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Council leaders met for the first time this year in Carlisle last week to discuss the Borderlands Growth Deal.
Congress must step in to prevent unnecessary harm to the borderlands and its people by opposing any financing for Trumps lawless border wall and mass deportation agenda.
Ethnology and Empire: Languages, Literature, and the Making of the North American Borderlands.
Michel Hogue successfully applies the framework of borderlands history to the experiences of the Plains Metis in his monograph Metis and the Medicine Line.
Excavating Nations: Archeology, Museums, and the German-Danish Borderlands.
It is thoroughly researched from a variety of different archival sources from both sides of the 49th parallel, it is very well organized and written, and will be a standard for North American borderlands history for many years to come.
We are told that "the basic assumption underlying the geocultural outlook is that climate and soil, the contours of the land, abundance or lack of navigable rivers, proximity to seas, all present possibilities as well as imposing constraints on human action" (8), but we are then informed that Eurasian frontiers and borderlands will be treated in the book as fluid rather than fixed and immutable concepts (8).
Throughout the antebellum era, the river borderlands population continued to renegotiate its accommodation.
Hidden Chicano Cinema: Film Dramas in the Borderlands.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Borderlands games, much like action RPGs such as Diablo, are essentially loot-driven games.
THE Borderlands franchise has become an iconic shooter/ RPG escapade, combining cracking storylines.