Author: Bertrice Small
Publisher: NAL Trade
Keywords: border, chronicles, lord, bride
Number of Pages: 416
Published: 2007-10-02
List price: $14.00
ISBN-10: 0451222148
ISBN-13: 9780451222145

Next in the Border Chronicles from the New York Times bestselling author of A Dangerous Love. New York Times bestselling author Bertrice Small, no less than, "the reigning queen of the historical genre" (Romance Junkies) continues her Border Chronicles with this sweeping tale of an imposing laird forced to marry the woman he rescued. He never could have anticipated that she could be the love of a lifetime.

Author: Annie Hanshew
Publisher: Montana Historical Society Press
Keywords: border, montana, quiltmakers, quilts, historic
Number of Pages: 240
Published: 2010-02-23
List price: $24.95
ISBN-10: 0975919628
ISBN-13: 9780975919620

For over two decades, volunteers from across Montana registered local quilts as a part of the Montana Historic Quilt Project. The quilts chronicle Montana’s history over the last 150 years, telling the stories of statehood, the struggle for women’s suffrage, two world wars, the Great Depression, as well as the recent past. This highly illustrated book showcases the Montana’s best, most unique, and most interesting quilts and describes the life and times of the extraordinary people who made them. Border to Border: Quilts and Quiltmakers of Montana is an invaluable addition to quilting

Author: Bertrice Small
Publisher: Signet
Keywords: border, chronicles, lord, bride
Number of Pages: 480
Published: 2009-06-02
List price: $7.99
ISBN-10: 0451227352
ISBN-13: 9780451227355

When a marriage is arranged between a Highland heiress and a border lord by King James, the price to be paid by these two strangers is higher than they can imagine. And more dangerous than the passion-and betrayal-that could consume them.

Author: Annie Hanshew
Publisher: Montana Historical Society Press
Keywords: border, montana, quilts, quiltmakers
Number of Pages: 160
Published: 2009-09-15
List price: $34.95
ISBN-10: 0917298640
ISBN-13: 9780917298646

For over two decades, volunteers from across Montana registered local quilts as a part of the Montana Historic Quilt Project. The quilts chronicle Montana’s history over the last 150 years, telling the stories of statehood, the struggle for women’s suffrage, two world wars, the Great Depression, as well as the recent past. This highly illustrated book showcases the Montana’s best, most unique, and most interesting quilts and describes the life and times of the extraordinary people who made them. Border to Border: Quilts and Quiltmakers of Montana is an invaluable addition to quilting

Author: Bertrice Small
Publisher: NAL Trade
Keywords: border, chronicles, lord, lady
Number of Pages: 432
Published: 2009-10-06
List price: $15.00
ISBN-10: 0451227921
ISBN-13: 9780451227928

From the New York Times bestselling author-the fourth passionate romance in the Border Chronicles series.Lady Cicely Bowen, daughter of the Earl of Leighton, is sent away by her father when her jealous stepmother threatens her safety. Soon the exiled Cicely becomes best friends with Lady Joan Beaufort, the king’s cousin-and when Joan is married to King James I of Scotland she chooses Cicely as one of the ladies accompany her north... At the Scot’s court Cicely finds herself pursued by two men-elegant Andrew Gordon, the laird of Fairlee, and Ian Douglas, the laird of Glengorm, a rou

Author: Keith Durham
Publisher: Osprey Publishing
Keywords: border, scottish, fortress, anglo, fortifications, reivers, strongholds
Number of Pages: 64
Published: 2008-03-18
List price: $18.95
ISBN-10: 1846031974
ISBN-13: 9781846031977

Author: Pablo Vila
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Keywords: border, inter, america, series, mexico, gender, identifications, narratives, religion, class
Number of Pages: 312
Published: 2005-09-01
List price: $19.95
ISBN-10: 0292705832
ISBN-13: 9780292705838

From poets to sociologists, many people who write about life on the U.S.-Mexico border use terms such as "border crossing" and "hybridity" which suggest that a unified culture--neither Mexican nor American, but an amalgamation of both--has arisen in the borderlands. But talking to people who actually live on either side of the border reveals no single commonly shared sense of identity, as Pablo Vila demonstrated in his book Crossing Borders, Reinforcing Borders: Social Categories, Metaphors, and Narrative Identities on the U.S.-Mexico Frontier. Instead, people living near the border, like peop
  
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