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Careers In Construction

author: Ramos, Gloria
Briefly introduces such varied careers in construction as architect, interior designer, bricklayer, plumber, elevator installer, cement finisher, and project manager.
690.02
year: 1975
copies: 1
call number/section: 690.02
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Complicity

author: Farrow, Anne
Presents a comprehensive examination of Northern slavery during the seventeenth, eighteenth, and early nineteenth centuries, and describes how Northern empires were build on profits from the slave trade.
306.3
year: 2005
copies: 2
call number/section: 306.3
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Beyond Tuesday Morning

author: Kingsbury, Karen
Continues the story of Jamie and firefighter Jake Bryan after September 11, 2001 when the New York World Trade Center Towers collapse.
FIC
year: 2004
copies: 1
call number/section: FIC
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The Book Of Muscle

author: King, Ian
Explains how the muscles of the human body work and how to build them, providing instructions for and hundreds of step-by-step color photos of more than seventy exercises and variations, along with beginner, intermediate, and advanced programs and guidance on preparatory work.
613.7
year: 2003
copies: 1
call number/section: 613.7
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Bent's Fort, Crossroads Of The Great West

author: Blassingame, Wyatt
Tells of the building of Bent's Fort, a trading post along the Santa Fe trail, and describes work there, the wagon trains, Indians who traded there, and life at the fort in summer and winter.
978.8
year: 1967
copies: 2
call number/section: 978.8
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A Career As A Pipelayer

author: Leavitt, Amie Jane
Pipelayers make an invaluable contribution to building projects large and small, playing a pivotal role in developing and refurbishing our national infrastructure.
FIC
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copies: 1
call number/section: FIC
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A Career As A Plumber, Pipefitter, Or Steamfitter

author: Kamberg, Mary-lane
Buried within the walls and beneath any home, apartment building, office complex, school, or other structure is a complex world of pipes and other systems that make modern life possible.
FIC
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copies: 2
call number/section: FIC
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Careers Outdoors

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"Students looking to pursue a career that takes them out of the office and puts them directly into nature can look to several careers that build on an interest in the natural sciences, ecology, the environment, historical preservation, archaeology, and agriculture.
FIC
year: 2018
copies: 1
call number/section: FIC
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Construction Worker Tools

author: Waxman, Laura Hamilton
"Construction workers use many tools to build things. This carefully leveled text with vibrant photos and critical-thinking questions will help young readers learn what tools construction workers need to do their job"--Provided by publisher.
FIC
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copies: 1
call number/section: FIC
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The Santa Fe Trail

author: Lavender, David Sievert
Describes the history of the Santa Fe Trail from the encounters with blizzards and Indians, to the effect on trade, and the final demise of the trail caused by the building of the railroad.
978
year: 1995
copies: 13
call number/section: 978
lexile: 960

Henry Ford

author: Gaines, Ann
Provides a brief introduction to inventor Henry Ford's efforts to build cars.
920
year: 2002
copies: 19
call number/section: 920
lexile: 670

Hail! Ancient Egyptians

author: Green, Jen
Guides readers through 3,000 years of ancient Egyptian history on the banks of the Nile River, from the early settlers and kings to great pharaohs such as Ramesses II, Hatshepsut, Tutankhamun, and Cleopatra.
932
year: 2011
copies: 5
call number/section: 932
lexile: 880
subjects: egypt

Mr. Sam

author: Blumenthal, Karen
Examines the life of Sam Walton and discusses how his competitive nature aided in the building of Wal-Mart and his wealth.
920
year: 2011
copies: 13
call number/section: 920
lexile: 1200

Ancient Rome

author: Chrisp, Peter
While telling about her life in ancient Rome, eight-year-old Flavia includes information about the homes, families, clothing, food, gods, sports, goods traded, and things the people build.
937
year: 2005
copies: 9
call number/section: 937
lexile: 1070

Longitude

author: Sobel, Dava
Story of John Harrison's forty-year quest to build the chronometer, the clock that enabled sailors to measure longitude, saving lives and fortunes.
920
year: 2007
copies: 18
call number/section: 920
lexile: 1320

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