Dealings of God, Man and the Devil As Exemplified in the Life, Experience and Travels of Lorenzo Dow and Vicissitudes of Life 1854

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Kessinger Publishing, 1 lug 2003 - 616 pagine
This book is two volumes in one. The Dealings of God, Man and the Devil as Exemplified in the Life, Experience and Travels of Lorenzo Dow covers a period of over half a century, together with his polemic and miscellaneous writings. Lorenzo Dow was a remarkable and eccentric individual, who for nearly thirty years, promoted by an inward impulse, devoted himself to a life of singular labor, self-denial and sacrifice. One month he could be heard of laboring for the good of souls in his own peculiar way, in the neighborhood of his native New England home; the next, perhaps, encountering the dangers and hardships of a Georgia or Kentucky wilderness, or fleeing for his life from the scalping knife of the Indian savage. Peggy Dow contributes her Vicissitudes of Life as the second volume herein. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read.

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1777-1834

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