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Joseph Jacobs Organizations

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About this Item: Joseph Jacobs Organizations. Paperback. Condition: GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. Seller Inventory # 2819538708

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Thorndike, Joseph Jacobs

Published by St Martins Pr 1993-03-01 (1993)

ISBN 10: 0312087004 ISBN 13: 9780312087005

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About this Item: St Martins Pr 1993-03-01, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 0312087004 Almost new book. A portion of your purchase of this book will be donated to non-profit organizations. Over 1,000,000 satisfied customers since 1997! We ship daily M-F. Choose expedited shipping (if available) for much faster delivery. Delivery confirmation on all US orders. Seller Inventory # Z0312087004Z1

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R Joseph Ritter Jr

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ISBN 10: 1490448705 ISBN 13: 9781490448701

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Leaders Guide. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The ideal use of Jacob s Testimony includes having a leader supervise the reader s progress through the resource. Because Jacob s Testimony is a teaching resource for use by individuals, families, churches and small groups and has separate editions for children/youth and adults. Each chapter includes Scripture reading and discussion questions. The ideal use of Jacob s Testimony includes having a leader supervise the reader s progress through the resource. Readers will come to understand and appreciate what it means that God the Father is a living God and learn anew how popular accounts in the Old Testament were established by divine providence as the precursor to the advent of Jesus Christ. Leaders can purchase the separate Leader s Guide to enhance the reader s progress. Teaching the Christian faith to children, young adults and those new to Christianity can be a daunting task. Many resources portray Jesus Christ as coming on the scene of an unfolding drama in the world, heroically reinvigorating those who believed in God, and showing us a whole new side of God. Other resources overlook the rich examples of God s work in the world in the Old Testament. Jacob s Testimony demonstrates with Scripture that salvation through Jesus Christ had been planned long before His birth and that very few of His teachings were new. An in depth examination of the Old Testament lays the groundwork for the salvation and eternal life that are now available through Jesus Christ and the power that can be ours through the Holy Spirit. An examination of the New Testament ties the theology of salvation and faith back to the Old Testament at every step of the way. R. Joseph Ritter, Jr. CFP(r) is the founder and president of Zacchaeus Financial Counseling, Inc., a non-profit organization serving the financial planning and financial counseling needs of lower and middle income households. Joe received his Master s Degree in World Mission and Evangelism from Asbury Theological Seminary. His non-profit leadership and Christian ministry includes such past positions as Student Minister, Director of Outreach, volunteer Chaplain with Transport for Christ International, and co-founder of Community Chaplains Association, a non-profit organization ministering to residents of assisted-living and retirement facilities. He is the author of 25 Days of Christmas Devotional and Sacrifice and Submission in Marriag. Seller Inventory # APC9781490448701

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Janson, Anthony F.; Stewart, Andrew; Hofrichter, Frima Fox; Jacobs, Joseph F.

Published by Prentice Hall 2005-02-26 (2005)

ISBN 10: 0131916076 ISBN 13: 9780131916074

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About this Item: Prentice Hall 2005-02-26, 2005. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. 0131916076 Has some shelf wear, highlighting, underlining and/or writing. Great used condition. A portion of your purchase of this book will be donated to non-profit organizations. Over 1,000,000 satisfied customers since 1997! We ship daily M-F. Choose expedited shipping (if available) for much faster delivery. Delivery confirmation on all US orders. Seller Inventory # Z0131916076Z2

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R Joseph Ritter Jr

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Leaders Guide. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The ideal use of Jacob s Testimony includes having a leader supervise the reader s progress through the resource. Because Jacob s Testimony is a teaching resource for use by individuals, families, churches and small groups and has separate editions for children/youth and adults. Each chapter includes Scripture reading and discussion questions. The ideal use of Jacob s Testimony includes having a leader supervise the reader s progress through the resource. Readers will come to understand and appreciate what it means that God the Father is a living God and learn anew how popular accounts in the Old Testament were established by divine providence as the precursor to the advent of Jesus Christ. Leaders can purchase the separate Leader s Guide to enhance the reader s progress. Teaching the Christian faith to children, young adults and those new to Christianity can be a daunting task. Many resources portray Jesus Christ as coming on the scene of an unfolding drama in the world, heroically reinvigorating those who believed in God, and showing us a whole new side of God. Other resources overlook the rich examples of God s work in the world in the Old Testament. Jacob s Testimony demonstrates with Scripture that salvation through Jesus Christ had been planned long before His birth and that very few of His teachings were new. An in depth examination of the Old Testament lays the groundwork for the salvation and eternal life that are now available through Jesus Christ and the power that can be ours through the Holy Spirit. An examination of the New Testament ties the theology of salvation and faith back to the Old Testament at every step of the way. R. Joseph Ritter, Jr. CFP(r) is the founder and president of Zacchaeus Financial Counseling, Inc., a non-profit organization serving the financial planning and financial counseling needs of lower and middle income households. Joe received his Master s Degree in World Mission and Evangelism from Asbury Theological Seminary. His non-profit leadership and Christian ministry includes such past positions as Student Minister, Director of Outreach, volunteer Chaplain with Transport for Christ International, and co-founder of Community Chaplains Association, a non-profit organization ministering to residents of assisted-living and retirement facilities. He is the author of 25 Days of Christmas Devotional and Sacrifice and Submission in Marriag. Seller Inventory # APC9781490448701

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R Joseph Ritter Jr

Published by Createspace, United States (2012)

ISBN 10: 146795263X ISBN 13: 9781467952637

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. In this short devotional book, the author turns the traditional focus of the Protestant season of advent from Christ s birth into the advent of His Second Coming. During this 25 day journey from December 1st to December 25th, see how the ordinary trappings of Christmas are turned into moving examples of Christ at work in our world. The author reminds us that even the smallest gift can yield big results for Christ, . that the darkest, coldest and most difficult experiences of our lives can be remembered as times when Christ was most at work, . and that there is reason for the broken-hearted and down-trodden to celebrate Christmas. You ll even be introduced to an entirely new way of experiencing the traditional Christmas Eve candle light service, one that may change the way you see the world. R. Joseph Ritter, Jr. CFP(r) is the founder and president of Zacchaeus Financial Counseling, Inc., a non-profit organization serving the financial planning and financial counseling needs of lower and middle income households. Joe received his Master s Degree in World Mission and Evangelism from Asbury Theological Seminary. His non-profit leadership and Christian ministry includes such past positions as Student Minister, Director of Outreach, volunteer Chaplain with Transport for Christ International, and co-founder of Community Chaplains Association, a non-profit organization ministering to residents of assisted-living and retirement facilities. He is the author of Sacrifice and Submission in Marriage and Jacob s Testimony. Seller Inventory # APC9781467952637

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R Joseph Ritter Jr

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In this short devotional book, the author turns the traditional focus of the Protestant season of advent from Christ s birth into the advent of His Second Coming. During this 25 day journey from December 1st to December 25th, see how the ordinary trappings of Christmas are turned into moving examples of Christ at work in our world. The author reminds us that even the smallest gift can yield big results for Christ, . that the darkest, coldest and most difficult experiences of our lives can be remembered as times when Christ was most at work, . and that there is reason for the broken-hearted and down-trodden to celebrate Christmas. You ll even be introduced to an entirely new way of experiencing the traditional Christmas Eve candle light service, one that may change the way you see the world. R. Joseph Ritter, Jr. CFP(r) is the founder and president of Zacchaeus Financial Counseling, Inc., a non-profit organization serving the financial planning and financial counseling needs of lower and middle income households. Joe received his Master s Degree in World Mission and Evangelism from Asbury Theological Seminary. His non-profit leadership and Christian ministry includes such past positions as Student Minister, Director of Outreach, volunteer Chaplain with Transport for Christ International, and co-founder of Community Chaplains Association, a non-profit organization ministering to residents of assisted-living and retirement facilities. He is the author of Sacrifice and Submission in Marriage and Jacob s Testimony. Seller Inventory # APC9781467952637

