbour and Scott Hutcheson
288 pp., 8 maps paperback 978-0-253-22019-6 $16.95 Sale Price $8.00

Highlighting more than 400 producers, restaurants, farmers’ markets, winemakers, brewers, and food festivals, this book is not only a tasty read, but an excellent companion during a weekend drive in the country, a day out with the family, or a holiday food-shopping expedition.

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Home & Garden
A HoME oF HER oWN
Nancy R. Hiller Photographs by Kendall Reeves
240 pp., 104 color photos paperback 978-0-253-22353-1 $29.95 Sale Price $20.00
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Illustrated with more than 100 color photographs, this book showcases women whose homes reflect their strong bond to a place.

99 HISToRIC HoMES oF INDIANA
A Look Inside Bill Shaw Photographs by Marsh Davis
256 pp., 348 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-34145-7 $39.95 Sale Price $24.00

In this lavishly illustrated book, we get a rare opportunity to visit a variety of houses throughout the state, dating from the early 19th century through the late 1950s, and see how they are preserved or restored, furnished, and lived in. A remarkable armchair tour of some of the most historic homes of Indiana.

GARDENING IN THE LoWER MIDWEST
A Practical Guide for the New Zones 5 and 6 Diane Heilenman
224 pp., 34 color illus. paperback 978-0-253-32813-7 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00

“ . . . a common-sense handbook for gardeners . . . It will help slacken the stress level that gardening was never meant to bring.” —HortScience

PERENNIALS SHoRT AND TALL
A Seasonal Progression of Flowers for Your Garden Moya L. Andrews Illustrated by Gillian Harris
160 pp., 26 color photos, 1 map paperback 978-0-253-21976-3 $19.95 Sale Price $10.00

Bestseller!

Designed for accessibility, this book offers triedand-true advice on how to keep a yard in bloom. A great read for novice gardeners!

TREES, SHRUBS, AND RoSES FoR MIDWEST GARDENS
Ezra Haggard
240 pp., 115 color photos paperback 978-0-253-21470-6 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00

The only garden design book featuring shrubs, trees, and roses for the Midwest, with recommendations of the best species as well as tips for good plant combinations.

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Nature & Environment
A GUIDE To CAVES AND KARST oF INDIANA
Samuel S. Frushour in conjunction with the Indiana Geological Survey
152 pp., 45 color illus., 15 b&W illus. paperback 978-0-253-00096-5 $22.00 Sale Price $14.00

Whether you are looking to explore some of the state’s wild or tourist caves, or simply curious about Indiana’s underground, this compact and comprehensive field guide is the place to start. It explains how caves are created, the different geological features within, and the types of animals that inhabit them.

A GUIDE To THE KNoBSToNE TRAIL
Indiana’s Longest Footpath Nathan D. Strange Foreword by Marion T. Jackson
160 pp., 41 color illus., 24 b&w illus., 19 maps paperback 978-0-253-22297-8 $19.95 Sale Price: $13.00

This essential backpacker’s guide to one of the most beautiful footpaths in the country offers a spectacularly rugged, 58-mile trek through 40,000 acres of forested land in southern Indiana, making for a safe and memorable adventure.

FISHES oF INDIANA
A Field Guide Thomas P. Simon Illustrations by Joseph R. Tomelleri
368 pp., 240 color illus., 133 b&w illus., 227 maps paperback 978-0-253-22308-1 $21.95 Sale Price $14.00

A rich assortment of 227 fish, from freshwater to Great Lakes species, in one enlightening and beautifully illustrated guide.

MAMMALS oF INDIANA

MaMMals o�

A Field Guide John o. Whitaker, Jr.
352 pp., 254 color illus., 61 maps paperback 978-0-253-22213-8 $19.95 Sale Price $13.00 ebook 978-0-253-00151-1 $16.95 Sale Price $12.49

IndIana

—A

Field Guide —

John o. Whitaker , Jr .

This pocket-sized field guide to native Indiana mammals offers color photos, skull close-ups, and range maps, along with descriptions and clues to finding and identifying all mammals indigenous to the area—and even a few that are not. Whether you are a biologist, veterinarian, wildlife manager, or simply a nature enthusiast, this guide is certain to be a welcome companion during your next outdoor adventure.

101 TREES oF INDIANA
A Field Guide Marion T. Jackson and Katherine Harrington Photographs by Ron Rathfon
392 pp., 65 b&w photos, 518 color photos, 148 maps paperback 978-0-253-21694-6 $19.95 Sale Price $13.00

From American beech to yellow-wood, Indiana’s trees are presented in a beautiful field guide. Accessible and authoritative, it is perfectly sized to fit in a pocket or backpack and contains all you need to identify a tree in Indiana, whatever the season. Includes up-to-date maps, over 400 illustrations.

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WILDFLoWERS AND FERNS oF INDIANA FoRESTS
A Field Guide Michael A. Homoya Foreword by Marion T. Jackson
464 pp., 520 color illus., 40 b&w illus., 2 maps paperback 978-0-253-22325-8 $22.95 Sale Price $14.00

Wildflowers and Ferns of Indiana Forests
A Field Guide Michael A. Homoya
Foreword by Marion T. Jackson

This beautifully illustrated guide identifies nearly 300 common plants, arranged by flower color or growth form, providing a convenient way to distinguish a great majority of plants in any given woodland.

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EARTH WoRKS
Selected Essays Scott Russell Sanders
376 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00095-8 $25.00 Sale Price $15.00 ebook 978-0-253-00712-4 $20.99 Sale Price $12.49

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S e l e c t e d e S S a y S

Podcast

In 30 of his finest essays—nine never before collected—Scott Russell Sanders examines his Midwestern background, his father’s drinking, his opposition to war, his literary inheritance, and his feeling for wildness.

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A CoNSERVATIoNIST MANIFESTo
Scott Russell Sanders
256 pp. paperback 978-0-253-22080-6 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00 ebook 978-0-253-00285-3 $16.99 Sale Price $11.49

“Sanders’ eloquent book is a must-read for anyone committed to taking care of the natural world and passing it along to future generations.” —Foreword

TERRARIUM

Scott Russell Sanders
288 pp. paperback 978-0-253-21021-0 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00

This imaginative excursion into the future—where humanity has abandoned the outdoors for a network of cities sealed against all of nature—shows us the perils of separating ourselves from the environment.

THE NATURAL HERITAGE oF INDIANA
Edited by Marion T. Jackson
512 pp., 10 b&w photos, 64 figures, 458 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-33074-1 $49.95 Sale Price $25.00

The Natural Heritage of Indiana is the first survey of the natural beauty, heritage, and environmental problems of the state. Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of color photographs by some of the state’s best nature photographers, as well as maps, drawings, and diagrams, it also contains essays by 38 of Indiana’s environmental practitioners.

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Indiana Academy of Science
DRAGoNFLIES oF INDIANA
James R. Curry
317 pp., 255 color illus. hardcover 978-1-883362-11-9 $38.00 Sale Price $33.00

Including one or more images of all 97 known species of dragonflies, over 250 color photos, and numerous line drawings and range maps, this guide to the dragonflies of mid-continental North America will be a useful companion throughout the region.

THE SUNFLoWER FAMILY IN THE UPPER MIDWEST
A Photographic Guide to the Asteraceae in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin Thomas M. Antonio and Susanne Masi In collaboration with Chicago Botanic Garden
440 pp., 544 color illus. hardcover 978-1-883362-12-6 $50.00 Sale Price $40.00

This beautiful book features 544 photos as well as range maps for each of the 150 treated species. The maps cover the six states of the upper Midwest with species arranged alphabetically by flower color and floret type.

oRCHIDS oF INDIANA
Michael A. Homoya
302 pp., 92 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-32864-9 $48.00 Sale Price $40.00

All 43 of the orchids now growing in Indiana are represented in this handsome volume of detailed descriptions, range maps, and color photographs, appealing to naturalists and orchid lovers everywhere.

AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES oF INDIANA
Sherman A. Minton, Jr.
422 pp., 169 color illus. hardcover 978-1-883362-10-2 $45.00 Sale Price $40.00

This extensively revised second edition is one of the best state treatments for herps, by one of the foremost authorities. The shaded range maps make it a useful reference for eastern North America.

SEDGES oF INDIANA AND THE ADJACENT STATES
The Non-Carex Species Paul E. Rothrock
288 pp., 228 color illus. hardcover 978-1-883362-14-0 $49.00 Sale Price $40.00

This attractive publication is as relevant to gardeners as it is to natural areas biologists and plant taxonomists.

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Midwest History
SEARCHING FoR HoPE
Life at a Failing School in the Heart of America Matthew Tully
280 pp., 13 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-00593-9 $28.00 Sale Price $17.00 ebook 978-0-253-00597-7 $24.99 Sale Price $16.49
Podcast

An award-winning journalist tells the complex story of the everyday drama, failures, and triumphs in one of the nation’s many troubled urban public high schools whose graduation rate sits at 39%.

Life at a faiLing SchooL in the heart of america

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SHoWERS BRoTHERS FURNITURE CoMPANY
The Shared Fortunes of a Family, a City, and a University Carrol Krause
312 pp., 75 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-00203-7 $25.00 Sale Price $15.00 ebook 978-0-253-00224-2 $22.99 Sale Price $13.49

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The Shared Fortunes of a Family, a City, and a University

Brothers F u r n i t u r e C o m pa n y
Podcast

When the Showers family arrived in Bloomington to start a furniture company, the railroad had only recently come to town and a modest university was struggling to survive. This engaging history tells the story of a remarkably successful collaboration between business, town, and gown.

