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Wife In Pursuit

Author : Selena Frederick
ISBN : 0997471336
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Learn what it means to pursue your husband for the rest of your life. Wife In Pursuit is a 31-day challenge for women who desire to love their husbands fiercely and boldly. Each day will challenge and inspire readers to love in ways that are fresh, honest, and selfless. Every pursuit includes a study verse, devotional content, reflection questions, a prayer prompt, and a pursuit challenge.

Husband In Pursuit

Author : Ryan Frederick
ISBN : 0997471328
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Learn what it means to pursue your wife for the rest of your life. Husband In Pursuit is a 31-day challenge for men who desire to love their wives radically and boldly. Each day will challenge and inspire readers to love in ways that are fresh, honest, and selfless. Every pursuit includes a study verse, devotional content, reflection questions, a prayer prompt, and a pursuit challenge.

In Pursuit Of His Wife

Author : Kristi Gold
ISBN : 9781488001697
Genre : Fiction
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They married for convenience. Will they stay together for the baby…or for love? Nasira Edwards has come to Royal, Texas, to escape her past and stop her brother from making a terrible mistake. But her own marital mistake has tracked her down. Her husband, shipping magnate Sebastian Edwards, has followed her across the ocean and he refuses to leave Texas without his wife. Sebastian knows their convenient marriage isn't about love. That's the way it has to be. But the passion between them is as hot as ever. And he's come west to coax the beauty back into his bed—while keeping his emotions in check. Then Nasira reveals she's pregnant…

In Pursuit Of Gold

Author : Sue Fawn Chung
ISBN : 9780252093340
Genre : Social Science
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Both a history of an overlooked community and a well-rounded reassessment of prevailing assumptions about Chinese miners in the American West, In Pursuit of Gold brings to life in rich detail the world of turn-of-the-century mining towns in the Northwest. Sue Fawn Chung meticulously recreates the lives of Chinese immigrants, miners, merchants, and others who populated these towns and interacted amicably with their white and Native American neighbors, defying the common perception of nineteenth-century Chinese communities as insular enclaves subject to increasing prejudice and violence. While most research has focused on Chinese miners in California, this book is the first extensive study of Chinese experiences in the towns of John Day in Oregon and Tuscarora, Island Mountain, and Gold Creek in Nevada. Chung illustrates the relationships between miners and merchants within the communities and in the larger context of immigration, arguing that the leaders of the Chinese and non-Chinese communities worked together to create economic interdependence and to short-circuit many of the hostilities and tensions that plagued other mining towns. Peppered with fascinating details about these communities from the intricacies of Chinese gambling games to the techniques of hydraulic mining, In Pursuit of Gold draws on a wealth of historical materials, including immigration records, census manuscripts, legal documents, newspapers, memoirs, and manuscript collections. Chung supplements this historical research with invaluable first-hand observations of artifacts that she experienced in archaeological digs and restoration efforts at several of the sites of the former booming mining towns. In clear, analytical prose, Chung expertly characterizes the movement of Chinese miners into Oregon and Nevada, the heyday of their mining efforts in the region, and the decline of the communities due to changes in the mining industry. Highlighting the positive experiences and friendships many of the immigrants had in these relatively isolated mining communities, In Pursuit of Gold also suggests comparisons with the Chinese diaspora in other locations such as British Columbia and South Africa.

In Pursuit Of The Almighty S Dollar

Author : James David Hudnut-Beumler
ISBN : 9780807830796
Genre : Religion
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Every day of the week in contemporary America (and especially on Sundays) people raise money for their religious enterprises--for clergy, educators, buildings, charity, youth-oriented work, and more. In a fascinating look into the economics of American Pr

C Lebs In Search Of A Wife

Author : Hannah More
ISBN : NYPL:33433074915970
Genre : English fiction
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The Works Of Hannah More Coelebs In Search Of A Wife

Author : Hannah More
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In Pursuit Of God S Presence

Author : Mary Simpson
ISBN : 9781604779219
Genre : Religion
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In this work, an effort is made to help individuals charter a course to and then remain in God's presence by understanding how He abides with His people. (Christian)

Shahmah In Pursuit Of Freedom Or The Branded Hand

Author : Mrs. Frances Harriet Whipple Greene McDougall
ISBN : UCAL:$B187327
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In Pursuit Of Alaska

Author : Jean Morgan Meaux
ISBN : 9780295804729
Genre : History
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This collection of Alaskan adventures begins with a newspaper article written by John Muir during his first visit to Alaska in 1879, when the sole U.S. government representative in all the territory's 586,412 square miles was a lone customs official in Sitka. It closes with accounts of the gold rush and the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in Seattle. Jean Meaux has gathered a superb collection of articles and stories that captivated American readers when they were first published and that will continue to entertain us today. The authors range from Charles Hallock (the founder of Forest and Stream, a precursor of Field and Stream) to New York society woman Mary Hitchcock, who traveled with china, silver, and a 2,800 square foot tent. After explorer Henry Allen wore out his boots, he marched barefoot as he continued mapping the Tanana River, and Episcopal Archdeacon Hudson Stuck mushed by dog sled in Arctic winters across a territory encompassing 250,000 miles of the northern interior. Although the United States acquired Alaska in 1867, it took more than a decade for American writers and explorers to focus attention on a territory so removed from their ordinary lives. These writers-adventurers, tourists, and gold seekers-would help define the nation's perception of Alaska and would contribute to an image of the state that persists today. This collection unearths early writings that offer a broad view of American encounters with Alaska accompanied by Meaux's lively and concise introductions. The present-day adventurer will find much to inspire exploration, while students of the American West can gain new access to this valuable trove of pre-Gold Rush Alaska archives. For more information go to: http://www.inpursuitofalaska.com

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