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Leaves From the War Log of the Nancy, 1813.

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Leaves From the War Log of the Nancy, 1813.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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ContributionsSnider, C.H.J.
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The war for independence had been fought and won, the frontier had been conquered and they were free to give full play to this religious impulse. There were signs of a great religious awakening that reached to the outposts of civilization. The construction of log houses of worship quickly followed the erection of homes.


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