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JOSHUA - MAN OF FAITH, Petersen, Mark E.
JOSHUA - MAN OF FAITH
Petersen, Mark E.
8.00 USD 7.20 USD
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy
Dewey, Richard Lloyd
9.00 USD 8.10 USD
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They Came like Swallows, Maxwell, William
They Came like Swallows
Maxwell, William
12.00 USD 10.80 USD
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THE STORM TESTAMENT - Vol V -, Nelson, Lee
THE STORM TESTAMENT - Vol V -
Nelson, Lee
15.95 USD 14.35 USD
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THE STORM TESTAMENT - Vol IV -, Nelson, Lee
THE STORM TESTAMENT - Vol IV -
Nelson, Lee
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THE STORM TESTAMENT - Vol III -, Nelson, Lee
THE STORM TESTAMENT - Vol III -
Nelson, Lee
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Fire and Steel, Vol. 1: A Generation Rising  A Generation Rising, Lund, Gerald N.
Fire and Steel, Vol. 1: A Generation Rising A Generation Rising
Lund, Gerald N.
21.95 USD 19.75 USD
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Fire and Steel, Vol. 2: The Storm Descends, Lund, Gerald N.
Fire and Steel, Vol. 2: The Storm Descends
Lund, Gerald N.
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The Big Story Book for Young Folks
1 The Big Story Book for Young Folks

Good+, Whitman Publishing Co., 1928, Racine, Wisconsin

Hardcover



Cover rubbed and edge worn. Pages have been colored slightly by the previous owner, with name inside the front cover. A few pages have come out but are still inside the book. Stories are delightful and are in fair condition! ; The Big Story Book for Young Folks is filled with bedtime and anytime stories. Good for the whole family. ; 7.5" x 11", 

42979

Price: 12.00 USD 10.80 USD 
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Forging the Fetters, Alexander, Mrs.
2 Forging the Fetters

Alexander, Mrs.Very Good, The F. M. Lupton Publishing Company, N.D., New York, NY

Hardcover



No date on the title page but it may have been published around the 1900s. Right side of the front cover has been rubbed leaving white marks. A few small stains in the upper left corner of the front cover. Back cover has also been slightly rubbed. Pages are yellowed but well bound. Previous owners name is inside. ; 5" x 7 1/4"; 162 pages, 

42607

Price: 20.00 USD 18.00 USD 
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FAITH OF OUR FATHERS - VOL 1 - A House Divided, Allen, Nancy Campbell
3 FAITH OF OUR FATHERS - VOL 1 - A House Divided

Allen, Nancy CampbellNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2008, American Fork, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; It is the eve of the Civil War, and the delicate fabric of a young nation threatens to tear apart as volatile issues divide its people. James and Jeffrey Birmingham, brothers, now find themselves and their families on opposing sides of a great and terrible conflict. James is a wealthy Bostonian with a son who is a passionate and outspoken abolitionist, and a daughter who must hide her identity as the writer of controversial newspaper articles. Jeffrey, who lives on a South Carolina plantation, has a son who joins the Mormon Church, then leaves home after a failed attempt to free his family's slaves. Jeffrey's cowardly younger son ruthlessly preys on the weak; and his young daughter despises her family's beliefs--finding more kinship with the slaves than with her own flesh and blood. Caught in the middle are the slaves, who, along with immigrant families, are desperate to find their place in a country that is rapidly drawing its battle lines. From the bustling streets of Boston to the lush plantation fields of the South, from the drudgery of camp life to the terrors of the battlefield, millions of lives are about to be irrevocably changed ...A House Divided, volume one of the epic series Faith of Our Fathers, is one of the most ambitious novels in LDS publishing history. Chronicled in this remarkable book are the lives of compelling characters in the midst of astounding events--set forth and guided by the merciful hand of our Heavenly Father. ; Faith of Our Fathers Series; Vol. 1; 9.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 Inches; 456 pages, 

39586

Price: 16.95 USD 15.26 USD 
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Til the Boys Come Home, Borrowman, Jerry
4 Til the Boys Come Home

Borrowman, JerryNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2005, American Fork, UT

Paperback



Brand New! ; "At fifteen, Danny O’Brian dreams of being something different than what his union-leader father has become—and now that the Richards family has moved to town, maybe it’s possible. The Richardses have everything that the O’Brians seem to lack—education, money, social standing—and best of all, they are truly kind to Danny. Everything changes, however, when war takes the two young men far beyond the peaceful streets of Pocatello, Idaho. Dan must fight in the trenches, reluctantly using the one skill he was taught by his father. Meanwhile, Trevor battles the enemy in the skies. But war will not be kind to these two men with a brotherly bond. A lyrical and sweeping story of a friendship unfolding in the days of the First World War, ’Til the Boys Come Home shows that there can be life after tragedy and that sometimes the one we need most desperately to forgive is ourself. "; 6.25" x 9.25"; 446 pages, 

