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The Thirty Years’ War? The Reformation? The Counter Reformation? The Peace of Augsburg? Most Americans of European descent have no idea how these and other pivotal historical events shaped the lives of their ancestors and ultimately impacted their own.
The first book in the Undaunted Quest series, The Patience, follows the spiritually motivated journey of two German families from their beloved but conflicted homeland to the shores of an unformed country in the mid-eighteenth century. In Part One, The Patience, the sacrifice these families paid in their quest for freedom and a better life is clearly depicted in one ancestor’s detailed journal, giving us an appreciation for their extreme sacrifice in coming to America. Part Two, The Dakotas, follows other immigrants and their related families over the Allegheny Mountains and westward into Pennsylvania, southeastern Ohio, Iowa, and ultimately to their homesteads in South Dakota. The descendants of these great people helped establish the United States of America and ultimately forged the American westward movement. Learn about these courageous, sacrificing families to better understand your own.
Book 2 in the Undaunted Quest series, The Rock of Molum, sheds light on the Irish exodus through the experiences of four immigrant Irish families to America on the heels of the Irish Potato Famine. Learn what drove them from poverty in Ireland to prosperity in America. Somewhere in the South Pacific, Book 3, is the story of a WWII GI who gave his life at the Huggin’s Roadblock on the Sanananda Trail during the battle known as Buna, New Guinea. He fought the evil of his day to preserve the freedom of ours. The series continues with Strength Instilled, a story of growing up on an Iowa farm, a life now known only in the history books, and Weakness Embraced which underscores a fundamental lesson learned over a lifetime.
Book 2 in the Undaunted Quest series
Somewhere in the South Pacific
bound: 315 pages
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