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Beast Master's Circus
Author: Andre Norton, Lyn McConchie
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0765300427
Pages: 301
Year: 2004-02-01
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During a visit to Arzor, Laris, a young woman in bondage to the circus manager Dedran, stumbles upon her master's disturbing ties to the interstellar Thieves Guild, which seeks to create telepathic beasts for their own sinister purposes.
Weston Super Mare & the Aeroplane
Author: Ted Johnson
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1445632144
Pages: 352
Year: 2013-12-11
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The first book to tell the full story of the association that Weston-super-Mare had with the aeroplane.
Bump’S Circus
Author: C. R. Bryan
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1490743898
Pages: 278
Year: 2014-08-21
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Bumps Circus is about the last year of the Worlds Most Ancient and Unique Show. In 1950, the world of the circus is coming to an end, and the world of war is coming again. This small circus travelled in Texas and neighboring states, looking for something mysterious, and Angus McQuill is just the man to help Mr. and Mrs. Bump find their dream. The problem is that Angus must find himself first!
Two Hundred Years of the American Circus
Author: Tom Ogden
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ISBN: 0816026114
Pages: 402
Year: 1993-01-01
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Identifies circus performers, famous acts, and animal stars, explains circus terms, and provides summaries of movies, television shows, and musicals featuring the circus
Blue Moon Circus
Author: Michael Raleigh
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1492616508
Pages: 352
Year: 2004-03-01
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"An absolute charmer."--Library Journal Starred Review "Simply put, this is a ripsnorting good historical yarn full of circus lore, so smartly told by an expert storyteller that it's the kind of book truly deserving that overused term 'page-turner.'"--Chicago Sun-Times "With no safety net, Raleigh takes a spectacular highwire route...making it all look easy in this captivating tale of a decent man in a very hard world. Beguiling, wise and wonderful."--Kirkus Reviews Starred Review "A heartwarming, often humorous story filled with interesting circus lore as well as deeper themes about the value of human connection, especially as life winds down."--Booklist "Rollicking, warmhearted...As dramatic and engaging as a high-wire act, the novel combines honest story-telling with down-home wit. There's plenty of smartly written, feel-good fun under this big top." --Publishers Weekly For the boy, it was the first real chance for a future. For the man, it was one last chance to triumph over his past. Opportunities like these happen only once in a Blue Moon.
The ... Report of the Department of Agriculture
Author: New Zealand. Dept. of Agriculture
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Year: 1897
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Kelly's Directory of Somersetshire
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Year: 1883
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Ink from a Circus Press Agent
Author: Charles H. Day
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 0809513021
Pages: 201
Year: 1994
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One of the most colorful breed of men in 19th-century circusdom was the press agent, whose duty was to act as "an umpire between the show and the newspapers," and promote his company's greatness in order to generate public interest in advance of the performances. Charles H. Day, one of the leading "puffers" of his time, was particularly active between 1872-87, but unlike many of his colleagues, was also published widely in the entertainment newspapers and magazines. William L. Slout has collected together the best of Day's colorful and evocative essays of 19th-century circus life, and has also added a helpful Circus Personnel Reference Roster, notes, and detailed index.
Circus Queen & Tinker Bell
Author: Tiny Kline, Janet M. Davis
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252075102
Pages: 359
Year: 2008
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A glimpse of day-to-day life under the big top, from one of the circus's most remarkable performers
British Medical Journal
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Year: 1881
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The Horse Review
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Year: 1905
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The Chess Player's Chronicle
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Year: 1886
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Transatlantic Tales
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Year: 1906
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Circus of Fear
Author: Kathleen Pennell
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ISBN: 1930353472
Pages: 96
Year: 2002-03-01
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When Amy Jo and Becky land jobs giving pony rides a the circus, they become involved in a mystery. Their investigation leads them through twists and turns chasing a clown who is a possible suspect. Later, the two 11 year olds are placed in danger when a knife is thrown at them with a warning note attached to it.
The Rise of the American Circus, 1716-1899
Author: S.L. Kotar, J.E. Gessler
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786487003
Pages: 362
Year: 2011-09-22
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"It introduces the early pioneers of the circus, addresses business concerns such as management and training, and discusses the development of the show itself, including the incorporation of menageries, the need for animal training and care, the addition of circus music, the use of the tent, and the unique attractions of side shows and "freaks.""--Provided by publisher.

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