Catification

Catification
Author: Jackson Galaxy,Kate Benjamin
Release: 2014-10-14
Editor: Penguin
Pages: 304
ISBN: 9781101632314
Language: en
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A New York Times bestseller! The star of Animal Planet’s hit television series My Cat from Hell, Jackson Galaxy, shows cat owners everywhere how to make their homes both cat-friendly and chic. Cat owners know the struggles of creating living spaces that are both functional and stylish for owner and cat. Don’t just go to your local pet shop and adorn your home with unattractive cat towers and kitty beds. In Catification, Jackson Galaxy, the star of Animal Planet’s My Cat from Hell, and Kate Benjamin, founder of a popular cat design website, walk readers through a step-by-step process of designing an attractive home that is also an optimal environment for cats. This gorgeously designed, full-color book includes more than twenty fun DIY projects, from kitty beds and litter boxes to catios (cat patios) that will be sure to make readers—and their cats—purr in approval.

Cat Daddy

Cat Daddy
Author: Jackson Galaxy
Release: 2013-05-02
Editor: TarcherPerigee
Pages: 320
ISBN: 9780399163807
Language: en
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Cat behaviorist and star of Animal Planet's hit television show "My Cat from Hell," Galaxy, a.k.a. "Cat Daddy," isn't what readers might expect for a cat expert. Yet his ability to connect with even the most troubled felines--not to mention their owners--is awe-inspiring.

MICHAEL JACKSON

MICHAEL JACKSON
Author: J. Randy Taraborrelli
Release: 2009-07-15
Editor: Grand Central Publishing
Pages: 784
ISBN: 9780446565684
Language: en
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This major biography includes the behind-the-scenes story to many of the landmarks in Jackson's life: his legal and commercial battles, his marriages to Lisa Marie Presley and Debbie Rowe, his passions and addictions, his children; objective and revealing, it carries the hallmarks of all of Taraborrelli's best-sellers: impeccable research, brilliant storytelling and definitive documentation. So much has how been said and written about the life and career of Michael Jackson that it has become almost impossible to disentangle the man from the myth. This book is the fruit of over 30 years of research and hundreds of exclusive interviews with a remarkable level of access to the very closest circles of the Jackson family - including Michael himself. Cutting through tabloid rumours, J. Randy Taraborrelli traces the real story behind Michael Jackson, from his drilling as a child star through the blooming of his talent to his ever-changing personal appearance and bizarre publicity stunts.

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson
Author: aka princess neverland.
Release: 2010-04-30
Editor: Author House
Pages: 96
ISBN: 1449079377
Language: en
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after investigating the death of Michael Jackson with many calls to the corner ,embalmer and many others and much hard work I found there is as much proof the Michael Jackson is alive than there is proof he is dead

Jackson

Jackson
Author: Lynn McLaughlin
Release: 2020-10-20
Editor: FriesenPress
Pages: 136
ISBN: 9781525575006
Language: en
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Jackson’s battle to take control over his own mind and life portrays what millions of people are fighting with around the world – mental illness. His mother, desperate to free him from his demons and desperation, faces her own turmoil and anguish, doing anything possible to save her son, through love and hope. After countless emotional and heartbreaking moments, June and her son must both accept that only Jackson can save himself.

