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Here You Have My Story: Eyewitness Accounts of the Nineteenth-Century Central Plains

Here You Have My Story: Eyewitness Accounts of the Nineteenth-Century Central Plains - Richard E. Jensen I can read 'you' like a book. Because it is a book! I've always liked Michael Jensen's writing style, and this is no different. I'm not quite sure, however, where 'you' is aimed. Some material seems to explain Christian views on humanity to an interested outsider. At other times some material sounds like it's assuming an insider is reading. Maybe it's a thought-provoker for those on the fringes: heard a bit of Bible, not really for or against, whatever. That's a good aim - if I have it right - because most people come to the centre through the fringe.

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