50693

Price: 17.99 USD 16.19 USD 
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The Testimony of Luke, Brown, S. Kent
5 The Testimony of Luke

Brown, S. KentNew in New Dust Jacket, Brigham Young University Studies, 2015, Provo, UT

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; Enthroned above all creation towers the exalted, glorified Christ. Descending into the darknest recesses of human agony and sin reaches the warm, caring Jesus. These two are the same person. Luke's testimony introduces us to this man become God-God the Son. He comes into our world already bearing a divine nature, already carrying divine qualities. His birth is a miracle; he is "Christ the Lord" (Luke 2:11)

The most distinguishing element of this line-by-line, word-by-word commentary is its use of Latter-day Saint scriptures-the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price-to illuminate Luke's Gospel. For example, important LDS doctrines arise from Jesus' activity in the spirit world immediately after his death.

More than all other Gospel accounts, Luke captures the compassion and love of the Savior. Such sweet concern manifests itself particularly for the downtrodden and those forced to the margins of society. Within his text, Luke discloses the deep, divine love that runs through his narrative of the Christ.

; Brigham Youn University New Testament Commentary Series; 9.50 X 6.50 X 2.60 inches; 1213 pages, 

57589

Price: 29.95 USD 26.96 USD 
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Greatest Plays, Chekhov, Anton
6 Greatest Plays

Chekhov, AntonVery Good, Franklin Library, 1979, Pennsylvania

Leather



Part of The Franklin Library's collection of special edition printings of The 100 Greatest Books of All Time. Chocolate brown faux leather and gilt design with raised spine, gilt page edges and illustrations. ; The Cherry Orchard / The Sea Gull / The Three Sisters / Uncle Vanya; 6" x 9.25"; 274 pages, Illustrated by Stan Hunter, 

54464

Price: 24.00 USD 21.60 USD 
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Borgen, Cronin, A. J.
7 Borgen

Cronin, A. J.Very Good, Gyldendalske Boghandel, 1942, 

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall good condition. ; Book is entirely in Danish. ; 6" x 9"; 116 pages, 

48506

Price: 36.00 USD 32.40 USD 
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Yesterday's Daughter, Daringer, Helen
8 Yesterday's Daughter

Daringer, HelenVery Good, Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1964, 

Hardcover



Cover has very little edge or corner wear. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall good condition. ; 5.5" x 8.5"; 156 pages, 

51728

Price: 30.00 USD 27.00 USD 
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Evading Babylon, Daybell, Chad
9 Evading Babylon

Daybell, ChadNew, Brigham Distributing, 2012, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; In the near future, the world as we know it will suddenly change. Natural disasters will lead to economic difficulties, leaving the United States on the edge of collapse. During this time of strife, members of the LDS Church will be invited by their leaders to survive the civil unrest by gathering to holy refuges.

In the midst of the turmoil, recently returned missionary Nathan Foster joins a secret team of men who help the Saints escape modern society’s implosion. Nathan is expected to devote all of his time and energy to this cause, but he faces a major personal obstacle in doing so—Marie Shaw.

Nathan has admired Marie since their high school days, and now she’s showing genuine interest in him as well. However, more national trouble erupts—including acts of bioterrorism on U.S. soil—that not only threatens to tear apart their relationship, but puts their lives in deep peril.; Times of Turmoil Series Series; Vol. 1; 0.6 x 8.8 x 6 Inches; 287 pages, 

55196

Price: 14.95 USD 13.46 USD 
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PORTER ROCKWELL - A Biography, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
10 PORTER ROCKWELL - A Biography

Dewey, Richard LloydNew in New Dust Jacket, Paramount Publishing, 2002, Farmingdale, NY Usa

