Adventist: The Autobiography of Joseph Piram King, 1848-1948 of Wilmington, North Carolina & Jacksonville, Florida ; Together with His, Heresy Or No Heresy? : Being His 1880 Defense Against Heresy Charges
Edited by Wes Bassett, Joseph P. King's autobiography spotlights American life between 1846 and 1946. King tells of his boyhood in Wilmington, N.C., during the Civil War, his bout with Yellow Fever, and his love affair with his wife of 60 years. He also tells of his long service as a minister. Included is his defense when he was put on trial for heresy in 1880. This 2nd edition contains corrections, additions, and a section of newly uncovered and collected photographs.
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