Time The Trail Blazer

Author: Phyllis M. Rantz

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1496916492

Category: Fiction

Page: 34

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Time:The Trail Blazer will leap back in time to a life of sounds and gestures. In Part One, “A Life Without Words,” you will face a cave bear as the world around you is in an ice-melt. Time blazes a trail through generations in Part Two, “Writing Without An Alphabet.” You are the only child of a medicine woman. When time rushes into the future in Part Three, “The Alphabet in Progress,” a farmer works his land and discovers a slender figure of a young boy. You are not human.

Native Trailblazer

Author: Ed Rice

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1684750113

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

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Following an extraordinary debut—17th place in the 1911 Boston Marathon—Penobscot Indian Andrew Sockalexis returned to run a spectacular Boston Marathon on a muddy, rainy course on April 19, 1912. Only twenty years old, running just his third marathon ever, he came in second and narrowly missed breaking the record time for that course. The greatest number of Native Americans ever to represent the United States occurred when Andrew Sockalexis joined Louis Tewanima and the legendary Jim Thorpe at the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm. As the American favorite to win the marathon, Sockalexis finished a gallant fourth on a brutally hot day that saw half the participants drop out and one runner die of heat stroke. Ed Rice chronicles the tragically short life of Sockalexis—he died at the age of twenty-seven from tuberculosis—focusing on his running and the races that earned him recognition from the sports community and made him revered at home.

Trailblazer in Flight

Author: Yvonne Pope Sintes

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 1473831547

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 192

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Yvonne Pope Sintes only ever wanted to fly. But in the 1950s, very few women were allowed into the male dominated world of aviation. Whilst many women were consigned to the role of house-wife, Yvonne chose a different path. Her dream was to join the ranks of the Royal Air Force, crisscrossing international skies. Despite an awareness of the pitfalls that might await her, she embarked upon her mission. Her story, told here for the first time and in her own words, is one characterized by gritty determination against the odds, a startling level of achievement and a continually modest approach to life and her own accomplishments.A career trajectory marked by such landmark achievements as becoming the first female Air Traffic Controller with the Ministry of Aviation, the first female civil airline pilot in the UK, and the first female jet airline captain in Britain are relayed in this inspiring autobiography. Bomb scares, engine failures and other perilous episodes punctuated Yvonne's experience. All are enlivened during the course of the narrative. A raft of prestigious awards including the Brabazon Cup, the International Owner and Pilots Association award for best Air Traffic Controller in Europe, the Amelia Earhart memorial Scholarship for licensed pilots to advance in aviation, the Whitney Straight Award for courage and determination in pursuit of an aviation career (awarded by Princess Anne) and the British Airline Pilots Association Award for work towards air safety all were awarded to Yvonne during the course of a spectacular career, the details of which make for a truly inspiring and engrossing read.Yvonne has taken this opportunity to record the pitfalls and landmark successes of her career for posterity. She does so in a style that is at once both humble and immensely celebratory of a profession that has meant so much to her."I first met Yvonne and her husband Miguel in Mahon during September 1992 when I was researching my book on Dan-Air. It was immediately clear that she had a rare and fascinating story that deserved telling in its entirety to reach a much wider audience. I am pleased and proud to have played a small part in making that happen!" - Graham M. Simons, EditorAs featured in the Surrey Advertiser, Essence Magazine and Discover Your History

Trail Blazer of the Seas

Author: Jean Lee Latham

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Confederate States of America

Page: 245

View: 5776


Young adult biography of Maury, US naval officer and oceanographer from Virginia who resigned his position when Virginia seceeded and became Commander of the Confederate States Navy and spokesperson for the Southern cause in England.

