Explore James Carroll, Carroll S and more!

Explore related topics

Early American Gardens: Garden Art History - Versailles painted by American James Carroll Beckwith 1825-1917

Early American Gardens: Garden Art History - Versailles painted by American James Carroll Beckwith 1825-1917

Early American Gardens: Garden Art History - Versailles painted by American James Carroll Beckwith 1825-1917

Early American Gardens: Garden Art History - Versailles painted by American James Carroll Beckwith 1825-1917

Today in Black History, 4/21/2014 - James Carroll Napier and other Black members of the Nashville business community founded the Nashville One-Cent Savings Bank (now Citizens Savings Bank & Trust Company), the nation’s first bank owned and operated by African Americans. For more info, check out today's blog!

Today in Black History, 4/21/2014 - James Carroll Napier and other Black members of the Nashville business community founded the Nashville One-Cent Savings Bank (now Citizens Savings Bank & Trust Company), the nation’s first bank owned and operated by African Americans. For more info, check out today's blog!

France    Early American Gardens: Garden Art History - Versailles painted by American James Carroll Beckwith 1825-1917

France Early American Gardens: Garden Art History - Versailles painted by American James Carroll Beckwith 1825-1917

James Carroll’s urgent, masterly Jerusalem, Jerusalem uncovers the ways in which the ancient city became a transcendent fantasy that ignites religious fervor unlike anywhere else on earth. That fervor animates American history as much as it does the Middle East, in the present as deeply as in the past. In Carroll’s provocative reading of the deep past, the Bible came into being as an act of resistance to the violence that threatened Jerusalem from the start. Centuries later, holy wars…

James Carroll’s urgent, masterly Jerusalem, Jerusalem uncovers the ways in which the ancient city became a transcendent fantasy that ignites religious fervor unlike anywhere else on earth. That fervor animates American history as much as it does the Middle East, in the present as deeply as in the past. In Carroll’s provocative reading of the deep past, the Bible came into being as an act of resistance to the violence that threatened Jerusalem from the start. Centuries later, holy wars…

Pinterest
Search