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              Lice Are Not Nice
                

              Lice Are Not Nice (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Dale, Nancy

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              ISBN 9781453587171
              Released NZ 16 Nov 2010
              Publisher XLIBRIS
              Interest Age Children
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              Wild Florida the Way It Was: As Told by the Pioneer Cow Hunters and Huntresses Who Lived It
                

              Wild Florida the Way It Was: As Told by the Pioneer Cow Hunters and Huntresses Who Lived It (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Dale, Nancy

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              WILD FLORIDA AS TOLD BY THE PIONEER "COW HUNTERS AND HUNTRESSES" WHO LIVED IT Two hundred years ago, pioneer "cow hunters and huntresses" in search of a better place to grow their families and raise cattle forged their way into the heart of wild Florida. They survived by wit and ...fortitude and drove down stakes in the unforgiving land. Traveling in covered wagons, alongside their cattle, they carved rutted trails through pine forests, trudged through swamps, black clouds of mosquitoes, survived pestilence, and disease to settle on Florida's rich prairie grassland. These rugged men and women cultivated the land, grew crops, put up clapboard houses, and rounded-up "scrub cattle" left by early Spanish explorers to breed and improve their herd. These pioneer families passed down their heritage of hard work and persistence. As Norman Proveaux, pioneer Myakka rancher puts it, "true 'cow hunters' are bred not made." Indiantown "cow huntress" Iris Wall, quips, she is a "Florida cracker with a little extra salt!" These are the true adventures of wild Florida told by the pioneer "cow hunters and huntresses" who lived it and gave birth to the Florida cattle industry. CONTACT: Nancy Dale, Ph.D. (863) 214-8351 or www.nancydalephd.com or nancydale@yahoo.com
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              ISBN 9780595511044
              Released NZ 30 Oct 2008
              Publisher AuthorHouse
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              The Legacy of the Florida Pioneer Cow Hunters: In Their Own Words
                

              The Legacy of the Florida Pioneer Cow Hunters: In Their Own Words (Hardback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • RRP: $83.99
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              The Florida pioneer cow hunters gave birth to the cattle industry. Florida, discovered by Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon in the 1500s, left behind cattle that roamed the peninsula hundreds of years. In the 1800s, new settlers gathered-up the scrub cattle and bred them with their ...herds. As cracker whips snapped, cow hunters rounded-up their herds and drove them by the thousands to coastal markets on the old cracker trails. It was a dangerous passage. The legendary cow hunters are today's ranchers. This book is about the past and the future of ranching in Florida as a new generation takes over the reins with some heirs choosing another profession and selling the family ranch. I hope the reader will reflect upon the valuable lessons these ranchers reveal about history and survival.
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              ISBN 9781450287906
              Released NZ 25 Apr 2011
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              The Metabolic Typing Cookbook for 2-A, Parasympathetic
               

              The Metabolic Typing Cookbook for 2-A, Parasympathetic (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • RRP: $95.99
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              New revised Gluten Free Metabolic Typing(r) Cookbook for 2

              ISBN 9780982738573
              Released NZ 14 Apr 2014
              Publisher Nancy Dale C.N.
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              The Legacy of the Florida Pioneer Cow Hunters: In Their Own Words
                

              The Legacy of the Florida Pioneer Cow Hunters: In Their Own Words (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • RRP: $51.50
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              The Florida pioneer cow hunters gave birth to the cattle industry. Florida, discovered by Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon in the 1500s, left behind cattle that roamed the peninsula hundreds of years. In the 1800s, new settlers gathered-up the scrub cattle and bred them with their ...herds. As cracker whips snapped, cow hunters rounded-up their herds and drove them by the thousands to coastal markets on the old cracker trails. It was a dangerous passage. The legendary cow hunters are today's ranchers. This book is about the past and the future of ranching in Florida as a new generation takes over the reins with some heirs choosing another profession and selling the family ranch. I hope the reader will reflect upon the valuable lessons these ranchers reveal about history and survival.
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              ISBN 9781450287890
              Released NZ 25 Apr 2011
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              Wild Florida the Way It Was: As Told by the Pioneer Cow Hunters and Huntresses Who Lived It
                

              Wild Florida the Way It Was: As Told by the Pioneer Cow Hunters and Huntresses Who Lived It (Hardback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • Imp. $63.50
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              WILD FLORIDA AS TOLD BY THE PIONEER "COW HUNTERS AND HUNTRESSES" WHO LIVED IT Two hundred years ago, pioneer "cow hunters and huntresses" in search of a better place to grow their families and raise cattle forged their way into the heart of wild Florida. They survived by wit and ...fortitude and drove down stakes in the unforgiving land. Traveling in covered wagons, alongside their cattle, they carved rutted trails through pine forests, trudged through swamps, black clouds of mosquitoes, survived pestilence, and disease to settle on Florida's rich prairie grassland. These rugged men and women cultivated the land, grew crops, put up clapboard houses, and rounded-up "scrub cattle" left by early Spanish explorers to breed and improve their herd. These pioneer families passed down their heritage of hard work and persistence. As Norman Proveaux, pioneer Myakka rancher puts it, "true 'cow hunters' are bred not made." Indiantown "cow huntress" Iris Wall, quips, she is a "Florida cracker with a little extra salt!" These are the true adventures of wild Florida told by the pioneer "cow hunters and huntresses" who lived it and gave birth to the Florida cattle industry. CONTACT: Nancy Dale, Ph.D. (863) 214-8351 or www.nancydalephd.com or nancydale@yahoo.com
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              ISBN 9780595517473
              Released NZ 2 Nov 2008
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              Where the Swallowtail Kite Soars: The Legacies of Glades County, Florida and The Vanishing Wilderness
                

