I Will Run After Thee: The Life Story of Jennie Kingston Fitzwilliam
159 pp., illustrations, bibliography. some cover wear, bottom of spine is bumped with small tear, inscription on half-title page, minor ink mark on page 159. Jennie Kingston Fitzwilliam was a rare and remarkable woman. Here is a story of early pioneer work among the tribal people int he far-flung mountains of southwest China, a land so wild and rugged that few white people had ever attempted to scale the steep, precipitous trails to the tribal villages, much less make their home among the primitive Lisu and Kachin tribes. This biography unfolded over a period of one hundred years, and has been written by Jennie's daughter-in-law, Alice Larson Fitzwilliam. This is a true story, a family history, for the grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren and all those yet to be born, who are descendants of Jennie. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # AMA080114-1
Title: I Will Run After Thee: The Life Story of ...
Publication Date: 2003
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
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