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Symon's Daughter: A Memoir of Elizabeth Symon Smith
     

Symon's Daughter: A Memoir of Elizabeth Symon Smith

by Don Ian Smith, Naida Smith West (Editor)
 
Orphaned at 11, the daughter of a Scottish Presbyterian minister earns a teaching credential and sails to America in 1905. Guided by her father's faith, a powerful sense of humor, a passion for knowledge, and a will to make the world a better place, she leaves her mark on Utah and southern Idaho. How she raises six children during the hardships and poverty of the

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Orphaned at 11, the daughter of a Scottish Presbyterian minister earns a teaching credential and sails to America in 1905. Guided by her father's faith, a powerful sense of humor, a passion for knowledge, and a will to make the world a better place, she leaves her mark on Utah and southern Idaho. How she raises six children during the hardships and poverty of the Great Depression -- all to become professionals and leaders in their fields -- will inspire parents today.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780965348782
Publisher:
Bridge House Books
Publication date:
09/28/2001
Pages:
430
Product dimensions:
6.02(w) x 8.88(h) x 0.97(d)

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