Stone Age Diary book. Stone age diary: The story of John and Janine Schultz (The Jaffray collection of missionary portraits).
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Published 2001 by Christian Publications.
This is a great little book which reads quickly but carries a compelling punch. Dr. Thompson, himself the son of martyred missionary parents, follows a call from the age of 14 to become a medical missionary. Expecting to serve in Asia like his parents before him, he winds up in West Africa, where not only poverty but sorcery and superstition abound. Each chapter tells the story of something remarkable, whether a miracle, a beautiful conversion or a tragedy.
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The Stories of John Cheever is a 1978 short story collection by American author John Cheever
The Stories of John Cheever is a 1978 short story collection by American author John Cheever. It contains some of his most famous stories, including "The Enormous Radio", "Goodbye, My Brother", "The Country Husband", "The Five-Forty-Eight" and "The Swimmer". Goodbye, My Brother". The Common Regular Day". O City of Broken Dreams".
Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848; Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886, e. The Library of Congress.
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John du Pont and Dave Schultz
John du Pont and Dave Schultz. On Jan. 26, 1996, Dave Schultz, one of America’s most accomplished Olympic wrestlers, was murdered in cold blood by John du Pont, the heir to one of America’s greatest fortunes. The 2014 Oscar-nominated film Foxcatcher, chillingly, was not so far off from the true story. John E. du Pont had everything as an heir to the du Pont family fortune, one of wealthiest families in America, and he’d won the public over by pouring more than three million dollars into . Paul Schutzer/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty ImagesJohn E. du Pont practicing shooting his pistol on Foxcatcher Farm. Newton Square, Pa. 1967.