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BLooMINGToN PAST AND PRESENT

Will Counts, James H. Madison, Scott Russell Sanders
136 pp., 56 b&w photos, 34 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-34056-6 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00

The works of world-class photographer Will Counts, prize-winning writer Scott Sanders, and renowned historian Jim Madison comprise this “Gift to the City,” a gift not only for today’s residents, but for the legions of ex-residents worldwide who love this unique—and mythical—plot of ground.

AN AMERICAN HoMEToWN
Terre Haute, Indiana, 1927 Tom Roznowski Foreword by Scott Russell Sanders
288 pp., 82 b&w photos paperback 978-0-253-22129-2 $24.95 Sale Price $13.00

Evoking memories of life in the 1920s small town of Terre Haute, Indiana, artfully drawn biographical sketches and histories bring light to our deep roots as noted musician, historian, and storyteller Tom Roznowski explores American traditions.

THE HISToRIC FoRT WAYNE EMBASSY THEATRE
Dyne L. Pfeffenberger
120 pp., 48 color illus., 46 halftones hardcover 978-0-253-31369-0 $24.95 Sale Price $12.00

Generously illustrated with color photos of the restoration, this book recounts the rescue of a rare historic landmark, famous for “Miss Page,” its pipe organ of more than 1,000 pipes, which local activists saved from demolition much to the delight of patrons.

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Midwest History
THIS PLACE WE CALL HoME
A History of Clark County, Indiana Carl E. Kramer Foreword by James H. Madison
664 pp., 241 b&w photos, 17 maps hardcover 978-0-253-34850-0 $35.00 Sale Price $18.00

“Carl E. Kramer provides readers with a model county history. . . . He brings together in one person and one volume the outsider and the insider, the historian who objectively and carefully studies the past using the best sources available and the writer who knows and loves his home community.” —from the foreword by James H. Madison

SHIPSHEWANA
An Indiana Amish Community Dorothy o. Pratt
224 pp., 10 b&w photos, 1 figure hardcover 978-0-253-34518-9 $29.95 Sale Price $15.00

While most books about the Amish focus on the Pennsylvania settlements or on the religious history of the sect, Shipshewana is a cultural history of one Indiana Amish community and its success in resisting assimilation into the larger culture.

AN AMISH PATCHWoRK
Indiana’s Old Orders in the Modern World Thomas J. Meyers and Steven M. Nolt
208 pp., 45 b&w photos, 2 maps paperback 978-0-253-21755-4 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00

Indiana is home to the world’s third-largest Amish population and its communities show a surprising diversity despite all that unites them as a distinct culture. The authors present an overview of the beliefs and values of the Amish, their migration history, and the differences between the state’s two major Amish ethnic groups. They situate the Amish in their Indiana context, noting an involvement with the state’s industrial economy that may surprise some.

ALWAYS A RIVER
The Ohio River and the American Experience Second Edition Edited by Robert L. Reid
288 pp., 23 b&w illus., 1 map paperback 978-0-253-22257-2 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00

This celebration of the ever-changing Ohio River flows through the settlement period of the river, its economic importance, the different phases of engineering over a long period of time, and the river as an eco-political system.

FRoNTIER INDIANA
Andrew R. L. Cayton
360 pp., 13 b&w photos, 5 maps paperback 978-0-253-21217-7 $22.95 Sale Price $10.00

An original new look at the frontier period in Indiana history, based on the lives and experiences of representative individuals and families.

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THE WISCoNSIN FRoNTIER
Mark Wyman
360 pp., 22 b&w illus., 8 maps paperback 978-0-253-22332-6 $21.95 Sale Price $12.00

This captivating history of the Wisconsin frontier era reveals the conflicts, the defeats, the victories, and the way the future looked to Wisconsin’s peoples at the beginning of the 20th century.

KENTUCKE’S FRoNTIERS
Craig Thompson Friend
400 pp., 13 b&w illus., 7 maps hardcover 978-0-253-35519-5 $34.95 Sale Price $17.00

This engaging history examines the political, military, religious, and public memory narratives of early Kentucky, explaining how frontier terror framed heroism, undermining the egalitarian promise of Kentucke and transforming a transAppalachian region into an Old South state.

TENNESSEE FRoNTIERS
Three Regions in Transition John R. Finger
408 pp., 18 b&w photos, 15 maps hardcover 978-0-253-33985-0 $24.95 Sale Price $13.00

This important new history chronicles the formation of Tennessee from indigenous settlers to the end of the frontier in 1840, signaled by the removal of the Cherokee along the “trail of tears.”

FRoNTIER ILLINoIS
James E. Davis
544 pp., 13 b&w photos, 5 maps paperback 978-0-253-21406-5 $22.95 Sale Price $11.00

“Extensively researched, and with excellent endnotes, Frontier Illinois is an important study. A lively account of how the frontier gave shape to the later state, it questions traditional stereotypes of the West and offers a new outlook as to the real nature of the Illinois frontier.” —Journal of the Early Republic

THE oHIo FRoNTIER
Crucible of the Old Northwest, 1720–1830 R. Douglas Hurt
440 pp., 23 b&w photos paperback 978-0-253-21212-2 $24.00 Sale Price $12.00

First settled about 1720 by migrating Native Americans and later by white Americans, Ohio became the crucible for Indian and military policy throughout the region. Nowhere on the American frontier was the clash of cultures more violent than in the Ohio country.

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Midwest History
AL CAPoNE AND HIS AMERICAN BoYS
Memoirs of a Mobster’s Wife William J. Helmer With Georgette Winkeler’s one-of-a-kind record of her life with the Chicago mob
400 pp., 70 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35606-2 $29.95 Sale Price $16.00 ebook 978-0-253-00168-9 $17.99 Sale Price $13.49

A compelling set of memoirs describing life on the run by a woman who found herself married to the mob. Discovered in FBI files 60 years after her husband’s murder, they chronicle the heyday of Chicago crime.

DILLINGER
The Untold Story Anniversary Edition G. Russell Girardin with William J. Helmer
432 pp., 56 b&w photos paperback 978-0-253-22110-0 $25.00 Sale Price $13.00

This captivating account of a dangerous criminal, idolized by many as a present-day Robin Hood, remains a rich and authentic slice of American history for true crime buffs.

WRECK oF THE CARL D.
A True Story of Loss, Survival, and Rescue at Sea Michael Schumacher
264 pp., 30 b&w illus., 1 map paperback 978-0-253-22258-9 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00

In 1958, a 623-foot limestone carrier—caught in one of the most violent storms in Lake Michigan history—broke in two and sank in less than five minutes. This reconstruction of the terrible accident, perilous search, and chilling aftermath will captivate audiences.

STEEL GIANTS
Historic Images from the Calumet Regional Archives Stephen G. McShane and Gary S. Wilk
304 pp., 278 b&w photos, 32 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-35299-6 $39.95 Sale Price $22.00

Dramatic photographs of the beginning of a worldclass steel industry and the ethnically diverse characters and region surrounding it.

GARY, THE MoST AMERICAN oF ALL AMERICAN CITIES
S. Paul o’Hara
208 pp. paperback 978-0-253-22288-6 $19.95 Sale Price $11.00

A riveting account of the boom or bust mentality of industrialism through the stark reversal of fortune of Gary, Indiana, from “the magic city” and “steel’s greatest achievement” to “the very model of urban decay.”

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Military History
WARFARE IN WooDS AND FoRESTS
Anthony Clayton Foreword by General Charles Guthrie
168 pp., 12 b&w illus., 13 maps hardcover 978-0-253-35688-8 $29.95 Sale Price $18.00 ebook 978-0-253-00553-3 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49

Warfare in Woods and

forests QQQ Anthony ClAyton

This fascinating book explores major events and themes in woods and forest warfare–a chaotic mix of dread, determination, and death–from Roman battles in the first century ce to modern-day fighting in Chechnya.

THE PATTERNS oF WAR SINCE THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Second Edition Larry H. Addington
384 pp. paperback 978-0-253-20860-6 $24.00 Sale Price $15.00 ebook 978-0-253-11109-8 $15.99 Sale Price $11.49

“This important work . . . synthesizes the evolution of warfare from 1775 to the present.” —Military Review “A superior synthesis. Well written, nicely organized, remarkably comprehensive, and laced with facts.” —Military Affairs

NATIoNALIST IN THE VIET NAM WARS
Memoirs of a Victim Turned Soldier Nguyễn Công Luận
616 pp., 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-35687-1 $39.95 Sale Price $24.00 ebook 978-0-253-00548-9 $33.99 Sale Price $23.49

This compelling memoir tells the story of one man’s experience during the Viet Nam wars, from his childhood near Ha Noi in the 1940s, to harrowing accounts of fighting for the Republic as he exchanges a life of victimhood for one of a soldier. This honest and impassioned account is filled with the everyday heroism of the common people coping with the destruction of war.

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THE AGE oF BATTLES
The Quest for Decisive Warfare from Breitenfeld to Waterloo Russell F. Weigley
608 pp. paperback 978-0-253-21707-3 $28.00 Sale Price $19.00

“What Russell F. Weigley writes, the rest of us read. The Age of Battles is a persuasive reminder that even in the age of ‘rational’ warfare, one can honestly wonder why war seemed an unavoidable policy choice.” —Journal of American History

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Military History
TIRPITz AND THE IMPERIAL GERMAN NAVY
Patrick J. Kelly

and the Imperial German Navy

Tirpitz
Patrick J. Kelly

608 pp., 26 b&w illus., 4 maps hardcover 978-0-253-35593-5 $45.00 Sale Price $28.00 ebook 978-0-253-00175-7 $38.99 Sale Price $29.49

This study of the principal force behind the rise of the German Imperial Navy examines one Grand Admiral’s great power and influence during a crucial period before WWI.

THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR AND THE oRIGINS oF MoDERN WARFARE
Ideas, Organization, and Field Command Edward Hagerman
384 pp. paperback 978-0-253-20715-9 $26.00 Sale Price $13.00

“This book is filled with enlightening information. . . . ought to be a standard for many years to come and should be required reading for any serious Civil War military historian.” —Journal of Southern History

DEFEATING LEE
A History of the Second Corps, Army of the Potomac Lawrence A. Kreiser, Jr.
416 pp., 19 b&w illus., 1 map paperback 978-0-253-00617-2 $22.00 Sale Price $14.00 ebook 978-0-253-00170-2 $18.99 Sale Price $13.49

This absorbing history of the Second Corps follows not only the unit’s rise to prominence, but the heart of what motivated these men, why they fought so hard, and how they sustained a spirited defense of cause and country long after the guns had fallen silent.

MCCLELLAN’S WAR
The Failure of Moderation in the Struggle for the Union Ethan S. Rafuse
544 pp., 17 b&w illus., 11 maps paperback 978-0-253-00611-0 $29.00 Sale Price $19.00 ebook 978-0-253-00614-1 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49

Shedding light on McClellan’s prewar life and his conduct on the battlefields, this comprehensive history follows United States politics and culture in the years leading up to the Civil War.

ExTRAoRDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES
The Seven Days Battles Brian K. Burton
544 pp., 28 maps paperback 978-0-253-22277-0 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00 ebook 978-0-253-10844-9 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49

A detailed and engaging retelling of the Seven Days Battles, a campaign that lifted Southern spirits, began Lee’s ascent to fame, and almost prompted European recognition of the Confederacy.

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FIGHTING FoR AMERICA
The Struggle for Mastery in North America, 1519-1871 Jeremy Black
496 pp. hardcover 978-0-253-35660-4 $39.95 Sale Price $25.00 ebook 978-0-253-00561-8 $33.99 Sale Price $23.49

This wide-ranging narrative of conflict, diplomacy, geopolitics, and politics traces the competition for control of North America from the years of Cortés to the 19th century.

AMERICAN CoNFLUENCE
The Missouri Frontier from Borderland to Border State Stephen Aron
328 pp., 14 b&w illus., 6 maps paperback 978-0-253-20011-2 $21.95 Sale Price $14.00

American Confluence
The Missouri Frontier from Borderland to Border State
Stephen Aron

In the heart of North America, the Missouri, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers come together, uniting waters from west, north, and east on a journey to the south. This innovative book examines the history of that region and focuses on its transition from a place of overlapping borderlands to one of oppositional border states.

A YoUNG DUTCHMAN VIEWS PoST–CIVIL WAR AMERICA
Diary of Claude August Crommelin Claude August Crommelin
208 pp., 13 b&w illus., 2 maps hardcover 978-0-253-35609-3 $29.95 Sale Price $17.00 ebook 978-0-253-00090-3 $24.95 Sale Price $15.49

Diary of Claude August Crommelin

A Young Dutchman Views Post–Civil War America

Claude August Crommelin
Translated by Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr. Edited with an introduction by Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr., and H. Roger Grant

Not long after the end of the American Civil War, a wealthy young Dutchman embarked on a tour of the young country, observing what the less fortunate might not have noticed. His meticulously kept journal provides an illuminating outsider’s account of the US at a pivotal point in its history.

FDR, DEWEY, AND THE ELECTIoN oF 1944
David M. Jordan
408 pp., 24 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-00970-8 $22.00 Sale Price: $15.00 ebook 978-0-253-00562-5 $18.99 Sale Price $14.49

With insider tales of party politics and the campaign for votes in the shadow of war and an uncertain future, this engrossing account highlights a fascinating chapter in American political history.

RoBERT F. KENNEDY AND THE 1968 INDIANA PRIMARY
Ray E. Boomhower
192 pp., 30 b&w photos hardcover 978-0-253-35089-3 $21.95 Sale Price $11.00 ebook 978-0-253-00775-9 $17.99 Sale Price $10.49

“Well-written and handsomely packaged in the style of Kennedy’s campaign flyers, Robert F. Kennedy and the 1968 Indiana Primary will likely stand as the definitive historical account of that contest. . .” —Register of the Kentucky Historical Society

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TRUMAN AND MACARTHUR
Policy, Politics, and the Hunger for Honor and Renown Michael D. Pearlman
376 pp., 14 b&w photos, 2 maps hardcover 978-0-253-35066-4 $29.95 Sale Price $17.00

“[T]he book is among the best civil military histories to come out in the last 10 years . . . . It deserves a wide, adult readership and has my highest recommendation for military and cilvilian professionals of all stripes.” —Military Review

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"Essential reading for everyone implicated by race in America – and that means everyone." – Deepak Bhargava, Center for Community Change

RACING To JUSTICE
Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society john a. powell Foreword by David R. Roediger
336 pp. hardcover 978-0-253-00629-5 $32.00 Sale Price $23.00 ebook 978-0-253-00735-3 $27.99 Sale Price $20.49

racing to justice
Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society

john a. powell
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Culled from a decade of writing about social justice and spirituality, these meditations on race, identity, and social policy challenge us to replace attitudes and institutions that promote and perpetuate social suffering with those that foster relationships and a way of being that transcends disconnection and separation.

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NATIoN oF CoWARDS
Black Activism in Barack Obama’s Post-Racial America David H. Ikard and Martell Lee Teasley
176 pp. hardcover 978-0-253-00628-8 $25.00 Sale Price $17.00 ebook 978-0-253-00701-8 $20.99 Sale Price $15.49

NatioN of Cowards
Black Activism in Barack Obama’s Post-Racial America
DaviD H . ikarD anD Martell lee teasley

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In a speech from which Nation of Cowards derives its title, Attorney General Eric Holder argued forcefully that Americans need to talk more about racism. The authors maintain that such a conversation can take place only with passionate and organized pressure from black Americans, and that neither Obama nor any political figure is likely to be in the forefront of addressing issues of racial inequality and injustice.

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CREATURES oF PoLITICS
Media, Message, and the American Presidency Michael Lempert and Michael Silverstein
284 pp., 24 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-00752-0 $25.00 Sale Price $17.00 ebook 978-0-253-00756-8 $21.99 Sale Price $15.49

Politics
Media, Message, and the aMerican Presidency

Michael Lempert Michael Silverstein
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Style over substance? This book explores political communication—debates, ads, interviews, speeches, and talk shows—in American presidential politics, focusing on “message”—not simply an individual’s positions on the issues, but the craft used to fashion the candidate-creature the public sees.

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DEFENDING THE FILIBUSTER
The Soul of the Senate Richard A. Arenberg and Robert B. Dove Foreword by Senator Mark Udall and Senator Ted Kaufman
288 pp. hardcover 978-0-253-00191-7 $35.00 Sale Price $23.00 ebook 978-0-253-00698-1 $29.99 Sale Price $21.49

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THE MoST FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT
Contrasting Perspectives on the Voting Rights Act Edited by Daniel McCool
418 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00194-8 $35.00 Sale Price $23.00 ebook 978-0-253-00710-0 $28.99 Sale Price $20.49

The Most Fundamental Right
asting Contr tives ec Persp Voting on the Act Rights

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Passed in 1965 during the height of the Civil Rights movement, the Voting Rights Act (VRA) changed the face of the American electorate, dramatically increasing minority voting, especially in the South. The Most Fundamental Right is an effort to understand the debate over the Act and its role in contemporary American democracy.

Edited by Daniel McCool

HoW CoNGRESS WoRKS AND WHY YoU SHoULD CARE
Lee H. Hamilton
168 pp. paperback 978-0-253-21695-3 $16.00 Sale Price $10.00 ebook 978-0-253-11095-4 $11.99 Sale Price $8.49

An inside look at the way Congress works and how it impacts the lives of all Americans, by an eminent former congressman. Part criticism and part vigorous defense of the legislative branch, the book is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the inner workings of Congress, and how all citizens can participate in its unique mission.

HUMAN RIGHTS AT THE UN
The Political History of Universal Justice Roger Normand and Sarah zaidi Foreword by Richard A. Falk
528 pp. paperback 978-0-253-21934-3 $35.00 Sale Price $22.00

A broad political history of the emergence and development of the human rights movement in the twentieth century, focusing on the hopes and expectations, power struggles, national rivalries, and bureaucratic politics that molded the international system of human rights law.

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COLOR AND FORM

The Arts
CoLoR AND FoRM
The Geometric Sculptures of Morton C. Bradley, Jr. Lynn Gamwell
160 pp., 135 color illus., 12 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-00610-3 $30.00 Sale Price $20.00

The Geometric Sculptures of M O R T O N C . B R A D L E Y , J R .

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A lavishly illustrated publication of Morton C. Bradley Jr.’s colorful geometric sculptures, many of which are displayed on the Indiana University campus, in a timeless integration of pure color and form.

