Jackson – Journey to the end of the earth




Personal Author:

Jackson, Dave.


Journey to the end of the earth : William Seymour / by Dave & Neta Jackson ; illustrations by Anne Gavitt.

Publication info:

Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House Publishers, 2000.

Physical description:

159 p.

Series Statement:

(Trailblazer books)


In 1906, while visiting his journalist uncle in California, thirteen-year-old Jerry hears the San Francisco earthquake predicted at preacher William Seymour’s Pentecostal mission, sees the ensuing destruction, and learns the power of the Holy Ghost.

Personal subject:

Seymour, William Joseph, 1870-1922–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Earthquakes–California–San Francisco–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Journalism–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

African Americans–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Uncles–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Christian life–Juvenile fiction.

Geographic term:

San Francisco (Calif.)–Juvenile fiction.




1900s, African Americans, Biographies, California, earthquakes, historical fiction, missionaries, Missions, Pentecostalism, photographers, San Francisco


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