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THE SARAH SONGSPEAK ILLUSTRATED By DONALD BURGESS
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"THE CURE FOR CALIFORNICATION" AN HONEST LOOK AT NORTH AMERICA TODAY. HUMOROUS, SATIRICAL, HEART CURDLING AND TO THE POINT, THIS BOOK REVEALS THE BACKSIDE OF OUR MODERN DAY CULTURE. AN... More > EMOTIONAL ROLLER COASTER THAT SENDS YOUR SOUL TO HEAVEN AND HELL WITH A GRIN ON YOUR FACE. HEAR THE WISDOM AND FORETHOUGHT OF SARAH SONGSPEAK" LAMONT CRANKTON AS "THE SHADOW"< Less
NATIVES in the NEWS By DONALD BURGESS
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A collection of newspaper articles containing the First Peoples of Southern California and parts of North America from the years 1850-1930 from Santa Barbara to San Diego to Fresno to Blythe;... More > representing the 6 counties of Southern California Some of these early newspapers chronicled the activites of the Natives of California very closely, especially when hostility was apparent. These papers warned the local settlers, missions and others of possible dangers from bandits, "Indian Outbreaks" and political decisions. An historical background and perspective is also given by historians and the author. Many of the articles in these newspapers are what history books are composed of, yet, very few books appear in this exact form, written by the participants and observers,which represents the same time, place and circumstance of the events. Contains over 250,000 words and 650 pages.< Less
Natives in the News By DONALD BURGESS
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A collection of Newspaper articles from 1850-1930 from Southern California, including San Diego to San Francisco to Blythe with commentary from author and critical summaries from other historians.
NATIVES in the NEWS By DONALD BURGESS
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A collection of newspaper articles containing the First Peoples of Southern California and parts of North America from the years 1850-1930 from Santa Barbara to San Diego to Fresno to Blythe;... More > representing the 6 counties of Southern California Some of these early newspapers chronicled the activites of the Natives of California very closely, especially when hostility was apparent. These papers warned the local settlers, missions and others of possible dangers from bandits, "Indian Outbreaks" and political decisions. An historical background and perspective is also given by historians and the author. Many of the articles in these newspapers are what history books are composed of, yet, very few books appear in this exact form, written by the participants and observers,which represents the same time, place and circumstance of the events. Contains over 250,000 words and 650 pages.< Less
A MORMON DIARY as told by JOHN PULSIPHER By JOHN PULSIPHER & DONALD BURGESS
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My great Uncle John Pulsipher wrote this diary from 1835-1891, documenting the Mormon migration from Kirtland,Ohio and Nauvoo, Illinois to the Great Salt Lake, Utah and beyond to the new colony of... More > Dixie. He recounts the assassination of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum, the pillaging of Kirtland and Nauvoo and the sufferings committed to their people in their quest for sanctuary in the west and religious freedom. This uncensored document was indexed by the Works Progress Administration in 1938 and contains over 100 names listed in the index as well and an event index of over 15 pages. As the Mormons crossed the American frontier by oxen-pulled wagons and handcarts you will discover the beliefs they shared together to keep them united and strong in the face of destruction. This edition is limited to family members, which has grown to over 15,000 members. Written edited, and compiled by Donald Burgess and John Pulsipher< Less
A MORMON DIARY as told by JOHN PULSIPHER By JOHN PULSIPHER & DONALD BURGESS
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My great Uncle John Pulsipher wrote this diary from 1835-1891, documenting the Mormon migration from Kirtland,Ohio and Nauvoo, Illinois to the Great Salt Lake, Utah and beyond to the new colony of... More > Dixie. He recounts the assassination of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum, the pillaging of Kirtland and Nauvoo and the sufferings committed to their people in their quest for sanctuary in the west and religious freedom. This uncensored document was indexed by the Works Progress Administration in 1938 and contains over 100 names listed in the index as well and an event index of over 15 pages. As the Mormons crossed the American frontier by oxen-pulled wagons and handcarts you will discover the beliefs they shared together to keep them united and strong in the face of destruction. This edition is limited to family members, which has grown to over 15,000 members. Written edited, and compiled by Donald Burgess and John Pulsipher< Less
A Mormon Diary as told by John Pulsipher By JOHN PULSIPHER & DONALD BURGESS
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A Mormon Diary as told by John Pulsipher By JOHN PULSIPHER & DONALD BURGESS
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