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Door County, WI, are recalled in this NEW 19 page 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, photocopied single-sided on 60 # opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. The information comes from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. We've enlarged the area on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Baileys Harbor, Brussels, Clay Banks, Egg Harbor, Ellison Bay, Ephraim, Fish Creek, Forestville, Gardner, Gibraltar, Jacksonport, Liberty Grove, Maplewood, Nasewaupee, Sevastopol, Sister Bay, Sturgeon Bay (County Seat), Union, Washington, Washington Island. Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet. Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources; Lumbering Interests, Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal (the source book, written shortly before completion of the canal, gives quite a bit of detail on it and predicts its importance to the area); Porte des Morts "the Door of Death"; Increase Claflin, William Marshall, P. Rowley, Peter S. Sherwood, Neil McMullen, and other early settlers; County organization and early officials; Sturgeon Bay (originally called Otumba), Churches, Newspapers; the small towns of Nasawaupee, Forestville, Bay View, Sevastopol, Egg Harbor, etc.; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: In addition to the many names scattered throughout the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are (not in alphabetical order): August Bliesner, A. Bottelsen, Andrew Charlsen, M. Cochems, E.C. Daniels, Jacob Dehos, William Donovan, G.A. Dreutzer, O.E. Dreutzer, C. Feldmann, Henry Harlow Fuller, John P. Graass, H.C. Graham, Henry Hahn, William M. Halstead, F.J. Hamilton, Hans Hansen, Chauncey Haskell, Dr. J.G. Hendricks, C. Hjortaas, W.A. Ives, James Keogh Jr., A.W. Lawrence, M.E. Lawrence, William B. Lawrence, John Leathem, Louis Leidiger, Chris. Leonhardt, Frank Long, W. M. Loring, A. Mac Eacham, M. McDonald, L. R. McLackner, Henry M. McNally, Charles I. Martin, C.A. Masse, Edward S. Minor, Fred Nelsen, George Nelson, Capt. N.P. Nelson, James F. Palmer, D. A. Reed, H.N. Reed, William Rehr, F.X. Sailer, Henry Schuyler, Amasa Shaw, Thomas H. Smith, Dr. J.H. Soper, C.L. Sorenson, Knud Sorenson, George O. Spear, Anthone Thompson, Herbert J. Thompson, A.D. Thorp, George H. Thorp, H.A. Thorp, Arnold Wagener, George Walker, A.G. Warren, N.S. Washburn, Michael Welter, Charles M. Whiteside, Adam Heilmann, E.N. Anderson, William F. Bartz, C.A. Cocagne, John Goettelmann, Joseph Harris Sr., Henry Heilmann, Olof A. Nelson, Robert Noble, John Johnson, A.W. Schulz, Andrew Goettelmann, John May, Philip A. Schaefer, Mrs. Catharine Elizabeth Uhl, Stephen Busch, John Fetzer, Michael Ollinger, Joseph Roberts, Martin Schmitz, Joseph Schneider, John Stoneman, A. Anderson, H.N. Anderson, F.G. Blakefield, John Brown, L.M. Griswold, Hans P. Jacobs, Nicholas Kihl, John E. Marshall, Alexander Noble, John Norton, Peter Peterson, Frank Robertoy, Peter Shaw, Levi Vorous, William Berndt, F. Dimond, James Hanson, Frank O. Norling, G. Voight, Charles I. Hitt, F. Paarmann, Albert J. Schuyler, James Tufts, W.H. Warren, Nicholas Ambrust, Jacob Crass, Philip Herbold, Henry Martin, J.J. Baringer, David Graham, Capt. N.W. Kirkland, Antoine LaPlant, M.E. Lyman, Lyman D. Mowry, T.A. Thorpe, Fred Arlt, Roger Eatough, Thomas Farrell, Hans L. Hanson, Adam Hendrick, Thomas W. McCullough, John B. Rottmann, William Toseland, John Wagner, R.S. Erskine, P.G. Hibbard, Emanuel Hogan, P.W. Kirtland, John C. Messenger, and Joseph Smith. Seller Inventory # 000408

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Published by Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Washington County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 20-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Some of the places mentioned in the booklet include: Blair (county seat), Cuming City, Fontenelle, Hiland, Admah, De Soto, Arlington, Fort Calhoun, Herman, and Kennard. Among the many subjects included are: Physical character of the county, such as the prairies and creeks; Indians and the Pawnee War; Fort Atkinson and Fort Calhoun; County Organization; Crime; Civil War days; Statistics; the Northern Nebraska Air-Line Railroad Company; John L. Blair; Early residents; City officials; Churches; Newspapers; Businesses; Societies; the various communities, and other items of interest. The booklet contains biographies of many residents of Washington County in 1882. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Some are lengthy, a few consist of only one or two lines. Where pictures are included (pix) follows the name. Biographical sketches include: Blair -- M. Ballard, John Connell, H. Castetter, L.S. Cook, E. Cook, C.C. Crowell, G.P. DeTemple, J.H. Dick, H. Grimm, Jesse T. Davis (pix),E.B. Hamilton, Frank Harrihan, E. Heinzerling, L.F. Hilton, J.H. Hungate, K.S. Johnson, William Krull, Thomas P. Lippincott & Co., J.W. Hayle, Matthiesen Bros., Chauncey McCoy, M.M. McKenney, H.W. McBride, J. Miller, Solomon Myers, E.H. Monroe (pix of business), W.W. Noyes, S.E. Omo, L.W. Olborn, F.R. Patterson, Alonzo Perkins, E.C. Pierce, Alex. Reed, W.S. Richards, Dr. A.J. Ryan, T.B. Seeley, E.L. Sharpneck, Henry Siert, G.C. Smith, John George Smith, Judge J.W. Tucker, F.S. Tucker, Edwin K. Turner, L.H. Turner, J.E. West, W.M. Wilkins, and M.V. Wilson; Arlington -- W.J. Crane, H.D. Dodendorf, Dr. S.J. Hadley, John Hammang, A.S. Morley, John Matles, C.Morley, R.E. Roberts, Shephard & Badger, O.N. Unthank, R.A. Whitford; Cuming City -- Nathan Bailey, Jacob Carter, L.R. Fletcher, N.N. Gould, J.C. Lippincott, Giles Mead, Samuel Warrick, and A.S. Warwick Fontenelle -- John Cuppy, W.R. Hamilton, Joseph Hammany, A.D. Lewis, Herman Scheer, Henry Sprick, Weber & Lewis; Fort Calhoun -- W.B. Beales, Allen Craig, J.B. Kuony, Peter Klindt, H.J. Rohwer, M.H.B. Rosenbalm, Charles Steffen P.N. Stilts, and C.H. Wulff; Herman -- Thomas B. Bailey, Turner Bailey, Chas Cross Jr., Dr. S.L. Dart, S. Osburn, W.W. Dorrell, James Fitch, J.H. Gove, T.C. Hungate, Charles Sellect, Leslie Watson; DeSota -- Edmund Humphries and John Spencer; Precinct addresses -- L.D. Cameron, S.W. Cushman, E.S. Gaylord, Herman H. Hovendick, S.E. Hurd, Hans A. Lamp, Frank Moore, James Parker, John Thompson, Louis Thorne, and and Thomas Wilson. The final part of the booklet contains a brief excerpt from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. This includes stops at Herman, Blair, De SotoBlair, and Arlington. Seller Inventory # 000654

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About this Item: Maxwell House Coffee - General Foods, New York. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. Prepared by Joseph Jacobs Jewish Market Organization in New York. Distributed by Maxwell House Coffee ('Kosher for Passover'). Bi-lingual, in English and in Hebrew, with illustrations of Passover practices during the Middle Ages and before. Not dated, but probably from the early 1950's. Contents printed on newsprint that has browned with age; a bit loose from staples. Old coffee ads on inner cover. Stapled Booklet. Seller Inventory # E1364

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the tri-county area of Dakota, Dixon and Wayne, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this NEW 27-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the topics included are: DAKOTA COUNTY: Soil, Streams, Geology, agriculture; Indians, "The Logan War", Hard times; Railroads, County Organization and early officials; the "washed-out" town of Omadi and its early settlers; Paper, extinct and surviving towns; Dakota City, the county seat; Other towns -- St. Johns, Jackson, Homer, Hubbard, Covington, Emerson, Summit; DIXON COUNTY: Topography, Geology, & Natural Productions; Indians, Early settlement, Hard times; County organization and officers; Railroads; Facks and Figures; Crimes and Casualties, the Dixon County "Volcano"; Ponca, the county seat -- early history, local associations; Other towns -- Wakefield, Martinsburgh, Logan Grove, New Castle, Ionia, Lime Creek, South Creek, Silver Ridge (and Silver Ridge Seminary), and others; WAYNE COUNTY: Description of area, Early Settlements, Organization, Crime, Incidents; La Porte; Wayne, the county seat; Other towns. Besides the many names mentioned in the history portion of the booklet, there are biographies of many residents. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Where pictures are included (pix) follows the name. Biographical sketches include: DAKOTA COUNTY: Dakota City-- Conrad Ambrecht, M.O. Ayers, Thomas C. Baird, A.H. Baker, John Blessing, David Boals, William Bouton, William Cheney, Dr. E.J. DeBell, D.C. Dibble, J.O. Fisher, Kelly W. Frazer, August T. Haase, William Lapsey, George Leamer, W.C. McBeath, Charles D. Martin, John Mitchell, John Naffziger, Pius Neff, J. Oesterling, Isaac Powers Jr., Eston Rush, John T. spencer, Henry Stott, James Stott, Samuel Whitehorn, Sumner Whittier, Dr. G.W. Wilkinson; St. John's -- John Boler; Jackson -- Joseph Brannan, D. Garvey, C.D. Ryan; Hubbard -- Harlon Baird, Charles C. Bliven, Samuel A. Combs, J.W. Davis, Anthony J. Meyers, Capt. C. O'Connor, Henry Ream, William Taylor, Col. J.F. Warner; Covington -- T. Carrabine; DIXON COUNTY: Ponca -- Edward Arnold, John B. Barnes, E.M. Bisbee, Thomas J. Canon, W.T. Chapman, M.V. Coats, G. Gamble, W.E. Gantt, Dennis Hurley, William Huse, E.H. Jones, R.H. Knapp, S.P. Mikesell, T.R. Orr, Patrick Scollard, Fred W. Sims, J.D. Smith, John Stough, Jacob Thum, T.C. West, T.J. Welty, T.R. Williams & Co., B.W. Wood; Martinsburgh -- John Duren, Martin Lockwood, J. Martin, David Murphy, William Witham; Other places -- R. Burgess, C.M. Crowell; DIXON COUNTY: La Porte --William P. Agler, Enoch Hunter, C.E. Hunter, A.S. Miner; Wayne -- C.C. Brown, James Britton, John T. Bressler, Arthur P. Childs, Paul Englisch, Charles Johnson, J.A. Lindley, J.L. Merriam, E. F. Morris, D.C. Patterson. The final part of the booklet is excerpted from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State. It includes brief tour stops at Dakota City, Homer and the proposed Lewis and Clark National Park and Bird Sanctuary, South Sioux City and Wayne. We've also included a small map of the four counties from the 1882 book and some current statistics. Seller Inventory # 000635

