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A Ticket to Ride the Narrow Gauge (Colorado Rail Annual, No. 24), Francis, Julie E. and Loendorf, Lawrence L.
1 A Ticket to Ride the Narrow Gauge (Colorado Rail Annual, No. 24)

Francis, Julie E. and Loendorf, Lawrence L.New, Colorado Railroad Historical Foundation, 2000, 


Brand new book! ; Brand new book! ; Year-by-year rosters untangle the complex genealogy of car rebuilding and renumbering. Schedules and equipment assignments include Denver & Rio Grande, Rio Grande Western and its Utah antecedents, Rio Grande Southern, Florence & Cripple Creek, and the Silverton short lines. Surviving cars on Durango & Silverton, Cumbres & Toltec and Huckleberry railroads are included. You will find locomotive rosters, a list of dining stations, timetables, correspondence, advertisements, and other tidbits of narrow gauge history.

; 9" x 11"; 0918654246, 


Price: 49.95 USD
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Miracle Maker;   A Christmas Tale, Miracle maker
2 Miracle Maker; A Christmas Tale

Miracle makerNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2015, 


Brand New DVD.

; Brand New DVD.

; "The Miracle Maker is coming!" If any town is in need of a miracle, it’s Woodhaven, a tiny town hanging on the edge of the American frontier. It’s nearly Christmas, but it’s hardly a season of celebration. Work is scarce, money is tight, love is lagging, and spirits are down. Maybe the Miracle Maker can turn things around. The town anxiously waits for someone magnificent who can change their lives. But the ragged traveller who appears isn’t what anyone expects—except for one small silent boy and a precocious little girl. It seems this man can barely take care of himself, let alone fulfill the dreams of others. But miracles can come in all shapes and sizes—and sometimes from unexpected places. Your entire family will love this Christmas tale of hope, love, and miracles.

; DVD;

Miracle Maker Movie Trailer from Ron Brough on Vimeo.


Price: 19.95 USD 17.96 USD 
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Priesthood Power Unlocked, Ridges, David J.
3 Priesthood Power Unlocked

Ridges, David J.New in New Dust Jacket, Cedar Fort Publishing & Media, 2015, 


Brand new hardcover book!

; Brand new hardcover book!

; Discover the purposes and promises of God's restored priesthood power. This illuminating new book from beloved gospel teacher David Ridges is both inspiring and informative. Designed to help men and women better understand priesthood power and to help faithful, worthy men exercise that power, Priesthood Power Unlocked is clear and concise, sure to become an instant classic in every gospel library.

; 9.13 X 6.57 X 1.11 inches; 128 pages; 9781462115914, 


Price: 14.95 USD 13.46 USD 
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4 Creatively Christmas; Inspired Yuletide Décor

Rizzo, JenniferNew, Plain Sight Publishing, 2014, 


Brand new softcover book!

; Brand new softcover book!

; Start your holiday decorating with Creatively Christmas! Filled with over 35 hands-on projects, creative and easy craft, gift and decorating ideas for every skill level. Follow popular designer and lifestyle blogger Jennifer Rizzo on a rustic, vintage, handmade journey through the yuletide season. Enjoy an approachable and relaxed style to real Christmas decorating, ending with a tour of homes decorated for the holidays such as a restored country cottage, a vintage farmhouse, and converted polo pony barn. Learn how to make your own beautiful decorations, such as the Sparkly Doily Banner, Snowball Jingle Bells, Reindeer Tea Towel, and more. Grab a hot glue gun and pom-poms and enjoy page after page of glittery and festive projects.

; 9 X 9 X 0.50 inches; 272 pages; 9781462114245, 


Price: 26.95 USD 24.26 USD 
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Vogel, Dan (editor)New in New Dust Jacket, Signature Books, 2007, Salt Lake City, UT


