John Muir--Magnificent Tramp by Rod Miller · OverDrive

John Muir--Magnificent Tramp Rod Miller (Author) Rod Miller has published poems, short stories, historical articles, and essays about the American West. He lives in Sandy, Utah. More about Rod Miller. John Muir--Magnificent Tramp. Embed; Copy and paste the code into your website.

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Books by Rod Miller The Lost Frontier Momentous Moments in the Old West You May Have Missed by Rod Mille r Paperback, 256 Pages, Published 2015 by

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For the Love of the Book - True West Magazine

At 10 a.m. on Sunday, March 11, Stuart Rosebrook will be moderating the Tucson Book Festival Panel "Mommas, Sons & Cowboys," with Bell, H. Alan Day and Rod Miller. A book-signing in the author's pavilion will follow the panel discussion.

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Rod Miller Books and Gifts | wordery.com

Buy Rod Miller books and gifts, all with free worldwide delivery. With low prices and huge savings, shop at wordery.com today.

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John Muir | Rod Miller | Macmillan

Muir is remembered as the founder of the Sierra Club, the father of America's conservation movement, and the architect of an ever growing environmental ethic. Larry Fahn, president of the Sierra Club, has called Rod Miller's biography, "a fascinating new take on a true American icon. John Muir comes alive again in Rod Miller's Magnificent Tramp."

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Rod Miller Book List - FictionDB

Spur Award-winning author, Rod Miller, brings us a page-turning historical fiction novel. Is Lee Pate a man of principle or a misguided dreamer? Troubled by the institution of slavery, he uproots his family--wife, Sarah, and sons, Richard, Melvin, an

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Utahn wins 2018 Spur Award for Western writing | Books and

Rod Miller accepts an award at the Western Writers of America 2012 Spur Awards ceremony, where he was honored for a short story and poem he wrote. Courtesy of Rod Miller

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Rod Miller | Authors | Macmillan

John Muir American Heroes. Rod Miller Tor/Forge Forge Books . The first biography in decades of John Muir, founder of the Sierra Club and iconic figure in the history of the green movement in America

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Novels - writer Rod Miller

The original Kensington Publishing/Pinnacle Books paperback is hard to come by, but a large print softcover edition from Wheeler Publishing is readily available. When released in 2005, USA Today included Gallows for a Gunman among its "How to Stay Sane on the Plane" selections.

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Kensington Publishing Corp: Rod Miller

Get in touch. Kensington Publishing Corp. 119 West 40th Street New York, New York, 10018 1-800-221-2647

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Cold as the Clay: Miller, Rod: 9781606530610:

Cold as the Clay is a powerful story that lives up to its title. The character development is stunning. Shakespeare comes to mind in dark tragic terms. Rod Miller writes an authentic cowboy story because he's worn those boots and ridden that saddle. The unusual title bears a poetic relationship to the prose. The meaning changes as the story

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John Muir (American Heroes): Miller, Rod: 9780765310729

Muir is remembered as the founder of the Sierra Club, the father of America's conservation movement, and the architect of an ever growing environmental ethic. Larry Fahn, president of the Sierra Club, has called Rod Miller's biography, "a fascinating new take on a true American icon. John Muir comes alive again in Rod Miller's Magnificent Tramp."

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Silk–Miller police murders - Wikipedia

The Silk–Miller murders (also known as the Moorabbin Police murders) was the name given to the murders of Victoria Police officers Sergeant Gary Silk and Senior Constable Rodney Miller in Cochranes Road, Moorabbin, Victoria, Australia on 16 August 1998.. On the night of the murders, the police officers were staking out the Silky Emperor Restaurant near the corner of Cochranes and Warrigal

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writer Rod Miller: My Favorite Book, Part 12.

writer Rod Miller Poet, novelist, historian, biographer, journalist, essayist, reviewer, screenwriter—Rod Miller is a versatile writer. His work appears in books and magazines, anthologies and collections, online and on the screen. From poems to stories to articles to opinion, he

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John Muir by Rod Miller · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive

In 1849, 11-year-old John Muir immigrated from Scotland to America. Here, he rose from farmer and sawmill worker to become a noted authority on the botany, glaciers, and forestry of the nation's wilderness. Rod Miller (Author) Rod Miller has published poems, short stories, historical articles, and essays about the American West. He lives in

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Spur award-winning author to keynote writer's conference

EPHRAIM — Utah author, Rod Miller, will offer the keynote address at the Write Here in Ephraim writer's conference Sept. 22, in the Noyes Building, 150 East College Ave, Snow College, Ephraim.

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Rod Miller (Author of John Muir) - Goodreads

Rod Miller is the author of The Campus Guide (3.60 avg rating, 5 ratings, 2 reviews, published 2001), The Spirit of Freedom (5.00 avg rating, 2 ratings,

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Rod Miller, Author at True West Magazine

Utah Sovereignty Review of Brent M. Rogers story Unpopular Sovereignty: Mormons and the Federal Management of Early Utah Territory.

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"C.S. Lewis's List" and Other Recent and Important Books

C.S. Lewis and the Arts: Creativity in the Shadowlands edited by Rod Miller (Square Halo Books) $18.99 This is another I've mentioned before — I did a lengthy description when it first came out — but think it deserves an extra word here. There is nothing like it in print, and it is very handsomely created.

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