Churches of the High Plains

Churches of the High Plains

by Troy Larson, Terry Hinnenkamp

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Overview

Churches of the High Plains by Troy Larson, Terry Hinnenkamp

Churches of the High Plains is a 120 page, hardcover, coffee table book featuring photos of churches, both active and abandoned, across the High Plains of North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Manitoba. Churches of the High Plains is part travelogue, part photo essay, and all history appreciation, and includes comments from the photographers, historical tidbits, stories from current and former church members and staff, and a lot more. A wide variety of faiths are represented in this volume, including Catholic, Lutheran, Congregational, Methodist, Seventh Day Adventist, Greek and Ukrainian Orthodox Churches, and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989096959
Publisher: Sonic Tremor Media LLC
Publication date: 07/01/2015
Pages: 120
Sales rank: 1,221,429
Product dimensions: 8.60(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Troy Larson is a former Fargo radio host, a native North Dakotan, who has been documenting North Dakota history through an examination of ghost towns, abandoned places, and lost landmarks since 2003. Through his website, Ghosts of North Dakota, millions of visitors have been entranced by the untold stories and forgotten places that make life on the high plains of North Dakota so unique.In 2013, with collaborator and fellow photographer Terry Hinnenkamp, Troy published the first of three volumes in the Ghosts of North Dakota series. Churches of the High Plains, a look at churches, both active and abandoned, across North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Manitoba, followed in 2014, and he published a local history book with an emphasis on vintage photographs, Fargo Moorhead Lost and Found, in 2015.Terry Hinnenkamp is a husband, dad, and full-time radio personality in Fargo, North Dakota, plus photographer and antique-hound. Terry is a native Fargoan who spent several years living and backpacking through Europe before returning to Fargo in 2003. His wanderlust and love of adventure prompted him to found the Ghosts of North Dakota project with collaborator Troy Larson, and together, they've been documenting ghost towns, abandoned places, and roadside attractions since 2003.

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