PAINTING INDIANA
Portraits of Indiana’s 92 Counties Indiana Plein Air Painters Association, Inc.
216 pp., 97 color photos paperback 978-0-253-21790-5 $35.00 Sale Price $24.00

PAINTING INDIANA II
The Changing Face of Agriculture Indiana Plein Air Painters Association, Inc.
240 pp., 122 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-34819-7 $39.95 Sale Price $28.00

Through more than 100 works of art, this magnificent volume tells the story of the transformation of Indiana agriculture—from family farm to global industry—the forces that brought it about, and the impact it has had on the people, the culture, and the economy of the state.

THE ARTISTS oF BRoWN CoUNTY
Lyn Letsinger-Miller Introduction by Rachel Berenson Perry
264 pp., 33 b&w photos, 82 plates hardcover 978-0-253-33354-4 $49.95 Sale Price $25.00

“ . . . the book that will surely become the standard work on the colony . . . Meticulously researched, carefully written, and finely illustrated . . . ” —Arts Indiana “The book is an immensely readable chronicle of the artists’ lives and, through them, the temper of their times.” — Indianapolis Star

CLAY TIMES THREE
The Tale of Three Nashville, Indiana, Potteries Kathy M. McKimmie
108 pp., 140 color photos, 42 b&w photos hardcover 978-0-253-35589-8 $29.95 Sale Price $19.95

Lavishly illustrated with photographs of individual pieces, this book showcases the talented local artists of Brown County, Indiana, presenting their work from the Great Depression to the 1980s. Pottery collectors everywhere will relish this delightful volume.

MASTERWoRKS FRoM THE INDIANA UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM

Adelheid M. Gealt, Diane M. Pelrine, Adriana Calinescu, Judith A. Stubbs, and Jennifer A. McComas
384 pp., 180 color photos paperback 978-0-253-21956-5 $39.95 Sale Price $25.00

Richly illustrated with more than 160 full-color plates, this book presents a selection of the finest works from one of the best university art museums in the world. Included are examples from the full range of world cultures collected by the museum: Africa, the Ancient Western World, Asia, Ancient America, the South Pacific, and Western Art before and after 1800.

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MR. TUBA
Harvey Phillips Foreword by David N. Baker
496 pp., 16 color photos, 51 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-00724-7 $32.00 Sale Price $21.00 ebook 978-0-253-00731-5 $27.99 Sale Price $19.49

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With warmth and humor, tuba virtuoso Harvey Phillips tells his amazing life story from his Missouri childhood, through his days as a performer with circuses, his training at the Juilliard School, a stint with the US Army Field Band, and his freelance days with the New York City Opera and Ballet. Enhanced by an extensive gallery of photographs, Mr. Tuba conveys Phillips’s playful zest for life while documenting his important musical legacy.

KEYSToNE KoRNER
Portrait of a Jazz Club Photographs and Interviews by Kathy Sloane Edited by Sascha Feinstein and Kathy Sloane
264 pp., 109 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-35691-8 $40.00 Sale Price $32.00

Kathy Sloane chronicles the history of one of the most important jazz clubs of the 1970s, its rise to fame, and its legendary mark on the San Francisco music community. More than 100 black-and-white photographs, a collage of oral histories, and a marvelous CD of recordings from the club chronicle the Keystone experience.

MILES DAVIS, Miles sMiles, AND THE INVENTIoN oF PoST BoP
Jeremy Yudkin
184 pp., 2 b&w illus., 23 music exx. paperback 978-0-253-21952-7 $19.95 Sale Price $10.00

A major force in post-war American jazz, Miles Davis was a pioneer of cool jazz, hard bop, and modal jazz in a variety of small group formats. The formation in the mid-1960s of the Second Quintet with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams was vital to the invention of the new post bop style. Jeremy Yudkin traces Davis’s life and work during a period when the trumpeter was struggling with personal and musical challenges only to emerge once again as the artistic leader of his generation.

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DAVID BAKER
A Legacy in Music Monika Herzig Foreword by Quincy Jones
448 pp., 45 b&w illus., 44 music exx. hardcover 978-0-253-35657-4 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00 ebook 978-0-253-00524-3 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49

Featuring enlightening interviews with Baker, this richly illustrated book brings the 60-year career of a jazz musician, composer, educator, and legend into clear view.

BEETHoVEN IN AMERICA
Michael Broyles
432 pp., 61 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35704-5 $29.95 Sale Price $20.00

A pop-cultural tour of Beethoven on American soil and in the American imagination through movie scores, TV soundtracks, commercials, pop songs, and even coffee mugs.
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oPERA FoR ALL SEASoNS
60 Years of Indiana University Opera Theater Marianne Williams Tobias George Calder, Nancy J. Guyer, C. David Higgins, and Charles H. Webb, contributing editors
496 pp., 154 color illus., 160 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35340-5 $39.95 Sale Price $23.00

From reconfigured army barracks to a stage rivaling that of the Met, the IU Opera Theater has grown into a world-class training ground for opera’s next generation. Celebrating more than six decades of opera at its finest, this lavishly illustrated history captures the excitement, hard work, talent, and pride that distinguish each performance and make the theater what it is today.

THE WoRLD oF MUSIC ACCoRDING To STARKER
Janos Starker
352 pp., 40 b&w photos, 12 figures hardcover 978-0-253-34452-6 $29.95 Sale Price $19.00

A colorful autobiography of one of the world’s great cellists. More than the consummate musician, however, Starker is also a raconteur and writer, occasionally quirky and droll, always witty and with a pointed opinion to share. Includes a bonus CD recording of Starker’s last public recital, which features his only recording of the Strauss Sonata in F, Opus 6.

RUSH, RoCK MUSIC, AND THE MIDDLE CLASS
Dreaming in Middletown Chris McDonald
272 pp. paperback 978-0-253-22149-0 $22.95 Sale Price $13.00 ebook 978-0-253-00404-8 $18.99 Sale Price $11.49

“A well-researched, provocative glimpse into one of the most popular, yet often overlooked bands in the history of rock.” —Theo Cateforis, editor of The Rock History Reader

JoHNNY CASH AND THE PARADox oF AMERICAN IDENTITY
Leigh H. Edwards
256 pp. paperback 978-0-253-22061-5 $22.00 Sale Price $13.00 ebook 978-0-253-00317-1 $16.95 Sale Price $11.49

Depicted as a social protestor and establishment patriot, a drugged wildman and devout Christian crusader, a rebel outlaw hillbilly thug and elder statesman, Johnny Cash was truly a walking contradiction. Through autobiographies, lyrics, music, liner notes, and interviews, along with public depictions, Edwards creates a complete, albeit fragmented, portrait of the Grammy-Award winning songwriter.

THE VELVET UNDERGRoUND
Richard Witts
162 pp. paperback 978-0-253-21832-2 $22.95 Sale Price $13.00

An absorbing journey into the world of The Velvet Underground—not just the “ultimate New York band” but one of the most influential rock groups ever.

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Biography & Memoir
HERMAN B WELLS
The Promise of the American University James H. Capshew
488 pp., 44 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35720-5 $35.00 Sale Price $23.00 ebook 978-0-253-00569-4 $30.99 Sale Price $21.49

Herman B Wells
The promise of the american University

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An energetic, shrewd, and charming man, Herman B Wells was the driving force behind the transformation of Indiana University. This biography shows how one man’s sense of leadership helped IU grow in size and stature, establishing strong connections to the state, the nation, and the world.

James H. CapsHew

BEING LUCKY
Reminiscences and Reflections Herman B Wells
544 pp., 49 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-00613-4 $25.00 Sale Price $16.00 ebook 978-0-253-00616-5 $21.99 Sale Price $13.49

Being Lucky
Reminiscences and Reflections

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Herman B Wells recalls his formative boyhood years in a small Indiana town, gives his views on how to run a university, and describes some of his national and international service. The profoundly serious is mixed with the lighthearted in the reflections of this astute visionary.

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RICHARD G. LUGAR, STATESMAN oF THE SENATE
Crafting Foreign Policy from Capitol Hill John T. Shaw
280 pp. hardcover 978-0-253-00193-1 $28.00 Sale Price $19.00 ebook 978-0-253-00711-7 $24.99 Sale Price $17.49

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In this balanced and objective profile, John T. Shaw chronicles Senator Lugar’s work on nuclear proliferation, arms control, energy, and global food issues, highlighting the senator’s ability to influence American foreign policy in consequential ways and demonstrating the importance of statesmanship in contemporary American political life while acknowledging the limitations of this approach to governance.

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The American Odyssey of Roy Dominguez

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Rogelio “Roy” Dominguez as told to James B. Lane Foreword by Evan Bayh

VALoR
The American Odyssey of Roy Dominguez Rogelio “Roy” Dominguez as told to James B. Lane Foreword by Evan Bayh
288 pp., 42 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-00232-7 $38.00 Sale Price $23.00 ebook 978-0-253-00595-3 $32.99 Sale Price $20.49

The son of Hispanic immigrants, Roy Dominguez grew up in gang-plagued Gary, Indiana. This inspiring story of a man stricken with Guillain-Barré syndrome, and his growth into an attorney and officeholder, shows him emerging with wisdom, perspective, and grit.

THE BILL CooK SToRY
Ready, Fire, Aim! Bob Hammel
432 pp., 75 b&w photos, 25 color photos hardcover 978-0-253-35254-5 $29.95 Sale Price $18.00

The biography of a visionary Indiana billionaire who saved lives and landmarks.
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Life and Literature in the Left Lane Gerald Sorin
528 pp., 16 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-00727-8 $40.00 Sale Price $30.00 ebook 978-0-253-00732-2 $34.99 Sale Price: $27.49

Life and Literature in the Left Lane
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From a rough-and-tumble Jewish New York street kid to the rich and famous author of close to 100 books, this biography illuminates the connections among Fast’s Jewishness, his writings, and his leftwing politics, and explains Fast’s attraction to the Communist Party.

