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  1. The Poor and the Land: Being a Report on the Salvation Army Colonies in the United States and at Hadleigh, England, With Scheme of National Land Settlement and an Introduction [ 1905 ] by H. Rider (Henry Rider) Haggard, 2009-08-10
  2. Origin and Development of the Salvation Army by Not Stated, 1985
  3. Fight the good fight: The story of the Salvation Army in New Zealand, 1883-1983 by Cyril R Bradwell, 1982
  4. Social Service In The Salvation Army (1910) by Salvation Army, 2010-09-10
  5. The ninth general: A profile of Erik Wickberg, international leader of the Salvation Army by Bernard Watson, 1970
  6. Somebody's Brother: A History of the Salvation Army Men's Social Service Department, 1891-1985 (Studies in American Religion) by Edward H. McKinley, 1986-12
  7. The Salvation Army Handbook of Doctrine by Author, 1935
  8. The Salvation Army (Christian Denominations) by Clifford W Kew, 1977
  9. The Social Relief Work of the Salvation Army in the United States by Frederick St. George de Booth-Tucker, 2010-07-24
  10. A Gentle War: The Story of the Salvation Army by Lawrence Fellows, Janet Beller, 1980-01
  11. The Salvation Army-Ists: No Quakers by A. Quaker, 2008-12-09
  12. Father of Salvation Army Music Richard Slater by Arch R. Wiggins, 1945-01-01
  13. Twenty-One Years' Salvation Army; Under the Generalship of William Booth by George Scott Railton, 2009-12-27
  14. Brass Bands of the Salvation Army: Their Mission and Music by Ronald W. Holz, 2006-01

61. Salvation Army Hawaii
The salvation army has been serving Hawaii s underprivileged families for morethan 107 years now.

62. Home Page
Works to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in his name. Includes locations, programs, services and volunteer and employment opportunities.
Maryland and West Virginia Division About Us Locations/Contact Us Programs Services ... Sitemap/Search About The Salvation Army The Salvation Army, founded in 1865, is an international religious and charitable movement motivated by love of God and a practical concern for the needs of humanity. This is expressed through a spiritual ministry which purposes are to preach the Gospel, disseminate Christian truths, supply basic human necessities, provide personal counseling and undertake the spiritual and moral regeneration and physical rehabilitation of all persons in need who come within its sphere of influence regardless of race, color, creed, sex, or age. A branch of the universal Christian Church, The Salvation Army is organized and operated in a quasi-military pattern. Its members include officers (clergy), soldiers/adherents (laity), members of varied activity groups and volunteers who serve as advisors, associates, and committed participants in its service. Click here for Highlights from "A Chosen Generation" Youth Councils 2005
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63. Salvation Army Employment Plus - Home
The salvation army Employment Plus is the largest Job Network provider in Australia,drawing on more than 100 years of employment services experience

64. The Salvation Army Southern Territory
Contains information regarding programs, disaster help, donations and contact persons.
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Pictures salvation army Disaster Response at Utica, Illinois April 2004.Welcome From Major Pat McPherson. About Emergency Services. How to Join SATERN

66. Home Page
Information on the group, its activities and events which includes a gospel choir and junior football team.
The Salvation Army Bourne Corps 'Bourne 4 Christ' Contact Us Manning Road, Bourne, PE10 9ET Fax: (01778) 393459 E-Mail (Click HERE for NEW SITE) “We aim to be fully devoted followers of Jesus - who make fully devoted followers of Jesus usr="kinseysabourne";

67. The Salvation Army Of Massachusetts
Click here to read the Massachusetts salvation army s 2004 Victory Report, Click here to learn how you can help support The salvation army while

68. The Salvation Army Southern California
A non profit charitable organization with numerous worship centers, social services and community programs. Find out more, volunteer, or make a charitable donation.
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Salvation Army Serving Storm Survivors with Food and Shelter in 12 States
The Salvation Army continues to feed and shelter survivors of Hurricane Katrina. We will continue to work diligently while there is need to meet that need in whatever ways we can.
A $100 donation to The Salvation Army will feed a family of four for two days, provide two cases of drinking water and one household clean-up kit, containing brooms, mops, buckets, and cleaning supplies
For the most up to date information CLICK HERE to visit The Salvation Army National Website Click Here to donate to the Hurricane Relief To donate by phone, call 1-800-SAL-ARMY.. To donate by mail, send checks, earmarked 'disaster relief,'to PO BOX 4857 JACKSON, MS 39296-4857.

