By Joseph Dawson
An intensely own and intimate autobiographical portrait of the Baptist minister and journalist.
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Mother's darning needle saved our clothes from completely wearing out. The price of cotton wobbled but tilted toward increase. For the first time at the end of the year we came out clear. One trifling incident, amusing in memory but disconcerting when it occurred, temporarily aroused a strong resentment toward the doctor. He had left a kind of cabinet contraption in the small office, surrendered to the boys for a sleeping room. He promised Page 18 that he would come for it at his convenience. One night curiosity impelled us to pry it open.
Dawson Studies in Church and State, so named in honor of its distinguished alumnus who is a recognized authority and author on church-state relations. We at Baylor take particular pride in the name of this interdepartmental research program, for the Dawson name is a reminder to us of Christian concern, courage, competence, and contribution in the area of church and state. Finally, herein is a portrait of a man who above all is known and loved as a warm human being. Rich in friendships and cherished memories of a life spent for God and country, Joseph Martin Dawson's legacy has been even further enriched by the writing of this volume, which reveals so clearly the heart and life of one of God's noblest servants.
Bland of Missouri. Father never let us forget Missouri. Alas, prosperity lingered only a year or so just as he feared. He applauded President Rutherford B. S. Grant and sorrowfully lamented the assassination of James A. Garfield. " 2 The shared output of rented land did not satisfy him. In the midst of heated discussion far beyond my comprehension, Father determined in 1882 upon a bold adventure. A friend had invited him to manage a restaurant in Bowie, Montague County. In the hope of laying hold of enough cash to make a down payment on the purchase of a farm, or else try a business career, he accepted.