Books by Burton

A Russian Adventure

Burton K Janes - A Russian Adventure

The Lady Who Came

The Biography of Alice Belle Garrigus, Newfoundland’s first Pentecostal Pioneer, vol. 1

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The Lady Who Stayed

The Biography of Alice Belle Garrigus, Newfoundland’s first Pentecostal Pioneer, vol. 2

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History of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland

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The King of Baffin Land

W. Ralph Parsons, Last Fur Trade Commissioner of the Hudson’s Bay Company

(written with the late John Parsons)

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From Hinder’s Hall to Emmanuel

An Informal History of Emmanuel Pentecostal Church, Deer Lake, Newfoundland.

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Reflections From Ship Cove Pond to The Harbour Hills

The History of The Pentecostal Tabernacle Port de Grave, Newfoundland

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The Ancient Landmarks of Happy Cove and the Faithful Seven

The History of Beacon Tabernacle, Birchy Bay, Newfoundland.

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The Jug in the Window

The History of the Pentecostal Church, Springdale, Newfoundland

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From the Cottage to the Tabernacle

The History of Gald Tidings Tabernacle, Embree, Newfoundland

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A Journey of Faith and Grace

This History of Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle

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Oil of a Different Kind

The Family Christian Centre Story

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Where the River Flows

The History of Calvary Pentecostal Tabernacle, Bishop’s Falls, Newfoundland

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One thought on “Books by Burton

  1. Very nice Burton. I’ll check in every now and again to see what’s new. I have a book out now about childhood memories in Newfoundland. I did the editing myself and got a local printer to print it for me. I have my father’s books and mine at the Bookworm in the old Gander mall.
    If my wife and I get to Shades of the Past in Flatrocks this fall we’ll stop in and see you.

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