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The Millers And The Saints by Rex D. Hamann
"The book includes exhaustive research conveyed in detailed accounts of each of the selected seasons…. [F]or the reader who loves baseball and its history, especially that of the Twin Cities, the book is a treasure."--Midwest Diamond Report Chronicling the 1902-1960 rivalry between the Minneapolis Millers and St. Paul Saints, this book focuses on the 18 seasons during which one or the other of the Twin City rivals captured the American Association championship. Each chapter includes an introduction explaining the general status of the pennant-winning team--including biographical information on key players--followed by detailed game accounts and a season summary with critical statistics. Written in the present tense, the game accounts are the meat of the book, immersing the reader in the action of baseball as it was played decades ago. Woven into the game accounts are items of interest--player inquiries, team standings in the pennant race--which help the reader develop a range of viewpoints.
Union And Communion Of Saints A Sermon On Phil Ii 2 3 Delivered At Hampstead N H Oct 15 1837 Etc by John KELLY (of Hampstead, N.H.)
Lives Of The Irish Saints by John O'Hanlon
Year Books Of The Reign Of King Edward The Third by Alfred J. Horwood
These fifteen volumes offer a detailed account of case-law in the reign of Edward III.
The family magazine of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Around The Year Once Upon A Time Saints by Ethel Pochocki
Ethel Pochocki, whimsically and unforgettably, presents a new set of heavenly friends to readers young and old in this third collection of Once Upon a Time Saints stories. Beginning in the dark of December, the start of the Church Year, there are stories and poems for each month, all bursting with saintly--not to mention angelic--deeds and happenings. Each tale or verse--whether of mystical apparitions in a tiny Irish village or of friars who float in the air or of entire countries single-handedly converted to Christianity--makes it quite plain that heaven doesn't keep to its place at all, but is happily determined to spill over into earthly life--here, there and . . . all around the year.