Artboard 33atençãoArtboard 18atualizarconectividadeArtboard 42boletocarrinhocartãoArtboard 45cartão SaraivacelularArtboard 42Artboard 23checkArtboard 28Artboard 17?compararcompartilharcompartilhar ativoArtboard 28Artboard 43Artboard 49Artboard 47Artboard 15Artboard 32ebookArtboard 22Artboard 5Artboard 25Artboard 1Artboard 42Artboard 11fecharfilmesArtboard 23gamesArtboard 4Artboard 9Artboard 6hqimportadosinformáticaArtboard 7Artboard 3Artboard 12Artboard 25Artboard 34Artboard 43Artboard 44curtirArtboard 24Artboard 13livrosArtboard 24Artboard 31menumúsicaArtboard 27Artboard 30Artboard 36Artboard 44outrospapelariaArtboard 17Artboard 6Artboard 27Artboard 30Artboard 29Artboard 26Artboard 2Artboard 20Artboard 35estrelaestrela ativorelógiobuscaArtboard 50Artboard 26toda saraivaArtboard 40Artboard 21Artboard 10Artboard 37usuárioArtboard 46Artboard 33Artboard 8seta

The American Flag - An Oration Delivered By REV. George Perry In Shoshoni, Wyoming, November 29th, 1917 (Classic Reprint (Cód: 10043085)


Forgotten Books

Vendido e entregue por Saraiva

Ooops! Este produto não está mais a venda.
Mas não se preocupe, temos uma versão atualizada para você.

Ooopss! Este produto está fora de linha, mas temos outras opções para você.
Veja nossas sugestões abaixo!

R$ 39,80

em até 1x de R$ 39,80 sem juros
Cartão Saraiva: 1x de R$ 37,81 (-5%)


Em até 1x sem juros de

Cartão Saraiva:


Em até 1x sem juros de

The American Flag - An Oration Delivered By REV. George Perry In Shoshoni, Wyoming, November 29th, 1917 (Classic Reprint


Quer comprar em uma loja física? Veja a disponibilidade deste produto

Entregas internacionais: Consulte prazos e valores de entrega para regiões fora do Brasil na página do Carrinho.

ou receba na loja com frete grátis

Formas de envio Custo Entrega estimada

* Válido para compras efetuadas em dias úteis até às 15:00, horário de Brasília, com cartão de crédito e aprovadas na primeira tentativa.

X Consulte as lojas participantes

Saraiva MegaStore Shopping Eldorado Av. Rebouças, 3970 - 1º piso - Pinheiros CEP: 05402-600 - São Paulo - SP


Excerpt from The American Flag: An Oration Delivered by Rev. George Perry in Shoshoni, Wyoming, November 29th, 1917 Man must sacrifice himself for the help and comfort of other men, and for succeeding generations. The toiler in mill or mine, the worker in shop, store or office, the inventor, philanthropist, physician, the brain worker, and all men engaged in any honest endeavor are sacrificing their time, energy, and talents that others may enjoy the results of their labors. While man is making a sacrifice for the benefit of others he is also receiving benefits for himself, and realizes the satisfaction that comes from deeds accomplished, and victories won. The highest and most noble example of moral sacrifice, in this day, is the soldier who leaves a comfortable home, kind friends, pleasant companions, and enters a conflict that requires all his physical and mental energies. He knows of the hardship and dangers ahead, and yet, unconsciously, he is making a sacrifice that others may enjoy liberty, peace and the pursuit of happiness. In these stirring times, which demand so much from our loyalty, and patriotism, and when the display of the National Emblem should inspire not only cheering, but also reverence and respect for that for which it stands, a discussion of how the eagle became our nation's symbol seems especially fitting. It is probable that few have ever given a thought as to why the eagle was adopted as our national bird. It is in no way particularly significant of America, and is not purely an American bird. The subject was given considerable thought by our forefathers and soon after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, John Hancock was placed at the head of a committee whose attention was turned to creating a national flag or seal. When this committee te ported to Congress, none of the designs submitted seemed suitable to that body, although Jefferson had worked out a shield, containing something symbolical of all the peoples that entered into the making of America; the Government represented-as a herculean figure with a giant club, standing between Vice and Virtue, was John Adams' idea: Franklin had created a seal, using the story of Pharaoh pur suing the Hebrews into the Red Sea. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca Forgotten Books
Cód. Barras 9781333330170
Altura 22.86 cm
I.S.B.N. 1333330170
Profundidade 0.13 cm
Referência 9781333330170
Acabamento Brochura
País de Origem Estados Unidos
Peso 0.05 Kg
Largura 15.24 cm