Brand new hardcover book! Never been read! ; Brand new hardcover book! Never been read! ; BEST DOCUMENTARY SERIES AWARD, JOHN WHITMER HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONIn this series: Volume 1: Smith family and VermontVolume 2: Palmyra and environsVolume 3: Palmyra and environs cont. Volume 4: Colesville, S. Bainbridge, & HarmonyVolume 5: Fayette Who else, besides Joseph Smith, saw the gold plates from which the Book of Mormon was translated? Martin Harris, one of the Three Witnesses, said that he saw the holy record with his "spiritual eyes, " that the plates were otherwise kept concealed in a wooden box, wrapped in a cloth, and that nobody saw them. The Eight Witnesses, according to Harris, hesitated to sign a written testimonial for the same reason; they had not seen the plates with their natural eyes. Early Mormon Documents: Volume Two provides all of the available statements by Harris and Oliver Cowdery (other witnesses are featured in subsequent volumes) so that readers can judge for themselves the meaning of these testimonies. In addition, Harris and Cowdery recall Joseph Smith’s treasure hunting, his spiritual gifts, and the process of translating the gold plates. Together their accounts constitute a thoroughly documented, first-person narrative of Mormon origins. One section of Volume Two contains reminiscences by non-Mormon typesetter John Gilbert, whose contribution to the Book of Mormon has previously been inadequately acknowledged. When the printer’s manuscript was delivered to Gilbert’s office in downtown Palmyra, New York, it was unpunctuated—a stream of words without sentence breaks, commas, paragraph indentations, or capitalization—and Cowdery relied on Gilbert’s copy-editing skills. Smith was at the time living near his inlaws’ house in Pennsylvania. Gilbert’s interpretations have appeared in published editions of the Book of Mormon ever since. Finally, editor Dan Vogel has included in this volume interviews with the Smiths’ Palmyra neighbors. That "a prophet is not without honor except in his home town" was true in Joseph Smith’s case. When he announced that God had called him to do a "marvelous work, " people reacted with astonishment. Not that he was a particularly troublesome young man; he simply lacked the credentials usually associated with religious leadership. He was "a clever, jovial boy" with a penchant for adventure and mischief, according to neighbors, and one who enjoyed a whiskey-and-water with friends and occasionally got into a scuffle. Such adolescent behavior assumed sinister overtones only later in light of Joseph’s blossoming religiosity. His claims antagonized not only the pious members of the local society but also his former treasure-hunting companions. Meanwhile the local press lampooned his vision of the "spirit of the money diggers, " describing this apparition as "a little old man . . . Clad [in an] Indian blanket and moccasins" who spoke "reformed Egyptian. " Although similar bias is evident in some neighbors’ accounts, their memories are significant in instances where they corroborate statements made by Smith family members and early Mormon converts. In addition, some of Smith’s early acquaintances—John Stafford, the brothers Benjamin, Lorenzo, and Orlando Saunders—are "friendly sources, " according to Vogel. Others provide information about the general cultural environment. For instance, Willard Chase, whose sister was a village scryer, criticized Smith for having borrowed a seer stone without returning it. While Chase and others denied belief in mysticism, they nonetheless confirmed its prevalence in western New York. ; Vol. 2; 6" x 9"; 704 pages; 9781560850939, 


Price: 34.95 USD 17.48 USD 
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Vogel, Dan (editor)New in New Dust Jacket, Signature Books, 2000, Salt Lake City, UT


Brand new hardcover book! Never been read! ; Brand new hardcover book! Never been read! ; BEST DOCUMENTARY SERIES AWARD, JOHN WHITMER HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONIn this series: Volume 1: Smith family and VermontVolume 2: Palmyra and environsVolume 3: Palmyra and environs cont. Volume 4: Colesville, S. Bainbridge, & HarmonyVolume 5: Fayette Volume Three includes accounts of: The first Mormon church services, held in the Young Men's Association third-story hall in Palmyra, in a neighbor's barn, and at the Smith family residence. The first baptisms conducted near the Smith family residence at a mill pond in Hathaway Brook The translation of the Book of Mormon, said by some to have occurred, in part, in a cave dug into Miner's Hill, north of the Hill Cumorah The return of the gold plates to a cave. The Smith family's Palmyra residency: upstairs from their cake and beer shop on Main Street, to a cabin on Stafford Road, a cabin in neighboring Manchester, and their small frame house in Manchester The Smiths' daily work—Joseph Sr. As shop owner, pork packer, and barrel maker, Joseph Jr. As a hired farm hand, living away from his family at age fourteen. ; Early Mormon Documents Series; Vol. 3; 1.62 x 9.34 x 6.37 Inches; 650 pages; 9781560851332, 


Price: 34.95 USD 17.48 USD 
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Vogel, Dan (editor)New in New Dust Jacket, Signature Books, 2002, 


Brand new hardcover book! Never been read! ; Brand new hardcover book! Never been read! ; "I will give you a Short history of what I know about Joseph Smith Jr. I have binn Intemetely acquainted with him about 2 years[. ] he then was about 20 years old or there about[. ] I also went to schoal [school] with him one winter[. ] he was a fine likely young man & at that time did not Profess religion[. ] he was not a profain man although I did once in a while hear him sware[. ] he never gambled to my knowledge[. ] I Do not believe he Ever did[. ] I well know he was no Hoars [horse] Jocky for he was no Judge of Hoarses[. ] I Sold him one[; ] that is all I ever knewd he dealt in the kind[. ] I never new him to git drunk [although] I believe he would now and then take a glass[. ] he never Pretended to Play the Slight [sleight] of hand nor Black leg [horse betting. ] it was fashionable at that time to drink Liquor[. ] I do not Believe in any religion & there fore am friendly to all[. ] I Believe that there is a heaven & hell & those that do not right here through there lives will be damned but still I believe I do right myself[. ] I State this for facts that any thing [different] from waht I have Said about Joseph Smith that is wors[e] than I say is false & untrue. " —Josiah Stowell Jr. (son of Joseph Smith's employer) to Elder John S. Fullmer, 17 February 1843; Vol. 4; 1.36 x 9.54 x 6.3 Inches; 482 pages; 1560851597, 


Price: 34.95 USD 17.48 USD 
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