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  1. A Brief History of the Church (1920)

    A Brief History of the Church (1920)

    by Edward H. Anderson


    First published in 1893, this book was one of the original histories published about the LDS Church and was probably its most popular.
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    $12.95
  2. A Collection of Deseret's Pioneer Stories (circa 1884)

    A Collection of Deseret's Pioneer Stories (circa 1884)

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    Once reading this collection of short histories, who will be able to forget the sacrifice and faith of the Latter-day Saint pioneers? Who wouldn't worry with the first settlers in Parawan as they guarded their walled town against Indian attacks; smiled with the settlers on the Sabbath day while an Indian chief compared the white man's dance to a demonstration of an Indian dance; mourned with an immigrant whose wife was stolen by Indians while coming west on the Mormon Trail; celebrated with the Saints as they witnessed answered prayers to protect their harvest against grasshoppers; and thrilled with a young boy caught between cliffs on an exploring activity? Sometimes flowery while other times quite plainspoken, these early stories from the pens of LDS pioneers are not only exciting, but an inspiration for all readers. 98 pages
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    $8.95
  3. A String of Pearls (1880)

    A String of Pearls (1880)

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    (Volume 2) This book of the Faith-Promoting Series is a favorite of many who have become familiar with it. The first one-third of the book is an account of an emigrant who lived with the Ponca Indians (he looked upon his experience as his "Indian Mission") and referred to various hardships and his increased faith through his experiences. Other accounts include Jedediah M. Grant's (a future member of the Church's First Presidency) missionary experiences; President John Taylor's journey across the plains and an unusual prophecy of John Taylor and the beginning of missionary work in Ireland; and experiences of Matthias Cowley, David W. Patten and several others. 120 pages
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    $9.95
  4. Abraham Lincoln (1917)

    Abraham Lincoln (1917)

    by Wilbur F. Gordy


    Perhaps to Abraham Lincoln, more than to any other man in the history of our country, has been given the power of influence over the lives of those unknown to him.
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    $15.95
  5. Alfred the Great (1849)

    Alfred the Great (1849)

    by Jacob Abbott


    From the Preface: "King Alfred of England is one of the noblest of the sovereigns upon whom History has conferred the title of 'The Great.'"
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    $13.95
  6. American History Stories You Never Read in School, but Should Have #1

    American History Stories You Never Read in School, but Should Have #1

    by Mara L Pratt


    Educational texts that American children read today are hundreds of pages long. In the mad rush to offer a little piece of history from each American era, the truly inspirational events of our Founding Fathers are lost.
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    $9.95
  7. American History Stories You Never Read in School, but Should Have #2

    American History Stories You Never Read in School, but Should Have #2

    by Mara L. Pratt


    You hold in your hands a priceless treasure; a piece of the American vision; a guide book to a people’s quest for freedom. This book is a photo-reproduction of an original history book used in our schools in 1890. It tells the story of our beginnings, our struggles and our patriotism.
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    $9.95
  8. An Island Story - vol. 1 & 2 (1910)

    An Island Story - vol. 1 & 2 (1910)

    by H. E. Marshall


    Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall was one of the most popular British writers of history books for children during the early Twentieth Century. She was best known for "Our Island Story", which is a child's history of England.
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    $24.95
  9. Benedict Arnold: A Biography (1865)

    Benedict Arnold: A Biography (1865)

    by George Canning Hill


    It is the purpose of this narrative to do justice to his merits, while sparing in no manner his unparalleled crimes; for in no other way than by comparing one side of his character with the other, can one hope to make up a judgment that will be either just or lasting.
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    $17.95
  10. Early Scenes from Church History (1882)

    Early Scenes from Church History (1882)

    by George C. Lambert


    Published as one of the FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES, this book was designed to build the faith of both young and old Saints by demonstrating the obvious hand of the Lord in the lives of early Church members. The Preface shares this insight:
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    $8.95

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