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Blazing New Trails

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Title:Blazing New Trails
Wallace, Archer   
Published:   1928
Publisher:Musson Book Company Limited
Tags:non-fiction, religion, mission work

This book tells of fifteen missionaries at work in as many different places. All of them were ready to take a hand at anything that needed to be done, from translating the Scriptures to stopping fights. [Suggest a different description.]

Pages:112 Info

Author Bio for Wallace, Archer

Archer Wallace was born in England in 1884. He immigrated to Boswarlos, Newfoundland in 1904, studied at Victoria University and the University of Western Ontario, and was ordained into the Methodist Church in 1909. From 1919 until his retirement in 1954, he edited youth magazines for the Church’s Sunday School Publications. A compassionate author of boys literature, he wrote popular uplifting, inspirational books, based on true stories, about boys who overcame hardships and obstacles to become honorable, responsible men. He also hosted the first United Church television program in Canada. He died in 1958.

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