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The Booths, their children, and The Salvation Army have all received extensive study, so only a small portion of available works can be listed here. Works are listed alphabetically by title within each category. Asterisks denote those available through The Salvation Army (see addresses below).
Exactly one hundred years ago, William Booth published a dramatic, detailed plan for ending unemployment and overcoming poverty.
William Booth was born in economic and spiritual poverty, yet he founded a worldwide organization dedicated to their eradication.
Three revivalists from across the Atlantic profoundly influenced the Booths' theology and mission.
In His Own Words
Their struggles and achievements
The General's view of sanctification, the kingdom of God, and salvation moved his Army to action.
First General of the Salvation Army
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June 20, 1599: The Synod of Diamper, sponsored by the Roman Catholic church, seeks to correct the errors of Christians in India and bring them into conformity with the teachings of the church.

June 20, 1885: A band of Moravian missionaries lands on the shores of Alaska and founds the Bethel Mission.

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