of San Francisco , which built the church as a place of worship for local railroad workers in 1888. The church was deconsecrated to make way for a new, larger one and was headed for destruction until several individuals intent on preserving local history established the Landmarks Society and purchased the site and building in 1959. It has served as a schoolroom and town meeting hall and is now a popular setting for weddings
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Pakistan - The English language uses several models to create demonyms. The most common is to add a suffix (Affix) to the end of the location's name, slightly modified in some instances. These may be modeled after Late Latin, Semitic, Celtic (Celtic languages) or Germanic (Germanic languages) suffixes, such as: *''-(a)n'' (countries continents: Africa → African, Albania → Albanian, America (America (disambiguation)) → American, Armenia → Armenian, Asia → Asian, Australia → Australian, Austria → Austrian, Bosnia → Bosnian, Brunei → Bruneian, Bulgaria → Bulgarian, Burma → Burmese (though see below; Irregular forms), Cambodia → Cambodian, Chile → Chilean, Colombia → Colombian, Costa Rica → Costa Rican, Croatia → Croatian, Cuba → Cuban, El Salvador → Salvadoran, Estonia → Estonian, Ethiopia → Ethiopian, Europe → European, Georgia (Georgia (country)) → Georgian, Germany → German, Guatemala → Guatemalan, Haiti → Haitian, Honduras → Honduran
Meiji era is also a popular setting. ''Jidaigeki'' show the lives of the samurai, farmers, craftsmen, and merchants of their time. ''Jidaigeki'' films are sometimes referred to as chambara movies, a word meaning "sword fight", though chambara is really a subgroup. They have a set of dramatic conventions including the use of makeup, language, catchphrases, and plotlines. '''Sengoku-jidai''' (Warring States (Sengoku period) era
to an exponential increase in popular support and federal funding for a standing navy to combat French predation on U.S. shipping. The Gallic Wars have become a popular setting in modern historical fiction, especially that of France and Italy. Claude Cueni wrote a semi-historical novel "The Caesar's Druid" about a fictional Celtic druid, servant of Caesar and recorder of Caesar's campaigns. Similarly, Norman Spinrad's ''The Druid King'' follows the campaigns from