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By Paul E. Johnson

A quarter-century after its first book, A Shopkeeper's Millennium is still a landmark work--brilliant either as a brand new interpretation of the intimate connections between politics, economic climate, and faith throughout the moment nice Awakening, and as a stunning portrait of a quickly starting to be frontier urban. The spiritual revival that remodeled the US within the 1820s, making it the main militantly Protestant country on the earth and spawning reform activities devoted to temperance and to the abolition of slavery, had a particularly strong impression in Rochester, long island. Paul E. Johnson explores the explanations for the revival's extraordinary good fortune there, suggesting vital hyperlinks among its ethical accounting and the city's new business international. In a brand new preface, he reassesses his facts and his conclusions during this significant paintings.

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BELOW: Thursday, June 1, 1944: Two Higgins LCM-3s from the USS Samuel Chase (APA-26) have pulled up to the seawall at the intersection of Custom House Quay and the Esplanade on the waterfront in Weymouth, Dorset. S. Army Rangers are loading five Royal Navy LCAs, and LCI(L)-497, LCI(L)-84, and LCH-87 are nested together. S. Army Rangers have boarded five Royal Navy LCAs for the trip out to their transport anchored in the harbor during embarkation shortly before D-Day. In the background, LCI(L)-497, LCI(L)-84, and LCH-87 can be seen nested together alongside the quay.

S. Coast Guard. Both the Barnett and the Dickman ultimately carried elements of the 4th Infantry Division to Utah Beach on D-Day. At the far left, a group of soldiers has already boarded an unidentified British LCA (probably from Empire Gauntlet). S. Army Rangers from A Company, 5th Ranger Battalion boarding a British LCA in Weymouth Harbor, Dorset, during embarkation for D-Day on June 1, 1944. S. Army Rangers from E Company, 5th Ranger Battalion aboard an LCA in Weymouth Harbor, Dorset, during embarkation for D-Day on June 1, 1944.

Robert B. Landry (56th Fighter Group commanding officer); back row, Capt. Walter Cook (62nd Fighter Squadron), and Lt. Col. David C. Schilling (62nd Fighter Squadron/Group Headquarters). These men would fly long fighter sweeps over the invasion beaches on June 6, 1944. RIGHT: Three men from a USAAF fighter group’s maintenance section servicing a North American P-51 Mustang at a base in England in early 1944. 50-caliber machine guns. With an intense air war unfolding in the skies over northwestern Europe, the maintainers of aircraft were just as important as the pilots who did the flying.

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