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Never forsaken

Author: Kathleen L Jacobs
Publisher: Wheaton, Ill. : Crossway Books, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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A German family's journey to 1890s America to join their father. Before they get around to facing the hardships of America, they must overcome the hardship of travelling to their boat through Germany where they are prey to crooks and con men.
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Genre/Form: Christian fiction
Historical fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kathleen L Jacobs
ISBN: 1581341105 9781581341102
OCLC Number: 40996063
Description: 270 pages : genealogical table ; 22 cm
Contents: Schuhmacher Family Tree --
1894 ix --
Chapter 1 Letter 13 --
Chapter 2 Farewell 23 --
Chapter 3 Encounters After Dusk 29 --
Chapter 4 A Path to Bremen 35 --
Chapter 5 No Room in the Inns 41 --
Chapter 6 Voyage 51 --
Chapter 7 Ellis Island 63 --
Chapter 8 Reunion 77 --
Chapter 9 An Introduction to Home 83 --
Chapter 10 Chill of Winter 97 --
Chapter 11 Sixth and Locust 105 --
Chapter 12 Oma's Namesake 111 --
Chapter 13 An Unwelcome Visitor 117 --
Chapter 14 Greenhouses and Lily Pads 121 --
Chapter 15 Tornado! 129 --
Chapter 16 A Time for Everything 139 --
Chapter 17 Seamstress Shop Surprises 149 --
Chapter 18 Christmas Joy 159 --
Chapter 19 Rudi's Reappearance 169 --
Chapter 20 Another Escapade 177 --
Chapter 21 A Snowstorm Rescue 183 --
Chapter 22 A Noise in the Night 189 --
Chapter 23 Doctor 195 --
Chapter 24 Parlor Gossips 205 --
Chapter 25 Maddie's Return 217 --
Chapter 26 A Day in the Park 223 --
Chapter 27 A Returned Enemy 235 --
Chapter 28 Henry's Change of Heart 245 --
Chapter 29 A View from the Bridge 251 --
Chapter 30 Words of Love 259 --
Historical Glimpses 267 --
German Glossary 269.
Responsibility: Kathleen L. Jacobs.

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A German family's journey to 1890s America to join their father. Before they get around to facing the hardships of America, they must overcome the hardship of travelling to their boat through Germany where they are prey to crooks and con men.

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