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Outagamie County, WI, are recalled through in this meaty little booklet, filled with local history and biographies of prominent residents. The information comes from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. This New 28 page booklet is photocopied single-sided on 60 pound 8 1/2" x 11" opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. We've enlarged the Outagamie County area of a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include:Outagamie County Appleton (part) (County Seat), Bear Creek, Black Creek, Bovina, Buchanan, Center, Cicero, Combined Locks, Dale, Deer Creek, Ellington, Freedom, Grand Chute, Greenville, Hortonia, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Liberty, Little Chute, Maine, Maple Creek, Medina, New London (part), Nichols, Oneida, Osborn, Seymour, Shiocton, Vandenbroek. (Some are not be mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources, County Organization, early population figures; County Seat at Grand Chute?; Wolf bounties and other early legistlative matters; Early officials; Outagamie participation in the Civil War; Appleton and Lawrence University; Developing Water Power; Railroad Facilities; Appleton Schools, Newspapers, Churches, Banks, and Secret Societies; Businesses, including Kimberly & Clark; Appleton Paper and Pulp Co., Atlas Paper Company, etc.; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are: August Ledyard Smith, A. Galpin Jr., E.C. Goff, George A. Farwell, H.J. Rogers, C.B. Clark, O.W. Clark, G.N. Richmond, C.P. Richmong, J.B. Berge, D.J. Woodard, G.D. Rowell, A.D. Flemming, John Flemming, A.B. Briggs, B. Beveridge Jr., J. H. Marston, C. A. Beveridge, Daniel Jones, Thomas Patton, T.W. Brown, H.M. Billings, H.D. Smith, Alfred Galpin, A.S. Galpin, G. Galpin, J.G. Gorgan, W.W. Hutchinson, J.F. Harwood, M.T. Boult, S.K. Wambold, O.P. Conklin, C.G. Adkins, Rev. J.B. Andrews, D.B. Bailey, G.E. Bailey, F.E. Wright, Louis Buonini, John B. Carey, A.L. Collins, Col. Theodore Conkey, A.H. Conkey, F.W. Briggs, William Comerford, Evan Edwards, P. Bonaventura Frey, Porter J. Gates, Rev. S. N. Griffith, J.E. Harriman, George C. Jones, Joseph Koffend, Welcome Hyde, John A. Leith, Dr. A.H. Levings, H.W. Meyer, George M. Miller, A. Nitschke, Julius Peerenboom, Jacob Kober, L.B. Pennock, C. J. Pettibone, George F. Peabody, H. Pierce, Dr. J.T. Reeve, Alexander J. Reid, Jacob Regenfuss, H.D. Ryan, Samuel Ryan, James Ryan, W.A. Siekman, Dr. Emory Stansbury, Rev. F. Tanguay, Louis Toepel, L.S. Townsend, Rev. George Vernor, S. K. Walmbold, S.S. Shaver, H.F. Weise, J.C. Weissenborn, Mathias Werner, Edward West, B.C. Wolter, H.W. Carter, S. Fairbanks, Timothy Heenan, Hector McKay, Patrick Morrisey, Alex Ross, William Verity, William Vaughan, D.J. Brothers, H.A. Frambach, John Stovekin, W.H. Gray, Geele & Thamer, Henry & Charlesworth, G.F. Kelso, George W. Lawe, Augustus Phillips, A.L. Reuter, Peter Reuter, Otto Brehmer, Louis Conklin, Fred Rex, Mrs. Lucius Collar, James H. McMurdo, John McMurdo Jr., C.H. Ware, Mrs. Elizabeth Batley, James Campion, Patrick Cotter, Michael Gainor, John Leith, Steven McCarty, Gaius Sibley, Henry Leppla, L.B. Mills, Louis Perrot, Fred Koss, Alex McCoy, Edwin Nye, William Randerson, John Schwartz, William Souders, Chris. Walter, N.S. Conklin, James Simpson, and Fred Hyde. Seller Inventory # 000422

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. New 32 Page Booklet. Early days in Minnesota's Big Stone, Traverse & Grant Counties are recalled in this spiral bound booklet reprinted from the rare 1882 book: History of the Minnesota Valley, by the Rev. Edward D. Neill, with additions from the WPA's Minnesota, a State Guide. The booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The booklet contains information on the following communities: Big Stone County -- Ortonville, Odessa, Big Stone, Prior, Graceville, Browns Valley, Bay View, Tokua, Almond, Malta, Otrey, Artichoke, Akron; Traverse County -- Village of Browns Valley; Grant County -- Elbow Lake; and the Sisseton and Wahpeton Indian Reservation. Among the many subjects discussed are: Physical Features, such as Artichoke and Big Stone Lakes; Ole Bolsta, Jacob Hurly, C.K. Orton, Robert "Red Head" Dickson, Walter Steers, Joseph R. Brown, Solomon Robert, Moses Mireau, and other early settlers;Early public officials and legal actions questioning the legality of the county organization; County and/or community "firsts," such as the first store, first marriage, first church services, first death, first birth, first school, etc.; Railroad's arrival; the "Helen Balch" steamboat; Boundary markers between MN and Dakota territory; Traverse County Seat Location Dispute; Early Newspapers; Churches and Schools; Early Banks, hotels and other businesses and industries; Devastating fire in 1879; Organizations, such as the Masons and the Musical and Dramatic Society; and other bits of history and trivia. There are mini biographies of prominent residents in the various towns, as well as many other names throughout the booklet. The WPA excerpts, published in 1938 concern the Browns Valley Man, a famous Minnesota skeleton found in the 1930s, Sam Brown State Park and an update on Ortonville. Seller Inventory # 000049

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the four-county area of Greeley, Howard, Sherman & Valley, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this NEW 34-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the topics included are: GREELEY COUNTY: Natural features; Early History; Progress of the county; Organization and officials; Scotia, the county seat at the time; O'Connor; Spaulding; HOWARD COUNTY: Natural features and products; First settlements; organization; Early history; Howard County in 1874; Gov. Brisbin's statistics; Progress of the County; the Flood of 1881; the Murder of Lubin Paxton; Present conditions of the County (1882); St. Paul, the county seat -- early history, improvements, afrightful tragedy, newspapers, societies, churches; Dannebrog; St. Libory ; SHERMAN COUNTY: Location; Early History and Hardships; First Murder Trial; Progress and Prosperity; County Matters; Loup City, the county seat-- early history, O.B. Willard and Mrs. Allie C. Willard; VALLEY COUNTY: Description; Early History; "Firsts"; Organization and Elections; Progress of the County; Ord, the county seat -- early history, local matters; North Loup -- early history. Besides the many names mentioned in the history portion of the booklet, there are biographies of many residents. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Where pictures are included (pix) follows the name. Biographical sketches include: GREELEY COUNTY: Scotia -- Judge John J. Bean, S.W. Bilyeu, S.E. Horton, David Moore, Ed Wright; O'Connor -- T.C. Phelan, A.M. Thayer, T.P. Lanigan;; HOWARD COUNTY: St. Paul -- Paul Anderson, John Barzynski, W.A. Bell, B.F. Bisbing, Enoch S. Chadwick, J.L. Bryan, William H.C. Chinn, Thomas Darnall, H.M. Deegan, J.C. Fleming, L. Fleming, Dr. E.R. Fletcher (pix), Henry Friend, O.M. Goldsberry, James P. Gordon, Henry Hansen, R. Harvey, Harry Hill, Charles Jackson, Peter Johnson, Anthony Jacobson, A.A. Kendall, O.M. Knipple, J.C. Lewis, Thompson McNabb, George Norton, Henry Nunn, J.N. Paul (pix), N.J. Paul (pix), John C. Phillips, C.C. Robinson, G.W. Scott, T.R. Wallace, Charles Wasmer; SHERMAN COUNTY: Loup City -- William Benschoter, M.A. Hartley, E.S. Hayhurst, C.H.E. Heath, John Hogue, Judge George W. Hunter, E.G. Kriechbaum, W.H. Lalk, R.J. Nightingale, C.J. Odendahl, Cyrus E. Rosseter, Joel R. Scott, Robert Taylor, Charles E. Waite, Aaron Wall, John Wall; Wilhelmshohe -- Jacob Albers; Cedarville -- R.C. Hardin; VALLEY COUNTY: Ord -- H.A. Babco, D.C. Bell, John Case, E.M. Coffin, L.A. Ellis, J.B. Gillespie, H.M. Grimes, Dr. F.D. Haldman, Fred L. Harris, Dr. Joseph M Klinker, D.J. Martz, R.F. Milford, Peter Mortensen, Henry W. Nelson, A.M. Robbins, A.D. Robinson, H.G. Rogers, Edward D. Satterlee, Joseph Slobodny, G.H. Stover, Herbert Thurston, Homer A. Walker, B.C. White, J.C. White, W.H. Williams; North Loup -- Charles W. Allen, Oscar Babcock, Dr. Charles Badger, Nehemiah Bee, S.A. Parks, Thomas L. Bedlon, John Sheldon, S.C. Terry, Charles H. Wellman. The final part of the booklet is excerpted from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State. There are brief tour stops in Greeley, St. Paul, Elba, Loup City, and Hazard. We've also included a small map of the four counties from the 1882 book and some current statistics. Seller Inventory # 000640