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confessions of a guilty freelancer

CoNFESSIoNS oF A GUILTY FREELANCER
William o’Rourke
384 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00181-8 $29.00 Sale Price $19.00 ebook 978-0-253-00185-6 $24.99 Sale Price $16.49

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William O’Rourke’s singular view of American life over the past 40 years shines forth in these short essays on subjects personal, political, and literary. His reviews illuminate both the books themselves and the times in which we live, and his personal reflections engage even the most fearful events with a special humor and gentle sadness.

THE GLIMPSE TRAVELER
Marianne Boruch

the glimpse traveler

240 pp. paperback 978-0-253-22344-9 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00 ebook 978-0-253-00555-7 $16.99 Sale Price $10.49

In this true story set in 1971, a young Midwestern woman hitchhikes on a cross-country journey to California that begins on a whim and quickly becomes a mission to unravel a tragic mystery.

CRoW KILLER
Marianne Boruch

The Saga of Liver-Eating Johnson Ramond W. Thorp and Robert Bunker
192 pp. paperback 978-0-253-20312-0 $15.00 Sale Price $10.00

The true story (on which the film Jeremiah Johnson was partially based) of John Johnson, who in 1847 found his wife and her unborn child had been killed by Crow braves. Out of this tragedy came one of the most gripping feuds—one man against a whole tribe— in American history.

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Pages from a Farmwife’s Journal Rachel Peden Foreword by Scott Russell Sanders
264 pp., 12 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-22342-5 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00

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A farmwife of 45 years looks at life—domestic and wild, human and critter—through the eyes of someone who witnesses nine seasons of the year rather than four. Her observations and naturalistic philosophy reveal the simple and profound pleasures in life.

RACHEL PEDEN
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RURAL FREE
A Farmwife’s Almanac of Country Living Rachel Peden Drawings by Sidonie Coryn
400 pp., 12 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-22161-2 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00

As the slow-food movement gathers support and more urban dwellers return to the land to replant roots in honest soil, this narrative of the joys of family life on an Indiana farm is a source of inspiration for all who rejoice in rural virtues and the spiritual freedom of country life.

THE LAND, THE PEoPLE
Rachel Peden Drawings by Sidonie Coryn
368 pp., 13 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-22229-9 $19.95 Sale Price $12.00

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Lovingly recreating the story of a family living with the land, Peden breathes life into an abandoned farmhouse where children, long-since grown, once played in the dooryard.

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JAMES WHITCoMB RILEY
A Life Elizabeth J. Van Allen
368 pp., 56 b&w photos, 2 figures hardcover 978-0-253-33591-3 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00

Few literary figures have achieved the fame of James Whitcomb Riley, the most popular poet in America at the end of the 19th century—the height of his career. In this first serious modern biography of Riley, Van Allen sifts facts from fiction to paint the truest portrait of this controversial poet.

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Fiction & Poetry
PARIS 1928
Nexus II Henry Miller With an introduction by Tom Thompson
176 pp., 2 color plates, 85 b&w drawings paperback 978-0-253-00831-2 $25.00 Sale Price $18.00

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Told in true Miller fashion, this memoir captures his troubled relationship with his second wife, his reflections on what he left behind in New York’s sweltering summer of 1927, and the anticipation of all that awaits him in Europe, presenting his views on Europe on the brink of great changes, counterpointed by his own personal sexual revelry and freedom of choice.

AN AMERICAN TUNE
A Novel Barbara Shoup
328 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00742-1 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00 ebook 978-0-253-00754-4 $16.99 Sale Price $11.49
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This achingly poignant tale moves back and forth in time, telling the story of Jane, a girl from a workingclass family who fled town after she was complicit in a deadly bombing, and Nora, the woman she became, a wife and mother living a quiet, peaceful life.

REPLY ALL
Stories Robin Hemley
218 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00180-1 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00 ebook 978-0-253-00186-3 $17.99 Sale Price $12.49

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This collection of award-winning and widely anthologized short stories by Robin Hemley takes a humorous, edgy, and frank look at the human art of deception and self-deception.

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T he Last Studebaker
A Novel

THE LAST STUDEBAKER
A Novel Robin Hemley
258 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00012-5 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00 ebook 978-0-253-00079-8 $16.99 Sale Price $11.49

Thirty years after the manufacture of the last Studebaker car in 1963, a broken family attempts to recreate the life they lost in this warmly comic tale of lives changed forever.
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THE SWAN

the swan

A Novel JIm Cohee
136 pp. paperback 978-0-253-22343-2 $14.95 Sale Price $9.00 ebook 978-0-253-00539-7 $11.99 Sale Price $7.49

a novel
Podcast

Jim Cohee

Set in 1957, this fictional memoir details a young boy’s journey through personal tragedy as he copes with life’s challenges by disappearing into his own imagination. The tales he constructs for himself, the real life stories he is witness to, and his mother’s desperate efforts to bring her son back from the brink, all come to a head at an emotional family dinner.

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WHAT THIS RIVER KEEPS
A Novel Greg Schwipps
350 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00236-5 $22.00 Sale Price $15.00 ebook 978-0-253-00713-1 $17.99 Sale Price $12.49

In the rolling hills of southern Indiana, an elderly couple copes with the fear of losing their river bottom farm—the only home they’ve ever known. This beautiful and heartfelt novel reflects upon what it means to love a place and a family, and the sometimes staggering cost of that love.

River
GREG SCHWIPPS

what This keeps
A NOV EL

NEW!
THE PAST AHEAD
A Novel Gilbert Gatore Translated by Marjolijn de Jager
138 pp. paperback 978-0-253-00666-0 $19.00 Sale Price $13.00 ebook 978-0-253-00950-0 $15.99 Sale Price $11.49

The story of the destinies of two people after their experiences of genocide in Rwanda, this stunning and powerfully written novel lays bare the unfathomable human cost of this international tragedy.

THE PAST AHEADL A NOVE
GILBERT GATORE
T R A N S L AT E D B Y

MARJOLIJN

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SoNGS IN SEPIA AND BLACK AND WHITE
Norbert Krapf Photographs by Richard Fields
234 pp., 58 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-00632-5 $24.00 Sale Price $15.00 ebook 978-0-253-00636-3 $20.99 Sale Price $17.49

Songs in Sepia and Black & White
Norbert Krapf

NEW!

Photographs by Richard Fields

A collaboration born of a shared love of music, photography, poetry, and Indiana, Fields’s photos are evocative imaginings of Norbert Krapf’s poems, which pay tribute to poets from Homer and Virgil to Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, and Wendell Berry, and to singer-songwriters such as Woody Guthrie, John Lennon, and Bob Dylan.

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THE BEST oF JAMES WHITCoMB RILEY
Edited by Donald C. Manlove
224 pp., paperback 978-0-253-20299-4 $12.95 Sale Price $8.00

The best-loved poems by the “Hoosier Poet” are here collected to read and cherish time and time again. Included are some of Riley’s most durable and endearing works—poems about nature, home, and country as well as the dialect poems for which Riley is famous.

RILEY CHILD-RHYMES WITH HooSIER PICTURES
James Whitcomb Riley
192 pp., 150 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35569-0 $17.95 Sale Price $12.00

A must-have for Riley enthusiasts everywhere, this charming book includes 39 of James Whitcomb Riley’s signature poems, such as “Old Aunt Mary’s,” “Little Orphant Annie,” and “The Raggedy Man.”
Riley Child-Rhymes
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M E D I A • I M AG I N AT I O N • M E M O R Y

ANNE FRANK

Judaica
ANNE FRANK UNBoUND
Media, Imagination, Memory Edited by Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett and Jeffrey Shandler
448 pp., 15 color & 42 b&w illus. paperback 978-0-253-00739-1 $29.00 Sale Price $18.00 ebook 978-0-253-00755-1 $23.99 Sale Price $16.49

NEW!

EDITED BY

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett AND Jeffrey Shandler

Looking beyond the most familiar victim of the Holocaust at the numerous ways people have engaged her life and writing.

THE END oF THE HoLoCAUST
Alvin H. Rosenfeld
328 pp. hardcover 978-0-253-35643-7 $29.95 Sale Price $20.00 ebook 978-0-253-00092-7 $24.99 Sale Price $18.49

Investigating a wide range of cultural phenomena, such as the distortions of Anne Frank’s story, and the ways in which the Holocaust has been depicted by filmmakers like Steven Spielberg, this provocative work charts the forces that have minimized the Holocaust in popular perceptions.
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LAST FoLIo
Textures of Jewish Life in Slovakia Yuri Dojc and Katya Krausova
128 pp., 39 color illus., 17 b&w illus., 1 map paperback 978-0-253-22377-7 $24.95 Sale Price $20.00

This stunning photographic journey explores the devastating effects of the Holocaust, presenting a stirring tribute to a vanished culture of once-vibrant Jewish communities throughout Slovakia, treating decaying books as survivors, the last witnesses to what had been a thriving culture.

Today I Am a Woman
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ToDAY I AM A WoMAN
Stories of Bat Mitzvah around the World Edited by Barbara Vinick and Shulamit Reinharz
296 pp., 68 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35693-2 $29.95 Sale Price $20.00 ebook 978-0-253-00517-5 $24.99 Sale Price $18.49

StorieS of Bat Mitzvah around the world
edited by

Told from the perspective of Jewish girls past and present as well as their communities, this delightful compilation of bat mitzvah stories is an ideal gift for celebrants, their families, and friends.

