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An edition of Anna: From the Caucasus to Canada (1979)

Anna

From the Caucasus to Canada

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This edition was published in by Mennonite Brethren Publishing House in Hillsboro, Kansas.

Written in English

219 pages

"From respected landowner's daughter to fleeing Russian refugee, Anna Reimer Dyck's life is a gripping story of glory and tragedy, of hope and despair, and of restored hope in a distant land. Her sojourn mirrors the struggle of many Mennonites during the first half of the twentieth century when war, revolution, and famine ravaged their Russian homeland. But Anna was one of the fortunate. She found new life in Canada and shared that new life with those she touched along the way. Anna: From the Caucasus to Canada is not so much a story of great loss, but rather an example of faith and endurance triumphing over adversity."
~from the back cover

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From the Caucasus to Canada

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"From respected landowner's daughter to fleeing Russian refugee, Anna Reimer Dyck's life is a gripping story of glory and tragedy, of hope and despair, and of restored hope in a distant land. Her sojourn mirrors the struggle of many Mennonites during the first half of the twentieth century when war, revolution, and famine ravaged their Russian homeland. But Anna was one of the fortunate. She found new life in Canada and shared that new life with those she touched along the way. Anna: From the Caucasus to Canada is not so much a story of great loss, but rather an example of faith and endurance triumphing over adversity."
~from the back cover

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Anna

From the Caucasus to Canada

This edition was published in by Mennonite Brethren Publishing House in Hillsboro, Kansas.


Table of Contents

Foreword 7
Prologue 9
1. Early Days at the Kuban 11
2. A Time of Troubles 45
3. The Kuban Tries to Recover 63
4. A World Collapses 91
5. Renewed Trials and Suffering 119
6. From the Kuban to Cananda 139
7. A New Beginning in a New Land 151
8. Service Together in Niverville 177
Epilogue 214

Edition Notes

Copyright Date
1979

Contributors

Translator
Peter J. Klassen

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Pagination
216p
Number of pages
219
Dimensions
8.25 x 5.38 x 0.5 inches

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL31968201M
Internet Archive
anna-from-the-caucasus-to-canada-ocr
OCLC/WorldCat
184766219

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