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Souvenir Of The 75th Anniversary Of The First St Paul S Ev Lutheran Church Chicago Classic Reprint

Author: First St Paul Church
Publisher: Forgotten Books
ISBN: 9780260403360
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Excerpt from Souvenir of the 75th Anniversary of the First St. Paul's Ev; Lutheran Church, Chicago Individual members of our congregation have banded to gether with members of our Lutheran churches in Chicago and formed such benevolent societies as the Lutheran Mutual Fire Benevolent Association, the Concordia Mutual Benefit League, and are planning the erection of a hospital. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Pioneers Of Faith

Author: Lester Sumrall
Publisher: Sumrall Publishing
ISBN: 9780892747429
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A biographical examination of the lives and ministries of great leaders of the twentieth century pentecostal-charismatic revival. Written with a view to encouraging today's believers duplicate the experience of their forebearers.

Greenbrier Pioneers And Their Homes

Author: Ruth Woods Dayton
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
ISBN: 080634668X
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This new publication provides a list of the major genealogy and local history collections throughout the state of New Hampshire. The arrangement is by county and immediately thereunder by municipality. For each of New Hampshire's ten counties the compiler gives the addresses and phone numbers of the Registrar of Deeds and Registrar of Probate. In the majority of cases, the information listed under the towns and cities consists of the community's date of foundation, mailing address and phone number of the city or town clerk, prior names for that community, and a succinct listing of the city/town's principal genealogy repositories.

History Of The Norwegian People In America

Author: Olaf Morgan Norlie
ISBN: 9780788412783
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This exhaustive work covers the geography, history and people of Norway and the various stages of Norwegian immigration to America. It also discusses education, religion, social and political aspects, industry, language and culture. Scores of maps and tables illustrate immigration statistics and compare Norwegian movement and settlement to that of other groups, including the English, Celts, Dutch, French, Germans, Swedes, Danes, Icelanders, Finns and others. Numerous photographs of prominent Norwegian Americans, as well as churches and educational institutions make this work a monument to the enterprising spirit of Norwegian pioneers to the New World. The Norwegians have been in America since 876 A.D. A large part of the book concerns the period from 1825 to 1860, when much of the Norwegian immigration took place. In 1825 the first Norwegian emigrant boat to America, the Restaurationen, set sail with fifty-three passengers. A complete list of these passengers is included. By 1860, Norwegians were well established in the United States and Canada, with an additional 300,000 immigrating between 1860 and 1890. Demographic tables show emigration numbers by Norwegian county, population by states, distribution of settlements, largest Norwegian counties in 1890, etc. Immigration continued between 1890 and 1925, paralleling the growth of prosperity, industry and railroads. The corresponding section of the text covers Norwegian American occupations, publications, culture, inventions, sports and public service. A 1926 supplement contains additions and corrections.

Fifty Years In The Northwest

Author: William Henry Carman Folsom
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Chapters start with historical information about a county or places within the county followed by biographies of people from those localities.

Grave Images

Author: Kathy T. Hettinga
Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Pr
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Cemeteries are the repositories of history and personal narrative, places of comfort and beauty. Beginning in 1994, photographer and installation artist Kathy T. Hettinga began a fourteen-year project to document an unknown body of funerary folk art displayed in the cemeteries of the San Luis Valley in southern Colorado. The book begins with the author's story of death and loss as a young widow living in the San Luis Valley. Years later, the beauty of the valley was relentless in calling her back to document the places and the ways people honor those that have died. Grave Images recounts Hettinga's spiritual and artistic journey to find meaning in the cemeteries of rural and largely Hispanic communities of the San Luis Valley. Her photographs of unique grave markers made of wood, concrete, metal, sandstone, glass and other materials by individuals or families to commemorate the passing of loved ones capture the ethereal beauty of the cemeteries and serve as a touchstone for our common understanding of loss, grief, and the need to memorialize and pay tribute. Hettinga's illuminating narrative articulates the meaning of this visual record from the perspective of an artist and provides religious and historical perspectives on the San Luis Valley as final resting place. This book will appeal to artists, art historians, ethnographers, historians, scholars of religion and general audiences interested in photography, folk art, and the history of the San Luis Valley.

Places Of Worship

Author: James P. Wind
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 9780761989783
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Places of Worship provides an easily accessible guide to researching and writing the history of a synagogue, church, temple, or mosque. Wind's emphasis on connecting the individual congregation with the larger community and the larger political and social forces of the time make Places of Worship useful for both the professional and amateur historian. Appendices provide guidance on important works in American religion and a directory of helpful archives and historical agencies.

Indian Given

Author: María Josefina Saldaña-Portillo
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822374927
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In Indian Given María Josefina Saldaña-Portillo addresses current racialized violence and resistance in Mexico and the United States with a genealogy that reaches back to the sixteenth century. Saldaña-Portillo formulates the central place of indigenous peoples in the construction of national spaces and racialized notions of citizenship, showing, for instance, how Chicanos/as in the U.S./Mexico borderlands might affirm or reject their indigenous background based on their location. In this and other ways, she demonstrates how the legacies of colonial Spain's and Britain's differing approaches to encountering indigenous peoples continue to shape perceptions of the natural, racial, and cultural landscapes of the United States and Mexico. Drawing on a mix of archival, historical, literary, and legal texts, Saldaña-Portillo shows how los indios/Indians provided the condition of possibility for the emergence of Mexico and the United States.