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Battle Creek - Images from 1907 By Jim Middleton
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Historic buildings in Battle Creek have been aggressively demolished over the past generation - leaving future generations with a collection of historic parking lots. This collection of images shows... More > what has been lost since the 1920s.< Less
Last Stand at Bitter Creek By Tom Rizzo
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~ Special Holiday Price for a limited time ~ A patrol of soldiers massacred... A hidden gold shipment missing... A priceless U.S. historical document stolen... An undercover agent betrayed, and on... More > the run... ~ For Union Army spy Grant Bonner, the war can't end soon enough. Tired of living a life of deception, he desperately wants to put his past behind him, but agrees to one last assignment. The mission is compromised and Bonner is entangled in an intricate conspiracy. Ambushed and left for dead, he recovers only to learn his battle for survival and justice has just begun. Accused of the cold-blooded killing of several fellow soldiers during a train robbery, he makes a daring escape and becomes the target of an unrelenting manhunt. For some soldiers, the war isn't over, and won't end until Bonner makes his Last Stand at Bitter Creek.< Less
Fall Creek Township Henry County, Indiana in the War of the Rebellion ... By Diane Michael Brown
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Originally published in 1887 by Civil War veteran, Joseph Albert Young, this book is a complete compilation of veterans of the Civil War / War of the Rebellion and the War with Mexico from Fall Creek... More > Township, Henry County, Indiana. Included is a list of regiments and all the facts - battles, descriptions, statistics, dates, soldiers names, etc.< Less
Cynthia Ann Parker: The Story of Her Capture: At the Massacre of the Inmates of Parker's Fort ; of her quarter of a Century Spent Among the Comanches, as the wife of the War Chief, Peta Nocona; and of Her Recapture at the Battle of Pease River By James T. DeShields
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CONTEMPORARY with, and among the earliest of the daring and hardy pioneers that penetrated the eastern portion of the Mexican province of Texas, were the "Parker family" who immigrated from... More > Cole county, Illinois, in the fall of the year 1833, settling on the west side of the Navasota Creek, near the site of the present town of Groesbeck, in Limestone county, one or two of the family coming a little earlier and some a little later. The elder John Parker was a native of Virginia, resided for a time in Elbert county, Georgia, but chiefly reared his family in Bedford county, Tennessee, whence in 1818 he removed to Illinois.< Less
BULLETS, BUGLES & CANNONFIRE! By Kelly Beckman
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WILLIAM JOSEPH KELLY JOINS THE UNION ARMY IN SANDUSKY OHIO AS A VOLUNTEER IN THE 123RD REGIMENT, COMPANY G. THIS A GLIMPSE OF A MAN, THE LIFE AND TIMES DURING THE CIVIL WAR. THE WAR RAGES ON! WITH... More > THE SOUNDS OF BULLETS, BUGLES AND CANNONFIRE! WE LEARNED OF HIS BAPTISM INTO BATTLE, BLOODY EARTH,YELLING AND SCREAMING; NO GAINS, NO GLORY! THE BATTLEFIELDS EXPOSED THEM TO TERRIBLE DANGER EACH DAY. A NEW MAN WAS FORGED IN THE HEAT OF BATTLE. THE BATTLE OF CEDAR CREEK WAS IMPORTANT AS BULL RUN OR ANNAPOLIS! GREAT GENERALS AND GREAT BATTLE PLANS WERE EXPENDED. IT WAS UP TO MEN LIKE HIM TO PROTECT THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY, THE GATEWAY TO THE NORTH. THE OUTCOME OF THE BATTLE WOULD SHAPE THE UNION'S MORALE TO LAST THE WAR. WILLIAM CAME HOME A DIFFERENT MAN! HE WOULD OVERCOME CRIPPLING INJURIES TO RAISE A NEW GENERATION OF "SOLDIERS' AND BRAVE WOMEN. HE CHANGED OUR FAMILY HISTORY AS THE WAR CHANGED OUR NATION. LAST IT WAS PEOPLE, LIKE KELLY, NOT WARS OR IDEAS OR GOVERNMENTS OR GREAT GENERALS WHO CHANGED HISTORY!< Less
BULLETS, BUGLES & CANNONFIRE! By Kelly Beckman
