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The Wilderness Romance

Author : E. Marlene Hunt
ISBN : 1893555186
Genre : Religion
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Talks candidly about male/female relationships and how to keep your eyes open for signs that you need to follow. It will keep you out of relationship trouble.

A Pioneer Christmas Collection

Author : Kathleen Fuller
ISBN : 9781634096294
Genre : Fiction
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Brave and determined, the American pioneers risked many dangers to settle untamed land. Being on the move as winter approached could find the settlers stranded in unconventional shelters, but still faithful to remember Christ’s birth with grateful hearts. In this delightful collection of nine Christmas romances, pioneers experience hospitality and romance where least expected—including a cave in North Carolina, a tipi in Oklahoma, and a dugout in Arizona. Readers will enjoy diverse settings in history across America as penned by many of Christian fiction’s leading authors, including Lauraine Snelling, Kathleen Fuller, and Vickie McDonough.

Cheyenne Summer

Author : Vella Munn
ISBN : 9781946069092
Genre : Fiction
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If you like the passionate historical western romances of Rosanne Bittner, you’ll love the Soul Searchers series by Vella Munn! “Vella Munn is a major talent in historical fiction. Her stories never fail to lift the spirit and warm the heart.” —Bestselling author Susan Wiggs As an endless drought scorches the land, the Cheyenne are in a desperate hunt for survival, but as they struggle to save themselves and ensure their future, it is the battle between two proud braves that might spell their demise. Grey Bear is a courageous warrior who knows only battle and bloodshed, but he’s driven more by a need to fight and kill their enemy, the Pawnee, than to hunt food for his people. Promised in marriage to Seeks Fire, his bitter focus is slowly driving her away with fear for her own safety. Wise and thoughtful Lone Wolf understands that the Pawnee must be suffering as much as the Cheyenne, but his efforts to temper Grey Bear’s rage and find a peaceful solution to the violence go unheeded. The quiet maiden Touches the Wind looks on admiringly as she dreams of winning his heart, even while fighting for their village. When an unspeakable act threatens to tear the tribe apart, one warrior will face death, the other exile, and the women’s hope for love will turn to ash. And when things look their bleakest and the tribe’s survival seems all but lost, it will take a daring chance on love to save them all. “Vella Munn is the absolute master [at creating] superior historical romances set among Native Americans . . .” —Oregon Statesman Journal

Possession

Author : Nick Scarantino
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Joe had heard the rumors about the retreat house, but thought he and his students could handle it. If he were honest with himself, he wanted to shake them out of their comfort zone. Unfortunately, he got the group into more than any had bargained for as they find themselves struggling to escape the house without dying. Possession takes you into the lives of the students of Covenant Community church who are just like you. They fight, laugh, and love each other; but half the time they don't know what they believe about the darker things in life. That is, until everything changed (cliche statement? Yes, but true nonetheless). Their annual retreat turned into a test of not only their faith, but their will, and they will never be the same.

Elbert Hubbard S Scrap Book

Author : Elbert Hubbard
ISBN : 9781455603794
Genre : Literary Collections
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No man is worth his salt who is not ready at all times to risk his body, to risk his well-being, to risk his life, in a great cause.-Theodore Roosevelt Filled with some of the best words of wisdom ever written, this little volume is sure to uplift any reader. Elbert Hubbard spent much of his life carefully collecting significant quotes from throughout history. He loved searching for and finding new material to add to his scrapbook for personal inspiration. After his death, this richly developed scrapbook was published and can now be relished by readers everywhere.Here one can read pulse-quickening quotes from people like Abraham Lincoln, Rudyard Kipling, Dante, Leo Tolstoy, and many, many more. People from every profession and nationality have been quoted at their best, and these quotes have been carefully compiled for the reader's inspiration and personal growth. This unique book will furnish readers with a little genius for each day, and will inevitably make them better for it.

Nature S Eternal Religion

Author : Ben Klassen
ISBN : 1540391434
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This is the basis and foundation for the religious creed and ideology of Creativity and stands out as the most important book on the subject of White survival. Nature's Eternal Religion has the power to inspire and revolutionize White America and the White people of the world as a whole, transforming it into a massive battering ram that can easily overwhelm its enemies. Nature's Eternal Religion is filled with powerful ideas that no racially conscious White person should go without.

