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An edition of The Titanic's Last Hero (1997)

The Titanic's Last Hero

A Story of Courageous Heroism and Unshakable Faith

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This edition was published in by Historical Indexes

168 pages

There is more to the sinking of the Titanic than a historic tragedy. Courageous heroism and unshakable faith inspire all who know the story about the tragic events of that bitterly cold night a century ago. The Hollywood movies about the Titanic provide a great drama. The exhibit of hundreds of artifacts recovered from the ship provide great intrigue. But this story about John Harper will provide life-changing import to those who have read it.

Harper stood as a giant of unselfishness in a world where most men are obsessed with looking out for “number one,” a giant of sacrifice in a world where most men are unwilling to deprive themselves, a giant of passion for souls in the world where few men possess a deep desire for the salvation of their fellow man.

The book includes the John Harper story as told by Lowell Lytle (portraying Captain E.J. Smith) at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and elsewhere.
This reprint of the original 1997 book now includes several pages of John Harper and Titanic related editorial comments by titanic historian Lee W. Merideth.

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The Titanic's Last Hero: A Story of Courageous Heroism and Unshakable Faith
March 6, 2012, Historical Indexes
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The Titanic's Last Hero
1997, Olive Press
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The Titanic's Last Hero

First published in 1997



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There is more to the sinking of the Titanic than a historic tragedy. Courageous heroism and unshakable faith inspire all who know the story about the tragic events of that bitterly cold night a century ago. The Hollywood movies about the Titanic provide a great drama. The exhibit of hundreds of artifacts recovered from the ship provide great intrigue. But this story about John Harper will provide life-changing import to those who have read it.

Harper stood as a giant of unselfishness in a world where most men are obsessed with looking out for “number one,” a giant of sacrifice in a world where most men are unwilling to deprive themselves, a giant of passion for souls in the world where few men possess a deep desire for the salvation of their fellow man.

The book includes the John Harper story as told by Lowell Lytle (portraying Captain E.J. Smith) at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and elsewhere.
This reprint of the original 1997 book now includes several pages of John Harper and Titanic related editorial comments by titanic historian Lee W. Merideth.

The Titanic's Last Hero

A Story of Courageous Heroism and Unshakable Faith

This edition was published in by Historical Indexes


Edition Description

There is more to the sinking of the Titanic than a historic tragedy. Courageous heroism and unshakable faith inspire all who know the story about the tragic events of that bitterly cold night a century ago. The Hollywood movies about the Titanic provide a great drama. The exhibit of hundreds of artifacts recovered from the ship provide great intrigue. But this story about John Harper will provide life-changing import to those who have read it.

Harper stood as a giant of unselfishness in a world where most men are obsessed with looking out for “number one,” a giant of sacrifice in a world where most men are unwilling to deprive themselves, a giant of passion for souls in the world where few men possess a deep desire for the salvation of their fellow man.

The book includes the John Harper story as told by Lowell Lytle (portraying Captain E.J. Smith) at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and elsewhere.
This reprint of the original 1997 book now includes several pages of John Harper and Titanic related editorial comments by titanic historian Lee W. Merideth.

Table of Contents

Dedication
Preface
2012 Preface
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 6
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18

Classifications

Library of Congress
BX6495.H33 A5 2012

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
168
Dimensions
9 x 6 x 0.5 inches
Weight
7.2 ounces

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26535187M
ISBN 13
9780983610311
LC Control Number
2012371466

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