Inner Harbor

Author: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101146044
Size: 36.25 MB
Format: PDF
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The third novel in #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts' stunning Chesapeake Bay Saga, where the Quinn brothers must return to their family home on the Maryland shore, to honor their father's last request... Phillip Quinn has done everything to make his life seem perfect. With his career on the fast track and a condo overlooking the Inner Harbor, his life on the street is firmly in the past. But one look at Seth and he’s reminded of the boy he once was. Seth’s future as a Quinn seems assured—until a stranger arrives in town. She claims to be researching the town of St. Christopher’s for her new book, but the true objects of study are the Quinns. Her cool reserve intrigues Phillip. He is determined to uncover her motives, but she is holding a secret that has the power to threaten the life the brothers have made for Seth. A secret that could tear the family apart—forever... Don't miss the other books in the Chesapeake Bay Saga Sea Swept Rising Tides Chesapeake Blue

Inner Harbor Cookbook

Author: Juliette Palmer-Frederick
Publisher: Liberty Publishing Company Inc.
ISBN: 9780897091398
Size: 67.25 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Inner Harbor

Author: Lois Richer
Publisher: Steeple Hill
ISBN: 9781459210424
Size: 19.72 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Struggling to single-handedly raise her orphaned godson until a guardian was found, Annie Simmons was beginning to question God's plans for her life. Russell Mitchard's sudden appearance on her doorstep only added to her confusion. Especially when the stranger claimed that his grandfather's will dictated that he marry Annie! As Russell saw it, Annie ought to accept his proposal. After all, without a husband, she wouldn't stand a chance of gaining custody of the godson she obviously loved. But once she relented, Russell suddenly wasn't sure about anything. Especially not being a family man. Could Annie's strong faith help Russell dispel his doubts...and embrace the rich future God had planned for all of them?

Urban Planning My Way

Author: David A. Wallace
Publisher: Routledge
Size: 54.14 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Internationally renowned architect and planner David A. Wallace left an indelible mark on the American urban landscape with his inspiring and successful urban renewal projects and innovative design and planning methods. Wallace vividly recounts in his memoir his illustrious urban planning and design career - one that spanned more than five decades. He reveals the inside story of how large-scale urban development projects succeed and traces the creation of his pioneering planning and design principles and methods through case studies of his work in Baltimore and other cities. Wallace's engaging narrative relates his first, and perhaps best-known, major success - the redevelopment of Baltimore's Charles Center that sparked a downtown renaissance and the spectacular renewal of the Inner Harbor. He reflects on his urban growth modeling method that became the basis for award-winning plans for New York's World Financial Center and Battery Park City. He draws on these experiences to urge contemporary planners to look beyond Ground Zero and plan for all of Lower Manhattan. A valuable eyewitness history of the evolution of urban design and planning, Urban Planning/My Way is a readable and captivating memoir by one of the foremost twentieth-century American architects and urbanists.

Baltimore Harbor

Author: Robert C. Keith
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801879807
Size: 77.74 MB
Format: PDF
View: 7329
This newly revised and expanded edition of Baltimore Harbor provides a lively, heavily illustrated history of a vital American port that connects the Chesapeake Bay with the rest of the world. Using photographs, historic illustrations, and stories, Robert Keith traces the harbor's fascinating history. An ideal hub for the bay's network of paddlewheel steamers, the working port grew quickly alongside the shipbuilding industry at Fells Point and Federal Hill. This growth continued as the nation's first public carrier railroad, the Baltimore and Ohio, linked the wharves of the Patapsco River with the coal fields of Appalachia and the towns and farms of the Midwest. Today Baltimore harbor is better known for trendy shops than container ships. Tourists strolling the sidewalks of Harborplace are probably unaware of the port's colorful past—and its important role in contemporary maritime commerce. Keith's book connects the harbor's vibrant present with its storied, equally energetic past.