The Mahalia Jackson Reader

The Mahalia Jackson Reader
Author: Mark Burford
Release: 2020
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
Pages: 472
ISBN: 9780190461652
Language: en
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""African American gospel singer Mahalia Jackson was just sixty years old when her heart finally gave out on January 27, 1972, as she lay alone in her sick bed at Little Company of Mary Hospital just south of Chicago. Obituaries faithfully recounted the best-known story lines of her unlikely career: how the power of her voice was rooted in her devout Baptist upbringing; her birth in 1911 and rise from dire poverty in Uptown New Orleans to international celebrity; a dedication to the black freedom struggle that further elevated her to the status of cultural and political symbol. Together, Jackson's voice, faith, prestige, and activism, made her at the time of her death, in the assessment of her friend Harry Belafonte, "the single most powerful black woman in the United States." Yet her reputation is also complex. Invoking the charisma of Martin and Malcolm, the persuasion of statesmen and despots, and the splendor of divas and diadems, Maceo Bowie's letter to the editor of the Chicago Defender seems to both celebrate and grapple with the substance of Jackson dynamism as a gospel singer and her consequence as an illustrious black public figure. In an editorial in the Defender following Jackson's death, E. Duke McNeil acknowledged Jackson's habitual acclaim as the "Queen of the gospel singers," while also observing: "You can almost say that Mahalia was the 'greatest' because she was the only gospel singer known everywhere." Indeed, for scholars of black gospel, the music itself is often hidden in plain sight. On the one hand, gospel voices are inescapable, audible not just within the music industry, where they have become a lingua franca for pop singers, but also in recurring representations of the black church, in the omnipresent sound of the black gospel choir, and in the personal histories of many black artists. On the other, in comparison with such genres as jazz, blues, country music, and hip hop, documentation of black gospel music, which has thrived in in-group settings, is relatively scant, leaving researchers with limited sources and largely reliant on oral history. Fortunately, the scope and coverage of Jackson's caereer produced a paper trail that enables us to study her personal and professional life while gaining insight into the black gospel field of which she was such an integral part. In compiling a wide swath of these sources on Jackson, The Mahalia Jackson Reader seeks to paint a fuller and more vivid picture of one of the most resonant musical figures of the second half of the twentieth century. This volume offers a wealth of biographical detail about Jackson, though it also reveals that Jackson was many things to many people. This is reflected in the book's organization by topic and type of writing, though, as often as possible, Jackson's own voice joins the dialogue, offering her side of the story. Jackson always identified as a child of New Orleans and the documents in Part I convey her recognition of the singularity of that city and of her legacy as the grandaughter of enslaved and emancipated African Americans. Stories about Jackson's upbringing are recounted by the esteemed critics and commentators in Part II, though these writers also ruminate upon the essence of her artistry, her relationship to jazz, her significance as an African American woman in the public eye, and the ways in which she became an increasingly complicated crossover figure as her visibility grew beyond the bounds of the black church. Newspaper coverage in Part III offers "hot takes" on Jackson's appearances, the pop-cultural cachet of postwar gospel singing, and the singer's transatlantic reception. Already in the 1950s, though even more in subsequent decades, it is evident that beyond being an exemplar of gospel singing, Jackson was read through various investments in the sociopolitical significance of black expressive culture. In 1931, Jackson moved from New Orleans to Chicago where she became immediately immersed in a burgeoning modern gospel movement. The testimony of Jackson and her associates in Part IV are more personal and allow us to understand her less as an exceptional individual than as a musical colleague and as a member of a black South Side community. Yet another perspective on Jackson emerges from the writing directed toward a scholarly audience in Part V, which seeks to contextualize the singer historically and offer enterprising interpretive claims"--

The Destruction and Creation of Michael Jackson

The Destruction and Creation of Michael Jackson
Author: Ellis Cashmore
Release: 2022-05-19
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Pages: 376
ISBN: 9781501363634
Language: en
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However people remember Jackson, no one can deny that, in cultural terms, Jackson remains a compelling subject: an icon of the late 20th century, he reflects not only the changes in the circumstances of the African American population, but changes in white America. Jackson was idolized, perhaps even reified and, for many, objectified into an extraordinary being, an Other, for whom there were no established reference points in white people's conceptions. The Destruction and Creation of Michael Jackson places Jackson at the center of its argument, but maintains he was a creation of, at first, American and, later, global culture at a time when it seemed desirable, if not necessary to exalt a Black person on merit. America had become a society in which someone of Jackson's indisputable genius not only can, but must, rise to the top.

Jackson s Magic Wishing Well

Jackson s Magic Wishing Well
Author: Gail Peeler
Release: 2008-07-11
Editor: Lulu.com
Pages: 25
ISBN: 9781435729506
Language: en
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The story is about 3 boys and the adventures they encounter during summer vacation with the magic wishing well. Is it real or just their imagination? You be the judge.

Catify to Satisfy

Catify to Satisfy
Author: Jackson Galaxy,Kate Benjamin
Release: 2015
Editor: TarcherPerigee
Pages: 272
ISBN: 9780399176999
Language: en
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"Tried and true strategies from Catification Nation"--Cover.

Infant baptism or John Jackson s christening

Infant baptism  or  John Jackson s christening
Author: Anonim
Release: 1846
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 18
ISBN: OXFORD:591115131
Language: en
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The Lightning Thief

The Lightning Thief
Author: Rick Riordan
Release: 2010-02-02
Editor: Disney Electronic Content
Pages: 400
ISBN: 9781423140344
Language: en
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Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school...again. And that's the least of his troubles. Lately, mythological monsters and the gods of Mount Olympus seem to be walking straight out of the pages of Percy's Greek mythology textbook and into his life. Book #1 in the NYT best-selling series, with cover art from the feature film, The Lightning Thief.