The Ways Of The Bushwalker

Author : Melissa Harper
ISBN : 0868409685
Genre : History
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This book traces the history of bushwalking in Australia and shows how the activity has become the most popular way that Australians engage with the bush. For many Australians, walking has become a major means of developing an attachment to the land and a connection to the nation. The book features many primary materials including diary entries, club newsletters and photos that bring to life the origins and developments of walking as a significant Australian pastime. It also offers some marvelous pen portraits of the extraordinary characters that pioneered bushwalking in this country, and those who followed in their footsteps.

The Beginners Of A Nation

Author : Edward Eggleston
ISBN : 9781465528230
Genre : United States
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The Goodriches

Author : Dane Starbuck
ISBN : 0865971846
Genre : History
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When local author Dane Starbuck set out several years ago to write the biography of Pierre Goodrich, scion of one of Indiana’s most prominent twentieth-century families, he soon discovered that it was impossible to really understand Pierre Goodrich without also closely examining his family. Starbuck’s years of research culminated in The Goodriches: An American Family, now available from Liberty Fund. This work is a revealing window into the founding ideals of both Indiana and our country, and how our founders meant these ideals to be lived. The Goodriches: An American Family begins with the birth of James P. Goodrich in 1864 and continues through the death of his son Pierre F. Goodrich in 1973. As the story of two fascinating and fiercely individualistic men, it is compelling reading, but as author Dane Starbuck says in the preface, ‘‘the later chapters of this book are as much a social commentary on American life in the twentieth century as parts of a biography of two accomplished men.” In his foreword to The Goodriches: An American Family, James M. Buchanan, Nobel laureate in economics and celebrated Liberty Fund author, says, “The Indiana Goodriches are an American family whose leading members, James and Pierre, helped to shape the American century. . . . This biography makes us recognize what is missing from the millennial setting in which we find ourselves. We have lost the ‘idea of America,’ both as a motivation for action and as a source of emotional self-confidence. We have lost that which the Goodriches possessed.” What did the Goodrich family “possess” which made them so unique? A belief in the power of knowledge, the importance of education, and a strong work ethic combined to imbue the Goodrich family with a distinctive sense of civic duty. James Goodrich served as governor of Indiana from 1917 to 1921 and as adviser to Presidents Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. During his eulogy of James Goodrich, the Reverend Gustav Papperman explained, “The Governor felt that he had been given talents that were a trust, that he was to administer them faithfully. . . .” According to author Dane Starbuck, “Education was a large part of the Goodriches’ work ethos. . . . The family viewed education as a process by virtue of which the individual remained informed, made better business decisions, learned the importance of citizenship, and was given an opportunity for individual self-improvement. Therefore, work and education became the centerpieces of the Goodrich family’s ethical and practical life.” In later years, Pierre Goodrich, successful businessman and entrepreneur, would set aside a portion of his estate to found Liberty Fund because he believed that the principles of liberty on which our nation was founded need to be constantly kept before the public.

Astoria

Author : Peter Stark
ISBN : 9780062218315
Genre : History
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In the tradition of The Lost City of Z and Skeletons in the Zahara, Astoria is the thrilling, true-adventure tale of the 1810 Astor Expedition, an epic, now forgotten, three-year journey to forge an American empire on the Pacific Coast. Peter Stark offers a harrowing saga in which a band of explorers battled nature, starvation, and madness to establish the first American settlement in the Pacific Northwest and opened up what would become the Oregon trail, permanently altering the nation's landscape and its global standing. Six years after Lewis and Clark's began their journey to the Pacific Northwest, two of the Eastern establishment's leading figures, John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson, turned their sights to founding a colony akin to Jamestown on the West Coast and transforming the nation into a Pacific trading power. Author and correspondent for Outside magazine Peter Stark recreates this pivotal moment in American history for the first time for modern readers, drawing on original source material to tell the amazing true story of the Astor Expedition. Unfolding over the course of three years, from 1810 to 1813, Astoria is a tale of high adventure and incredible hardship in the wilderness and at sea. Of the more than one hundred-forty members of the two advance parties that reached the West Coast—one crossing the Rockies, the other rounding Cape Horn—nearly half perished by violence. Others went mad. Within one year, the expedition successfully established Fort Astoria, a trading post on the Columbia River. Though the colony would be short-lived, it opened provincial American eyes to the potential of the Western coast and its founders helped blaze the Oregon Trail.

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