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By Way of the Wilderness

by Pansy (Isabella Macdonald Alden)

By Way of the Wilderness is a Christian fiction novel by Isabella Alden, writing under the pseudonym "Pansy." It tells the story of a young man named Frank who is forced to leave his home and family after his father is wrongfully convicted of a crime. Frank and his mother, Mary, travel to the wilderness frontier, where they face many challenges, including hunger, hardship, and the dangers of nature. But through it all, Frank and Mary rely on their faith in God to help them survive. Along the way, Frank and Mary meet a variety of interesting characters, including a wise old hermit, a kind-hearted Native American woman, and a group of outlaws. Frank also learns valuable lessons about himself and the world around him. In the end, Frank and Mary are able to overcome the challenges they face and build a new life for themselves in the wilderness. They also learn that God is always with them, even in the darkest of times. Why you should read this book: By Way of the Wilderness is a heartwarming and inspiring story about faith, hope, and perseverance. It is a reminder that God is always with us, even when we are facing difficult challenges. The novel is also a valuable historical document, as it provides a glimpse into the lives of early settlers in the American wilderness. Additional Information: By Way of the Wilderness was first published in 1882 and was an immediate bestseller. It has been reprinted many times since then and has been translated into several languages. The novel has been praised for its realistic portrayal of frontier life and its inspirational message of faith and hope. Call to action: If you are looking for a heartwarming and inspiring story, I highly recommend reading By Way of the Wilderness by Pansy. It is a classic novel that has been enjoyed by readers for generations.

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Isabella Macdonald Alden was an American author. Her best known works were: Four Girls at Chautauqua, Chautauqua Girls at Home, Tip Lewis and his Lamp, Three People, Links in Rebecca's Life, Julia Rei...

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