Alright. As you see over here, we have box number two. Unc’ Billy Possum. Yeah, no. Nancy drew. No. The Boxcar Kids, no. Royce’s Sailing. What is this? Okay. Okay. I can learn something from that. Chemical Cycle of Forma… logically for the busy pre [inaudible 00:00:47]. What in a world? I can’t even pronounce this. Yeah. It got me to stop that long goes in. We’ll talk about that one out of this book, or this box. This box has a whole bunch of books in here. What is this? The Return? The Return. No, it’s a story.
Was is this? Go Down Moses by William Faulkner. Nope. So the novels are, I mean there’s no, I’m not going to read a novel to you. That just doesn’t make any sense. What is this? Korea Handbook the Complex Operating… Oh yeah, if this is in English, we’re going to read this one. Yep. There we go. That’s so far three interesting books that I want to read out of this book.
What is this? No. Getting to know India. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I want to get to know India. Is it quick? It looks like we’re going to get pictures in this one.
No, it’s a story book.
Early Man: Prehistory and the Civilizations of the Ancient Near East. Yes. We can look at pictures and find some interesting stuff out of there. So, that’s four books out of here. I mean, we also got Alaska. Let me see what else we got here. I mean, come on now, The Raiders Desert Strike Forces. What is this? Yeah. I want to talk about that one because we got, I liked the Army stuff, sorry.
So this is, what? The Bloody what?! The reason I said that. Alright.. So, The Nigger of the Narcissus Typhoon.
Look, The Nigger of the Narcissist Typhoon. I, what book is this? The Viking Portable Library. Just, I’m super interested of what the…
What book is this, right? It looks like it’s a whole story. I’m sorry. I got to tell the story. Alright. Got to tell the story. Oh, no, I ain’t mean it. Got to tell the story, that goes over here. Cause it’s, cause I’m super interested.
What is this? When we do go through every single book in this box? Alright. Man. Cause then we use, man this box is too much.
Alright. Well, we’re going to do this since I got five minutes to discuss one of these books. And then, so I picked a lot of these books out of this box. Why? Because, they’re all bloody interesting. Alright. Besides the little [inaudible 00:05:33]. So, since in this video, I still have to go over a book. Alright. So, we’re going to go over Alaska. The book, the high road to adventure. This is from the seventies. The Northern giant. No, no glacier carved majesty city of the Southeast 44.
Oh, okay. I’m not going to, I’m just trying to find, some key points out of here. So, what that artifact is face the abstract faces pier from horn, hand woven till cat robe, made of mountain goat wool and cedar bark. Chiefs and leaders of high social rank of the get Tlingat Indian Nation, the predominant native group in South Eastern Alaska, wore such robes in ceremonial dances. This blanket personifies hearing rock, a sacred natural formation near a hearing spawning area in CIC top.
So, when we’re discussing the South Eastern Alaska, we’re discussing this part, this portion right here. So, right there in the map. Let me give it a nice little description. A picture of icy wilderness, unspeakably pure, and sublime, wrote naturalist, John Muir of the glacier form, rawness of Southeastern Alaska, but out of the cold darkness in glacier crushing and grinding, he recorded comes its warm, abundantly beauty in life. Today forest of spruce and hemlock and meadows decked with the wild flowers, bordered the glaciers and jutting peaks of the region. Malaspina Glacier, North America’s largest, score’s a path as wide as 50 miles from heights of the Saint Elias mountains. A warm ocean current brings a temperate climate to the Southeast, but fog and rain often shroud the lush rainforest islands and the snowy peaks of the coast mountains. Is Southeast to look [inaudible 00:08:54] in Haida Indians have rekindled their cultural heritage, preserving crafts and condition and traditions and communities like Cawlawa and Sitka. So, Sitka is right here, and Cawlawa? I don’t know where that is, but my question is… So Juneau Alaska is, there it is.
Juneau Alaska’s in this area is really next to Canada, so majority of Alaska, like the frontiers over here, cause this is just a small little skinny part, you see? The small little skinny part. Majority of Alaska is up here, which is probably, I mean, wow. What a huge, huge range. Hmm.
Well we’re, I’m out of time for this video, but I will be reading and letting you guys know about the… Like, look at that. That’s cool. What is he throwing down there? What is that? Where’s the pictures, man.
Oh, it’s shrimp. From Thomas Bay. 2,500 pounds of shrimp in a 14 hour day. In 1955, the waters of South Eastern Alaska yielded some 55 million pounds of fish and shellfish in 1975. Wow.
Alright, Alaska. Can’t wait to read more about Alaska. Read that little article Southeast Alaska, really interesting. Didn’t know, well, I didn’t know much of anything about Alaska, so… Excuse me. It’ll be fun and interesting to get to know more about Alaska. Alright. Don’t forget, we got out of this one box and we got this book, we got this book, We got this one, this one, this one, this one. They’re everywhere! Alright. So we’ll be talking about the next one now.