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CARVED IN STONE

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Title

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Copyright

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Dedication

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CONTENTS

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p. vii

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Preface

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pp. ix-x

The early New England settlers found themselves in a harsh, unfamiliar environment, looking for a new beginning. What they brought with them were their skills, ingenuity, and, more than anything else, their perseverance and their religious faith. One of their legacies, one that still resonates in our culture, is revealed on the stones in early New England graveyards...

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Acknowledgments

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p. xi

For this book I am indebted to a number of people for their help and support. My heartfelt thanks and appreciation, in particular, to: Bob McCann for his careful and insightful eye and knowledge of all things photographic; Christopher Collins for his literary stylistic advice; Joan Schweighardt for her extraordinary attention to all details leading up to publication; Renee Rockoff for the preliminary book design; Suzanna Tamminen for her guidance; and to the many friends and family members for their generosity and encouragement, among them Judy and Noel Hanf..

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Stone Faces

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pp. 1-20

In 1990 I lived in York, England. My apartment was about a mile north of the old city wall, and most mornings I would walk down Bootham, through the old gate called Bootham Bar, and explore the city. One drizzling morning, near...

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Plates

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pp. 21-116

First, be entreated to consider attentively how great and awful a thing eternity is. Although you cannot comprehend it the more by considering, yet you may be made more sensible that it is not a...

List of Plates

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pp. 117-120

Bibliography

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pp. 121-122

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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p. 123