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2) Nine minutes
"At noon on September 19, 2000, the ocean becomes silent as human activity in the ocean stops for just nine minutes. In Greenland, Amo listens to an ocean free from noise pollution and thinks about the harm that human activity is causing to marine life." --distributor's website
Wil Chama was interviewed in 1938 as a contributor to the American Legends Collection, a part of the Federal Writers' Project. Speaking into an Edison Dictaphone he narrated the events of his life. His personal narrative included his involvement as a strike breaker in what became known as the Gunnison Affair. It was as a result of this shameful episode that he gained his reputation as a gunman and sought to bury himself as a driver of a salt wagon...
Photographs and text give an introduction to natural history--including descriptions and characteristics within the animal kingdom, and descriptions of rocks, volcanoes and weather.
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