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  1. Year Round Imagination. Open Daily from 10am - 6pm. Nestled in the heart of historic Old Sacramento since , we’ve been supplying amusement and enchantment to our visitors with a frightfully extensive supply of themed costume apparel and novelty gift items.
  2. In The Old Evangelization, Sammons goes back to the source, taking a look at what Jesus did (and didn't do) when he preached the Good News and drawing out the lessons he taught us. All evangelization begins with a personal "encounter." And so Sammons examines Jesus' most instructive Gospel encounters--with the Samaritan woman at the well, for 4/5(17).
  3. Voorhies' story, published in , is about Emmeline Labiche and Louis Arceneaux, the "real" Evangeline and Gabriel. According to this version, Emmeline and Louis tried to flee the village of St. Gabriel in old Acadie before the deportation, but they were caught by the British and were separated.
  4. As the British drove the French out of mid-eighteenth century Acadia (present-day Nova Scotia), seventeen-year-old Evangeline Bellefontaine is torn by British soldiers from her fiance, Gabriel Lajeunesse, on the eve of their wedding. Heartbroken but determined, Evangeline - along with illegal trapper Bernard Arseneau and priest Felician Abadie.
  5. About this Item: Henry Altemus, Philadelphia. Cloth. Condition: Good. Small book, decorated green inside covers and adjacent end paper, pencil Christmas note on reverse of first front end paper, color illustration "Death of Gabriel" beautiful as frontispiece, copyrighted .
  6. Now, you can bring the spirit of camp meeting to your church with Old-Fashioned Meeting, a classic collection of foot-stompin' convention favorites sure to raise the roof-and revive the soul! With 14 songs arranged for SATB choir, every service can become an invigorating homecoming experience full of warmth, joy and the spirit of revival.
  7. This is the review which was in the Times-Picayune on March 3, The young and the restless The epic tale of the Acadian `Evangeline,' told for children who know the territory 03/03/02 By Marigny Dupuy Children's book columnist Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poetically tragic love story of Evangeline and her lost love, Gabriel, has held readers in thrall since its publication in

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