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By the Flowing River

Author : Vivek Singh
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‘. . .nothing is permanent, like water in the river . . . When you let go of the past, new opportunities surface and fresh possibilities emerge.’ Being one of the most sought-after employees at the Eunited Bank, Siddharth is confident that nobody can take away his job. But it comes as a bolt from the blue when he is fired from his position of a portfolio manager. Directionless, Siddharth leaves everything and goes on a journey of self-realization and discovery that will transform his life forever. By the Flowing River, is a story of bouncing back from a sudden crisis and charting a path for a new life.

The Secret River

Author : Kate Grenville
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The Secret River is a miniseries based on Kate Grenville’s meticulously researched,Booker-nominated bestselling novel of the same title. The Secret River tells the deeply personal story of William and Sal Thornhill,early convict colonists in New South Wales. The Secret River dramatises the British colonisation of Australia in microcosm,with the dispossession of Indigenous Australians made comprehensible and ultimately heart-breaking as William Thornhill’s claim over a piece of land he titles‘Thornhill’s Point’ on the beautiful and remote Hawkesbury River brings his family and neighbours into a fight for survival with the traditional custodians of the land theyhave settled on.

1935 Republican River Flood The

Author : Joy Hayden
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On May 31, 1935, a storm system surged along the Republican River, bursting its banks in a matter of minutes with a roar that could be heard miles away. The greatest flood to hit the tri-state area of Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska, it left behind a landscape rearranged beyond recognition and claimed more than one hundred casualties. However, amid all the destruction and sorrow, amazing acts of heroism and unwavering courage were reported throughout the valley. Author Joy Hayden reveals the historic disaster and the steadfast resolve of those who witnessed it. Book jacket.

Merced Wild and Scenic River

Author : United States. National Park Service
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Colorado River Front Work and Levee System

Author : United States. Department of the Interior. Water and Power Resources Service. Lower Colorado Region
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Sebewaing River O M Confined Disposal Flood Control

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Induced Infiltration from the Rockaway River and Water Chemistry in a Stratified drift Aquifer at Dover New Jersey

Author : Joel E. Dysart
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Effects of fluctuating river pool stages on ground water levels in the adjacent alluvial aquifer in the lower Arkansas River Arkansas

Author : D. A. Freiwald
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Mississippi National River and Recreation Area Comprehensive Management Plan

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Nemasket River Herring

Author : Michael J. Maddigan
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Every spring, the Nemasket River welcomes thousands of migratory river herring that thrash and leap as they fight their way upstream from Mount Hope Bay. Of all non-domesticated animals, the river herring--or alewife--has arguably had the greatest impact on the towns along the river in southeastern Massachusetts. The area was called "Nemasket," or "place of fish," by Native Americans, and its earliest English colonists were dependent on river herring for their very survival. They provided a livelihood for generations of families in Middleborough and Lakeville, shaping their culture and the course of the region's development. Today, herring fishing is banned, and the community is working toward protecting and preserving the river so the herring have a place to return each year. Join historian Michael J. Maddigan as he explores the big story of the small fish that shaped life along the Nemasket River.