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Books:Non-Fiction:World History:Japan

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Women of all Nations - (Vol 1-2) A Record of Their Characteristics, Habits, Manners, Customs and Influence, Joyce, Thomas Athol - Thomas, Northcote Whitridge
1 Women of all Nations - (Vol 1-2) A Record of Their Characteristics, Habits, Manners, Customs and Influence

Joyce, Thomas Athol - Thomas, Northcote WhitridgeVery Good with no Dust Jacket, Cassell and Company, 1908, 


Half Leather binding is rubbed around the edges and corners. Leather is a bit faded, but pages are tight and clean with no noticed markings. There is no volume number, except on the spine there is one asteric which indicates with volume the book is. This is Volumes 1 and 2. There are black and white pictures of girls and women throughout the book from different cultures. Has interesting information about each culture, physical characteristics, and customs. ;

Great set.

; Vol. 1/2/2017; Black and White Photographs; 8.1" x 11.6"; 772 pages, 


Price: 93.15 USD 83.84 USD 
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The Trek East,  Mormonism Meets Japan, 1901-1968, Takagi, Shinji
2 The Trek East, Mormonism Meets Japan, 1901-1968

Takagi, ShinjiNew, Greg Kofford Books, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT


Brand new softcover book!

; The Trek East represents Mormonism’s ongoing search for a haven in Japan that began at the turn of the twentieth century. This effort to evangelize and grow in Japan occurred with the backdrop of three forces of history that had emerged in the previous century. First, with the aspirations of Manifest Destiny achieved in conquering the western frontier, the United States was becoming a Pacific military and economic power. Second, Japan was opening up its borders after 220 years of national seclusion, allowing its enterprising young men to travel abroad, foreign missionaries to enter the country, and its citizens eventually to practice a religion of their choice. Third, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, having been freed from government harassment for the practice of polygamy, was beginning to think of going beyond the then established missions. Author Shinji Takagi takes a distinctively “macro” approach, focusing on the logic behind the narrative—why certain decisions were made and their historical significance. The Trek East is therefore as much about Japan as it is about Mormonism. Readers will observe, through the eyes of Mormonism, the intellectual, legal, political, religious, and social aspects of Japan as the country evolved across history.

; 9 X 6 X 1.50 inches; 608 pages, 


Price: 39.95 USD 35.96 USD 
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