July 26, 2021 (Newswire.com) –
Robert H. Tate, a Civil Warfare scholar and historian, has accomplished his new guide, “Reflections of Emma”: an illuminating examine two people who discovered Emma’s bible and her exploits all through the northeast in Nineteenth-century America.
Robert writes, “Reflections of Emma is a guide a couple of lifetime of ideas of a lady identified solely to us as Emma. Whereas on certainly one of their many journeys to the northeast a part of the nation, Robert (Bob) and Becky discovered her Bible, an 1864 King James model, in an vintage retailer in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. It had over 100 clippings from newspapers and magazines on all kinds of subjects related to her time. These clippings held particular that means to Emma and gave Bob perception into her world and ideas. After buying the Bible, Bob and his spouse visited the northeast a number of instances, spending a whole bunch of hours looking out by means of native courthouses and libraries. They searched each native and nationwide magazines and newspapers, making an attempt to doc precisely the place every article in Emma’s Bible originated. Ultimately, there was just one clipping that would not be documented. Whereas on these journeys, in addition they went by means of courthouse beginning and demise data and visited numerous cemeteries all around the northeast, making an attempt to discern Emma’s final title; this additionally was to no avail. We might by no means know who she was, however she left us with an enduring view of mid- to late-nineteenth-century America.”
Printed by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Robert H. Tate’s new guide is a significant account of two folks discovering a lady’s Bible that lets the bearer replicate on and achieve a greater understanding of the religion and beliefs of throughout American historical past.
Readers can buy “Reflections of Emma” at bookstores all over the place, or on-line on the Apple iTunes Retailer, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
Covenant books is a world Christian-owned and operated publishing home primarily based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books makes a speciality of all genres of labor which enchantment to the Christian market. For extra info or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.
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