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  • Militarization of Spaceby Ann E Robertson; Samuel Black

    Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 54.00

    Militarization of Space provides a history of space exploration and militarization, analyzing past and current laws governing space and addressing future expected developments in the field. Case studies in this new volume include the United States, Russia, the European Space Agency, China, and some of the emerging players, including Japan, North Korea,... more...

  • Paducah, Kentuckyby John E.L. Robertson; Ann E. Robertson

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2014; US$ 12.99

    Established in 1830 and named by the famed pioneer William Clark, the city of Paducah thrived as a result of its position along the waterways. From its beginnings as a rural western outpost to its status today as a UNESCO-designated City of Crafts and Folk Arts, the tenacity of Paducah's people has sustained the city throughout remarkable challenges... more...

  • Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capitalby Ann E. Robertson; Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital; Gertrude (Bobby) Lerch

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2013; US$ 12.99

    Girl Scouting came to Washington, DC, in June 1913 when Juliette Gordon Low decided her new girls� empowerment movement needed a national headquarters. Although the headquarters moved to New York City in 1916, the council in Washington, DC, is still actively involved in the programs. Girl Scouts of the Nation�s Capital chronicles the evolution of Girl... more...

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