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Saunders County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 36-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: Topography and Geology; First settlers and Early History; Reminiscences of the past by Moses Stocking; Creeks of Saunders County; Political History; County Organization and names of officials; County Progress up to 1882; Education; the town of Wahoo (county seat) -- its history, officials, churches, schools, businesses and societies; Ashland -- government, business interests, schools, societies, churches; Valparaiso -- history, Sherman Post, GAR; Clear Creek and other areas. The booklet contains biographies of many residents of Colfax County in 1882. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: WAHOO -- John B. Allen, Henry Anderson (pix), N.H. Barnes, Erand H. Baxter, Charles P. Beebe, John Beermaker, Nelson H. Bell, Olof Berggren, Ole R. Brodboll, Andrew F. Carlson, Samuel G. Chaney, Clay C. Clifton, Joel D. Cook, Curtis M. Copp, David P. Cummings, Rev. William Davis, H.H. Dorsey (pix), William H. Dickinson (pix), John Ekeley, Emil Fisher, John Gaskin, J.R. Gilkeson, Darwin C. Hall, Anton Jausa, Charles S. Johnson, Henry Johnson, Joseph & Grafe, Randall H. Knapp, Joseph Ledvina, James M. Lee, John R. Lee, Christopher E. Littibridge, John O. Lindh, Joseph Manners, Daniel McClennan, Isaac R. Mengel, Dr. R.B. Morton, John Newlean, Otto Ostenberg, Jacob Ort, Charles Perky, Douglas R. Phelps, Isaac E. Phelps, Jacob C. Polsley, Thomas Rance, Thomas W. Riddle, James A. Smith, Dr. Melville W. Stone, Steen Brothers hardware, James B. Sturdevant, George H. Stocking, F.M. Stratton, Augustus W. Vandeman; ASHLAND -- Samuel S. Abbott, joseph Arnold, John P. Aughe, William G. Bentley, Samuel G. Bryan, William J. Butt, Lyman R. Brush, Albert B. Chamberlain, Benjamin S. Clark, Capt. John K. Clarke, Daniel D. Cooley, Henry W. Curtis, James Danley, David Dean, Josiah J. Deck, Col. Rodney Dexter, Abel B. Fuller, Henry M. Flanders, Dr. Richard Gray, Charles B. Hackney, Samuel B. Hall, James R. Hayword, Edward W. Hutchison, Alex E. Jenks, Jacob Johnson, Jacob A. Jury, John Kriegelstein, Dr. Alex S. Mansfielde (pix), Frank W. McIntyre, George N. Mulertz, Silas H. Nichols, Hiram J. Paddock, William C. Patton, Dr. Elwin M. Park, James I. PAul, Orion A. Pierce, Russel D. Pine, Lorean M. Putney, Jacob Saunders, William P. Snell, Joseph Stambaugh, Alexander Taylor, James Thomas, James Tyler, Reuben L. Warbritton, Theodore B. Wilson, Lewis D. Wolven; VALPARAISO -- Henry Bates, Elijah Beach, William Bays, Daniel M. Deane, Joshua P. Gibbons, Marsilliat B. Giffin, Iver Jensen, Rodney K. Johnson (pix), Andrew Johnson, Charles J. McFarland, LaFayette McDerby, Edwin B. Phelps, George W. Saunders, Henry E. Throop, Charles C. White, George Worley, and Thomas D. Worrall; OTHERS -- John Bartek, Rev. Edmund Bird, Peter Campbell, Joseph M. Chapman, Joseph Collins, Cyrus Condit, John Fleming, John France, Robert A. Heaton, John M. Hedge, Peter Kasti, James Keay, William A. Knapp, Peter R. McCoy, William H. Mead, August Mielenz, Samuel Naylor, Charles Ostenberg, Moses Pardis, John Peters, Charles W. Phelps, Isaac N. Phelps, John F. Roll, Milton M. Runyon, Henry C. Stevens, Richard H. Thomas The final part of the booklet contains a brief excerpt from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. Tours make brief stops at Cedar Bluffs, Yutan, Leshara, Luther College, As. Seller Inventory # 000651

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Marinette County, WI, and Menominee, Michigan, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, historic data and individual biographies in this NEW 37 page 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, photocopied single-sided on 60 # opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. The information comes from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. We've enlarged the area on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Amberg, Athelstane, Beaver, Beecher, Coleman, Crivitz, Dunbar, Goodman, Grover, Lake, Marinette (County Seat), Middle Inlet, Niagara, Pembine, Peshtigo, Porterfield, Pound, Silver Cliff, Stephenson, Wagner, and Wausaukee. (Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources; Organization of Marinette County and a list of county officials; Indian traders -- Louis Chappee (Chappieu), William Farnsworth, and the remarkable "Marinette" for whom the county was named; the first saw-mills; the Great Fire and tornado of 1871; Relief after the fire; Newspapers; Churches; Societies; Manufacturers; Skeches of Marinette and Menominee; the Iron Industires; the Harbor at Menominee; John Quimby, one of the "fathers of Menominee"; the close ties between Menominee and Marinette; John G. Kittson, Menominee pioneer; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are: (last names alphabetical by first letter only): S.W. Abbott, Rev. J. R. Andrews, A.P. Anderson, John Aschen, Edgar Annis, F.J. Bartels (pix), Marcus H. Bice, Martin Bies, L.C. Brown, William Benthouse, A.Z. Bird, Harlan P. Bird, James Weston Bird, William Blom, W.G. Boswell, J.R. Brooks, John B. Bushey, D.O. Babbitt, William S. Baker, Anton Bartol, J. Brinnan, A.C. Brown (pix), George H. Cannon, George Clark, Nicholas Caviot, Richard Chapman, A.M. Cholette, Samuel Curtin, Leon Cota, W.H. Crosby, David Divost, J.B. Dawson, Thomas Denis, Henry Drees, John Dunlap, Charles C. Daily, E.D. Ellis, William A. Ellis (pix), Harvey England, M.H. Engler, Charles J. Ellis (pix), Joseph Enderlin, George Evenson, Henry Erbe, Andrus Eveland, John J. Farrier, Henry O. Fifield, Joseph Fleshiem, Max Forvilly, C.M. Fairchild, A.M. Fairchild (pix), Philip Fetterly, Albert Geartts, W.C. Green, P.R. Greene, James Glass, J.W. Gould, B. Grandeau, Achille Granger, J.A. Griffin, Andrew Gram, Nels P. Gram, Roland Harris, Edward Hatton, Dr. John F. Hicks, A.H. Hill, William Holmes, Matthew Horrocks, George Horvath, Conrad L. Hoska, Levi Hale, B.F. Harper, David Henry, Robert A. Hurd, Josh Hodgins, J.P. Hodgins, Amos Holgate, A.F. Hoska, John Heines, George Innes, L. Jackman, C.H. Jones, Joseph Juttner, C. R. Johnston, George T. Johnstone, Arthur Jones, Dr. S. P. Jones, Frank Jacobs, John G. Kusterer, George LaFond, James E. Leeson, J.W.P. Lombard, H.M. Longhead, John O. Lindquist, Capt. A.V. Lindquist, Capt. P.A. Lindquist, J. W. Loughrey, George Laisure, E.B. Lebbond, Levi Leslie, S.G. Lister, Anton Laduke, George Law, William Lehmann, Leisen and Heines, Albert Leonard, John Lepage, Louis Leveque, Phil Lisiecki, Philip Loewenstein, Andrew McIvers, Charles McLeod, Henry E. Martin, James A. Morrison, Jacob Muth, Samuel McCullough, D.R. McDonald, William McFarland, F.E. McGraw, James McGregor, James L. Mellen, Charles J. Moore, Capt. Jno. P. Moore, Leonard Miller,William McCartney, J.J. McGillis, John McGloin, John McLennan, Dr. H.E. Mann, C. Marchant, Fred F. Martin, R.W. Merryman, A. Seller Inventory # 000419

