A Prairie Girl’s Life: The Story of the Reverend Edna Lenora Perry
Biographies and Memoirs
Added on February 17, 2015
Author Edna L. Perry
Published November 12, 2014
File Size 9.12 MB
A Prairie Girls Life: The Story of the Reverend Edna Lenora Perry 9.12 MB - From Ednas childhood wearing a flour sack dress while living in a leaky barn to breaking ground in a small mid-west city, outdoor education and the ministry, this story chronicles a determined Canadian prairie pioneer through defining 20th century world events.
Ednas grandfather, a baron, fled to England when Bismark started annexing land to create Germany. Her father fought in the Boer War, became one of Baden-Powells original scouts, sang at the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Mary, and later fled to Canada to avoid the law. Her mother narrowly missed her passage on the ill-fated Titanic voyage. The story begins with Ednas birth to these well-bred parents without a penny to their name. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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