Hannah Moore: A Biography of a Nineteenth Century Missionary and Teacher

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Drawing upon extensive research into Hannah Moore's personal correspondence from 1833-1868, Isabel Weigold tells the inspiring true story of this nineteenth-century missionary woman who spent her life championing those in need, regardless of their location or troubles. Inspired by the plight of the Cherokee Indians and their enforced march-now known as the Trail of Tears-Moore decided at an early age to dedicate her life to missionary work. Full of the religious zeal of her youth as a Congregationalist, the Connecticut ...

Hannah Moore: A Biography of a Nineteenth Century Missionary and Teacher 2007, iUniverse, Bloomington IN

ISBN-13: 9780595431359

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