Trail Blazer

Author: Ryan Sandes

Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa

ISBN: 177022906X

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

View: 6397


What does it take to run a six-day race through the world’s harshest deserts? Or 100 miles in a single day at altitudes that would leave you breathless just walking? More than that, though: what is it like to win these races? South Africa’s ultra-trail-running superstar Ryan Sandes has done just that. Since bursting onto the international trail-running scene by winning the first multistage race he ever entered – the brutal Gobi March – Ryan has gone on to win various other multistage and single-day races around the globe. Written with bestselling author and journalist Steve Smith, Trail Blazer – My Life as an Ultra-distance Trail Runner recounts the life story of this intrepid sportsman, from his experiences as a rudderless party animal to becoming a world-class athlete, and includes details on his training regimes, race strategies and aspirations for future sporting endeavours. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy the adrenaline-inducing trials and tribulations of one of South Africa’s most awe-inspiring athletes, while endurance-sport participants – from beginners to aspirant pros – will benefit from his insights and advice. As Professor Tim Noakes says in the Foreword to this book: ‘However much we might think we know and understand, there are some phenomena which now, and perhaps forever, we will never fully comprehend. We call such happenings “enigmas”. Or even miracles. Ryan Sandes is one such.’

Trailblazer

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: World War, 1939-1945

Page: N.A

View: 6134


Trailblazer

Author: Marc Benioff,Monica Langley

Publisher: Currency

ISBN: 1984825208

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 783


NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The founder and co-CEO of Salesforce delivers an inspiring vision for successful companies of the future—in which changing the world is everyone’s business. “The gold standard on how to use business as a platform for change at this urgent time.”—Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates and author of Principles: Life and Work What’s the secret to business growth and innovation and a purpose-driven career in a world that is becoming vastly more complicated by the day? According to Marc Benioff, the answer is embracing a culture in which your values permeate everything you do. In Trailblazer, Benioff gives readers a rare behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of one of the world’s most admired companies. He reveals how Salesforce’s core values—trust, customer success, innovation, and equality—and commitment to giving back have become the company’s greatest competitive advantage and the most powerful engine of its success. Because no matter what business you’re in, Benioff says, values are the bedrock of a resilient company culture that inspires all employees, at every level, to do the best work of their lives. Along the way, he shares insights and best practices for anyone who wants to cultivate a company culture positioned to thrive in the face of the inevitable disruption ahead. None of us in the business world can afford to sit on the sidelines and ignore what’s going on outside the walls of our workplaces. In the future, profits and progress will no longer be sustainable unless they serve the greater good. Whether you run a company, lead a small team, or have just draped an ID badge around your neck for the first time, Trailblazer reveals how anyone can become an agent of change. Praise for Trailblazer “A guide for what every business and organization must do to thrive in this period of profound political and economic change.”—Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase “In Trailblazer, Benioff explores how companies can nurture a values-based culture to become powerful platforms for change.”—Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube

Frank Higgins, Trail Blazer

Author: Thomas Davis Whittles

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Church work with loggers

Page: 148

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The Oregon Trail Trailblazer (digital boxed set)

Author: Jesse Wiley

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 035816429X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 656

View: 7313


This digital box set includes four Oregon Trail adventures where you choose the path to Oregon City. Featuring 8-bit black-and-white illustrations throughout, each book is its own unique journey West with more than twenty possible endings! The books featured are Wagon Train Trek, Alone in the Wild, Gold Rush!, and Calamity in the Cold. This bindup includes: ·Wagon Train Trek ·Alone in the Wild ·Gold Rush! ·Calamity in the Cold Ford rivers, hike mountains, and trek the Oregon Trail, young pioneer! On your way, you’ll face wild animals, natural disasters, famine, sickness, unpredictable weather, and more. You'll also meet helpful strangers and encounter dishonest people—who will you choose to trust? With more than twenty possible endings in each standalone book, each decision counts. Make the right choices and blaze a trail out west!

Edward Rose; Negro Trail Blazer

Author: Harold W. Felton

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: African Americans

Page: 111

View: 1791


Few biographical facts exist about Edward Rose, a guide of the Early West, yet historical chronicles show he was present at most of the major events that expanded the American frontier in the early 1800's.