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Anatole's story

Author: Polly Broussard Martin
Publisher: Gretna, La. : Pelican, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st paperback ed
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"His life was focused on a cause bigger than himself-that of sharing a love for all kinds of people, and then sharing the Gospel with them. He was committed to the God of the Bible. And that commitment took him on a venture into the almosst forbidden land along the bayous." That is the way author Polly Broussard Martin remembers her father-in-law, Anatole Martin, who was instrumental in bringing the Protestant faith  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographical fiction
Fiction
Named Person: Anatole Martin
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Polly Broussard Martin
ISBN: 1589801881 9781589801882
OCLC Number: 54815039
Notes: Fictionalized biography of Anatole Martin.
Description: xviii, 265 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Polly Broussard Martin.

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"His life was focused on a cause bigger than himself-that of sharing a love for all kinds of people, and then sharing the Gospel with them. He was committed to the God of the Bible. And that commitment took him on a venture into the almosst forbidden land along the bayous." That is the way author Polly Broussard Martin remembers her father-in-law, Anatole Martin, who was instrumental in bringing the Protestant faith to South Louisiana. Mrs. Martin describes Anatole's missionary work among the Houmas Indians and his bayou neighbors. She brings to life his personal, spiritual journey, as well as the many challenges and physical dangers he faced. "So, this is his story, a story that begs to be told. It must be preserved."

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