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  • Swift Arrow
    Josephine Cunnington-Edwards

    …leaves, red, yellow, and brown, fluttered past George as he rode behind Woonsak in the long string of Indians and ponies. They were riding north and moving quickly. So many Indians moved along the path that George, who rode near the front of the line, could not see the end when he turned…

  • Serenity's Quest (Book 2 Serenity Inn Series)
    Kay D. Rizzo

    …another adventure, Serenity finds herself living on the brink of a wild and untamed land where Spanish vaqueros rub shoulders with mountain men, and Indians buy tobacco and salt for the winter alongside Russian immigrant farmers. “This is the strangest place, Lord. One minute I think I hate it…

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  • Witnesses Through Trial
    Marvin Moore

    …leaped for his gun and fired a wild shot into the sky. An arrow hit the side of the wagon where Catherine stood, and inside a woman shrieked. The Indian warriors rushed into the camp. Witnesses Through Trial is a collection of stories of men, women, and children who experienced suffering and,…

  • Ana Stahl of the Andes and Amazon
    Barbara Westphal

    …to every Seventh-day Adventist in 1927. He was known as "the Apostle to the Indians' for his pioneering work with the Incan Indians in the Andean highlands. Then he went pioneering again among the Chunchos Indians of the Amazon jungle. But Ana Stahl of the Andes and Amazon is about the quiet,…

  • Trailing the Davis Indians
    Elizabeth B. Cott

    …dying moments, Pastor Davis had assured the Mount Roraima Indians that another “God-man” would come. Thirteen years had passed. Still the call kept coming. Once a commercial traveler who visited Mount Roraima reported that the Indians gathered around the grave of Pastor Davis and sang in…

  • Determined to Love
    Kay D. Rizzo

    …Adventist Book Center to determine availability. "The Indians are stupid." "Never trust an Indian." "The Indians are beasts." Ferdinand and Ana Stahl heard it all, and refused to believe. They had given their lives to improving the lot of the Indians of South America, and particularly to leading…

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  • Jungle Adventurer
    Eileen E. Lantry

    …the Mount Roraima Indians in western British Guiana. Nothing could stop him--not blisters on his feet, not blackwater fever or even death. This story covers three months and ten days detailed in a brief six page diary detailing his visit to the Indians. Many primitive Indians now live in the hope…

  • Randy and Cynthia
    Jeanette E. Burgett

    …and his family travel to Oregon to visit his cousin Cynthia. Along the way, each place offers exciting experiences while teaching Randy valuable lessons. Visit Uncle Jim’s house in Saint Louis, Missouri; Indians in Flagstaff, Arizona; the farming country of Springfield, Illinois and much more.

  • Montana Bullwhacker 2015 Youth Sharing Book
    C. C. Rouse

    Lisha watched the Indians drive stout stakes into the ground on both sides of the big anthill. He saw them uncoil the rawhide thongs. He knew what the scene before him meant. The ropes, the stakes—they could mean but one thing and relate to but one person: himself. Even when they stripped off…

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  • These Fords Still Run
    Barbara Westphal

    “The men determined to go back to town, it was too late. . . . The Indians came streaming down the pass. . . . Steering was a hazardous undertaking, especially with rocks raining down from above. They escaped none too soon, for a rock had pierced the top of the car and landed between the two…

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  • Mamma Stahl and the Butterfly Girl
    Eileen E. Lantry

    …to Mamma and Papa Stahl so the witch doctor in his village couldn't kill her. The Bible promises "In all things God works for the good of those who love him." He did for Chave. He did for the Stahls. He did for the Indians of the South American countries where the Stahls worked. And He will for you!

  • A Man Called Pedro
    Barbara Westphal

    …but Pedro kept praying and the soap and the clothes fell into the tub. Whether witnessing for his faith in the Argentinean army, or defending the rights of Indians before government leaders, or building schools for the poor--Pedro did it with all his heart. Click here to find this book as an eBook.

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  • In the Land of the Incas
    F. A. Stahl

    …But when the Spaniards entered, it was divided. War came, and with it, weakness. This is the true story of Pastor Stahl, missionary to the Inca Indians of Peru. His life was dedicated in service to these primitive people who knew nothing whatever of the simplest laws of hygiene, were addicted to…

  • Global Cafe
    Darlene Blaney

    …appetite! This mouthwatering collection of nutritious meals includes recipes from nine different cultures of the world: • Asian and Pacific Island • Indian • Mexican • North American • Ukrainian • German • French • Mediterranean and Middle Eastern • Italian Darlene Blaney has adapted many of these…

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  • Ned of the Navajos
    Betty Stirling

    …Adventist Book Center to determine availability. This is the heartwarming story of Ned, a young shepherd boy living with his family on a Navajo Indian reservation. It is hard for Ned not to notice the strange white people around him, with their houses on wheels, shiny cars, and strange medicine.…

  • Mission to the Navajo
    Betty Stirling

    …Arizona or along transcontinental Highway 66 through Arizona and western New Mexico, were you aware that to the east and north of you stretched an Indian reservation almost the size of the entire State of West Virginia? That’s the Navajo reservation. Perhaps you are aware of the Navajo people…

  • Montana Bullwhacker
    C. C. Rouse

    …Franklin County, Minnesota, to follow the trail west. The West, with its promise of a free, adventuresome life had seemed the brightest prospect within their vision. Find out where the western trail takes Elisha in this exciting book about rugged cowboys, hostile Indians, and uncharted territories.

  • Rolling Westward
    Fern Row Casebeer

    …allow additional time for delivery. If you need this title right away, please call your local Adventist Book Center to determine availability. Indians, snakes, bears, eagles, ducks—what do these have to do with Fern’s aunt Sadie? Storytelling was one of Aunt Sadie’s greatest…

  • Tough Times and Tender Hearts
    B.A. Larsen

    …missionaries like Bent and Anna Larsen who braved travel over tortuous, high-mountain passes, through turbulent rivers on reed boats or on the backs of Indians, over crude, rickety bridges, or on narrow, twisting trails to bring the gospel message to the people of South America, especially the Incas…

  • The Advance Guard of Missions
    Clifford G. Howell

    …was brought down from the church steeples and planted into human hearts. Experience the lives of Marcus Whitman, missionary physician to the Indians; Hans Egede, pioneer Lutheran missionary to Greenland; Gordon Hall, Protestant missionary to western India; and many more, in their call to spread…

  • Surely God Led
    J. M. Howell

    …then while teaching church school decided he wanted to become a missionary. John and his new wife Mable, headed for South America to work among the Indians. There were no furloughs at that time and the Howells left for “life”. From the whirlwind that capsized his boat in neck deep water,…

  • Paddles Over the Kamarang
    Joseph O. Emmerson, Robert H. Pierson

    …determine availability. Paddles Over the Kamarang is the actual experiences of a modern missionary adventure--a month-long trip to visit our "Davis Indian" believers of Mount Roraima. This running diary of a most unusual trek by airplane, ferry, river steamer, truck, small river boat and even a…

  • Donkey Cart Kids
    Bobbie Montgomery

    …hermit with his strange partner, ride in a pioneer parade through one town, spend a stormy night in an abandoned house, and share a birthday celebration with an ancient Indian. All the while, as Betty put it, "The angel guards watched over us." Donkey-Cart Kids is an adventure you will never forget.

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