By Far Euphrates
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A Tale on Armenia in the 19th century
Written by Deborah Alcock
This historical novel tells the story of widows and orphans wandering about in cold and hunger - multitudes of orphans who had lost both parents, homeless, starving, hiding from the wild dogs in the streets. Children might be safe and happy in Mission houses if there was money to support them.
At the height of the massacres by the Turks, all who could crowd into Mission premises were safe under the American flag. Those who perished chose to die for their Christian faith.
Paperback, 274 pages
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