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Excerpt from Andrew Jackson Potter, the Fighting Parson of the Texan Frontier: Six Years of Indian Warfare in New Mexico and Arizona
No humbleness of birth, no depth of poverty, no de graded condition, no severity of hardships, no height of difficulties, and no array of living Opponents, present in superable barriers to a stable reform, and the ultimate acquisition of virtue and honor, where there is a decisive will and unfailing energy, coupled with faith in the favor able results of a just enterprise, managed agreeable to the law of right and justice. Will, inspired with the might of Faith, removes mountainous obstacles, and reaches the goal of victory. Author.
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bound: 484 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 2, 2017)
isbn: 133410736X, 978-1334107368,
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