Barbara Vinick and Shulamit Reinharz

Prophetic Peace
JudAism, Religion, And Politics

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A PRoPHETIC PEACE
Judaism, Religion, and Politics Alick Isaacs
224 pp. hardcover 978-0-253-35684-0 $27.95 Sale Price $18.00 ebook 978-0-253-00564-9 $22.99 Sale Price $16.49

Rejecting the notion of Jewish theology as partial to war and vengeance, this eloquent and moving work points to the ways in which Judaism can be a path to peace and describes an educational project, Talking Peace, whose aim is to bring individuals of different views together to share varying understandings of peace.

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Railroads
RAILRoADS oF MERIDIAN
J. Parker Lamb With contributions by David H. Bridges and David S. Price
176 pp., 32 color illus., 120 b&w illus., 8 maps hardcover 978-0-253-00592-2 $50.00 Sale Price $35.00 ebook 978-0-253-00596-0 $42.99 Sale Price $30.00

Meridian

Ra i l R oa d s

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This generously illustrated narrative follows the evolution of dozens of railroads in the Meridian, Mississippi, area from the destruction of the town’s rail facilities in the 1850s, through the current era of large-scale consolidation, making the “Meridian Speedway” an important transcontinental junction.

J. Parker Lamb
with contRibutions by

dav i d h . b R i d g e s a n d dav i d s . P R i c e

RAILRoADS AND THE AMERICAN PEoPLE
H. Roger Grant
328 pp., 122 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-00633-2 $40.00 Sale Price $28.00 ebook 978-0-253-00637-0 $ 34.99 Sale Price $24.49

H . Roge R g R a n t

This illustrated social history of American life in the “golden ages” captures the essence of the nation’s railroad experience through trains and travel, train stations, railroads and community life, and the legacy of railroading in America as it has been preserved in word, stone, paint, and memory.

RailRoa d s • and tHe • A m e r ic A n PeoPl e

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oN RAILWAYS FAR AWAY
William D. Middleton
312 pp., 280 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-00591-5 $60.00 Sale Price $42.00 ebook 978-0-253-00594-6 $54.99 Sale Price $38.49
O n R a i lw ay s Fa R a w ay W i l l i a m D. m i D D l e to n

In this lavishly illustrated memoir, an award-winning photographer invites readers to climb aboard and share with him 60 years of railroad tourism around the globe through over 200 of his favorite photographs and the personal stories behind the images.

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THE INDIANA RAIL RoAD CoMPANY
America’s New Regional Railroad Revised and Expanded Edition Christopher Rund, Fred W. Frailey, and Eric Powell
296 pp., 25 color illus., 256 b&w illus., 7 maps hardcover 978-0-253-35695-6 $39.95 Sale Price $27.97
A m e r ic A’ s N e w r e g ioNA l r A i l roA d

Indiana
R a il Roa d Compa n y

t he

The Indiana Rail Road Company is an extraordinary success story among the scores of independent short line and regional railroads spawned in the railroad deregulation. The author presents a historical perspective, as well as a detailed narrative of the business aspects of rehabilitating the rail line and transforming it into a profitable enterprise.

R e v i se d a n d e x pa n de d e di t ion C h r i st oph e r ru n d F r e d W. F r a i le y e r iC p oW e ll

LANDMARKS oN THE IRoN RoAD
Two Centuries of North American Railroad Engineering William D. Middleton
208 pp., 240 b&w photos paperback 978-0-253-22360-9 $34.95 Sale Price $24.47

A remarkable story of the unsurpassable American civil engineers who built the transportation system that civilized and settled America. This lavishly illustrated account marks the uprise of an industrial revolution.

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THE CSx CLINCHFIELD RoUTE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Jerry Taylor and Ray Potea
188 pp., 185 color illus., 6 maps paperback 978-0-253-22358-6 $27.95 Sale Price $19.57

The CSX ClinChfield rouTe in the 21st Century
Jerry Taylor & ray PoTeaT

This easy-to-read book takes readers on a mile-bymile trip through the tunnels and over the bridges of the historic CSX Clinchfield, whose innovative construction in 1915 was ahead of its time.

RAILRoAD NoIR
The American West at the End of the Twentieth Century Narratives by Linda Grant Niemann Photographs by Joel Jensen
168 pp., 23 color illus., 17 b&w illus., 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-35446-4 $39.95 Sale Price $27.97

new ediTion

Tales and images of exhaustion, alcoholism, homelessness, and corporate blundering among those caught in the breakup of the Southern Pacific present a revelatory account of railroading life, creating an honest, gritty, and striking collaboration.
Fred W. Frailey

TwilighT of The greaT Trains

TWILIGHT oF THE GREAT TRAINS
Fred W. Frailey
216 pp., 21 color illus., 126 b&w illus., 41 maps hardcover 978-0-253-35477-8 $49.95 Sale Price $34.97 ebook 978-0-253-00161-0 $41.99 Sale Price $29.39

LittLe trains
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to f araway places

Stimulating and informative, this book offers a behind-the-scenes look at the great rail passenger service trains’ near-extinction and explains how 11 railroad systems withstood or welcomed, fought or embraced the inevitable decline of their passenger services in a pre-Amtrak world.

LITTLE TRAINS To FARAWAY PLACES
Karl zimmermann
224 pp., 125 color illus., 7 b&w illus. hardcover 978-0-253-35447-1 $39.95 Sale Price $27.97

A spirited tribute to the world’s most charismatic railways, Zimmermann chronicles his journeys aboard rare narrow-gauge railways. Weaving together history, travelogue, and over 100 color illustrations, he recreates his adventures on the trains that penetrate the most breathtaking terrain.

MoNoN
The Hoosier Line Revised Second Edition Gary W. Dolzall and Stephen F. Dolzall
216 pp., 278 b&w photos, 27 color photos, 1 map hardcover 978-0-253-34083-2 $49.95 Sale Price $34.97

Monon celebrates the history of this magnificent railroad with an informative text, hundreds of blackand-white illustrations, and a special color insert.

BooMER
Railroad Memoirs Linda Grant Niemann
280 pp. paperback 978-0-253-22283-1 $24.95 Sale Price $17.46

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Combining travelogue, Wild West adventure, sexual memoir, and closely observed ethnography, this classic account of one woman’s self discovery and railroad life treks off the beaten path into the forgotten places along the rail lines.

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THE ALABAMA, BRITISH NEUTRALITY, AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
Frank J. Merli Edited by David M. Fahey
hardcover 978-0-253-34473-1 $29.95 Sale Price $5.00

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CALIFoRNIA SABERS
The 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry in the Civil War James McLean
hardcover 978-0-253-33786-3 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00

GETTYSBURG HERoES
Perfect Soldiers, Hallowed Ground Glenn W. LaFantasie
hardcover 978-0-253-35071-8 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00

FICTIoNS oF U.S. HISToRY
A Theory and Four Illustrations Frances Richardson Keller
hardcover 978-0-253-34076-4 $34.95 Sale Price $5.00

BoB DYLAN
Keith Negus
paperback 978-0-253-22005-9 $19.95 Sale Price $5.00

BUDDY HoLLY
Dave Laing
paperback 978-0-253-22168-1 $19.95 Sale Price $5.00

GoT SHADE?
A “Take It Easy” Approach for Today’s Gardener Carolyn Harstad
paperback 978-0-253-21625-0 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00

Go NATIVE!
Gardening with Native Plants and Wildflowers in the Lower Midwest Carolyn Harstad
paperback 978-0-253-21302-0 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00

GUITAR ToWNS
A Journey to the Crossroads of Rock ’n’ Roll Randy McNutt
hardcover 978-0-253-34058-0 $14.95 Sale Price $5.00

GREETINGS FRoM INDIANA
Vintage Hoosier Postcards Robert Reed
paperback 978-0-253-21651-9 $24.95 Sale Price $5.00

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GooSE PoND: THE SToRY oF A WETLAND & ITS NEIGHBoRS
Telly Award 2012
Set in southwestern Indiana, Goose Pond: The Story Of A Wetland & Its Neighbors chronicles the struggle that resulted in the largest and one of the most successful wetland restorations of its kind in US history, the 8,000-acre Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area.
approx. 57 minutes dVd 852959001597 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001580 $29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/goosepond/

THE FoUR SEASoNS oF GooSE PoND

The Four Seasons of Goose Pond takes viewers on an amazing wildlife adventure through what is quickly becoming one of the most famous restored wetlands for migratory birds in America.
approx. 27 minutes dVd 852959001573 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001566 $29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/goosepond/fourseasons/

INDIANA STATE PARKS: TREASURES IN YoUR oWN BACKYARD

Widely recognized as among the best in the country, Indiana state parks are a great source of Hoosier pride. Anyone who has visited Turkey Run, McCormick’s Creek, Indiana Dunes, or any of the dozens of other state parks can’t help but marvel at their natural wonders. This winner of a national Silver Telly Award celebrates Indiana state parks and introduces viewers to their vibrant beauty and the people who have dedicated their lives to preserving them for future generations.

