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Polish Chicago: Our History, Our Recipes

Since the 1830s millions of Poles, often overcoming oppression and hardship, have come to Chicago with a dream of freedom, a willingness to work and a love of country, both old and new. Moreover, to Polish Americans, food is a cause for sharing, celebration and for honoring tradition. As such, this title turns a spotlight on 36 Polish-American restaurants and families who opened up their kitchens to share delectable recipes. Written by Joseph W. Zurawski, an expert on the Polish-American experience, Polish Chicago: Our History, Our Recipes is a handsome, 240-page, hardbound volume containing 720 rare historical photographs and exquisite food photographs.

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A Living Legacy

Evangelical Free Church of America - A Pictorial History
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Trace the background of this modern denomination to its roots in the Scandinavian countries of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. The “free church” movement began in the mid-19th century when believers sought to break away from the established, state-controlled religious institutions in Europe.

  • Chapters chronicle the growth of church members and leaders, overseas missions, annual conferences, volunteer work, and the development of academic universities.
  • 72-page hard cover, 12-x-9 inches, over 150 digitally enhanced black & white photographs, matte-finished paper for easy reading, front cover with colorized historical photograph
  • Jim Forstrom is currently the archivist for the Evangelical Free Church of America. Ordained in 1965, he served as an E.F.C.A. minister for 27 years as well as teaching part-time at Trinity College for 13 years. Jim attended Iowa State University and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.