Jackson – Sinking the Dayspring

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Jackson

Personal Author:

Jackson, Dave.

Title:

Sinking the Dayspring / Dave & Neta Jackson ; illustrated by Anne Gavitt.

Variant title:

John Paton

Publication info:

Minneapolis MN : Bethany House Publishers, 2001.

Physical description:

144 p. : ill.

Series Statement:

(Trailblazer books)

General Note:

Subtitle on cover: John Paton.

Summary:

In 1866, a fourteen-year-old orphan reluctantly joins the crew of a missionary ship leaving Australia, but when a hurricane strands him on a South Sea island and he is captured by slave traders, he finds the courage to trust in God.

Personal subject:

Paton, John Gibson, 1824-1907–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Missions–Vanuatu–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Slave trade–Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Christian life–Juvenile fiction.

ISBN:

0764222686

Tags:

19th century, biography, children, children’s, historical fiction, history, Missions, orphans, sailors, ships, slave traders, Trailblazer Books, voyages

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