Telly Award 2010

approx. 57 minutes dVd 852959001207 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001214 $29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/stateparks/

HooSIER HoSPITALITY: CRAFT BEER

SPJ Award 2011-12

Hoosier Hospitality: Craft Beer is an hour-long travelogue and informative television documentary that takes you on an arm-chair journey into the world of craft beer and micro-brewing in Indiana. Viewers will get a unique behind-the-scenes tour of three of the larger breweries in Indiana: Broad Ripple Brewpub, Three Floyds Brewing Company, and Upland Brewing Company. Plus, viewers receive a brief look at the history of beer in Indiana, as well as lessons on basic craft beer ingredients, pairing foods and cooking with craft beer, and how to get started making your own craft beer.
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HooSIER HoSPITALITY: WINE
This hour-long television documentary showcases the people who make up Indiana’s wine industry and how they strive for a high quality product. The program traces the rich history of Indiana wines from the site of America’s first successful commercial winery, through Prohibition and up to the current day. Viewers get a unique behind-the-scenes look at seven wineries in Indiana, plus a look at several other small Indiana wineries. We’ll also visit two of Indiana’s Wine Festivals.
approx. 57 minutes dVd 852959001803 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001603 $29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/hoosierhospitality

MAKE YoUR oWN KIND oF MUSIC: THE INDIANA UNIVERSITY SINGING HooSIERS
Make Your Own Kind of Music is the best kind of concert film—great music performed by America’s most-celebrated show choir, the 100-member Singing Hoosiers. Combining traditional classics by Cole Porter, the Gershwins and Hoagy Carmichael with pop medleys and show tunes, Make Your Own Kind of Music is an entertaining hour of song and dance.
approx. 57 minutes dVd 852959001542 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001559 $29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/singinghoosiers/

WILDERNESS PLoTS: SoNGS AND SToRIES oF THE PRAIRIE

Local songwriters share their collection of songs inspired by Scott Russell Sanders’s collection of stories about settling the American frontier. Wilderness Plots: Songs and Stories of the Prairie features a selection of these songs in performance and readings by Sanders, all complemented by interviews with the artists and views of the southern Indiana scenery. Features Tim Grimm, Carrie Newcomer, Krista Detor, Tom Roznowski, and Michael White.
approx. 57 minutes dVd 852959001122 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/wildernessplots/

WTIU’s Wilderness Plots in Concert is a 90-minute television show featuring five of Indiana’s most beloved singers/songwriters performing their songs inspired by the book Wilderness Plots, by Scott Russell Sanders.
approx. 95 minutes dVd 852959001368 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001351$29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/wildernessplots/

WILDERNESS PLoTS IN CoNCERT

Cine
Golden Eagle

2012

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SAVING PLACES: PRESERVING INDIANA’S ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE
Saving Places tells the stories of individuals who are engaged in revitalizing, protecting, and preserving our historic places in Indiana. This video documentary visits four sites from across Indiana: Wilson Bridge near Delphi; The John Jay Center for Learning in Portland; Lyles Station School near Princeton; and the Maple Grove Road Historic District near Bloomington.
approx. 55 minutes dVd 852959001320 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001313 $29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/savingplaces/

Columbus, Indiana’s motto is “Unexpected, Unforgettable.” Our Town: Columbus tells the story of this truly surprising city, from its origins as a small agricultural community to its modern incarnation as a multicultural city, home to one of the world’s most impressive collections of modern buildings, and one of the country’s most dynamic corporations.
approx. 57 minutes dVd 852959001504 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001511 $29.95 www.indiana.edu/~radiotv/wtiu/ourtown/columbus.html

oUR ToWN: CoLUMBUS

oUR ToWN: BEDFoRD

Bedford is known as the Limestone Capital of the World. However, there is much more to appreciate in this community, including the historical museum, the community theater, Otis Park, local manufacturers, and the annual Christmas Parade of Lights.
approx. 50 minutes dVd 852959001016 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/

oUR ToWN: MARTINSVILLE

This documentary on Martinsville explores the history of the city including its mineral water, floods, reputation, current industry, famous people, and the future. Included are segments on Albert ‘Doc’ Merritt, John Wooden, Twigg Aerospace, Form-Tec, The Candy Kitchen, Grassyfork Fishery, and the Morgan County Cancer Center. The documentary also explores the city’s future and how I-69 will have an impact.
approx 57 minutes; extended version 1 hour, 26 minutes dVd 852959001114 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/

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oUR ToWN: TERRE HAUTE
Tells the story of Terre Haute, Indiana, from its origins as a trading post on the banks of the Wabash River in the early 1800s to today’s modern, thriving city with a fast-developing Riverscape Project. The hour-long documentary takes you on a journey through the history of the town known as the “Queen City of the Wabash”—a truly American tale full of inspiring triumphs, dramatic setbacks, and surprising twists and turns.
approx. 56 minutes with 22 minutes of bonus material dVd 852959001276 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001283 $29.95 indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/

oUR ToWN: GREENCASTLE

The program includes segments on the history, economy, folklore, and people of Greencastle. Viewers will learn about the Heritage Wall; the impact of IBM leaving the community; DePauw University; the national road; the fire that burned most of the town in 1874; the history of the Buzz Bomb on the courthouse square; the Monon Bell rivalry; People Pathways; the Putnam County Fair; and the John Dillinger bank robbery in 1933. Current industry is also featured with segments on Dixie Chopper and Buzzie Unicem, formerly Lone Star Industries.
approx. 1 hour, 11 minutes dVd 852959001111 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/

oUR ToWN: SEYMoUR

With a colorful history, a vibrant downtown, and expanding industrial, service, and cultural sectors, Seymour, Indiana, is a town on the move. Its roots are in the railroad and its proximity to major highways continues to make Seymour an important transportation and industrial center.
approx. 42 minutes dVd 852959001085 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/

oUR ToWN: SPENCER

It’s the character of the people of Spencer that makes, and has always made, this community of 2,700 residents a wonderful place to live. This documentary profiles nationally renowned artist Ken Bucklew and local “walker” and patriot Tom Hamilton. It shows neighboring McCormick’s Creek State Park in its spring glory and then stops in at the YMCA and at a local auction to reveal some of the town’s unique sites and sounds. The visit ends with a brief look at how the medical devices industry in the form of Boston Scientific Corporation and Cook Urological offer a prosperous present and an optimistic future.
approx. 39 minutes dVd 852959001382 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/ourtown/
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CoLUMBUS, INDIANA: DIFFERENT BY DESIGN
It may be a town of 36,000 people, but Columbus ranks with five of America’s biggest cities when it comes to architecture. Six of its buildings, built between 1942 and 1965, are National Historic Landmarks, and 60 other buildings sustain the Bartholomew County capital seat’s reputation as a showcase of modern architecture. This documentary tells the story of this charming Indiana town’s distinctive buildings—their special features, their architects, and the community that lives among them.
approx. 87 minutes dVd 852959001405 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/columbus

SPANNING TIME: AMERICA’S CoVERED BRIDGES

Cine Golden Eagle 2004

Explores the affection Americans have for covered bridges. The program looks at preservation efforts, history, construction, tourism, and why covered bridges are important. The program includes interviews with preservationists, engineers, builders, restoration experts, tourists, historians, and covered bridge aficionados. Because the bridges are often located on rural roads, the program provides incredible scenery from around the country.
approx. 57 minutes dVd 852959001399 $19.95

WEST BADEN SPRINGS: SAVE oF THE CENTURY

Cine Golden Eagle 2000

The story of the rise, demise, and restoration of the West Baden Springs Hotel, a structure known around the world for its jaw-dropping dome and innovative architecture. This production documents the hotel from the spa’s glory days to the historic restoration of the property.
approx. 54 minutes dVd 852959001092 $19.95

The program traces the magnificent history of the hotel—from its days as a spa and unofficial headquarters for the National Democratic Party— to its decline after World War II—and finally to the multi-million dollar restoration that has recently been completed along with the construction of a casino, an additional golf course and full spa features.
approx. 58 minutes dVd 852959001108 $19.95

RESToRING THE LEGEND: THE FRENCH LICK SPRINGS HoTEL

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DALAI LAMA INTERFAITH SERVICE

Interfaith prayer service held October 23, 2007, in Bloomington with His Holiness the fourteenth Dalai Lama. Prayers from various faith traditions—Native American, Sikh, Bahá’i, Unitarian Universalist, Islam, Christian, Hindu, and Jewish—as well as musical selections, are performed. Regional

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INDIANA LEGENDS: GEoRGE TALIAFERRo
The remarkable story of an American hero who overcame racial barriers to succeed on the football field and in life, this documentary chronicles the life of a true Indiana legend and includes bonus material on Taliaferro’s youth in Gary, Indiana, and racism in the United States in the 1940s.
approx. 27 minutes with 68 minutes of additional material dVd 852959001153 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001375 $29.95 indianapublicmeadia.org/legends/

SPJ Third place 2009

THE VISIoN oF HERMAN B WELLS

For many Hoosiers, the name Herman B Wells and Indiana University are synonymous. The charismatic president led the University for 25 years of growth and enhanced reputation worldwide; he continued to work and raise money for IU until his death in 2000. In The Vision of Herman B Wells, colleagues, University alumni, faculty, and friends define the ideals that directed Herman Wells as IU President (1938–1962) and as University Chancellor (1962–2000).
approx. 53 minutes dVd 852959001252 $19.95

DoC CoUNSILMAN: MAKING WAVES

The story of the revolutionary swimming coach, from his youth and military career, to his 33 years with the IU men’s team and his English Channel swim. In addition to Making Waves, Disc One includes bonus interview footage and silent home movies; Disc Two includes stroke analysis films and The Oldest Man in the Sea, a 30-minute WTIUproduced film about Doc’s channel swim.
dVd 852959001412 $19.95 indianapublicmedia.org/makingwaves

