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Format:Unknown Binding. ISBN13:9780914964087.
Select Format: Unknown Binding. Format:Unknown Binding. Release Date:January 1975. Publisher:Timothy Books.
They stood or took the few chairs, opened their Bibles to pray, spoke of their conversion, and begged for forgiveness ith lunchtime shoppers and bu. .
They stood or took the few chairs, opened their Bibles to pray, spoke of their conversion, and begged for forgiveness ith lunchtime shoppers and businessmen purposefully headed somewhere. The worshipers had skipped lunch to read God’s word and sing His praises in the fellowship of other men. It was autumn in New York, and the chill air hinted at winter’s arrival
Город: 185О себе: Lover of politics, news, RP's Drag Race.
Город: 185О себе: Lover of politics, news, RP's Drag Race and the .
In this spellbinding new history, David Goldfield offers the first major new interpretation of the Civil War era since James M. McPherson'sBattle Cry of Freedom. There are lesser known yet equally compelling characters, too, including Carl Schurz-a German immigrant, warhero, and postwar reformer-and Alexander Stephens, the urbane and intellectual vice president of the Confederacy. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Music inspires the development of my characters and inspires my scenes. Aflame is the conclusion of the Fall Away series, which includes Bully, Until You, Rival, and Falling Away. While every book in the series is written to be a stand-alone, Aflame will be most enjoyed by those who have read at least Bully, as Aflame is a continuation of that story.
America Aflame takes the reader on a whirlwind tour-de-force of the events from around 1840 through 1876 that .
America Aflame takes the reader on a whirlwind tour-de-force of the events from around 1840 through 1876 that encompass the build-up to the ‘War Between the States, the conflict itself, and the period of Reconstruction after. In prose more akin to a fast-paced, exciting novel David Goldfield provides the reader with a sweeping panorama of the history from as many vantage points as it takes to immerse the reader with a feeling of being alongside the events as they happened. As David Goldfield deftly points out throughout the book, though the United States became a true nation after the Civil War, it did so with many seeds of its own self-destruction left intact.
Narrated by David Drummond.