              Where the Swallowtail Kite Soars: The Legacies of Glades County, Florida and The Vanishing Wilderness (Hardback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • RRP: $66.99
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              Palmdale, a remote town in Glades County, population less than 1,000, is on the curb of creeping urbanization. Today, more people than Palmdale's entire population are moving into Florida each day. The pioneer culture and Florida's last wilderness is threatened by growth that exp...loits blue gold water and the land. The sprawling ranches set amidst tall cabbage palm prairies are disappearing. The cost to stay is more than the price to sell with high inheritance taxes and the evaporation of a cattle based economy. The early pioneers forecasted Florida's future in their own lifetime as they struggled to hold onto a way of life in a place where few chose to carve a living. Their stories predict the high premium of development: light pollution, traffic, sewage, crime and the napalming of native trees replaced by ornamental shrubs, cement, and gated communities. They foresaw the destruction of natural eco-systems, water shortages and communities where wildlife extermination businesses spring up to destroy pesky intruders such as squirrels, woodpeckers, snakes and other Everglades species. The story of Palmdale, Florida, and its people reflects a proud cultural heritage living on the edge of civilization. Palmdale is a ghost town today with only a few ranches left and the Seminole Indian Tribe living off a small market economy against the odds of metropolitan growth, dollars and political power. This story reflects a tragic national trend threatening the survival of rural America.
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              ISBN 9780595666416
              Released NZ 22 Aug 2004
              Publisher iUniverse
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              Would Do, Could Do and Made Do: Florida's Pioneer Cow Hunters Who Tamed the Last Frontier
                

              Would Do, Could Do and Made Do: Florida's Pioneer Cow Hunters Who Tamed the Last Frontier (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • RRP: $36.50
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              The small family ranch today is struggling to survive in Florida, jeopardized by unmanaged urban sprawl and explosive population growth with over 1,000 people a day moving into the state. Today, land has more value than heritage, but, this hearty culture of individuals face the f...uture with hope and promise that bailed them out against all odds in the past. Florida's pioneer cow hunters, today's cattle ranchers, live through tough words of forebearance expressed by Bud Adams, The Adams Ranch, Ft. Pierce: Cattlemen have always operated on the fringe. They have settled the frontier and lived apart from urban society. They have had little protection of the law, the market, prices and no protection from the weather. They have had the freedom to operate and the freedom to fail. They have made money, lost fortunes, endured hardships of heat, cold, drought, freezes and floods and they wouldn't have wanted it any other way. Hopefully this book will be well-worn in time, passed on to future generations who will take up the chalice, follow their predecessors and write their own unique history of Florida cattle ranchers.
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              ISBN 9780595415687
              Released NZ 23 Nov 2006
              Publisher iUniverse
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              Would Do, Could Do and Made Do: Florida's Pioneer Cow Hunters Who Tamed the Last Frontier
                

              Would Do, Could Do and Made Do: Florida's Pioneer Cow Hunters Who Tamed the Last Frontier (Hardback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • RRP: $60.50
              • $60.50
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              The small family ranch today is struggling to survive in Florida, jeopardized by unmanaged urban sprawl and explosive population growth with over 1,000 people a day moving into the state. Today, land has more value than heritage, but, this hearty culture of individuals face the f...uture with hope and promise that bailed them out against all odds in the past. Florida's pioneer cow hunters, today's cattle ranchers, live through tough words of forebearance expressed by Bud Adams, The Adams Ranch, Ft. Pierce: Cattlemen have always operated on the fringe. They have settled the frontier and lived apart from urban society. They have had little protection of the law, the market, prices and no protection from the weather. They have had the freedom to operate and the freedom to fail. They have made money, lost fortunes, endured hardships of heat, cold, drought, freezes and floods and they wouldn't have wanted it any other way. Hopefully this book will be well-worn in time, passed on to future generations who will take up the chalice, follow their predecessors and write their own unique history of Florida cattle ranchers.
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              ISBN 9780595859160
              Released NZ 23 Nov 2006
              Publisher iUniverse
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              The Metabolic Typing Cookbook for 1-O, Slow Oxidation
               

              The Metabolic Typing Cookbook for 1-O, Slow Oxidation (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Dale, Nancy

              • RRP: $95.99
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              New revised Gluten Free Metabolic Typing(r) Cookbook for 1-O

              ISBN 9780982738566
              Released NZ 18 Jun 2014
              Publisher Nancy Dale C.N.
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