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Jacob Hamblin (1881)

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Jacob Hamblin (1881)

by James A. Little

$11.95

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The full title of this exciting account is: Jacob Hamblin: A Narrative of his Personal Experience as a Frontiersman, Missionary to the Indians and Explorer - Disclosing Interpositions of Providence, Severe Privations, Perilous Situations and Remarkable Escapes.

This narrative is told in the first person and is one of the classics in LDS literature - and probably the most popular of the FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES.
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(Volume 5) The full title of this exciting account is: Jacob Hamblin: A Narrative of his Personal Experience as a Frontiersman, Missionary to the Indians and Explorer - Disclosing Interpositions of Providence, Severe Privations, Perilous Situations and Remarkable Escapes. This narrative is told in the first person and is one of the classics in LDS literature - and probably the most popular of the FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES. Led by a strong sensitivity to spiritual promptings and a love for the Indian people, Jacob Hamblin served as a mission president, an arbitrator for the Church and for Utah residents, and a scout working throughout Utah, Nevada and Arizona. This book lends personal insight into various Indian uprisings during Utah's territorial period, the Mountain Meadows Massacre, and particular misunderstandings with the Navajo Nation. This narrative has won acclaim for its action, understanding of frontier Indian relations, and for its spiritual depth. Coupled with action and suspense, the author has included spiritual and prayerful events that well fit the mission of the FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES. 171pages

Additional Information

ISBN 9781930679092
Author James A. Little
Age Group age 12-18
Book Type paperback

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