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Butler County and Polk County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this New 41-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: BUTLER COUNTY: Physical character of the county; Early History; Early explorers, settlers and Indians, including Gen. John Fremont; Firsts -- birth, marriage and death; Organization of the county, County statistics; Roster of County officers; Schools, Railroads, Historical incidents, including a "bloodless war", a prairie fire, a grasshopper plague, and a trial of some Indian braves for murder; David City -- city officials, schools, churches, societies, and newspapers; Other towns, including Ulysses, Rising City, Brainard, Bellwood, and Savannah; and other items of interest; POLK COUNTY: Physical features of the county; Organization and Official Roster of county officials, School and property statistics, Osceola -- businesses, newspapers, schools, churches, secret societies; and brief precinct histories. The booklet contains biographies of many residents. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: BUTLER COUNTY: David City -- Fountain H. Angle, Ayres & McCollom, William G. Baston, Riley V. Beach, James Bell, DR. Ezra Bufkin, William M. Bunting, capt. Archabell F. Coon, Stephen Clingman, Frank Davis,Samuel N. Drew, John W. Eggner, James R. Fenlon, John W. Gross, Adam Hall, Joseph A. Harr, Charles E. Heweit, Allen Jillson, Henry W. Keller, Edward E. Leonard, James S. Maloy, Eli r. Manley, Matt Miller, Dr. Thomas J. Murphy, Fred W. Paddock, Dr. G. H. Peebles, Hubbell Pepper, Benjamin O. Perkins, Solomon Perkins, Jacob Reinhardt, George W. Reynolds, Jake C. Robberts, Willis T. Richardson, Louis Smith, Frank A. Snow, Eugene B. Taylor, Wilson A. Wells, Albert Wilde, William H. Westover, Lorenzo D. Wilgus, Henry Will, Eugene Wright, and Jacob C. Wunderlich; Ulysses --Edward Cooper, William D. Cox, William Crosby, Frank Dean, D.C. Harrison, Dr. Robert S. Hirsch, Henry Hoppe, Charles A. Howe, Gilalmous McCarty, George Miller, Hiram H. Miller, Hans Nelson, James B. Pardoe, James M. Palmer, George Reed, Robert Reed, Richard M. Sibbert, Adam E. Spurck, William H. Stone, Lewis Swanson, Dr. S.T.W. Thrapp, and Mc D. Towner; Rising City -- Mrs. Anna E. Bruce, Wright W. Catlin, James W. Combs, Alex P. Day, Dr. F. Engelhard, Stephen W. Ferguson, Erasmus Grubb, James O. Hurd, Ambrose H. Jones, John C. Pazton, Samuel W. Rising, Albert W. Rising, Col. Aurelius Roberts, William N. Thomas, Edmund Thelen, Charles E. Verity, Day O. Verity, Lucius A. Warren, and Frederick E. Wilson; Brainard -- Albert H. Ashald, James D. Brown, Charles Fledman, John R. Fox, Albert M. Fleek, John Groves, Warren E. Jacobs, William C. Jones, Thomas Logan, Mathew B. Morgan, Samuel S. McElvain, and Benjamin F. Showalter; Bellwood -- Jesse D. Bell, Dr. Samuel L. Brown, Charles W. Derby, Joseph H. Derby, John E. Kellogg, John W. McDonald, Capt. Miles Warren, and William L. Warren; Rural Addresses -- James P. Dunlap, David R. Gardner, David Read, and Clark Sterns. POLK COUNTY: Osceola -- Charles W. Aikins, Herbert T. Arnold, Rev. Simon Barrows, Lewis A. Beltzer, Henry C. and Ada M. Bittenbender, Lyman J. Blowers (pix, pix of home), Benjamin F. Buffington, John F. Campbell, George H. Carmine, John Eckert (pix of his hotel), David Foy, Sluman M. French, Edward W. Havey, Daniel W. Huffman, Rev. Chester C. Humphrey, Alexander N. Jay, I.F. Kelley, Edwin L. King, George W. Kinyon, Charles W. Kyle, William E. Loring, Henry Mahan, G.M. Seller Inventory # 000624

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Joseph Jacob

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Jean-Joseph Boillot et Stanislas Dembinski

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Miller County, AR, are recalled in this 44-page spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1890 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 8.5" x 11" booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: Natural Resources, Drainage, Minerals, Pioneers, Squatters, Spectulators, and Permanent Settlers, Judges and attorneys, Court cases, , List of Entries, County Organization, County officials, Railroads, the Civil War period, Texarkana, Rondo, Bright Star and other communities, Schools, Churches, and Newspapers. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: B.W. Adams, W.J. Allen, John Armstrong, Jacob Bickly, James Blanton, A.S. Blythe, Judge L.A. Byrne, Joseph Cook, C.C. Dorrian, William Ferguson, Ben Foreman, Martin Forster, James Frost, James Goodwin, Dr. R.L. Grant, Edward Hemperley, William Hicks, William Hooper, Napoleon Hutt, Henry King, W.S. McCright, Richard Mays, Jason Paulk, Oliver C. Porter, Capt. William Roberts, E.A. Schicker, Barnett Sexton, John Sheppard, Stephen Thomas Slay, John Towery, E.A. Warren, Dr. H.R. Webster, Evans Whetstone, Rev. John Winham, Judge James Yates, . The WPA section gives a bit of history along with points of interest and a map of southern Arkansas. Included is a separate section on Texarkana. Seller Inventory # 000796

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Sherman, Sanford N., Managing Editor.

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About this Item: National Conference of Jewish Communal Service, Albany, New York, 1987. Softbound. Condition: Very Good. Royal octavo, paper covers, 273-344 pp., index Volume 63 (1986-87). Articles are "An Ideology for American jews - An Essay Review of 'Israel: The Ever-Dying People and Other Essays,' by Simon Rawidowicz, edited by Benjamin C.I. Ravid," Bernard Resiman, "Foundations: Their Actual and Potential Influence on Jewish Communal Life," Melvin B. Mogulof, "Managing the Jewish Communal Enterprise: Changing Expectations and New Directions," Jeffrey Solomon, "Training Staff to Support a Jewish Milieu," Jacob Reingold, Audrey S. Weiner, and Rochel U. Berman, "Implications of Chaging Roles of men and Women for the Delivery of Services," Rela Geffen Monson, "Paternalism - the Jewish Dimensions," Ruben Schindler, "A Role for Community Relations Organizations in Public Education," Susan Behrend, "The Elderly in an Aging and Shrinking Jewish Community: Cape Town, South Africa," Joseph Katan and Yael Stein, "Fact and Opinion," Samuel Spiegler, "And From Other Journals," edited by Herbert Millman. Seller Inventory # 70508

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Hamanaka, Sheila

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About this Item: Clarion Books, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 1995. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. full color glossy illustrated hardbound 4to (quarto). large book. . fine cond. . binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in near fine cond dust wrapper not worn or torn or price clipped. nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~ first edition. first printing ( # 1 in # line). illustrated title pg. 144p. glossy pages throughout. full color full page illustrations throughout. about the contributors. bibliography of resource materials. peace organizations. copyright credits. world history. world war ii. history of japan. peace movement. anti~war movement. ~ Children of today face the greatest challenge humanity has ever known: creating a world in which every man, woman, and child has the opportunity to live in peace. Throughout history, war has been the method of choice to resolve arguments over borders, injustices, ideologies, religions' and numerous other passionately held beliefs. The heroes of history have been the brave men and women who have risked their lives to fight their countries' battles. Events of the twentieth century have brought changes that now make going to war, for any reason, obsolete. The heroes of the twenty~first century will be men and women who find alternatives to war. These people are children today. This book is dedicated to the memory of the people who died at Hiroshima and Nagasaki when the United States demonstrated the powerful destructive force of the atomic bomb. In the years since August 6 and 9, 1945, even more powerful nuclear weapons have been developed~enough to destroy the entire planet in a matter of minutes. Hiroshima and Nagasaki remind us why we must work for peace. THE CONTRIBUTORS TO On the Wings of Peace ARE: Marjorie Agosin ¿ Tomie Arai .Marshall Arisman ¿ Barbara Bedway. Joseph Bruchac ¿ Ashley Bryan. Diana Bryan ¿ Nancy Carpenter. Omar S. Castaneda ¿ Peter Catalanotto. Peter E. Clarke + Carny Condon .Amy Cordova + Niki Daly .Edwidge Danticat + Robert Del Tredici. Leo and Diane Dillon ¿ Jean Durandisse. Tom Feelings + Shinya Fukatsu Nikki Grimes + Bent Haller Sheila Hamanaka + Paul Hunt. Murv Jacob + Michio Kaku. Miya Kanzaki + Hushang Moradi Kermani .Jessica Krause + Setsu Kunii. Dom Lee + Marie G. Lee. George Levenson + George Littlechild. Ana Maria Machado ¿ Kam Mak Iri and Toshi Maruki ¿ Milton Meltzer. Wendell Minor ¿ Greg Mitchell .Ken Mochizuki ¿ Kyoko Mori. Junko Morimoto ¿ Paul Morin. Walter Dean Myers ¿ Keiko Narahashi. Rafal Olbmski + Katherine Paterson . Jerry Pinkney ¿ James E. Ransome. T. I. Reddy ¿ Enrique O. Sanchez. Laila Shawa ¿ Virginia Driving. Hawk Sneve. Rigoberta Menchu Tum ¿ Martin Waddell. Yoke Kawashima Watkins ¿ Bruce Weinstock. Nobuhiko Yabuki + Ed Young. Seller Inventory # 003131

