William and His Twenty-Two

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Download the full text of this out of print book from this webpage. "In the little village of Washington, New Hampshire, where Adventists first kept the seventh-day Sabbath, lived William Farnsworth. And there he reared a family of twenty-two children, many of whom grew up to be workers in the cause of God. No, this is not the story of a boy and his rifle, but a winsomely told bit of Adventist history that will delight children and fascinate older readers. Wouldn't you like to know more about 'Fun With the Meads,' 'Mystery and Bumps,' 'A Vision in the Cornfield,' and 'The Tall, Handsome Stranger'?" 
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Author:
Mabel R Miller
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Language:
English
Resource Type:
Books & Booklets; Internet Resources
Resource Objective:
Learning: Student Activities; Informal Education / Lifelong Learning
Level:
Grade 1-Grade 8
Audience:
Teacher, Student, Parent / Informal Education
Religious Origin:
Seventh-day Adventist