2 edition of Piasa found in the catalog.
Perry A. Armstrong
An account of certain pictographs formerly existing near Alton, Illinois, with various theories of their origin.
|Other titles||The Devil among the Indians.|
|Statement||By Hon. P. A. Armstrong ...|
|LC Classifications||E98.P6 A7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||02015506|
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Piasa book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Piasa book on the bluffs near the town of Alton, Illinois is the mural of the Pia /5.
With a touch of added romance, along with the mystery surrounding the Piasa Bird, the book's appeal crosses gender lines, and should prove of equal interest to both. --Alton Telegraph About the Author. Michael 'Mike' Kott has been writing since his retirement in He has completed several novels in addition to Piasa, including the follow on /5(4).
Piasa is highly recommended by Kirsten Bussière, Allbooksreviews. Using Alton, the Mississippi River and the surrounding bluffs as a backdrop, "Piasa" takes readers on a paranormal journey into the "what if." The book's believable dialogue Piasa book at a good pace, and the plot line keeps the reader interested.4/5(3).
Piasa is highly recommended by Kirsten Bussière, Allbooksreviews. Using Alton, the Mississippi River and the surrounding bluffs as a backdrop, "Piasa" takes readers on a paranormal journey into the "what if." The book's believable dialogue moves at a good pace, and the plot line keeps the reader : Michael Kott.
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We meet him as he tries to hold together his first class under the watchful eye of stern professor Eldredge/5. In their book, authors Mark Nickless and Laurie Bonner-Nickless of DeSoto, Missouri, state their research indicates the original Piasa painting.
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The author – Mr. Michael Kott sent me this book for an honest review. I honestly enjoyed reading every single page, and I couldn’t put the book down, which deprived me from some sleep a few nights.
This is what I thought about PIASA: This is a very warm story that covers the life of Continue reading Piasa – Michael Kott [BOOK REVIEW]. The Piasa is a famous petroglyph overlooking the Mississippi River near Alton, Illinois.
First described by French explorers Marquette and Joliet in and later called "America's most fascinating free roadside attraction," the origin of the Piasa is shrouded in legend and obscured by time, with no known date of creation, name of creator, or 4/4(2).
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The Piasa Bird (pronounced Pie-a-saw), is a local legend in the Alton area. Its foundings go back to when Father Jacques Marquette, in recording his famous journey down the Mississippi River with Louis Joliet, described the "Piasa" as a birdlike monster painted high on the bluffs along the Mississippi River, where the city of Alton, Illinois now stands.Southwestern High School Alumni Class List.
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Lewis, published about the yeara painting of the Piasa Bird appears with wings. This book was written a .