THE SPIRIT oF MoNRoE CoUNTY III

The story of the people and events that define the basic character of Monroe County continues in Spirit of Monroe County III, with a focus on arts and culture, life sciences, and diversity.
Approx. 75 minutes (including bonus material) dVd 852959001436 $19.95 blu-ray 852959001429 $29.95

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SPIRIT oF MoNRoE CoUNTY I
dVd 852959001450 $19.95

SPIRIT oF MoNRoE CoUNTY II
dVd 852959001443 $19.95

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WALK A HoUND, LoSE A PoUND
How You and Your Dog Can Lose Weight, Stay Fit, and Have Fun Together Phil zeltzman and Rebecca A. Johnson With 70% of Americans and 50% of dogs overweight or obese, this book provides strategies for losing weight together, and having fun in the process.
paperback 9781557535818 $16.95 Sale Price $12.95

oN DoGS AND DYING
Inspirational Stories from Hospice Hounds Michelle A. Rivera This book presents a series of real-life tales of the positive effects dogs have had on people at the end of their lives, chronicling the visits by two therapy dogs, Woody and Katie, to patients in a south Florida hospice facility.
paperback 9781557535603 $16.95 Sale Price $12.95

RESCUING RoVER
A First Aid and Disaster Guide for Dog Owners Sebastian E. Heath and Andrea o’Shea Whether you’re hiking with your canine friend in a remote area or working with a dog on a search-andrescue team or police force, you need to be prepared for emergencies when veterinary service is not available. This book provides dog owners, handlers, and emergency physicians with an understandable guide for safe treatment until the dog can be transported to a veterinarian.
paperback 9781557531025 $9.95 Sale Price $6.95

BETWEEN PETS AND PEoPLE
The Importance of Animal Companionship, Second Edition Alan Beck and Aaron Katcher Pets play a greater role in our emotional and physical health than ever before, say authors Alan Beck of Purdue’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Aaron Katcher, psychiatrist and professor emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania. This book explores the emotional and physical benefits of owning a pet and analyzes the complex relationship between people and pets.
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A UNIVERSITY oF TRADITIoN
The Spirit of Purdue Second Edition Purdue Reamer Club A University of Tradition is a fascinating compilation of history, customs, pictures, and facts about Purdue University from its founding in 1869 to the present day. Covering all aspects of Purdue, from the origin of the nickname of its students and alumni–Boilermakers—to a chronological list of all buildings ever constructed on the campus of West Lafayette, Indiana, this book presents the ultimate insider’s guide to one of the world’s great universities.
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KIRBY’S WAY
How Kirby and Caroline Risk Built their Company on Kitchen-Table Values Angie Klink Kirby’s Way captures the essence of this imitable gentleman, who with his wife, raised four children, gave time, money, and meals to strangers, and to their beloved community, while building a successful Midwest corporation. Today, Kirby Risk Corporation is a multimillion-dollar electrical products and services industry headquartered in Lafayette, Indiana.
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BECoME THE CEo oF YoU, INC.
A Pioneering Executive Shares Her Secrets for Career Success Second Edition Susan Bulkeley Butler In this updated second edition of the best-selling Become the CEO of You, Inc., Susan has provided strategies for improving your life and new techniques for advancing your career. The book is focused around her “Make it Happen” model, which is based on three decades of experience working with Fortune 500 companies.
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MARK TWAIN SPEAKS FoR HIMSELF

Edited by Paul Fatout An edited miscellany of Twain’s newspaperback stories, humorous columns, letters, speeches, and interviews, gathered together here for the first time in one paperback volume. The book provides a picture of the consummate writer, unabashed, critical, and cutting.
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LETTERS oF GEoRGE ADE

Edited by Terence Tobin George Ade, one of the most beloved writers of his day, carried on a lively correspondence with the most colorful of the great and near-great. This volume presents 182 of the most interesting and informative letters from the thousands of extant pieces of his correspondence in scores of collections scattered throughout the United States.
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DIVIDED PATHS, CoMMoN GRoUND
The Story of Mary Matthews and Lella Gaddis, Pioneering Purdue Women Who Introduced Science into the Home Angie Klink Based on extensive oral history and archival research, this book sheds new light on the important role Purdue’s female staff and faculty played in improving the quality of life for rural women during the first half of the 20th century. It is also a fascinating story, engagingly told, of two very different personalities united in a common goal.
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JUST CALL ME oRVILLE
The Story of Orville Redenbacher Robert W. Topping Based on extensive interviews and archival research, this book traces the career of Orville Redenbacher, the “popcorn king,” from his agricultural studies at Purdue University to his emergence as an American advertising icon.
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Woody Herman’s Life in Music Robert C. Kriebel In Blue Flame, noted regional biographer Robert C. Kriebel devotes his admiring attention to documenting Herman’s life and music. No aspect of Herman’s career escapes his gaze: the musicians— both famous and obscure—who played in his bands, the music they played, the writers and arrangers of that music, the famous recordings, and the ups and downs of band life from the big-band heyday of the 1930s through half a century of changing tastes and changing times.
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LETTERS oF A CIVIL WAR SURGEoN

Edited by Paul Fatout From September 1862 until May 1865, Major William Watson served as surgeon with the 105th Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, which fought at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, and elsewhere. Over the course of three years at war, he wrote 91 letters to his family, in which he describes his own war against death and disease.
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Milo Hascall and Freedom of the Press in Civil War Indiana David W. Bulla Examines the effect of government suppression on the Democratic press in Indiana during the spring of 1863, a period when newspaper editors were branded as traitors and freedom of the press was threatened as never before.
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A SToRY FoR ALL AMERICANS
Vietnam, Victims, and Veterans Compiled and edited by Frank L. Grzyb Details wartime accounts of average servicemen and women–some heroic, some frightening, some amusing, some nearly unbelievable. What makes this book truly unique, however, is its absence of literary pretentiousness. Relating oral accounts, the veterans speak in a no-nonsense, matter-of-fact way.
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U.S. Army Airborne Operations in World War II James A. Huston Beginning with a case study of the greatest airborne operation of the war, the 1944 invasion of Holland, Huston examines the inception, organization, training, equipment, strategies, Allied cooperation, and overall effectiveness of the Airborne in the total war effort. Operations in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, Southern France, the Pacific, and the Far East are discussed.
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RoUTE ACRoSS THE RoCKY MoUNTAINS

overton Johnson and William H. Winter Edited by Angela Firkus An edited version of the actual events of two 19thcentury pioneers, Overton Johnson and William H. Winter, exploring westward expansion. The book provides a colorful tale of the men’s journey, as well as their two years spent in the West.
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Letters to Farm Families Edited by zachary Michael Jack Back in print for the first time in over a century, the real heart and soul of the eldest Henry Wallace is revealed in his open letters to America’s farm families. These homespun, secular epistles show that Wallace never lost sight of his roots even as he hobnobbed with US Presidents from Teddy Roosevelt to Woodrow Wilson, anchored the prestigious Country Life Commission, and edited the most famous agricultural magazine of its day, Wallaces’ Farmer.
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AIRPLANE BoYS AT BELIzE

E. J. Craine The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) presents a series of hairraising sky adventures aimed at pre-teen readers. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
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THE AIRPLANE GIRL AND THE MYSTERY oF SEAL ISLANDS

Harrison Bardwell Roberta Langwell is a heroine of modern times. She wins a plane by means of her remarkable air feats, and keeps the reader tense with excitement from cover to cover. The series concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air. A classic tale for pre-teen readers.
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FRoM PIoNEERING To PERSEVERING
Family Farming in Indiana to 1880 Paul Salstrom Indiana’s pioneers came to southern Indiana to turn the dream of an America based on family farming into a reality. The golden age prior to the Civil War led to a post-War preserving of the independent family farmer. Salstrom examines this “independence” and finds the label to be less than adequate.
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HooSIER HoME REMEDIES

Compiled and considered by Varro E. Tyler With a sense of urgency, Dr. Tyler has collected and transcribed some 750 folk remedies still alive in the memories of more than 175 Hoosier-area correspondents. Hoosiers, folklore followers, physicians, and pharmacologists will appreciate the meticulous clarity of Tyler’s scientific commentary on folk medicines.
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SHRUBS AND WooDY VINES oF INDIANA AND THE MIDWEST
Identification, Wildlife Values, and Landscaping Use Sally S. Weeks, Harmon P. Weeks, Jr. As a definitive identification guide to the shrubs and woody vines of Indiana, this book provides coverage of 90% of the species to be found in surrounding Midwestern states. Descriptive text explains how to identify every species in any season, and original color photographs taken by Sally Weeks detail all important information.
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NATIVE TREES oF THE MIDWEST
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PoSSUM IN THE PAWPAW TREE
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Lucia Perillo In poems that are at once colloquial and elegant, Perillo strives to bridge the gap between the exuberant voice of the streets and the rarefied voice of literary tradition. Using the long lines and narrative style that have been identified with some of the finest male poets of our times, Perillo tells the stories of female experience with a grim eye for the comic and an ear tuned to language’s highest pitch.
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The Retirement Guide for Boomers, Revised Second Edition Richard E. Grace This how-to book helps to plan for a happy, meaningful retirement using the Grace Retirement Inventory which sets a fast opening pace and prompts thoughtful, focused questions about retirement.
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No MooN

Nancy Eimers No Moon is a book of poems about the powers and misadventures of memory, about chancy intimacies and unquiet departures parceled out as time, loss, death; an almanac of forces that mystify and transform our everyday lives.
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