Michael Jackson s Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch

Michael Jackson s Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch
Author: Dominic Roskrow,Gavin D. Smith
Release: 2015-09-01
Editor: Penguin
Pages: 448
ISBN: 9781465449160
Language: en
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The world's best-selling book on malt whisky, now updated to include all the latest significant bottlings. This seventh edition of Michael Jackson's Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch continues to provide whisky enthusiasts with all the information, advice, and guidance they need to improve their knowledge and appreciation of single malt whisky. Fully updated with all the latest significant bottlings, Michael Jackson's Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch includes an unrivaled A- Z of single malts with background information on the distilleries and tasting notes for more than 1,000 bottlings. It even provides each whisky with an overall score. Michael Jackson, regarded as the world's foremost authority on whisky until his death in 2007, originally authored this title. His legacy lives on in the 2015 edition edited by world-leading whisky consultants Dominic Roskrow and Gavin D. Smith. By giving practical advice on buying and collecting malts and interpreting whisky labels, and providing hundreds of color images, Michael Jackson's Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch can turn any whisky novice into an informed veteran.

Correspondence of Andrew Jackson 1833 1838

Correspondence of Andrew Jackson  1833 1838
Author: Andrew Jackson
Release: 1931
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: UCAL:$B377355
Language: en
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The Soul of the Jackson 5

The Soul of the Jackson 5
Author: James Gregory
Release: 1973
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 125
ISBN: UOM:39015042156482
Language: en
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Action Jackson

Action Jackson
Author: Jan Greenberg,Sandra Jordan
Release: 2007-04-17
Editor: Macmillan
Pages: 32
ISBN: 0312367511
Language: en
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Imagines Jackson Pollock at work during the creation of one of his paint-swirled and splattered canvasses.

The Presidency of Andrew Jackson

The Presidency of Andrew Jackson
Author: Donald B. Cole
Release: 1993
Editor: American Presidency (University of K
Pages: 342
ISBN: UOM:39015029581496
Language: en
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In 1829 Andrew Jackson arrived in Washington in a carriage. Eight years and two turbulent presidential terms later, he left on a train. Those years, among the most prosperous in American history, saw America transformed not only by growth in transportation but by the expansion of the market economy and the formation of the mass political party. Jackson's ambivalence—and that of his followers—toward the new politics and the new economy is the story of this book. Historians have often depicted the Old Hero (or Old Hickory) as bigger than life—so prominent that his name was wed to an era. Donald Cole presents a different Jackson, one not always sure of himself and more controlled by than in control of the political and economic forces of his age. He portrays Jackson as a leader who yearned for the agrarian past but was also entranced by the future of a growing market economy. The dominant theme of Jackson's presidency, Cole argues, was his inconsistent and unsuccessful battle to resist market revolution. Elected by a broad coalition of interest groups, Jackson battled constantly not only his opponents but also his supporters. He spent most of his first term rearranging his administration and contending with Congress. His accomplishments were mostly negative—relocating Indians, vetoing road bills and the Bank bill, and opposing nullification. The greatest achievement of his administration, the rise of the mass political party, was more the work of advisers than of Jackson himself. He did, however, make a lasting imprint, Cole contends. Through his strength, passions, and especially his anxiety, Jackson symbolized the ambivalence of his fellow Americans at a decisive moment—a time when the country was struggling with the conflict between the ideals of the Revolution and the realities of nineteenth-century capitalism.

Is Roosevelt an Andrew Jackson

Is Roosevelt an Andrew Jackson
Author: Casimir William Ruskowski
Release: 1939
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 65
ISBN: UOM:39015051353806
Language: en
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Jackson s Point

Jackson s Point
Author: Kenneth Sherman
Release: 1989
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 78
ISBN: UOM:39015017017560
Language: en
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Total Cat Mojo

Total Cat Mojo
Author: Jackson Galaxy
Release: 2017-10-31
Editor: Penguin
Pages: 384
ISBN: 9781524705268
Language: en
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This comprehensive cat care guide from the star of the hit Animal Planet show "My Cat from Hell," Jackson Galaxy, shows us how to eliminate feline behavioral problems by understanding cats' instinctive behavior. Cat Mojo is the confidence that cats exhibit when they are at ease in their environment and in touch with their natural instincts—to hunt, catch, kill, eat, groom, and sleep. Problems such as litter box avoidance and aggression arise when cats lack this confidence. Jackson Galaxy's number one piece of advice to his clients is to help their cats harness their mojo. This book is his most comprehensive guide yet to cat behavior and basic cat care, rooted in understanding cats better. From getting kittens off to the right start socially, to taking care of cats in their senior years, and everything in between, this book addresses the head-to-toe physical and emotional needs of cats—whether related to grooming, nutrition, play, or stress-free trips to the vet.

Andrew Jackson s Campaign Against the British

Andrew Jackson s Campaign Against the British
Author: Eron Rowland
Release: 1971
Editor: Ayer Company Pub
Pages: 424
ISBN: UOM:39015019798829
Language: en
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