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Raccoon John Smith

Louis Cochran

Raccoon John Smith

a novel based on the life of the famous pioneer Kentucky preacher.

by Louis Cochran

  • 212 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Duell, Sloan and Pearce in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky
    • Subjects:
    • Smith, John, 1784-1868 -- Fiction.,
    • Pioneers -- Fiction.,
    • Clergy -- Fiction.,
    • Kentucky -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.C642 Rac, PS3505.O157 Rac
      The Physical Object
      Pagination370 p.
      Number of Pages370
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5884776M
      LC Control Number63016818
      OCLC/WorldCa1017883

      “Raccoon” John Smith • Born on Octo in East Tennessee’s Sullivan County • Education: Alexander Campbell Said, “John Smith is the only man that I ever knew who would have been spoiled by a college education.”.   Raccoon John Smith by Louis Cochran. Paperback $ Ship This Item — Temporarily Out of Stock Online. Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase. Publish your book with B&N. Learn : Louis Cochran.

      Barton W. Stone, Thomas and Alexander Campbell, Samuel Rogers, Walter Scott, “Raccoon” John Smith, Moses E. Lard, and many others are featured in this . Raccoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky's Most Famous Preacher is the biography of a man whose work among the early settlers of Kentucky carries an important legacy that continues in our own time. The son of a Revolutionary War soldier, Smith spent his childhood and adolescence in the untamed frontier country of Tennessee and southern Kentucky/5(3).

      The Legacy Of Raccoon John Smith, by Everett Donaldson is released Williams – Life of Elder John Smith, Augustus Williams, (2 Issues consulted: issue, Central Book Concern, Cincinnati, & issue by McQuiddy Press, Nashville – Most references are to the issue unless otherwise noted.). Raccoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky's Most Famous Preacher (Religion in the South) (English Edition) eBook: Elder John Sparks: : Tienda Kindle/5(5).


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Raccoon John Smith is the story of a single man, but in carefully examining the events and people that influenced Elder Smith, this book also serves as a formative history for several Christian denominations, as well as an account of the wild, early years of the Commonwealth of by: 1.

Raccoon John Smith is the story of a single man, but in carefully examining the events and people that influenced Elder Smith, this book also serves as a formative history for several Christian denominations, as well as an account of the wild, early years of the Commonwealth of Kentucky/5(5).

Raccoon John Smith is the story of a single man, but in carefully examining the events and people that influenced Elder Smith, this book also serves as a formative history for several Christian denominations, as well as an account of the wild, early years of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Raccoon John Smith The following excerpts of material were taken from the Genealogy of George Smith/Schmidt and Rebecca Bowen and is intended to be both informative concerning the life of John as well as give the reader a feel for the period in which "Raccoon" John Smith lived.

At least a portion of their material came from The Life of Elder John Smith by John Augustus Williams which was.

Raccoon John Smith is the story of a single man, but in Raccoon John Smith book examining the events and people that influenced Elder Smith, this book also serves as a formative history for several Christian denominations, as well as an account of the wild, early years of the Commonwealth of : The University Press of Kentucky.

Raccoon John Smith is the story of a single man, but in carefully examining the events and people that influenced Elder Smith, this book also serves as a formative history for several Christian denominations, as well as an account of the wild, early years of the Commonwealth of by: 1.

John “Raccoon” Smith. by Bruce Daugherty. One of the most inspirational individuals of the American Restoration movement was John ‘Raccoon’ Smith. This preacher from the backwoods of Kentucky proclaimed freedom in the gospel of Christ and the unity of believers based on the Word of God.

Raccoon John Smith was a noble pioneer of the restoration movement in America. Born Octohe was the son of George Smith, who was the second person to arrive at Stockton Valley, and who was one of the original members of Clear Fork Baptist Church.

When John was a young man, Clear Fork donated a tract of land for the first school. Raccoon John Smith book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1). Elder "Raccoon" John Smith spent much of his life in Wayne County and several of the churches in the county exist today because of his efforts.

Elder Smith was an associate of Alexander Campbell and Barton W. Stone and as a direct result of their preaching, Location: Michigan Avenue Monticello, KY, United States.

Raccoon John Smith book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Sparks, John. Raccoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky’s Most Famous Preacher. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, Pp.

xxvi, $, cloth. In this extensive but somewhat cluttered study, John Sparks explores the life and ministry of Kentucky Baptist-turned-Disciple preacher “Raccoon” John Smith against hisFile Size: 16KB.

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Raccoon John Smith is the story of a region, the profound influences that shaped its formation, and intermittently, the biography of Elder John Smith. From the late eighteenth century through the Civil War, John Sparks traces the life of this Appalachian preacher, delving into theology, church formation, societal developments, politics, and many other topics along the way.

During the time when “Raccoon” John Smith () was preaching, the erroneous tenets of Calvinism were widely believed by those around him in the religious world.

Smith himself had believed Calvinism early in his life before learning the truth. After learning the truth, he ardently opposed it in his preaching.

His wife Nancy, however, thought [ ]. "Raccoon" John Smith was an early leader in the Restoration Movement. In Januarythe First Christian Church in Monticello, Kentucky appointed a committee to investigate the possibility of obtaining and preserving the old log cabin home of Elder John Smith.

The cabin was located on a farm 16 miles from Monticello in an area called Horse Location: Michigan Avenue Monticello, KY, United States. Raccoon John Smith is the story of a single man, but in carefully examining the events and people that influenced Elder Smith, this book also serves as a formative history for several Christian denominations, as well as an account of the wild, early years of the Commonwealth of : The University Press of Kentucky.

Stowe Dailey Shockey is a best-selling author and a gifted singer/songwriter. She had her first Top in (“Leavin’s Been a Long Time Comin’”) with the group, Shenandoah. Her album, Angel Chants, was the inspirational soundtrack of Angel Stories, featured on with singing and speaking engagements, she is a volunteer music therapist for Alive Hospice and cancer clinics.4/5(2).

Raccoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky's Most Famous Preacher John Sparks, Author University Press of Kentucky $45 (p) ISBN Buy this book John Smith, born on the frontier in.

Completely reformatted, corrected, and annotated, The Life of Elder Raccoon John Smith is a book that belongs in every Christian’s library, and should be well-worn with use. Paperback, pages Like this. Raccoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky's Most Famous Preacher is the biography of a man whose work among the early settlers of Kentucky carries an important legacy that continues in our own time." "The son of a Revolutionary War soldier, Smith spent his childhood and adolescence in the untamed frontier country of Tennessee and southern Kentucky.Raccoon John Smith is the story of a single man, but in carefully examining the events and people that influenced Elder Smith, this book also serves as a formative history for several Christian denominations, as well as an account of the wild, early years of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.4/5(2).The "Raccoon" John Smith House in Owingsville, Kentucky was built in It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in It was a home of "Raccoon" John Smith.

It is listed as "address restricted" in the NRIS database, but at W. Main St. in its Inventory/Nomination document. It has also been known as the J.A.J. Lee House and denoted as BHLocation: Address Restricted, Owingsville, Kentucky.