[United States : [National Park Service, Northwest Region?], 2017.
Book — 1 online resource (219 pages in various pagings) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) Digital: text file.
"This historic structure report (HSR) was commissioned by the National Park Service's Northeast Region Office and researched and written by EYP Architecture & Engineering. It is intended to document the original design and construction of Buildings 8 and 10 in the Coltsville National Historical Park and to illuminate the evolution of the two buildings up to the present time. Its ultimate purpose is to help the National Park Service (NPS) reach informed decisions regarding the future treatment and use of the two buildings. Its focus is limited to these two buildings. It does not address the remainder of the factory complex or any other component of the Coltsville National Historical Park. The report uses archival materials that document the historic background of Samuel Colt and the context for the construction of the Colt Patent Fire Arms Co. in Hartford only to the extent that they illuminate the particular character of Buildings 8 and 10. It focuses on his prior experience with construction of an armory and with the business of production and sale of arms in Paterson, New Jersey, an industrial district that had explored the use of steam power. A critical lesson of his early failure was the importance of marketing, and the flexible use of the factory building in response to changing demand. The latter involved the letting of space to sub-contractors and the manufacture of alternative products. In between the years in Paterson and 1855, Colt also learned the value of innovation, promotion and expertise, as evident in his deals with the British government and the construction of his London factory, and his cultivation of Elisha Root, Eli Whitney Jr., and other leading engineers of the Connecticut Valley and New England. All these factors came together in the design of Buildings 8 and 10. The report argues that Colt, together with his master mechanic, Elisha Root, with their broad experience of forging and foundry work, were principally responsible for the space planning of the Hartford factory, and for guiding the form and major details of Buildings 8 and 10, if not for structural design and ornamental detailing. They were, as is documented here, the patent holders for the drop hammers and hearths that were central to the production of forged parts that came out of these two buildings under their management."--Executive summary.
2014. [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 
Video — 1 videodisc (60 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
"Photographer and filmmaker Khalik Allah paints an impressionistic portrait of the loiterers and denizens in and around 125th Street and Lexington Avenue. Beneath the bright lights of a corner convenience store, Allah wields his crystalline gaze on a series of faces and personalities as they ruminate on race, societal inequalities, family, drugs, homelessness, romance, police brutality, and, ultimately, their histories, in a collective chorus."--Amherstcinema.org.
Santa Barbara, CA : USDA Forest Service, Los Padres National Forest, Santa Barbara Ranger District, 
Book — 1 online resource (53 pages in various pagings) : illustrations, maps Digital: text file.
This environmental assessment analyzes five alternatives for management of La Cumbre Peak. The alternatives are : A) Manage the site for recreational use, B) Maintain site at the existing use levels (continue current management), C) Manage the site for recreation and communications allowing minimal radio-electonics use expansion, D) Manage the site for recreation and communications allowing moderate radio-electronics use expansion, and E) Manage the site for communications. Based on analysis and evaluation described in this assessment, it is my decision to adopt Alternative C for management of the La Cumbre Peak site. The alternative calls for meetiting the needs of the existing electronic users on La Cumbre Peak and at the same time minimizing the impact upon recreational users. This would be accomplished by permitting an addition of approximately 350 square feet onto the existing electronics building, moving the Forest Service fire lookout tower to a new location, and limiting the number of electronics permittees operating at the site to no more than currently permitted. The option for increasing recreational day use facilities and interpretive displays at the site would be dependent upon available funding.
New York: published for the author, by Kirk & Mercein, and sold by Kirk & Mercein, A.T. Goodrich & Co., James Eastburn & co., W.B. Gilley, Charles Wiley & co., R. McDermut, William Hooker, and Collins & co., New York, and by some others of the principal booksellers in the United States, 1819.
Book — viii, -228, lxiii,  p. 3 fold. maps (incl. front.) 25 cm.
3d ed., with considerable additions. - London, Printed for John Stockdale, 1801.
Book — 3 v. port., fold. pl., fold. maps. 23 cm.
V. 1. Sketch of the life of the author, written by himself a short time before his death. A general view of their ancient state and inhabitants. Jamaica. English Charaibean islands. Observations on the disposition, character, manners, and habits of life of the Maroon Negroes of the Island of Jamaica; and a detail of the origin, progress, and termination of the late War between those people and the white Inhabitants. Proceedings of the Assembly relative to the Maroons.--
v. 2. Present inhabitants. Agriculture. Government and commerce. Appendix: Containing tables of West Indian exports and imports to and from Great Britain and Ireland.--
v. 3. An historical survey of the French colony in the Island of St. Domingo: comprehending an account of the revolt of the negroes in the year 1791, and a detail of the military transactions of the British Army in that island, in the years
1794. Young, Sir William. A tour thro ugh the several islands of Barbadoes, St. Vincent, Antigua, Tobago, and Grenada, in the years
1792. Historical account of the Co nstitution of Jamaica. Broughton, Arthur. Hortus Eastensis: or, A catalogue of exotic plants, in the Garden of Hinton East, Esq; in the mountains of Linguanea, in the Island of Jamaica, at the time of his decease.