Hardcover



Brand new hard cover. New dust jacket photo of pistol & a rose on the cover. Never been read! ; Orrin Porter Rockwell served as U. S. Deputy Marshal, Indian Fighter, guerrilla, and bodyguard to Brigham Young. In his early Missouri days he suffered months of dungeon-style imprisonment at the hands of anti-Mormon persecutors but, unlike many Mormons, Rockwell fought back and earned the nickname, "The Avenging Angel. "In the West, he purportedly killed more men than Wyatt Earp, Doc Holladay, Batt Masterson, and Tom Horn combined. He also held a supernatural mystic to outlaws. He claimed Joseph Smith commanded if he would not cut off his hair, he could not see in a fight. Thus, he became known as the latter-day Samson of the West, where outlaws actually gathered about campfires and sang ballads about him. His story as a guerrilla fighter against 2500 U. S. Soldiers in the Utah War is a gripping tale, unknown even to many scholars. In this book, explosive early Mormon history is unraveled with Rockwell in the forefront. Richard Lloyd Dewey quotes hundreds of original sources--journals, letters, and court records--some from sources never tapped before, and answers questions left hanging over a hundred years. In the process he reports little-known events and reveals a colorful, intensely loyal character to his church--yet a portrait in dichotomy, due to human frailties. Although much of Rockwell's life is pieced together form painstaking research, the frontiersman is still somewhat shrouded in mystery, yet all known, recorded "Porter Rockwell Stories" are included in the volume. The result is an intriguing trip through American history... A delightful and stimulating trip indeed. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 592 pages, Illustrated by Price, Clark Kelley (Illustrator), 

22624

Price: 22.95 USD 20.66 USD 
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11 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydVery Good+ in Good+ Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 1999, Provo, UT

Hardcover



Excellent condition, tight, and very clean. DJ shows some wear to edges and corners. ; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 1; 6.25" x 9.25"; 486 pages, 

19476

Price: 8.50 USD 7.65 USD 
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
12 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydNew in New Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 2001, Provo, UT U. S. A.

Hardcover



Brand new hard cover with black and gold illustrated dust jacket. Never been read! ; Few men have endured the hardships and triumphs of pioneer gunfighter, Orrin Porter Rockwell. His family was his life. His best friend, Mormon prophet Joseph Smith, was his cause. And when he faced enemies who forced his people from their homes, a seed was planted which later blossomed into his future station in life--that of the only gunman to kill more outlaws than Doc Holladay, Tom Horn, Bat Masterson and Wyatt Earp combined. Initially, he struggles with his choices, torn over whether or not to fight back, wanting to keep a watchful eye on his family and simultaneously adhere to Christian teachings of turning the other cheek. But his conscience led him down a unique path among his people to become a protector and fighter. This true story reveals his close friendship as a youngster with Joseph Smith, and follows his teenage years through an engaging yet humorous courtship with a young woman he meets and is determined to marry. The story then details his inner battles which haunt him through a frustrating marriage, where he struggles to keep domestic peace while waging a war against his enemies. Throughout it all, the center of his world becomes his oldest daughter, Emily. He takes her everywhere, through hair-raising adventures into badlands and into the deepest recesses of his heart. In this volume he faces foes from New York to Missouri which outnumber his band of friends, yet often they prevail. In fact, beating the odds becomes a way of life for them. Rockwell's inner conflicts tell the universal story of man's worst enemy being himself. He succeeds in some battles but not in others, yet consistently proves himself in one significant arena--that of friendship and loyalty. On that field, he always comes out the victor. Latter-day Saints are proud to view him as a folk hero. His story give those of all races and creeds who struggle a chance to review their own weaknesses and see a man who at least tries, and who does the best with what he has despite his extremely, and at times incredibly, rough edges. Reading this book allows the reader to see what a real hero can truly be about. Best of all, it's an accurate story, with years of meticulous research behind it, all of which glows in the authenticity of the times and events of early Mormon history, while pulling the reader into real people's lives and exploring their intriguing, complex characters. ; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 1; 6.25" x 9.25"; 486 pages, 

22625

Price: 26.50 USD 23.85 USD 
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
13 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydVery Good in Very Good+ Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 1999, Provo, UT

Hardcover



DJ is dark with bronze stripes on top and bottom. Green lettering. Minor wear. Hardcover is very nice. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; Volume 1 only. "Rockwell's life was an extraordinary mix of faith and firepower. Well-researched. " -Dr. Walter Nugent, Professor of History Notre Dame University; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 1; 6.25" x 9.25"; 486 pages, 

29141

Price: 9.00 USD 8.10 USD 
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 2 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
14 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 2 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydNew in New Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 2001, Provo, UT U. S. A.

Hardcover



Brand new hard cover with black and gold illustrated dust jacket. Never been read! ; The second volume in The Porter Rockwell Chronicles, Porter and the Mormons make the exodus to Nauvoo, Illinois, and built a city of striking beauty. In Nauvoo, Porter would experience first-hand heartache and exultation. His relationship with his wife would provide interesting trials, his closeness with his oldest daughter would solidify even more, and his friendship with Joseph would also grow stronger, all preparatory to the character development that would set him apart in later years as America's most mysterious gunfighter.; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 2; 6.25" x 9.25"; 461 pages, 

22626

Price: 26.50 USD 23.85 USD 
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 3 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
15 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 3 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydNew in New Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 2001, Provo, UT U. S. A.

