In the House of My Pilgrimage

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They were strangers in an alien land, simple people of the soil transplanted into the tangled complexity of city life. Would they be able to find peace-- and a new life-- in America? It is the early 1900s. California. Russian refugees have settled in L.A.'s eighth ward. Many, like Piotr and Fenya, carry the sorrow of loved ones killed or scattered in uprisings in their homeland. They wonder if any in their families have survived. But as the couple prepares for their wedding, friends back in Russia send joyful news: They ...

In the House of My Pilgrimage 1995, Crossway Books

ISBN-13: 9780891078395

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