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The Love that Endures - Remembering my Mother and my Father, U.S.S. Arizona's Chaplain at Pearl Harbor By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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The time was December 7, 1941. The wife and young son of the U.S.S. Arizona's chaplain, Captain Thomas L. Kirkpatrick, were listening to the radio that Sunday afternoon, when suddenly they heard: We... More > interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin. The Japanese have attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by air, President Roosevelt has just announced. The attack also was made on all Naval and Military activities on the principal island, Oahu. The following day, the President made his historic speech to Congress, using language that would galvanize a shocked nation and propel America into war. The same day, the telegram arrived that ended a two-decade-long story about a love that endured numerous lengthy separations while the chaplain was deployed either at sea or at a remote duty station. How this military couple endured these stresses yet kept their marriage alive and vibrant, forms the core of this heartwarming and inspiring story, embedded in the sweep of world-changing historical events.< Less
The Love that Endures - Remembering my Mother and my Father, U.S.S. Arizona's Chaplain at Pearl Harbor By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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The time was December 7, 1941. The wife and young son of the U.S.S. Arizona's chaplain, Captain Thomas L. Kirkpatrick, were listening to the radio that Sunday afternoon, when suddenly they heard: We... More > interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin. The Japanese have attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by air, President Roosevelt has just announced. The attack also was made on all Naval and Military activities on the principal island, Oahu. The following day, the President made his historic speech to Congress, using language that would galvanize a shocked nation and propel America into war. The same day, the telegram arrived that ended a two-decade-long story about a love that endured numerous lengthy separations while the chaplain was deployed either at sea or at a remote duty station. How this military couple endured these stresses yet kept their marriage alive and vibrant, forms the core of this heartwarming and inspiring story, embedded in the sweep of world-changing historical events.< Less
Our Ancestral Namesakes By Glenn Littrell
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42 Generations from Duke Marocomir the Sixth (404 AD) to Sir Hugh Luttrell (1521) the Great-Great-Grandson of King Edward the First, King of England, Duchess Anne Luttrell sister-in-law of King... More > George the Third, 300 years of alliance to the House of Lancaster, from King John the First and the Magna Charta to King Henry the Seventh and the War of the Roses...Southcote the Lunatic, Edward the Rascal, Robert the Canon of St. Patrick, Henry the Traitor, the kidnapping of Elizabeth! …Captains, Knights, Barons, Colonels, Generals, and an Earl… English, Australian, and Irish Branches…Over 12 portraits of Ancestors, Dunster Castle, 18 Coat of Arms (14 in color) and a chapter on their use and significance…A chapter on the history of last names as it applies to our name, from Loutre to Littrell…A chapter on our possible connection to the different branches and the nature of our kinship. 200 pages11 Chapters and addendums, over 150 footnotes, glossary, and bibliography.< Less
Chase After Wind By Joy Moran-Burke
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A few years after her divorce, Joy began sailing. She married the Fisherman/Captain. Her twelve year old son, Michael, enthusiastically joined them. Two of his older sisters were married, and the... More > youngest was in college. After fishing, and sailing the Oregon and California coast, they moved to Hawaii for a Shrimp fishing operation. Joy cooked and crewed aboard while on increasingly larger sailboats: thirty-four feet to sixty-three feet. She baked all her own fresh breads and cooked three from-scratch meals a day unless, rarely, too seasick to manage. They sailed to French Polynesia twice, and Pitcairn Island for their last venture. During these years, Joy made use of as many fresh Island foods as obtainable. They caught Tuna and Mahi, and used their small freezer and refrigerator and, when the auxiliary was running, the Microwave and the blender. They carried stores for six months on a three-month voyage, having to plan for the doldrums and other emergencies.< Less
Autobiography of Charles G. Finney: A Lifetime of Evangelical Preaching God’s Word to Christians Across America By Charles G. Finney
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The excellent memoirs of Charles G. Finney are published here in their original form: the preface, all thirty-six chapters and the conclusion are included. Charles G. Finney stands as one of the... More > greatest preachers to ever grace the United States. In this book we encounter his life story, told in his own moving and eloquent terms. We journey with the great reverend as he captains revival after revival, preaching the word of God to crowds in great cities and villages alike. His eloquent and conscientious sermons, and support of Christian perfection, appealed to many Americans of the era. An inspiring story honestly told, we witness the spiritual growth of Finney and the lessons he dispensed to congregations far and wide. Eventually Finney would spread his spiritual wisdom to England and Scotland, where he received a warm reception. A leading Presbyterian, it was through tireless campaigning that Finney united many Christians voices against the slavery, which was abolished after the American Civil War.< Less