Hardcover



Brand new hard cover with black and silver illustrated dust jacket. Never been read! ; "In volume 3, Porter returns from the East and undergoes trials he never anticipated. His family, his closest friends and his very freedom are taken away from him. All the while his beloved city of Nauvoo begins collapsing like a house of cards. Now, more than ever, he is resolved to fight bak. His reputation begins to soar, and with good reason! Among other gems, we learn in this volume the cirucmstances surrounding his decision never to cut his hair - in order to shield himself form harm by bullet or blade. " ; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 3; 6.25" x 9.25"; 527 pages, 

22627

Price: 23.88 USD 21.49 USD 
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 4 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
16 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 4 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydNew in New Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 2001, Provo, UT U. S. A.

Hardcover



Brand new hard cover with black and silver illustrated dust jacket. Never been read! ; Arriving in his new home of Deseret Territory, now Utah, Porter Rockwell once again experiences miraculous protection. Upon learning that the U.S. Government is invading his people, Porter and a comparatively small handful of Mormon guerillas take on 2,500 crack soldiers of the U.S. Army, with their very lives on the line, and watch a major miracle unfold. But new battle lines are drawn after his daughter Emily rejoins him on the frontier. Long since separated from his wife Luana, he falls in love with another woman, whom his daughter cannot accept While this conflict rages at home, Porter, now a U.S. Deputy Marshal, guns down vicious outlaws. ; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 4; 6.25" x 9.25"; 527 pages, 

22628

Price: 24.88 USD 22.39 USD 
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David Copperfield, Dickens, Charles
17 David Copperfield

Dickens, CharlesVery Good, The Franklin Library, 1980, 

Hardcover



Cover has very little edge or corner wear. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; 6" x 9", 

50873

Price: 46.58 USD 41.92 USD 
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Illuminations of the Heart - NEW - A Historical Romance Novel, DiPastena, Joyce
18 Illuminations of the Heart - NEW - A Historical Romance Novel

DiPastena, JoyceNew, Brigham Distributing, 2009, Brigham City, Utah

Paperback



Brand New Book ! ! ! ; Her heart is lost in that first embrace, her world shaken to its foundations. There is just one problem: her name is not Clothilde. It is Siriol de Calendri. Trained in the art of illumination in the far-off city of Venice, Siri is directed by her late brother's will to the county of Poitou in France, where she enters the guardianship of her brother's friend, Sir Triston de Brielle. Once in Poitou, Siri hopes to find employment in an illuminator's shop - until Triston unexpectedly snatches her heart away with a kiss. Triston is a man of quiet honor and courage, but the guilt he carries for the death of his late wife, Clothilde, has left him numb and hesitant to love again. Worse yet, Siri bears an uncanny resemblance to his lost love. Or does she? Her merry laughter and twinkling eyes are very different from his late wife's shy smiles and quiet ways. Yet when he gazes into Siri's face, all he sees is Clothilde. Then Triston's past returns to threaten them both. Will his tragic life with Clothilde be repeated with Siri? Trapped between the rivaly of the king's sons on the one hand and a neighbor out for vengeance on the other, Triston realizes it would be safer to send Siri away. But how can he bear to lose her again? S iri is determined not to be cast off and not to live in another woman's shadow. She has illuminated many a priceless book with pen and paint. But can her own vibrant spirit illuminate the darkness in Triston's soul and make his heart beat for her alone? ; 6" x 9"; 425 pages, 

44990

Price: 18.00 USD 16.20 USD 
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The Mill on the Floss, Eliot, George
19 The Mill on the Floss

Eliot, GeorgeVery Good-, The Franklin Library, 1981, 

Hardcover



Cover has very little edge or corner wear. However, there is a white substance in the grains of the front cover. Pages tight and clean with no noticed markings. Overall excellent condition. ; 6" x 9", 

50871

Price: 20.00 USD 18.00 USD 
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The Mill on the Floss, Eliot, George
20 The Mill on the Floss

Eliot, GeorgeVery Good, The Franklin Library, 1981, 

Hardcover



Beautiful green hardcover is in excellent condition, with gilt gold page edges and marbled end pages. Interior tight and clean with no noticed markings. ; 6" x 9"; 536 pages, Illustrated by Herbert Tauss, 

50977

Price: 24.00 USD 21.60 USD 
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