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Up, Up, & Away
Author: Jonah Keri
Publisher: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307361365
Pages: 432
Year: 2015-03-03
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The definitive history of the Montreal Expos by the definitive Expos fan, the New York Times bestselling sportswriter and Grantland columnist Jonah Keri.
The Expo Book
Author: Gordon Linden
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 055764416X
Pages: 240
Year: 2014-04-07
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The Expo Book: A Guide to the Planning, Organization, Design & Operation of World Expositions
Rusty Staub of the Expos
Author: John Robertson
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
Pages: 185
Year: 1971
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Montreal Expos
Author: Topps Co, Larry Schwartz, Unknown
Publisher:
ISBN: 0843124725
Pages: 70
Year: 1989-10-13
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Montreal Expos
Author: Bill Shaw
Publisher: [Mankato, Minn.] : Creative Education
ISBN: 0871918668
Pages: 48
Year: 1982
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A history of Canada's first major league baseball team.
The Expos in Their Prime
Author: Alain Usereau
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786493038
Pages: 260
Year: 2012-12-17
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"In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the Montreal Expos provided their fans with spectacular play produced by spectacular players. The book depicts how the team reached that level of support from the whole country and also why they were not able to sustain that excellence"--Provided by publisher.
Blue Monday
Author: Danny Gallagher
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459741889
Pages: 232
Year: 2018-10-13
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Blue Monday delves into the unforgettable day in Canadian baseball history that saw the LA Dodgers go on to the World Series after sending the Montreal Expos home.
Megaevents and Modernity
Author: Maurice Roche
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134729162
Pages: 304
Year: 2002-11-01
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This analysis explores the social history and politics of mega-events from the late 19th century to the present. Through case studies of events such as the 1851 Crystal Palace Expo, the 1936 Berlin Olympics and the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, Maurice Roche investigates the impact Expos and Olympics have had on national identities, on the marking of public time and space, and on visions of national citizenship and international society in modern times. Historical chapters deal with the production of Expos by power elites, their impacts on mass culture, and the political uses and abuses of international sport and Olympic events. Chapters also deal with the impact of Olympics on cities, the growth of Olympics as media events and the current crisis of the Olympic movement in world politics and culture.
The Right Way to Do Wrong: An Expos? of Successful Criminals
Author: Harry Houdini
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5876409723
Pages: 95
Year: 19??
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Remembering the Montreal Expos
Author: Danny Gallagher, Bill Young
Publisher:
ISBN: 0968185940
Pages: 287
Year: 2005
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World Expos
Author: Isaac López César
Publisher: Architect Publications
ISBN: 849462573X
Pages: 600
Year: 2018-05
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This book is a fascinating journey along the history of architectural structures over the last 150 years, taking the World Expos as an original unifying thread. Nevertheless, it does not solely focus on the exhibition buildings; on the contrary, these are continuously being related to buildings beyond the scope of the Expos, thus ultimately providing a general vision of the history of modern structures. This essay is destined to become an essential work of reference within the history of architectural structures. It is generously illustrated with more than nine hundred large-scale illustrations, many of which have not appeared in contemporary publications. It offers innumerable facts that will interest architects, engineers or art historians. Likewise, members of the general public far-removed from these fields will also be able to enjoy many of the passages which are accessible to those who do not have any specific knowledge of architecture or engineering.
Ten Cents for the World
Author: Leonard D. Dobson
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452016259
Pages: 168
Year: 2010-05
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Digital Imaging: Making the Invisible - Visible - is the key to unlocking door where evil dwells. No stone, or molecule, no place on Earth, or Storm, or far distant Planet has been left unturned in the author's quest to deliver the Truth with the Proof. In this second book in the trilogy, the author's burning passion to find photographic evidence of an Alien conspiracy, that is mercilessly exploiting and infiltrating all aspects of life on earth, comes shining through. Some may say that only a fool would go in search of an evil that has wiped mankind off the face of the Earth five times previously. But this story is a spirit inspired journey. From ancient times of the Crucifixion, to the cause of the H1N1 Bubonic Plague and it's modern pandemic counterparts, to the place where evil dwells, to finding the "Hidden Hand" behind the Columbia Space Shuttle Disaster, and the Concorde Paris Air Crash. The author's findings discovered a new force in nature - a show of strength; that shocked a Nation, and finally a journey that led him to the edges of the universe. This trilogy of books warns the world of impending disaster, as it sets out evidence for life-forms from other dimensions, including malevolent entities, and describes the digital technique whereby this evidence is acquired. When the shock of this reality subsides; then, and only then, man will realise that he is not alone, and never has been. But will mankind survive 2012, to evolve, and claim to it's rightful place in the Greater Race of Species? After all is it not possible that the earthly struggle for mankind is a spiritual pathway that binds us all in death as in life?
My Turn at Bat
Author: Claude Brochu
Publisher: ECW Press
ISBN: 1770900292
Pages: 250
Year: 2002-05
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After 32 years, Montreal will soon lose its professional baseball team. The former president of the Expos explains how the team went from being one of major league baseball's most promising franchises to becoming a financial pariah, barely escaping extinction at the end of the 2001 season and now facing demise in 2002. This history of the team's troubled existence covers years of gradually declining revenue and attendance, the sale of the team to a consortium of business leaders in 1991, and the league's ongoing debate over eliminating the Expos once and for all.
The Misogynean Club Expos'd
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Pages: 12
Year: 1728
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