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Hancock County and Hawkins County in East Tennessee are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from the 1886 book: History of Tennessee, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and other sources. The 48-page booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The county seats are: Sneedville in Hancock County and Rogersville in Hawkins County. The first part of the booklet concerns the history of: Hancock County --Geography and geology; Early Settlers --Jonas Loughmiller, William McGee, Enos Matthias and others; First structures in the county; Greasy Rock Academy; Organization of the county and early county buildings; Sheriffs, Court clerks, Registers and Trustees; Greasy Rock Academy; etc.; and Hawkins County -- Geography; Surnames of Early Pioneers -- Long, Love, Kincaid, Mulkey, Carter, Parker, and others; Organization of the county; Indian activities; Circuit court and first grand jury; Story of a boy who lost his shirt, but saved his scalp; Criminal cases and Executions; Pleasant M. Miller and Judge Samuel Powell; Early attorneys; Joseph Rogers and Robersville; the Rogers and Hogan store; the Rogersville Tennessee Bank and other businesses; the Knoxville Gazette's first home; Schools, churches and lodges; Sheriffs, Court clerks, Registers and Trustees, and so forth. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Hancock County -- JosephW. Baker, Jonathan Bales, Isaac W. Campbell, Dr. Robert S. Campbell, Rev. George W. Coleman, Alexander and Mary (Gouger) Davis, Rev. George W. Davis, Elbert T. Day, Berton J. Drinnon, Robert D. Greene, Hiram Herd, Lewis M. Jarvis, Ewell and Elizabeth (McCoy) Jordan, A.B. Kesterson, William J. K. Lawson, Wyles L. McCoy, Jesse P. Nichols, Isaac Parkey, Exra M. Quillen, W.G. Seal, Capt. William P. Testerman, Sampson Williams, W.T. Wolfe, and Capt. Gideon Wolfe; Hawkins County -- Capt. William L. Armstrong, Henry C. Armstrong, William M. Arnott, Ellis Cocke, William M. Francisco, Dr. Samuel H. Gault, William P. Gillenwaters, John M. Gray, Lewis W. Guthrie, Philip S. Hale, Jacob Hamilton, Rufus Hunter, Robert M. Kyle, Thomas Lee, William W. Legg, William F. Lyons, Capt. Clinton G. Lyons, Luther B. Lyons, Dr. Richard P. Mitchell, John R. Moore, Thomas J. Parrott, P.L. Pearson, William S. Phipps, J.M. Phipps, William H. Price, William T. Robertson, Andrew D. Simpson, Alexander Smith, Christopher C. Spears, John E. Starnes, David C. Tunnell, Edward Watterson, William H. Watterson, James White, and James Wright. Brief excerpts from Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster, and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939, are included. Tour stops include Rotherwood, the Home for Superannuated Printing Pressmen, and Rogersville. There's also a 6-page section on Kingsport, part of which in in Hawkins County. Seller Inventory # 000488

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint Leavenworth. Early days in Polk County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri , originally published by /the Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1889. The 96-page spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is photocopie on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. (Booklets for the other counties mentioned in the title are or soon will be available.) Communities mentioned in the booklet include: Bolivar (County Seat), Humansville, Morrisville, Fair Play, Pleasant Hope, New Market, Sac Township, Marion Twp, Jackson Twp, Washington Twp, Morgan Twp, Shelby Twp, Mooney Twp, Van Buren Twp, Miller Twp, Benton Twp, Jasper Twp, Greene Twp, Tyler Twp, Looney Twp, Johnson Twp, Jefferson Twp, Campbell Twp, and others. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Topography, Streams, Geology, Caves, Minerals, Springs, Climate, Agricultural products; First White Settlers; Reminiscences; Public Lands and Land Entries (lots of names); County and Township Organizations; Courts and members of the Bar; Railroads; Medical Profession; Agricultural Society; County Officials; Mexican War; Kansas Difficulties; the Civil War -- 15th Regiment US Reserve Corps, 8th Cavalry, 26th Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia, 15th Missouri Cavalry; Confederate Organizations; Guerrilla Warfare; Towns and Villages -- societies, newspapers, etc; Southwest Baptist College, Morrisville College, Churches; Schools; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most include parents, spouse, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Flavius A. Affleck, Capt. James J. Akard, C.L. Allen, Joseph R. Allison, John B. Appleby, Judge Benjamin W. Appleby, G.B. Austin, Alvin A. Ayers, Judge J.B. Barnett, Richard B. Beck, S. J. Blair, Benjamin H. Bond, Hugh Brittain, Henry Brown, John W. Burks, William F. Burnes, C.C. Burrell, John P. Campbell, William Cary, Harry L. Cary, James Clark, David S. Clark, Washington D. Coats, Dr. Samuel W. Cossins, W.R. Cowan, Thomas W. Cunnyngham, James H.W. Cunnyngham, Edward H. Devin, Dr. William G. Drake, Judge Thomas H.B. Dunnegan, M.W. Easley, James B. Easley, Rev. John B. Ellis, Jacob L. Ewing, Morris A. Ewing, Dr. John W. Farmer, Daniel W. Faulkner, Jeremiah M. Fisher, W.N.C.C.A. Fox, Moses Gee, Samuel W. Gordon, Charles H. Grant, Thomas Greer, Dr. G. W. Griffin, Green Hadlock, Jefferson B. Hatler, Henry Ham, Dr. Caleb N. Headlee, William J. Hensley, Rev. Gideon H. Higginbotham, Joseph T. Higginbotham, Dr. Wellington S. Hopkins, Archibald Hopper, Atha Gregory Hudson, W.R. Hudson, John B. Ingram, Col. James W. Johnson, Richard M. Johnson, Dr. Isaac Marion Jones, James H. Justus, William C. Kelley, William H. Kelly, Asa Kerby, John Kim, J.H.H. Kincaid, Nelson N. Kinder, Charles Koch, Edward M. Lappin, Prof. Julius M. Leavitt, Robert N. Leith, A.H. Lewis, Dr. Jefferson Lemmon, John Lightfoot, Henry Lightfoot, Dr. James E. Loafman, William Lower, Capt. Foster J. McAdoo, Joseph McCracken, Henry Clay McCracken, W.H. McGuire, William A. McReynolds, Adam Clark May, Col. Sterling Brown Miles, Dr. John W. Miller, William B. Mitchell, Benjamin W. Mitchell, Austin A. Mitchell, D.A. Murphy, Dr. L.C. Neil, Dr. Elwood S. Odor, Nathan W. Okey, Ira O. Parrish, Jesse R. Payne, John W. Paynter, Prof. John Calvin Pike, Francis M. Pitts, William M. Potts, Alexander Ralph, Henegar Roberts, William S. Roberts, Dr. Joseph F. Roberts, Sebern Sallee Sr, A.F. Shriner, James G. Simpson, James P. Slagle, Seller Inventory # 000457