69. Intermountain Division - Colorado, Montana, Utah, Wyoming
The salvation army Hosts Picnic at Downtown Denver Service Center. The SalvationArmy is having a community picnic for Denver’s homeless July 4 at 2136

70. The Flint Citadel Band Of The Salvation Army
Flint, Michigan, US Personnel lists and discography.
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71. Salvation Army Omaha
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72. Nonconformists
Refers to Protestants who were not members of the Church of England. Included Wesleyan Methodists, Primitive Methodists, Quakers, Baptists, Unitarians, Congregationalists, and members of the salvation army.
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Nonconformist is the name given to Protestants who are not members of the Church of England . This included Wesleyan Methodists Primitive Methodists Quakers Baptists ... Congregationalists , and members of the Salvation Army
The different Nonconformists campaigned together against the Test and Corporation Acts that had been passed by Parliament in the 17th century. These acts excluded Nonconformists from holding civil or military office. Nonconformists were also prevented from being awarded degrees by the universities of Cambridge and Oxford.
The Tories in the House of Commons tended to be in favour of these acts and so the Nonconformists mainly supported the Liberal Party who advocated civil and religious liberty. After the Test and Corporation Acts were repealed in 1828, all the Nonconformists elected to Parliament were Liberals
The religious census of 1851 revealed that total Nonconformist attendance was very close to to that of Anglicans . In most of the chief manufacturing areas and in Wales, Nonconformists clearly outnumbered members of the

73. Welcome To The Salvation Army Omaha
Provides services for families, the homeless, seniors, disasters, and adultrehabilitation. View current events, news, donation information, annual reports

74. Redirect To Salvation Army Territory Web Portal
News, history, employment opportunities, position statements, publications, suggested readings, services offered, doctrines, church locations, ways to help, and links to other salvation army websites are found on the territorial website.

75. Salvation Army&e=747 - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Family Tracing Service. Enter your postcode to find yournearest salvation army. quick links 7th July Assistance Centre, ALOVE
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76. Catherine Booth
Abstract Born in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, in 1829. At the age of fourteen she developed spinal curvature and four years later, incipient tuberculosis. It was while she was ill in bed that she began writing articles for magazines warning of the dangers of drinking alcohol. In 1864 she and William Booth began in London's East End the Christian Mission which later developed into the salvation army. She died of cancer in October 1890.
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Catherine Booth , the daughter of a coach builder, was born in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, in 1829. When she was a child the family moved to Boston, Lincolnshire and later they lived in Brixton, London . Catherine was a devout Christian and by the age of twelve she had read the Bible eight times. She had a social conscience from an early age. On one occasion she protested to the local policeman that he had been too rough on a drunken man he had arrested and frog-marched to the local lock-up. Catherine did not enjoy good health. At the age of fourteen she developed spinal curvature and four years later, incipient tuberculosis. It was while she was ill in bed that she began writing articles for magazines warning of the dangers of drinking alcohol. Catherine was a member of the local Band of Hope and a supporter of the national Temperance Society In 1852 Catherine met William Booth , a Methodist minister. William had strong views on the role of church ministers believing they should be "loosing the chains of injustice, freeing the captive and oppressed, sharing food and home, clothing the naked, and carrying out family responsibilities." Catherine shared William's commitment to social reform but disagreed with his views on women. Catherine was an avowed feminist. On one occasion she objected to William

77. The Salvation Army: Ireland
The salvation army in Ireland. Enter your postcode to find your nearestsalvation army. quick links 7th July Assistance Centre, ALOVE, Anglia

78. Welcome To The Salvation Army Of Northern New England
Provides direct assistance and spiritual comfort to needy citizens of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

79. The Salvation Army Welcome
Welcome to, where you will find information, interactive areasand resources for Salvationists and Christian friends.

80. Baltimore Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center
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