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America, The Foreigner's Last Frontier By John Smith
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What is happening to the United States of America? Better yet, what needs to be done to make it better? The bold words of John Smith ring out the truth loud and clear. Real Americans, I hope you... More > enjoy reading America, The Foreigner's Last Frontier.< Less
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What is happening to the United States of America? Better yet, what needs to be done to make it better? The bold words of John Smith ring out the truth loud and clear. Real Americans, I hope you... More > enjoy reading America, The Foreigner's Last Frontier.< Less
UNA Frontiers Vol. 1 By Monique MacNaughton
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300 years after an apocalyptic global war now remembered as “The Burn”, much of western civilization has been reduced to 19th-century conditions, and worse in many other areas of the... More > world. High technology persists only in small, secretive enclaves. One such place, a hidden undersea habitat in the Caribbean, finds itself in deep trouble when discovered by an expansionistic - and tyrannical - South American empire seeking to recreate the glory of the Incas. Two escapees from the habitat - a teenage boy and an aquatic robot - make their separate ways to the North American mainland to seek help for their people, who are now divided between besiegement and captivity. The first volume lays the foundation work for what will be an epic storyline of adversity, love, war, politics and friendship in a post-apocalyptic era where the collision of technological worlds tests all the conventional rules of engagement.< Less
UNA Frontiers Vol. 1 By Monique MacNaughton
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300 years after an apocalyptic global war now remembered as “The Burn”, much of western civilization has been reduced to 19th-century conditions, and worse in many other areas of the... More > world. High technology persists only in small, secretive enclaves. One such place, a hidden undersea habitat in the Caribbean, finds itself in deep trouble when discovered by an expansionistic - and tyrannical - South American empire seeking to recreate the glory of the Incas. Two escapees from the habitat - a teenage boy and an aquatic robot - make their separate ways to the North American mainland to seek help for their people, who are now divided between besiegement and captivity. The first volume lays the foundation work for what will be an epic storyline of adversity, love, war, politics and friendship in a post-apocalyptic era where the collision of technological worlds tests all the conventional rules of engagement.< Less
The Spirit of the New Frontier By dean memmott
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As distant cousins in the early 1960's, Cade and Parker Griffith have one thing in common: a strong desire to make it big as journalists. Cade aspires to cover historical events as a wire service... More > reporter. Parker, meanwhile, wants to win a huge collection of Pulitzer Prizes. The two distant cousins, however, face circumstances that could erase their journalism dreams. Cade, for one, has trouble finding bigger newspapers willing to hire him away from a Utah weekly where he works as a sportswriter, and he is involved with a divorcee who wants to remain in their hometown of American Fork. Parker, meanwhile, has a tendency to take up as girlfriends lady co-workers at newspapers where office romances are taboo. Through Cade and Parker, we relive a vivid recreation of the early 1960's.< Less
Pilgrims at the Crossroads, Asian Indian Christians at the North American Frontier By Anand Veeraraj, Rachel Fell McDermott
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More than 2 million Asian Indians now reside in the United States, making them the third largest Asian American group. Asian Indians are making significant contributions to American society in... More > medicine, technology, business, and many other ventures. A rich religious diversity characterizes this population, including a vibrant Christian presence throughout Indian history. Pilgrims at the Crossroads addresses many contemporary issues that Asian Indian Christians in North America face as well as future ministry challenges and prospects. It provides fascinating new insights about Asian Indian Christian churches whose voices and perspectives have only recently been heard.< Less
Pilgrims at the Crossroads, Asian Indian Christians at the North American Frontier By Anand Veeraraj, Rachel Fell McDermott
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More than 2 million Asian Indians now reside in the United States, making them the third largest Asian American group. Asian Indians are making significant contributions to American society in... More > medicine, technology, business, and many other ventures. A rich religious diversity characterizes this population, including a vibrant Christian presence throughout Indian history. Pilgrims at the Crossroads addresses many contemporary issues that Asian Indian Christians in North America face as well as future ministry challenges and prospects. It provides fascinating new insights about Asian Indian Christian churches whose voices and perspectives have only recently been heard.< Less
The Captives of Abb's Valley: A Legend of Frontier Life By James Moore Brown
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A true account of the 1786 murders and abduction of the survivors of the Moore family of Virginia by Indians. This remarkable book, long suppressed because of the politically incorrect facts it... More > contains about early frontier life and the interactions between white settlers and Indians, provides a dramatic insight into the sufferings of the early European pioneers in America. Indians regularly captured whites for use as slaves—although those were the lucky ones. The less fortunate were tortured and killed, often for sport. Written with a strong focus on Presbyterianism, the book’s value lies in its dispassionate detailing of the everyday life and dangers for families on the frontier. Clothing, food, livestock, the scarcity of cutlery, the cruelty of the Indians and the treatment of their captives are drawn from the first hand accounts of people interviewed by the author, a son of one of the captives.< Less
THE CAPTIVES OF ABB’S VALLEY: A LEGEND OF FRONTIER LIFE By James Moore Brown
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A true account of the 1786 murders and abduction of the survivors of the Moore family of Virginia by Indians. This remarkable book, long suppressed because of the politically incorrect facts it... More > contains about early frontier life and the interactions between white settlers and Indians, provides a dramatic insight into the sufferings of the early European pioneers in America. Indians regularly captured whites for use as slaves—although those were the lucky ones. The less fortunate were tortured and killed, often for sport. Written with a strong focus on Presbyterianism, the book’s value lies in its dispassionate detailing of the everyday life and dangers for families on the frontier. Clothing, food, livestock, the scarcity of cutlery, the cruelty of the Indians and the treatment of their captives are drawn from the first hand accounts of people interviewed by the author, a son of one of the captives.< Less
Life and Adventures of Lewis Wetzel - The Virginia Ranger - With Biographical Sketches of Other Heroes of the American Frontier - Illustrated By Cecil B. Hartley
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"The Death Wind." This was the name Indians applied to Lewis Wetzel for whenever he made a kill, he would throw his head back and let go with an un-godly scream that would echo through the... More > hills of the Ohio frontier. The Indians upon hearing this sound knew that one of their own had just been met his end. Lewis Wetzel, undoubtedly the best woodsman / warrior that ever lived, was responsible for the death of over 100 Indians. It mattered not to him that they were Chiefs, Warriors, women or children. He could care less if they were peaceful, allies or enemies. Only that they were Indians. Wetzel did everything in his power to prevent any peaceful settlement between Whites and Indians from taking place. He did not want peace until the last Indian was dead. History has portrayed Wetzel as both a hero and a villain. This book also contains biographical sketches of other famous frontier names such as Simon Kenton, Benjamin Logan, Samuel Brady and many others.< Less