Autobiography of Charles G. Finney: A Lifetime of Evangelical Preaching God’s Word to Christians Across America (Hardcover) By Charles G. Finney
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The excellent memoirs of Charles G. Finney are published here in their original form: the preface, all thirty-six chapters and the conclusion are included. Charles G. Finney stands as one of the... More > greatest preachers to ever grace the United States. In this book we encounter his life story, told in his own moving and eloquent terms. We journey with the great reverend as he captains revival after revival, preaching the word of God to crowds in great cities and villages alike. His eloquent and conscientious sermons, and support of Christian perfection, appealed to many Americans of the era. An inspiring story honestly told, we witness the spiritual growth of Finney and the lessons he dispensed to congregations far and wide. Eventually Finney would spread his spiritual wisdom to England and Scotland, where he received a warm reception. A leading Presbyterian, it was through tireless campaigning that Finney united many Christians voices against the slavery, which was abolished after the American Civil War.< Less
Chase After Wind By Joy Moran-Burke
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A few years after her divorce, Joy began sailing. She married the Fisherman/Captain. Her twelve year old son, Michael, enthusiastically joined them. Two of his older sisters were married, and the... More > youngest was in college. After fishing, and sailing the Oregon and California coast, they moved to Hawaii for a Shrimp fishing operation. Joy cooked and crewed aboard while on increasingly larger sailboats: thirty-four feet to sixty-three feet. She baked all her own fresh breads and cooked three from-scratch meals a day unless, rarely, too seasick to manage. They sailed to French Polynesia twice, and Pitcairn Island for their last venture. During these years, Joy made use of as many fresh Island foods as obtainable. They caught Tuna and Mahi, and used their small freezer and refrigerator and, when the auxiliary was running, the Microwave and the blender. They carried stores for six months on a three-month voyage, having to plan for the doldrums and other emergencies.< Less
Nathaniel Dance: 200 Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland (1735 – 1811) was a notable English portrait painter and later a politician. The third son of architect George Dance the Elder, Dance studied art under Francis... More > Hayman, and like many contemporaries also studied in Italy. There he met Angelica Kauffman, and painted several historic and classical paintings. On his return to England, he became a successful portrait painter. With Hayman and his architect brother George Dance the Younger, he was one of the founder members of the Royal Academy in 1768. He was commissioned to paint King George III and his queen, plus Captain James Cook and actor David Garrick. In 1790, he gave up his artistic career and became Member of Parliament for East Grinstead in Sussex. He served this seat until 1802 when he moved to Great Bedwyn, serving until 1806. In 1807 he returned to East Grinstead, serving until his death in 1811. He was made a baronet in 1800, which became extinct upon his death.< Less
The Love That Endures, Second Edition: Remembering My Mother and My Father, U.S.S. Arizona’s Chaplain At Pearl Harbor By Thomas I. Kirkpatrick
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The time was December 7, 1941. The wife and young son of the U.S.S. Arizona's chaplain, Captain Thomas L. Kirkpatrick, were listening to the radio that Sunday afternoon, when suddenly they heard: We... More > interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin. The Japanese have attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by air, President Roosevelt has just announced. The attack also was made on all Naval and Military activities on the principal island, Oahu. The following day, the President made his historic speech to Congress, using language that would galvanize a shocked nation and propel America into war. The same day, the telegram arrived that ended a two-decade-long story about a love that endured numerous lengthy separations while the chaplain was deployed either at sea or at a remote duty station. How this military couple endured these stresses yet kept their marriage alive and vibrant, forms the core of this heartwarming and inspiring story, embedded in the sweep of world-changing historical events.< Less
HENRIETTA MILLER (The Woman Behind Doris Miller) By Vickie Gail Miller
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Biography novel about World War II hero, Doris Miller's mother, Mrs. Henrietta Miller; also being author's father's (Mr. Selvia Miller's) mother. A story travelling far from her death in 1982,... More > connected as greatly to a worldly concern that Doris Miller will be awarded America's highest thanks, the "Congressional Medal of Honor," for his heroic contributions in helping to save America, on that drastic day of December 7, 1941, when after rescuing many of his fallen crewmen, along with Captain Mervyn Sharp Bennion, Doris manned a machine gun, and fired upon Japanese bomber planes, shooting down as many as 5 of the bombers planes, and abandoned ship only after the commanding officer's outcry order over the intercom, "All able - bodied men! Abandon ship! Abandon ship!' Heroism far from Doris Miller's line of duty aboard the USS West Virginia. Yet, he fought above and beyond his call of duty, giving of himself, to defend America, being unbiased to creed or color.< Less

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