Dakota Child

Dakota Child

Author: Linda Ford

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: 2009-09-01

Total Pages: 288

ISBN-13: 1426839774

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Trapped in a North Dakota blizzard, single mother Vivian Halliday's prayer for herself and her child is answered. Rescue comes in the seemingly terrifying form of Billy Black, the hulk of a man feared by all the townsfolk. Yet in the home he shares with his ailing mother, the handsome, gentle giant warms her baby's bottles and sings sweet lullabies that lull even Vivian to peaceful sleep. When the storm abates and it is safe to leave, will she seek the life that led her back to the village…or stay where she's found an unexpected family for herself and her Dakota child?


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Download or read book Dakota Child written by Linda Ford and published by Harlequin. This book was released on 2009-09-01 with total page 288 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Trapped in a North Dakota blizzard, single mother Vivian Halliday's prayer for herself and her child is answered. Rescue comes in the seemingly terrifying form of Billy Black, the hulk of a man feared by all the townsfolk. Yet in the home he shares with his ailing mother, the handsome, gentle giant warms her baby's bottles and sings sweet lullabies that lull even Vivian to peaceful sleep. When the storm abates and it is safe to leave, will she seek the life that led her back to the village…or stay where she's found an unexpected family for herself and her Dakota child?


Dakota Son

Dakota Son

Author: Mary Ramsey

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Published: 2018-06-05

Total Pages: 251

ISBN-13: 1546233083

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Sean Foster has lived with cystic fibrosis his entire life. He falls in love with Jen, a girl with a dark, emotionally painful past. Living with chronic illness, Sean knows a little something about overcoming pain. But when he meets her family, his courage will be put to the test. Jens father, Diego, is a disabled military veteran. He is being mentally and physically abused by his wife, due to his role in the death of Jens brother. Sean must find a way to save Diego, to help him see that there are people who truly care. From Seans sister Sara, who views Diego as a heroic father figure. To Remy, Seans holistic nurse with a talent for healing wounded souls. Accompanied by a mysterious, supernatural, presence, it will fall to Sean to play the hero. All while navigating a life with chronic illness, and chasing his dreams in California.


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Download or read book Dakota Son written by Mary Ramsey and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2018-06-05 with total page 251 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Sean Foster has lived with cystic fibrosis his entire life. He falls in love with Jen, a girl with a dark, emotionally painful past. Living with chronic illness, Sean knows a little something about overcoming pain. But when he meets her family, his courage will be put to the test. Jens father, Diego, is a disabled military veteran. He is being mentally and physically abused by his wife, due to his role in the death of Jens brother. Sean must find a way to save Diego, to help him see that there are people who truly care. From Seans sister Sara, who views Diego as a heroic father figure. To Remy, Seans holistic nurse with a talent for healing wounded souls. Accompanied by a mysterious, supernatural, presence, it will fall to Sean to play the hero. All while navigating a life with chronic illness, and chasing his dreams in California.


Flock Record of Hampshire-Down Sheep

Flock Record of Hampshire-Down Sheep

Author: American Hampshire Sheep Association

Publisher:

Published: 1915

Total Pages: 778

ISBN-13:

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N.W. Ayer & Son's American Newspaper Annual and Directory

N.W. Ayer & Son's American Newspaper Annual and Directory

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Publisher:

Published: 1920

Total Pages: 1718

ISBN-13:

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The American Shorthorn Herd Book

The American Shorthorn Herd Book

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Publisher:

Published: 1916

Total Pages: 1066

ISBN-13:

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The American Aberdeen-Angus Herd-book

The American Aberdeen-Angus Herd-book

Author: American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders' Association

Publisher:

Published: 1908

Total Pages: 620

ISBN-13:

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North Dakota

North Dakota

Author: Joseph L. Gavett

Publisher: Watchmaker Publishing, Ltd

Published: 2008

Total Pages: 442

ISBN-13: 9781603863421

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DAKOTA MEETS THE RANGERS

DAKOTA MEETS THE RANGERS

Author: Stan & Edward L. Sr. Grevera

Publisher: Lulu.com

Published:

Total Pages: 212

ISBN-13: 1312300337

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N. W. Ayer & Son's American Newspaper Annual

N. W. Ayer & Son's American Newspaper Annual

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Published: 1884

Total Pages: 1028

ISBN-13:

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Dakota in Exile

Dakota in Exile

Author: Linda M. Clemmons

Publisher: Iowa and the Midwest Experienc

Published: 2019

Total Pages: 281

ISBN-13: 1609386337

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Robert Hopkins was a man caught between two worlds. As a member of the Dakota Nation, he was unfairly imprisoned, accused of taking up arms against U.S. soldiers when war broke out with the Dakota in 1862. However, as a Christian convert who was also a preacher, Hopkins's allegiance was often questioned by many of his fellow Dakota as well. Without a doubt, being a convert--and a favorite of the missionaries--had its privileges. Hopkins learned to read and write in an anglicized form of Dakota, and when facing legal allegations, he and several high-ranking missionaries wrote impassioned letters in his defense. Ultimately, he was among the 300-some Dakota spared from hanging by President Lincoln, imprisoned instead at Camp Kearney in Davenport, Iowa, for several years. His wife, Sarah, and their children, meanwhile, were forced onto the barren Crow Creek reservation in Dakota Territory with the rest of the Dakota women, children, and elderly. In both places, the Dakota were treated as novelties, displayed for curious residents like zoo animals. Historian Linda Clemmons examines the surviving letters from Robert and Sarah; other Dakota language sources; and letters from missionaries, newspaper accounts, and federal documents. She blends both the personal and the historical to complicate our understanding of the development of the Midwest, while also serving as a testament to the resilience of the Dakota and other indigenous peoples who have lived in this region from time immemorial.


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Download or read book Dakota in Exile written by Linda M. Clemmons and published by Iowa and the Midwest Experienc. This book was released on 2019 with total page 281 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Robert Hopkins was a man caught between two worlds. As a member of the Dakota Nation, he was unfairly imprisoned, accused of taking up arms against U.S. soldiers when war broke out with the Dakota in 1862. However, as a Christian convert who was also a preacher, Hopkins's allegiance was often questioned by many of his fellow Dakota as well. Without a doubt, being a convert--and a favorite of the missionaries--had its privileges. Hopkins learned to read and write in an anglicized form of Dakota, and when facing legal allegations, he and several high-ranking missionaries wrote impassioned letters in his defense. Ultimately, he was among the 300-some Dakota spared from hanging by President Lincoln, imprisoned instead at Camp Kearney in Davenport, Iowa, for several years. His wife, Sarah, and their children, meanwhile, were forced onto the barren Crow Creek reservation in Dakota Territory with the rest of the Dakota women, children, and elderly. In both places, the Dakota were treated as novelties, displayed for curious residents like zoo animals. Historian Linda Clemmons examines the surviving letters from Robert and Sarah; other Dakota language sources; and letters from missionaries, newspaper accounts, and federal documents. She blends both the personal and the historical to complicate our understanding of the development of the Midwest, while also serving as a testament to the resilience of the Dakota and other indigenous peoples who have lived in this region from time immemorial.