2 edition of California, the promised land found in the catalog.
California, the promised land
Macfarlane, Peter Clark
|Statement||by Peter Clark Macfarlane at the tenth annual banquet of the California Society of New York, Hotel St. Regis, March eighth, 1913.|
|LC Classifications||F866 .M14|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||13015356|
For it is a choice land, saith God wherefore I will have all men that dwell thereon that they shall worship me.” (2 Ne. –) The alternative to enjoying this liberty and happiness through acceptance of and obedience to Jesus Christ is made clear by the Book of Mormon. It gives certain answers and abundant evidence. If America is the land where the world goes in search of miracles and redemption, California is the land where Americans go. It is America's America, the symbol of raw hope and brave (even foolish) invention, where ancient traditions and inhibitions are abandoned at the border.
The author of My Promised Land is a dreamer with an addiction to reality. He holds out for affirmation without illusion. Shavit’s book is an extended test of his own capacity to maintain his principles in full view of the brutality that surrounds them.”—Leon Wieseltier, The New York Times Book Review “Spellbinding. The Promised Land (Polish: Ziemia obiecana, Polish pronunciation: [ˈʑɛmʲia ɔbʲiɛˈt͡sana]) is an novel by the Polish author and Nobel laureate, Władysław Reymont; first published in is considered one of his most important works after The novel The Promised Land was originally published as installments in the industrial city of Łódź by the daily Kurier.
Unlike so many books about Jews in the West, “California Jews” doesn’t close the book on the Jewish community in the era when Adolph Sutro was mayor and Abe Ruef was boss. “I think, for a lot of people, there are real parallels between California and Israel. There’s an idea this is the promised land, with the same climate. I think. This paper will attempt to explore the importance of the promised land to the Hebrews as demonstrated by writings in the Old Testament. The five books of the Pentateuch tell us of the creation of the Hebrews from Abram (Abraham), God's covenant with Abram for the promised land, Abraham's sons, one of which would carry forth the Hebrews' religion (Isaac) and the other who would be expelled.
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They move to Chicago to seek the promised land and opportunities. One is Ruby Hopkins. The book then tells us about the Black experience in Chicago in the 40's, via Ruby and others, and it introduces us to the world of Mayor Daily. But, abruptly, in a new chapter, the book moves us to Washington, D.C., where we get excruciating details about Cited by: A Play in the Promised Land was the perfect book to finish the Califonia Chronicles.
Juliet, Clay, and Sully where a wonderful conbination. I really enjoyed Sully's story because it took us out of the United States for some fun in Brazil/5(3). The promised land in the Bible was that geographic area God the Father swore to give to his chosen people, the promised land book descendants of made this promise to Abraham and his descendants in Genesis –The territory was located in ancient Canaan, on the eastern end of the Mediterranean s "David Stebenne, in his new book, Promised Land, reveals just how complicated and troubled [the recent American past] actually is, and the enormous effort and investment it took to build." —Porchlight Books "Stebenne’s account is well-researched, evenhanded, and illustrated with sketches of the life stories of representative middle-class : That's why Jeff Larsen’s new book Los Angeles: The Promised Land proves so enlightening.
Larsen’s debut novel manages to be two things at once: an excellent primer for those wanting to learn how to write a tight screenplay, and a well-written, rewarding compilation of the promised land book dramatic takes on Los Angeles.
"In Search of the Promised Land is a unique and exciting addition to the literature on slavery and nineteenth-century history. It shows the complexity of slave life and challenges existing historical interpretations without completely overturning the studies of the last thirty yearsReviews: But in honour of MLK’s memory The Promised Land is what Oprah (net worth about $ billion) named the sprawling, acre estate in Montecito, California that she calls home.
There was a time when Montecito, California was a dangerous place, with plenty of roadside bandits skulking in the surrounding oak trees and gullies. “The United States is the Promised Land foretold in the Book of Mormon—” Continuing, he wrote, “ a place where divine guidance directed inspired men to create the conditions necessary for the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus was the birth of the United States of America that ushered out the Great Apostasy, when the earth was darkened by the absence of prophets and.
Story of Basque immigrant Dominique Laxalt's return to France from America. Sweet Promised Land was first published in by Harper & Row During the past fifty years, the book has become a classic in Western American literature, still beloved by the Basque-American community and widely used in undergraduate celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the book's Reviews: In search of the promised land: a slave family in the Old South User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
Coauthors of Runaway Slaves: Rebels on the Plantation,Franklin (history, emeritus, Duke Univ.) and Schweninger (history, Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro) here present a compelling. Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment The Promised Land Bruce Springsteen The Essential Bruce Springsteen ℗ Bruce Springsteen Released on: 2.
at play in the promised land California Chronicles, – In the final installment of her sweeping trilogy, The California Chronicles, award-winning author Diane Noble follows the descendents of the original rancho families into the Twentieth Century.
This text has been a popular introduction to the Pentateuch for over fifteen years, offering a unique alternative to the critical approaches that focus on the composition of these books rather than the actual content.
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The book also exposes the hidden lives of "virtually free" slaves, who maintained close relationships with whites, maneuvered within the system, and gained a large measure of autonomy. Reviews " In Search of the Promised Land is a unique and exciting addition to. The Book of Mormon describes a "land of promise" given to Lehi and his posterity by the Lord.
Many have wondered where this land of promise might be physically located in the Americas. Historically, Latter-day Saint leaders have identified the range of North and South America as the land of promise, as well as the land of Zion. But more important than where the land of promise.
Accessible and interesting, this book has much to offer anyone seeking a better understanding of religion in American politics, both Mormon and non-Mormon.' Frances E. Lee - University of Maryland 'Seeking the Promised Land could easily be read alongside historical and anthropological works on Mormonism as a mutually illuminating perspective.
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Historical accounts of California tell of flocks of birds so /5. "Bound for the Promised Land: Harriet Tubman, Portrait of an American Hero" by Kate Clifford Larson is an excellent biography of Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman was one of the most important 19th Century Americans and is in the pantheon of heroic individuals.
Larson has produced a fine, well-researched book covering every phase of Tubman's life/5(). The matriarch of a remarkable African American family, Sally Thomas went from being a slave on a tobacco plantation, to a "virtually free" slave who ran her own business and purchased one of her sons out of bondage.
In Search of the Promised Land offers a vivid portrait of the extended Thomas-Rapier family and of the life of slaves before the Civil War. Based on family letters as well as an. Accessible and interesting, this book has much to offer anyone seeking a better understanding of religion in American politics, both Mormon and non-Mormon.' Frances E.
Lee, University of Maryland 'Seeking the Promised Land could easily be read alongside historical and anthropological works on Mormonism as a mutually illuminating s: 4.Promised Land is a great sweeping epic, reminiscent of Leon Uris’ Exodus; a moving story of triumph and tragedy, new love and historic hate, expertly told by a cast of unforgettable characters.
Fletcher’s writing is superb and rises to the level of importance that this story demands and deserves.