Christian Literature & Link Index
How to Be Saved by Rev. H.C. Hornady - About 1863
Link to Antique Christian Tracts at the University of North Carolina, subject to their copyright restrictions (55 Titles - Quality/accuracy subject to interpretation)
John 3 opens a website with several Bible translations. The NIV version has a button to hear as well as see the written Word. The website address is: http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John+3&version=NIV
HOW TO BE SAVED
The following Christian tract, "How To Be Saved", was printed in the C.S.A. during the War Between the States. The message in this tract is as true now as it was from the time of Jesus Christ and as it will be until the end of this World.
This Christian tract is printed in a format and font very similar to the original. It is:
NOT FOR RESALE.
FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.
HOW TO DOWNLOAD the Images (Each image is 8-1/2" X 11" overall):
Hold cursor over image
Left-Click on "Save Picture"
New window opens
Select Directory where you want to save the image
Left-Click on "Save"
Repeat for the second image
"What Must I Do to be Saved" - Image 1 of 2
"What Must I Do to be Saved" - Image 2 of 2
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The Weekly Advocate
Baton Rouge Newspaper
The following newspaper article, "Another Day of Prayer", was printed in Louisiana, C.S.A., during the War Between the States. It illustrates the religious side of the Confederacy.
This newspaper article is:
From the Louisiana State Archives microfilm.
- Typed from the microfilm.
- NOT FOR RESALE.
- FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.
- NOTE: In the first line of the second paragraph, the word after "English" was not readable. The word "zest" was placed there.
How to Download the Image (Image is 6" X 4-1/2" overall):
- Hold cursor over image
- Right-Click mouse
- Left-Click on "Save Picture"
- New window opens
- Select Directory where you want to save the image
- Left-Click on "Save"
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