They Came to Wrong Way Home by Doward, Jan S

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A saga of courage and sacrifice by the Smith family, who left their home in Washington State to carve a new life on the Alaskan frontier. This staunch Adventist family faced depression, sorrow, trials, and discouragement with faith in God.

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A saga of courage and sacrifice by the Smith family, who left their home in Washington State to carve a new life on the Alaskan frontier. This staunch Adventist family faced depression, sorrow, trials, and discouragement with faith in God. Their life and influence are monument to their devotion to Christian principles. A true narrative of modern pioneering.

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Author Doward, Jan S
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Pages 132
Edition 1st
Binding Hard Back
Condition B
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

Prologue
1. Breaking Home Ties
2. A New Frontier
3. Seeing the Country
4. Mainly About Fishing
5. The New Cabin
6. Thanksgiving Day
7. Christmas and the New Baby
8. Spring in the Wilderness
9. Storm and Tragedy
10. The Settlement Grows
11. Another Busy Spring
12. Dangers of the North
13. Mabel's First Plane Ride
14. Through War and Tragedy
15. Wings Over Alaska
Epilogue

Copyright 1961
Year Printed 1961

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