Encyclopedia of Evangelicalism

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Author: Randall Herbert Balmer

Publisher: Baylor University Press

ISBN: 9781932792041

Category: Religion

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In this completely revised and expanded edition of the Encyclopedia of Evangelicalism, Randall Balmer gives readers the most comprehensive resource about evangelicalism available anywhere. With over 3,000 separate entries, the Encyclopedia of Evangelicalism covers historical and contemporary theologians, preachers, laity, cultural figures, musicians, televangelists, movements, organizations, denominations, folkways, theological terms, events, and much more--all penned in Balmer's engaging style. Students, scholars, journalists, and laypersons will all benefit from Balmer's insights.
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1925 . 292B 12 introduction to graphic methods in the The author has set herself the task of penetrating ... theme of the book is the development of the cominonwealth ideal by Great Britain , and Conwell , Russell H. Fields of glory .

Author: Brooklyn Public Library

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ISBN: OSU:32435027250190

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Soldier Field

3, 1934; Larry Kelly, “Old Irish Glory Thrills Throng at Celt Pageant,” CDT, Aug. 29, 1934; “Irish Pageant Is Rehearsed; 1,000 in Chorus,” CDT, Aug. ... 19, 1925; “Soldiers' Field Becomes Ranch Today for Rodeo,” CDT, Aug. 14, 1927. 9.

Author: Liam T. A. Ford

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226257099

Category: Sports & Recreation

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Sports fans nationwide know Soldier Field as the home of the Chicago Bears. For decades its signature columns provided an iconic backdrop for gridiron matches. But few realize that the stadium has been much more than that. Soldier Field: A Stadium and Its City explores how this amphitheater evolved from a public war memorial into a majestic arena that helped define Chicago. Chicago Tribune staff writer Liam Ford led the reporting on the stadium’s controversial 2003 renovation—and simultaneously found himself unearthing a dramatic history. As he tells it, the tale of Soldier Field truly is the story of Chicago, filled with political intrigue and civic pride. Designed by Holabird and Roche, Soldier Field arose through a serendipitous combination of local tax dollars, City Beautiful boosterism, and the machinations of Mayor “Big Bill” Thompson. The result was a stadium that stood at the center of Chicago’s political, cultural, and sporting life for nearly sixty years before the arrival of Walter Payton and William “The Refrigerator” Perry. Ford describes it all in the voice of a seasoned reporter: the high school football games, track and field contests, rodeos, and even NASCAR races. Photographs, including many from the Chicago Park District’s own collections, capture these remarkable scenes: the swelling crowds at ethnic festivals, Catholic masses, and political rallies. Few remember that Soldier Field hosted Billy Graham and Martin Luther King Jr., Judy Garland and Johnny Cash—as well as Grateful Dead’s final show. Soldier Field captures the dramatic history of Chicago’s stadium on the lake and will captivate sports fans and historians alike.
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Fields of Glory

This is a new release of the original 1925 edition.

Author: Russell H. Conwell

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ISBN: 1494025043

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This is a new release of the original 1925 edition.
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Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

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ISBN: PSU:000059864424

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The Glory of Washington

Spotlight HUSKY MOMENT National Champion in the Half - Mile Run T he Husky track and field team had six outstanding ... Percy Egtvet , track captain in 1925 , came to Washington to play football but was unable to play because of a heart ...

Author: Jim Daves

Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC

ISBN: 1582612218

Category: Sports & Recreation

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The Glory of Washington is the most comprehensive book ever written on the fabled and rapidly growing University of Washington athletic program. This book chronicles over 100 years of Husky athletics, listing yearly accounts of statistics, records, individual achievements, and team accomplishments. Fans of the Huskies will enjoy reading about legends such as Hugh McElhenny, Aretha Hill, Gil Dobie, Hec Edmundson, Jim Owens, Karen Deden, Al Ulbrickson, Hiram Conibear, Don James, and Marv Harshman. Included is a complete listing of letter winners and Olympic competitors. Even the most rabid Washington fan will discover something new in this collection of vignettes that tell the tale of the purple and gold.
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California Baseball from the Pioneers to the Glory Years

1925 PCL Stars PLAYER ACCOMPLISHMENTS Paul Waner Hall of Fame Lloyd Waner Hall of Fame Tony Lazzeri Hall of Fame Lefty O'Doul Fourth highest all time major league batting average. Duffy Lewis Started in left field for the Boston Red Sox ...

Author: Chris Goode

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780557087600

Category: Baseball

Page: 390

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Beginning in the 1890s, the book examines the personalities, schools, teams, managers, and owners that helped shape baseball in California. It provides an insightful history of the game from the perspective of the California minor leagues, particularly the California League and Pacific Coast League. While focusing on the lives of a select group of pioneers integral to the sport in the Golden State, it reveals a representative and interesting sample of the achievements, events, and contributions spanning a half-century. Frank Chance, Walter Johnson, Hal Chase, Mike Donlin, Charlie Graham, Hap Hogan, Hen Berry, and Cy Moreing lead teams including Santa Clara College, St. Mary's, the Los Angeles Angels, Stockton Millers, San Jose Prune Pickers, Vernon Tigers, Santa Cruz Sand Crabs, Oakland Oaks, and San Francisco Seals. We begin in San Francisco in 1897 at the genesis of professional baseball in California ' at the San Francisco Examiner Baseball Tournament.
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The Brotherhood of Battle

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Author: Jerald L. Marsh

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469174969

Category: History

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Stories of generals and battles of the American Civil War have been told and retold but relatively little has been written about the common soldiers who fought in the war. In his thoroughly researched history of the Civil War soldiers and families of the upstate New York town of Newark Valley, Jerry Marsh sheds light on the lives of three hundred and nineteen soldiers of the town. He tells of the preacher's son who prayed to be a faithful soldier under the "Stars and Stripes" and the "Banner of Jesus," the eleven families who sent their father and son(s) to the war, the seventy sets of brothers who served, the youths and older men who misrepresented their ages to enlist, the seventy-four men killed or wounded in battle and thirty-nine who died of disease, the families who brought their dead or dying sons back to be buried at home, and the veterans who became productive citizens in New York and across the expanding nation. Marsh's narrative is enhanced by photographs, letters, diaries, and anecdotes from descendants of the courageous soldiers who fought to save the Union and ensure the freedom of all citizens of the "new nation."
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