• South Shields From Old Photographs

    Although it’s not the biggest town in the world, a lot has taken place in South Shields. It is also a town of contrasts. It has proved to be popular tourist destination while also being a home for many smokestack industries. It’s a town that has had almost everything except an airport. South Shields From Old Photographs contains many previously unpublished images by John and Joyce Carlson and draws on an eclectic collection of photographs and other materials to illustrate some of its broad and diverse history and provide a ‘something for everyone’ look at the town’s life and history.

    • ASIN: 184868858X

  • The South Shields Poltergeist

    In December 2005, a family began to experience typical but low-level poltergeist-like phenomena. Slowly but steadily the phenomena escalated, and in July 2006 the authors were asked to investigate the case. This text presents a chilling diary of the ongoing poltergeist case.

    • Brand: Brand: The History Press Ltd
    • ASIN: 0752452746

  • South Shields Through the Ages

    The coastal town of South Shields, which lies at the mouth of the River Tyne, has a rich and fascinating history. The town was established as a hub for fishing and retains that tradition to this day. Yet South Shields is much more than a historic maritime port, and over the years has had a number of various industries develop and prosper. It has become a popular tourist destination, with its reconstructed Roman fort, Guiness clock tower and seafront complex. In a follow-up to South Shields: The Postcard Collection, Caroline Barnsley has created a new pictorial history of South Shields. The book charts the town’s buildings and monuments, and a miscellany of pubs, shops and street scenes. Coupled with stunning modern-day photography, South Shields Through the Ages depicts the many changes and events the town has witnessed over the past century.

    • Brand: Amberley Publishing Local
    • ASIN: 1445641070

  • Chesapeake Bay Cooking with John Shields

    Twenty-five years ago, Chesapeake Bay Cooking with John Shields introduced the world to the regional cuisine of the Mid-Atlantic. Nominated for a James Beard Award, the book was praised for its inspiring heritage recipes and its then-revolutionary emphasis on cooking with local and seasonal ingredients. Part history lesson, part travelogue, the book captured the unique character of the Chesapeake region and its people.In this anniversary edition, John Shields combines popular classic dishes with a host of unpublished recipes from his personal archives. Readers will learn how to prepare over 200 recipes from the Mid-Atlantic region, including panfried rockfish, roast mallard, beaten biscuits, oyster fritters, and Lady Baltimore cake. Best of all, they’ll learn everything they need to know about crabs―the undisputed star of Chesapeake cuisine―featured here in mouthwatering recipes for seven different kinds of crab cakes.Extensively updated, this edition includes a new chapter on Chesapeake libations, which features Shields’s closely held recipe for his notorious Dirty Gertie, an authentic Chesapeake-style Bloody Mary.

    • ASIN: 1421418169

  • NCAA South Carolina Fighting Gamecocks Shin Shield Hitch Cover, Class V

    This unique college hitch cover features a large S. Carolina Gamecocks logo. If you have ever hooked up a trailer or boat your have probably smashed your shins on the ball hitch a few times. This revolutionary shin shield hitch cover provides your much abused shins with the protection they deserve! The tough rubber hitch is rated to work with Class V hitch receivers hauling up to 17,000 gross trailer weight and 1,700 tongue weight allowing you to leave it on while hauling.

    • Color: Black
    • Brand: Siskiyou
    • ASIN: B00W5VOG5C
    • UPC: 754603429194

  • Uruguay (Discovering South America: History, Politics, and Culture)

    Introduces Uruguay, describing its history, politics, culture, and geography.

    • ASIN: 1422233057

  • South Shields Through Time

    South Shields Through Time is a unique insight into the illustrious history of one of England's finest cities. Reproduced in full colour, this is an exciting examination of South Shields, the famous streets and the famous faces, and what they meant to the people of South Shields throughout the 19th and into the 20th Century. Looking beyond the exquisite exterior of these well-kept photos, readers can see the historical context in which they are set, and through the author's factual captions for every picture and carefully-selected choice of images, the reader can achieve a reliable view of the city's history. Readers are invited to follow a timeline of events and watch the changing face of the city, as Mike Hallowell guides us through the city streets. There is something for everyone here, whether they have lived in South Shields all their lives, or whether they are just visiting this fabulous city. It also shows how photography has continually evolved to keep up with an ever-changing society.

    • Brand: Amberley Publishing
    • ASIN: 1848680716

  • Shields: Africa, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. From the Collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum

    Since ancient times the shield has had a variety of uses whether as a defensive or more rarely offensive weapon or as a decorative or ritual object invested with symbolic meaning. Drawing on the collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum in Geneva this book examines the literary and mythological aspects of shields from Africa, Southeast Asia and Oceania, placing them in historical context and interpreting them as beautiful objects with a language of their own.

    • Brand: Brand: Prestel Publishing
    • ASIN: 3791323415