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The City of Tuscaloosa: The Real Truth: Undressed of Mendacity, Redressed In Veracity By Bro. Edward Nathaniel Howard
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King, Kennedy, Stokely, Malcolm, Medgar, Emmett Till, Thurgood—these are a few of the most prominent names to rise out of the ashes of the civil rights movement. But there are also countless... More > others who have been the unsung heroes of the movement. Nathaniel Howard reflects on the battles he fought while trying to integrate Tuscaloosa. Growing up during the peak of racial tensions and the rise of the civil rights movement, he chronicles his and his family’s life before he would go on to work with churches and activists and give voice to his community. He was willing to put his life in danger as he stood on the front lines of the civil rights movement, organizing and participating in marches, assisting in voter registration, and testifying before a federal grand jury in opposition to police brutality. The true legacy of the civil rights movement is the untold story of Howard and many others like him who were foot soldiers in the movement—demanding jobs, equality, and justice for the black community.< Less
There Will Be No Rescue By Steve Aiken
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The autobiography of Steve Aiken. Written for the “Christian” who may have strayed from Lord, and cannot find their way back. This evangelistic tool will also hold the interest of the... More > “non-believer,” from start to finish. For those who have been hurt or scarred in or by Christians, churches, or Christian organizations, this is a must read for those who have fallen and can’t get up! As a former police officer, bodyguard, D.C. lobbyist, and radio talk show host, Steve tells the story of his life with a self-help approach that is certain to encourage the reader. From the pinnacle of success to absolute ruin and public scorn; from breaking his neck to coming back years later and winning a state racquetball championship; and from running one of the most heated congressional campaigns in the country, to losing almost everything in his life (again.) Steve holds nothing back in sharing the biblical, life lessons, he has learned.< Less
Hans Tews' Journey of Faith By Hans Tews
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Hans W. Tews of Orlando, Florida, wrote this autobiography of his early life especially so that his family would know how he and his parents survived World War II under very difficult circumstances... More > and started a new life in America. “I wanted them to know the Holocaust was real and that it affected not only Jews but anyone who would not pledge loyalty to the Third Reich or in any way criticized the regime,” Hans writes in the Foreword. “I also wanted to witness about the many miracles of God in my life.” Hans’ memories illustrate how his early experiences shaped his faith and his work ethic. His experiences also shaped his desire to use his God-given talents both to advance in his profession and to give back to his adopted country through service – in the military, to his church, and to the local nonprofit organizations he continues to serve as chairman, officer, or board member.< Less
A Christian's Journey A Modern Day Allegory By Dick Hanson
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Many events led to the discovery, colonization, and formation of this new country called the United States. Columbus declared that the Holy Ghost inspired him to make that incredible voyage in 1492.... More > In America, those that came were Pilgrims, puritans other religious groups, families, individuals, and freedom seekers. Men and women like Roger Williams, John Wesley, Anne Hutchinson, Ann Lee and William Penn helped create a land that had been reserved for the great purpose of religious freedom. In 1820 Joseph Smith experienced the First Vision which would change the religious climate forever. In 1830 the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was organized and has now expanded to most of the world. This story is about one man, John Pilgrim, who started on a journey to find the true meaning and purpose of life. On his journey he meets a Guide who helps him at various times to discover the meaning of his experience and understanding of the different characters and situations he encounters.< Less
A Christian's Journey a Modern Day Allegory By Dick Hanson
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Many events led to the discovery, colonization, and formation of this new country called the United States. Columbus declared that the Holy Ghost inspired him to make that incredible voyage in 1492.... More > In America, those that came were Pilgrims, puritans other religious groups, families, individuals, and freedom seekers. Men and women like Roger Williams, John Wesley, Anne Hutchinson, Ann Lee and William Penn helped create a land that had been reserved for the great purpose of religious freedom. In 1820 Joseph Smith experienced the First Vision which would change the religious climate forever. In 1830 the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was organized and has now expanded to most of the world. This story is about one man, John Pilgrim, who started on a journey to find the true meaning and purpose of life. On his journey he meets a Guide who helps him at various times to discover the meaning of his experience and understanding of the different characters and situations he encounters.< Less
Missa Brevis (Conductor Score), Nicholas White By Nicholas White
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The Missa Brevis of Nicholas White is composed for tenor soloist, SATB chorus, organ and brass quartet (two C trumpets and two trombones). Nicholas White is a Grammy nominated composer and... More > conductor, as well as a versatile organist, pianist and singer with experience in many different styles of music. In 2011, Nicholas was appointed to the post of Director of Chapel Music & Organist at St. Paul’s School, Concord, New Hampshire. In 2012 he became Chair of the Arts at the school. In 2013 he was appointed Music Director of The Boston Cecilia, one of America’s oldest and finest performing arts organizations. Nicholas was born in London, England, and received his early musical training as a treble chorister. He held his first organist and choirmaster position at the age of fifteen, going on to become Organ Scholar of Clare College, Cambridge. He has held various positions in churches, colleges and schools. These include Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC and St. Michael’s Church, New York City.< Less
Orgelkonzert F-Dur (Partitur) By Ferdinand Thieriot
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Dieses klangschöne Orgelkonzert des Hamburger Romantikers Thieriot, ist ein ansprechendes Werk von mittlerem Schwierigkeitsgrad für die Ausführenden.
Portraits et souvenirs [French] By Camille Saint-Saens
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns (French: [ʃaʁl... More > kamij sɛ̃sɑ̃s]; 9 October 1835 – 16 December 1921) was a French composer, organist, conductor and pianist of the Romantic era. His best-known works include Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso (1863), the Second Piano Concerto (1868), the First Cello Concerto (1872), Danse macabre (1874), the opera Samson and Delilah (1877), the Third Violin Concerto (1880), the Third ("Organ") Symphony (1886) and The Carnival of the Animals (1886).Saint-Saëns was a musical prodigy, making his concert debut at the age of ten. After studying at the Paris Conservatoire he followed a conventional career as a church organist, first at Saint-Merri, Paris and, from 1858, La Madeleine, the official church of the French Empire. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camille_Saint-Sa%C3%ABns< Less
Sumisa y osadamente estratégica: La Sección Femenina y su relación con la institución católica durante la época de Francisco Franco By Isabelle Williams
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La Sección Femenina, apoyada por el dictador conservador Francisco Franco (1892-1975), es un grupo controversial de la historia española. Se discute entre académicos la meta e... More > identidad de la Sección Femenina como organización, declarando que era o sumisa o subversiva dentro de la sociedad patriarcal en la cual existía. Esta tesis explora la gran complejidad de la Sección Femenina y cómo convivía con la Iglesia Católica. The Sección Femenina (or Women's Section), supported by conservative dictator Francisco Franco (1892-1975), is a controversial group of Spanish history. Scholars discuss the goal and identity of the Sección Femenina as an organization, declaring that it was either submissive or subversive within the patriarchal society in which it existed. This thesis explores the vast complexity of the Sección Femenina and how it coexisted with the Catholic Church. Se escribe en español e inglés | Written in Spanish and English< Less

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