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Sarah of the Border Wars - James D. Yoder

Sarah of the Border Wars

James D. Yoder

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The midwestern frontier is torn by the turbulent struggles of pro- and antislavery forces of the mid 1800s. The violence and conflict of these border wars threaten to consume the peaceful Mennonite and Amish communities of central Missouri. Left without her husband, Sarah is forced to protect her family and her farm from rebel bushwhackers and encroaching Union forces while preserving her lifelong commitment to following Christ in the way of peace. Also read the sequel Barbara: Sarah's Legacy (#1253). (186pp. Faith & Life Press, 1993.)


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