Tag: Pioneers

In Ellen’s Shoes by Emily Beeson

In Ellen’s Shoes by Emily Beeson

A novel based on the life of Ellen Breakell Neibaur, a Victorian-era pioneer who, despite unending trials, kept trekking forward. Ellen has made the most reprehensible choice of her life and must abide by the consequences. But when strange dreams lead her and Alexander, the Prussian dentist, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she wonders if there might be a measure of […]

April 7, 2021 / 0 Comments
San Juan Pioneers: To Soar with Eagles by Gerald N. Lund

San Juan Pioneers: To Soar with Eagles by Gerald N. Lund

In the untamed and unforgiving desert of southeastern Utah, Mitch Westland and Edie Zimmer are among the Mormon settlers determined to make their homes amid the harshest of circumstances. Threatened by Indians, competing ranchers, and cattle rustlers, the young couple must prevail against man, nature, and their own fears in order to fulfill their dream of establishing a ranch—and a family—of their own. This sequel […]

May 11, 2016 / 0 Comments
San Juan Pioneers: Only the Brave by Gerald N. Lund

San Juan Pioneers: Only the Brave by Gerald N. Lund

Four years have passed since the first Mormon pioneers made the harrowing journey to care the Hole-In-the-Rock trail to the region of the San Juan River in southeastern Utah. In that time, the settlers have dug in deep to try to establish roots in this untamed and unforgiving desert, but life is still far from easy. Biting winds, devastating floods, scorching heat, barren terrain, and […]

December 8, 2014 / 2 Comments
San Juan Pioneers: The Undaunted by Gerald N. Lund

San Juan Pioneers: The Undaunted by Gerald N. Lund

The journey was impossible. But they had no other choice. At the call of their prophet, they left well-established farms and businesses to strike out yet again into the untamed wilderness. A small band of men, women, and children formed the 1879 pioneer company. Their mission: stand as a buffer between lawlessness and civilization. Their road: only what they created themselves, blasting out a perilous […]

August 5, 2009 / 0 Comments