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Jefferson County and Saline County, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 48-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: Physical description of the county, Primitive Occupants, Early Settlers, IndianTroubles, Pioneer Events, County Organizations, County Seats, Criminal cases, Newspapers, Railroads, Doane College, Grasshopper plagues, fires, the press, the fire department, public buildings, banks, businesses, manufacturers, churches, and Secret Societies and colorful tales of early residents. Town histories include: Crete, Wilber, DeWitt, Dorchester, Friend, Pleasant Hill, Swan City, Western, Fairbury, Steele City, Reynolds, Meridian and Endicott. Claims to fame: Jefferson County claims to be located right in the center of the continental USA. It claims one of the most desperate battles ever waged on the continent. It claims to have been the "scene of many daring exploits by such legendary characters as Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill and others. The booklet contains a number of biographies. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: SALINE: Crete -- E.S. Abbott, S.L. Andrews, Jacob Bahner, A.J. Barragar, Barragar and Moore, W.H. Barstow, John Bathen, T.A.C. Beard, I.T. Benjamin, C.M. Burket, Peter Buenger, Anthony H. Chloupek, J.P, Clarey, Dr. A. Conrad, S.T. Corey, Thomas L. Dixon, D.T. Drake, Cenek Duras, Daniel A. Ferrier, A.S. Flint, F.I. Foss, H.S. Fuller, Isaac Goodin, George H. Hastings, Frank Johnson, J.R. Johnston, Frank Karten, B.C. Kerr, John Kersenbrock, F. Laders, George Long, John S. Lee, H.C. Merrick, T.H. Miller, J.R. Neill, David Brainerd Perry, James W. Rhine, Dr. A.D. Root, Eugene Schilling, James C. Smith, E.F. Stephens, George D. Stevens, John L. Tidball, Thomas Toogood, and V.C. Toogood; Wilbur -- S.S. Alley, Dr. Levi Anthony, Fred S. Baker, J.W. Beeney, Tobias Castor, Henry Clark, John W. Clark, H.W. Cole, Ed. Connell, H.H. Coonen, J.K. Corey, Dr. L.E. Goodell, J.H. Grimm, J.H. Hardy, James Harvey, W.L. Hayes, Fred Herman, S.J. Herman, Capt. J.S. Hunt, J.H. James, Dr. B.F. Jones, Edward C. Kellogg, J.T. Lane, James Ledwich, William Leeper, C.B. McGregor, A.G. Mallat, William H. Mann, C.W. Meeker, J.A. Paddock, Dr. B.C. Parker, H. Cole, F.V. Shabata, H.B. Simpson, John F. Spirk, D.R. Tripp, J.N. Van Duyn, Peter Waldrof, William Waldorf, A.G. Wilber, John Zwoneckek, W.G. Storms; DeWitt -- M.A. Crane, Dr. L.J. Cross, John Denny, Dr. J.K.L. Duncan, William J. Dunn, Dr. C.E. Elder, John Gilbert, E. Hastings, Ira Moulton, E.E. Mattocks, J.R. Nelson, George A. Hunt, Dr. D.R. Pelton, H. D. Rogers, W.H. Staley, Frank M. Suiter, and Joseph Suiter; Dorchester -- N.B. Alley, Dr. W.R. Bolding, J.H. Clark, P.D. Cooper, Thomas Jarrett, R. McManus, John Oberlies, W.H. Pallett, Samuel G. Panter, T.B. Parker, W.C. Parker, Jasper Riggs, C.F. Secord, John Thomas, J.C. Thurston, W.R. Toole, and Samuel Windrem; Friend -- A.L. Bass, Jacob Briemer, T.C. Callahan, Dr. J.W. Dorwart, L.D. Fletcher, John O. Frantz, C.E. Friend, J.W. Gilbert, Dr. W.H. Hewit, T. H. Kelley, Mathew McDougall, A.M. Miller, Nelson C. Miller, H.F. Morton, L.H. Page, William Porter, George F. Swayer, Charles Whitney, Edward Whitcomb and Francis M. Woodruff; Pleasant Hill -- W.B. Smith and W.L. Turner; Western -- James McCreede. JEFFERSON: Fairbury -- C.C. Boyle, H. Clapp, H.D. Clark, George Cross, Mason Cregg, Col. Thomas Harbine, J.D. Hubble, James Ireland, D.C. Jenkins, Emil Lange, G.S. Merritt, H.D. Merrill, Benjamin L. Purdy, Seller Inventory # 000643

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About this Item: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Faulkner County, AR, are recalled in this spiral-bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Pulaski, Jefferson, Lonoke, Faulkner, Grant, Saline, Perry, Garland and Hot Spring Counties, Arkansas (1886), and from Arkansas, A Guide to the State, a 1941 WPA publication. The 49-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: Organization of county from parts of Pulaski and Conway counties; names of various officials -- judges, sheriffs, treasurers, coroners, surveyors, assessors, state representatives, convention delegates, etc; Selection of a county seat; Court houses; Physical Features, including the Arkansas River; Geology; Agriculture; Early settlers -- John Standlee, John C. Benedict, the Wyley brothers, John McElmurray, Benjamin Murphy and many others; the Railroad; Courts and attorneys; Civil War days; the town of Conway; Pinnacle Springs, a noted health resort; Schools and churches; etc. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: William H. Adams, Franklin C. Bartlett, G.W. Bruce, George T. Clifton, C.W. Cox, Dr. Uriah G. Dickens, Barzalia Elliott, Green Berry Evans, Benjamin S. Farrow, Joseph J. Fowler, Samuel Franenthal, David R.B. Greenlee, L.B. Griffing, Thomas J. Higgs, George Green Howard, Dr. John Joseph Jones, Dr. J.F. Kincheloe, Adam F. Kuykendall, Levi N. Lee, Louis C. Lincoln, A.S. Lind, D.P. Loretz, J.E. Martin, Edward Munroe Merriman, J.R. Miller, Jacob A. Phillips, Col. A.P. Robinson, Joseph Rodan, Jacob Sansom, Alexander Showalter, Thomas Springer, Esley P. Stone, M.R.H. Taylor, J.W. Underhill, Dr. H.B. Wear, J.R. Williams, H. Bailey Wilson and Col. A.R. Witt. The WPA section includes stops at Conway, home of three colleges, the Missouri Pacific Tunnel, and Cedar Park, site of Cadron, which once rivaled Little Rock, and a small map of the area. Seller Inventory # 000737

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Adams County, Nebraska, including the City of Hastings, are recalled in this New 50-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Some of the places mentioned in the booklet include: Hastings (county seat), Inland, Juniata, Ayr, Kenesaw, Millington, Ludlow, Hazel Dell, Mayflower, Kingston, Morseville and Rosedale. Among the many subjects included are: physical features of the county, such as the Little Blue River; early settlers, such as Mortimer Kress, known as Wild Bill, and Jerome Fouts, better known as California Joe; Indian troubles; Organization of the county with the names of early officials; two instances of homicide; First death in the county and other firsts; Railroads; Manufacturers, newspapers, and Banks; Spirited competition over the location of the county seat; County poor farm; Grasshoppers; Agricultural society and other societies, often with names of officers; Farmers Alliance; Public Schools and Churches; Fire Department and Telephone Exchange; and other items of interest. The booklet contains biographies of many prominent residents. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches are given for: Hastings -- John M. Abbott, Samuel Alexander, John J. Anstrom, R.D. Babcock, John F. Ballinger, Silas M. Bates, Robert A. Batty, Fred. J. Benedict, A.W. Binderup, M. Birney, Fred H. Blake, Harry Brooks Borley, Burdick Hutton, Ambrose S. Campbell, Charles Cameron, Samuel Chancy, Benjamin Clark, Delavan S. Cole, George Crane, George W. Dade, Jesse H. Darnell, Lafayette Dominy, Jacob Fisher, Joseph N. Fountain, T.M. Foulks, Peter Fowlie, M.W. Freeman, Frank M. Frink, J.E. Gant, Rev. John W. Greenwood, L.J. Halsted, J.W. Harris, Levi P. Hawley, James B. Heartwell, Rev. S.H. Henderson, David H. Holmes, Hiram E. Houghtaling, F.P. Hoyt, O.C. Hubbell, William Hudson, Jacob Huf, George T. Hutchinson, John G. Iddiols, A.B. Ideson, John C. Ideson, John Jackson, Svend Johnson, Bartholomew Kernan, James Laird, Herman Lepin, Miles K. Lewis, Davis Lowman, W.H. Lynn, James W. Marquis, Robert McClellan, William R. McCully, David M. McElhinney, Miss Lucy A. McFadden, M.M. McGrew, Rev. John H. Mize, John G. Moore, R.R. Morledge, Edwin N. Noyes, Isaac M. Norton, Oswald Oliver, F.L. Pade, L.B. Palmer, C.H. Paul, Frank Phillips, Gustavus D. Pierce, John Plank, George H. Pratt, Richard Rainforth, John J. Haymaker, C.B. Riggs, Charles C. Rittenhouse, L.A. Royce, James K. Sample, Joseph Scales, Joseph R. Sims, James Simeon, Henry W. Skinner, Benjamin F. Smith, Dr. Adams H. Sowers, C.B. Sperry, Rev. Jeremiah D. Stewart, N.V. Stine, Horace C. Thatcher, Jacob Thomas, L.H. Tower, Robert B. Tussey, J.H. Van DeMark, Myron Vanfleet, Andrew Veith, N. B. Vineyard, James Walling, S.J. Weigel, Martin F. Wallace, Jacob Wooster, John J. Wemple, George F. Wilkin, Alfred Woolman, and Abraham Yeazel; Juniata -- Winfield Ackley, John E. Adams, E.M. Allen, Peter Anderson, Robert Ash, Anson S. Austin, A.H. Brown, Judson Burwell, Spencer W. Clark, Albert V. Cole, William B. Cushing, Ira G. Dillon, David H. Freeman, M.K. Hutchinson, William L. Kilburn, Columbus A. Lane, J.W. Liveringhouse, Wilson D. Murray, James Newell, Lorenzo F. Picard, Samuel J. Shirley, Gurdon G. Sill, Jacob Swift, Le Grand B. Thorne, Frank E. Wilson, George Walker, and George Watkins; Ayr -- Samuel A. Bookwalter, James E. Bovard, Eli M. Burton, A. True Dyer, Gordon H. Edgerton, Thomas Edgington, Melville B. Foote, Albert N. Hall, Christian Koehler, W.W. Phar, James Ritcheson, Oliver C. Rogers, James S. Way, M. Weinberg, and A.L. West; Kenesaw -- H.D. Einsparr and John. Seller Inventory # 000626