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WILLIAM JOSEPH KELLY JOINS THE UNION ARMY IN SANDUSKY OHIO AS A VOLUNTEER IN THE 123RD REGIMENT, COMPANY G. THIS A GLIMPSE OF A MAN, THE LIFE AND TIMES DURING THE CIVIL WAR. THE WAR RAGES ON! WITH... More > THE SOUNDS OF BULLETS, BUGLES AND CANNONFIRE! WE LEARNED OF HIS BAPTISM INTO BATTLE, BLOODY EARTH,YELLING AND SCREAMING; NO GAINS, NO GLORY! THE BATTLEFIELDS EXPOSED THEM TO TERRIBLE DANGER EACH DAY. A NEW MAN WAS FORGED IN THE HEAT OF BATTLE. THE BATTLE OF CEDAR CREEK WAS IMPORTANT AS BULL RUN OR ANNAPOLIS! GREAT GENERALS AND GREAT BATTLE PLANS WERE EXPENDED. IT WAS UP TO MEN LIKE HIM TO PROTECT THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY, THE GATEWAY TO THE NORTH. THE OUTCOME OF THE BATTLE WOULD SHAPE THE UNION'S MORALE TO LAST THE WAR. WILLIAM CAME HOME A DIFFERENT MAN! HE WOULD OVERCOME CRIPPLING INJURIES TO RAISE A NEW GENERATION OF "SOLDIERS' AND BRAVE WOMEN. HE CHANGED OUR FAMILY HISTORY AS THE WAR CHANGED OUR NATION. LAST IT WAS PEOPLE, LIKE KELLY, NOT WARS OR IDEAS OR GOVERNMENTS OR GREAT GENERALS WHO CHANGED HISTORY!< Less
The Paulson and Kress Collections of Ellen G. White Letters By Ellen G. White
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Drs. Mary and David Paulson founded and built up the work of the Hinsdale Sanitarium in the Hinsdale suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Earlier Dr. David had been an instructor in the American Medical... More > Missionary College at Battle Creek, Michigan and in 1899 he had taken charge of Battle Creek Sanitarium’s medical missionary work in Chicago. Drs. Lauretta and Daniel Kress labored first at the Battle Creek Sanitarium and then were instrumental in establishing the Church’s health work in England, New Zealand, and Australia. In 1907 they returned to the United States where Dr. Daniel became the first medical superintendent of the newly established Washington Sanitarium and Hospital. Because of the important leadership roles played by these two physician couples, they both received direct communications, as well as copies of letters to other workers, from the Lord’s servant Ellen White. Such communications make up this present publication—The Paulson and Kress Collections of Ellen G. White Letters.< Less
Ellen G. White Special Testimonies Series: A and B By Ellen G. White
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From about 1890 to 1910, there were some 230 articles of Ellen G. White published in two groups of tracts/pamphlets which became known as Ellen G. White Special Testimonies Series: A and B. These... More > counsels from the Lord were directed to various levels of leadership of the Seventh-day Adventist Church concerning the tumultuous church events of those years—the 1888 Righteousness by Faith crisis; 1901 Church reorganization, General Conference move to Washington, D. C.; fiery judgments of health and publishing institutions at Battle Creek; loss of Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and Battle Creek Sanitarium to apostasy; establishment of Loma Linda as an educational center; and establishment of multiple other sanitariums and schools. In addition to the important history covered by these 31 tracts, there is much spiritual and confidence inspiring counsel confirming that indeed God is in charge of His work. Regardless of difficulties, and discouraging appearances, He will lead His work to a successful completion.< Less
The Missouri State Guard: a Selected, Annotated Unit Bibliography By Thomas Pearson
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A unit-by-unit guide to book, microfilm, and periodical sources of information on Missouri Confederate militia units.
Memories and Musings By Geraldine Sandidge
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Geraldine Newman Sandidge writes about her memories of growing up on a 300-acre farm in Tidewater Virginia. She affectionately describes the lives of her ancestors during the nineteenth and twentieth... More > centuries.< Less