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by Stephen L. Prince

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ISBN:
0870623273
Author:
Stephen L. Prince
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Arthur H. Clark Company; First edition (April 21, 2004)
Pages:
334 pages
EPUB book:
1537 kb
FB2 book:
1914 kb
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1583 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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689


Gathering in Harmony book.

Gathering in Harmony book.

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Gathering in Harmony is a chronicle of ordinary people such as Allen Taylor, John H. .Stephen L. Prince practices dentistry in the shadow of his Alma Mater, . Redd, George Prince, and James H. Imlay, whose lives collectively represent a cross-section of early Mormon history and the pioneering of southern Utah. Far more than a family history, the book deftly recreates the forces that influenced these people in their journeys and the way in which they themselves helped to shape events. where he did both his undergraduate as well as his dental studies. Библиографические данные. Imlay, whose lives collectively represent a cross-section of early Mormon history and the pioneering. ISBN13:9780870623271.

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Premium Harmony" is a 3,720-word short story originally published in the November 2009 issue of The New Yorker on 9 November 2009. The story is set in Castle Rock, and is the first to take place there since the 1995 short story "The Man in the Black Suit"; the city is said to be run-down and almost ghost-like, implying that the town never recovered from Leland Gaunt's evil campaign in the 1991 novel Needful Things. The story later appeared in the collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

No group of people was more important than the Mormons to the settlement of the American West, but most histories are written of the more glamorous Mormon leaders, not of the plain folks who lived the events that formed the broader history. Gathering in Harmony is a chronicle of ordinary people such as Allen Taylor, John H. Redd, George Prince, and James H. Imlay, whose lives collectively represent a cross-section of early Mormon history and the pioneering of southern Utah.

Gathering in Harmony presents the story of Mormonism from the earliest days in Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa to the trek across the plains to Utah. Far more than a family history, the book deftly recreates the forces that influenced these people in their journeys and the way in which they themselves helped to shape events. Drawing on many primary sources, the narrative goes on to recount the early settlement of southern Utah, the story of New Harmony--a small town with a significant history--and culminates with the exploits of a most uncommon common man, Sheriff Antone B. Prince.

Southern Utah in its early settlement years is revealed in words and deeds of the pioneers. Told with objectivity and a respect for the faith of his forebears, the author illuminates the lives of those who struggled to build up the inheritance for those who would follow.

  • September
Excellent writing. A very clear and well researched presentation of early LDS (Mormon) Church history through the eyes of a family who lived it. I greatly enjoyed the amazing experiences of the legendary Sheriff Antone Prince!
  • Buzalas
It is a book that includes some of my family. I enjoyed getting better acquainted with a family member. My father was a deputy sheriff at one time with Antone.
  • Zymbl
Amazing book. MUST READ. FOUNDATIONAL TO WESTERN HISTORY. Insightful, focused sentences weave extensively researched facts into a story. It is clear that author Prince uncovered historically correct story as he researched fact. A jig sawed puzzle into a correct picture of history. Probably the least biased LDS history book. Calls it like it was. The love between the Latter day Saints emerges from the pages like disparate brothers bound by blood, not just faith. Family type defensive love of an irritating sibling to the death, a thousand miles foot travel rescue..A thread of revelation permeates the story. BUT divine revelation seems to emerge, not be inserted or chased by the author. Exhausting. More like a movie than a book, .The grammar and vocabulary are incredible, vibrant and spot on.