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 102 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.2in.The ideal use of Jacobs Testimony includes having a leader supervise the readers progress through the resource. Because Jacobs Testimony is a teaching resource for use by individuals, families, churches and small groups and has separate editions for childrenyouth and adults. Each chapter includes Scripture reading and discussion questions. The ideal use of Jacobs Testimony includes having a leader supervise the readers progress through the resource. Readers will come to understand and appreciate what it means that God the Father is a living God and learn anew how popular accounts in the Old Testament were established by divine providence as the precursor to the advent of Jesus Christ. Leaders can purchase the separate Leaders Guide to enhance the readers progress. Teaching the Christian faith to children, young adults and those new to Christianity can be a daunting task. Many resources portray Jesus Christ as coming on the scene of an unfolding drama in the world, heroically reinvigorating those who believed in God, and showing us a whole new side of God. Other resources overlook the rich examples of Gods work in the world in the Old Testament. Jacobs Testimony demonstrates with Scripture that salvation through Jesus Christ had been planned long before His birth and that very few of His teachings were new. An in depth examination of the Old Testament lays the groundwork for the salvation and eternal life that are now available through Jesus Christ and the power that can be ours through the Holy Spirit. An examination of the New Testament ties the theology of salvation and faith back to the Old Testament at every step of the way. R. Joseph Ritter, Jr. CFP is the founder and president of Zacchaeus Financial Counseling, Inc. , a non-profit organization serving the financial planning and financial counseling needs of lower and middle income households. Joe received his Masters Degree in World Mission and Evangelism from Asbury Theological Seminary. His non-profit leadership and Christian ministry includes such past positions as Student Minister, Director of Outreach, volunteer Chaplain with Transport for Christ International, and co-founder of Community Chaplains Association, a non-profit organization ministering to residents of assisted-living and retirement facilities. He is the author of 25 Days of Christmas Devotional and Sacrifice and Submission in Marriage. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781490448701

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Pawnee County and Richardson in southeastern Nebraska are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 56-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the topics included are: PAWNEE COUNTY: Location, climate, minerals, etc.; Communication and transportation; Early Settlement and hardships; Names of settlers of 1856-1858; Governor David Butler with picture; a narrative by Judge J.L. Edwards; "Jay-Hawking" with names of enlistees; the hanging of horse thieves; Political organization; Schools, County Societies; Pawnee City -- the Great Fire of 1881, Education, Newspaper; Churches, Businesses, , etc.; History of the town of Table Rock; Other towns -- Cincinnati, Burchard, etc. RICHARDSON COUNTY: Natural Resources; Early History; Stephen Story, William Withrow, William G. Goolsby, Lynch law for horse-thieves; the Half-Breed legal status problem; The County Seat Troubles; the Killing of Dr. Davis and Thomas Meek; County officials; Epidemic of 1860, Claim Jumping; the Jayhawkers; John Brown and the Underground Railway; the Grasshopper Scourge; Archer, the first county seat; War Record; Railroads; Falls City -- First Permanent Residents, City Officials, Newspapers, fires, county businesses, banks, manufacturers, the grain business, hotels, schools, churches, and societies; Humboldt -- history, railway interests, schools, churches, newspapers, businesses, societies; Rulo --Charles Rouleau, Elie Bedard, newspapers, business interests, churches, etc.; Dawson -- history, cyclone, churches, etc.; Salem -- hotels, schools, societies, churches, etc. ; Stella and Arago. The booklet contains biographies of many residents of the county in 1882. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: PAWNEE COUNTY: Pawnee City -- J.R. Ervin, Howard Ellis, George S. Flory, Jacob Fulton, Christian B. Hass, W.J. Halderman, A.E. Hassler, S.R. Johnston, Col. R.A. Kennedy, Ephraim Kingsbury, Daniel Liming, Thomas T. Mumford, D.M. Osborne, Pierce, Price and Babbitt, William B. Raper, Dr. P. Reeder, J.F. Stiegemeier, G.G. Wallace, Jacob Weber;Table Rock -- D.C. Andrews, Andrew Fellers, William Fellers, Simon Luthy & Co.; Cincinnati -- George T. Borst, John Fries, P.J. Firstenberger, Judge H.G. Lore, John P. Lore, Levi M. Wilsey; Burchard -- J.C. Dort & Bro., John P. Fry, Carlos Gilkerson, Pepperl Bros., Thomas Small; Mission Creek and Other towns -- John Bowhay, L.J. Carpenter, Cyrus Clark, Thomas Clark, John Conard, Adam Hoefling, A.F. Manly, C.P. Miller, Harvey Owen, J.B. Train, M.E. Walker; Clay Precinct -- L.D. Jordan, Jacob W. Moore, W.F. Sawyer, S.S. Shannon; Sheridan Precinct -- Charles Dort, Theodore Dort, Frank L. Jaeke; West Branch Precinct -- Androe Scott, William Smith; and Plum Creek Precinct -- Cornelius Dusenbery. RICHARDSON COUNTY: Falls City -- W.B. Adams & Co., John E. Anderson, Henry Beachel, Bauer & Neikirk, P.E. Beardsley, E. Beaver, Bell & Shelly, N.J. Berkley, A.M. Blakesley, J.C. Bowen, Birkhauser & Davis, Major J.E. Burbank, Dr. C. W. Bryson, J.R. Cain, Rev. M.F. Carey, Clegg & Viols, Alex Cohn, Crook & Noonan, Jesse Crook, W.H. Crook & Co., T.C.Cunningham, William C. Custer, Edwin F. Davis, H.C. Davis, J.T. Delaware, J.L. DeWald, David Dorrington, George E. Dorrington, J B. Doner, Elmer S. Dundy, J.F. Elliott, Abraham Elwell, Everts Bros., Edwin Falloon, Joseph Forney, Peter F. Forney, Christian Forney, M.A. Frank, A.L. Fry, Rev. John Gallagher, A.E. Gantt, J.F. Gardner, William A. Gardner, G.H. Gehultig, S. Grable (pix of Central Hotel), M. Gehling & Son, H. Seller Inventory # 000648

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About this Item: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Giles County in Middle Tennessee are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from: History of Tennessee, originally published in 1886 by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster (1923), ), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, a 1939 Federal Writer's Project of the WPA. The new 56-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Among the subjects included are: Physical features; Agriculture: Early settlements with names of many early settlers; Evicting settlers on Indian lands; Mills and cotton gins; Organization of the county and early county and court officials; Transportation; County buildings; Court cases -- malicious stabbing, grand larceny, murder, horse stealing, etc.; Military connections -- War of 1812, the county militia, the Florida War, the War with Mexico and the Civil War (supporting the Confederacy); Union invaders in the county; Hanging of a spy; Pulaski -- businesses and secret societies; Other towns -- Elkton, Lynnville, Prospect, Aspin Hill, Campbellsville; Schools, including Martin College; Churches; and other items of interest. Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are a number of biographies. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Dr. Charles Clayton Abernathy, Dr. Charles Alfred Abernathy, Lewis Amis, William F. Ballentine, Andrew J. Ballentine, Thomas W. Barber, John L. Baugh, John A. Beasley, Henry L. Booth, Joseph W. Braden, Henry M. Brannon, Charles Buford, Frank G. Buford, Adrian D. Bull, Dr. James H. Campbell, Dr. H. Taylor Campbell, William C. Carter, J. Samuel Childers, William A. Coffman, William R. Craig, Thomas E. Daly, Washington R. Dickerson, Z.W. Ewing, Will S. Ezell, Pink M. Ezell, Abram F. Finley, capt. John D. Flautt, William Fogg, Thomas S. Fogg, Dr. Andrew L. Glaze, Dr. George D. Gray, Berry c. Hardiman, Thomas B. Harwell, Robert A. Hazlewood, Dr. Robert N. Herbert, Lewis S. Hodge, William J. Howard, Samuel c. Johnston, Dr. Monroe M. Johnson, Thomas M. Jones, James L. Jones, John W. Judkins, Dr. Jasper Kelsey, John T. Lowry, Thomas Martin, Dr. Jesse Mayes, Joseph S. McCaul, Dr. George W. McGuire, Andrew J. McKimmen, James T. McKissack, Henry Clay McLaurine, Mark McNairy, James O. Mitchell, Marcus M. Mitchell, Asa W. Moore, Jacob B. Morell, Joshua Morris, William G. Nance, William c. Nelson, Robert S. Partrick, Dr. Wiley B. Pepper, Richard Pepper, Rev. Francis F. Pollard, Jefferson D. Pullen, Richard H. Ragsdale, Isaac H. Rainey, Rufus C. Reynolds, George T. Riddle, Dr. Joseph coleman Roberts, Solon E. Rose, James C. Sanders, Samuel D. Scott, James Scruggs, George E. Short, Prof. William J. Smith, Nathan A. Smith, Noble Smithson, Rev. John G. Smithson, Isaac Newton Smithson, Joseph B. Stacy, Dr. John T. Steele, Coleman L. Stevenson, Wilbur M. Stephenson, George E. Suttle, Epperson Tarpley, Callaway H. Tidwell, Dr. James J. Upshaw, Rev. John F. Walker, Dr. Mark W. Waters, John R.D. Williams, Dr. Thomas L. Williams, Samuel S. Williamson, Samuel A. Wilson, Joseph M. Wright and Hugh Yokley. The WPA section includes information on the beginning of the Ku Klux Klan, Sam Davis' hanging, Colonial Hall and Martin College. Seller Inventory # 000706

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