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Sounding Forth the Trumpet

Peter MarshallDavid Manuel

Sounding Forth the Trumpet

Peter MarshallDavid Manuel

$39.99

Paperback
48 Chapters^

- Publisher Sounding Forth the Trumpet brings to life one of the most crucial epochs in America's history--the events leading up to and precipitating the Civil War. In this enlightening book, readers live through the Gold Rush, the Mexican War, the skirmishes of Bleeding Kansas, and the emergence of Abraham Lincoln, as well as the tragic issue of slavery.

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48 Chapters^
- Publisher

Sounding Forth the Trumpet brings to life one of the most crucial epochs in America's history--the events leading up to and precipitating the Civil War. In this enlightening book, readers live through the Gold Rush, the Mexican War, the skirmishes of Bleeding Kansas, and the emergence of Abraham Lincoln, as well as the tragic issue of slavery.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Peter Marshall

Peter Marshall has gained national recognition as a preacher and teacher on Christian maturity. A graduate of Yale University and Princeton Theological Seminary, he formerly served as pastor of the East Dennis Community Church on Cape Cod. Marshall lives in Orleans, Massachusetts. He is the co-author of The Light and the Glory:1492-1787 with David Manuel.

David Manuel

David Manuel is the author or coauthor of several books, including Like a Mighty River, The Jesus Factor and The Light and the Glory:1492-1787 . He holds a BA in English from Yale University and lives in Hull, Massachusetts.

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  • Catalogue Code 138730
  • Product Code 0800757033
  • EAN 9780800757038
  • Pages 560
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Revell
  • Publication Date Sep 1999
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 37 mm
  • Weight 0.766kg

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