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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Madison Bacon, a young wife in southern Wisconsin, finds her comfortable life uprooted when her husband decides to sell their homestead and head west, as she joins eleven other women on the journey to an uncertain destiny.

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Publisher / Publication Date: WaterBrook Press 2000

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Fifteen-year-old Jessie Ann Gaebele is a budding photographer, so when F.J. Bauer hires her in 1907 to assist in his studio and darkroom, her dreams for a career in photography appear to find root in reality. Jessie shows remarkable talent in both the artistry and business of running a studio, once considered a man's profession. She proves less skillful, however, at managing her growing...

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: Center Point Pub. 2009

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: The dramatic story of a freed slave who has lost her husband and her freedom papers and must find a way to survive in the wilderness of the Oregon Territory.

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: 2014

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Chronicles the harrowing journey of eleven women across the American west and their efforts to settle in California.

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: Waterbrook Press 2001

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: In the early 1900s, housewife Hulda Klager develops over 200 new varieties of lilacs that she gives away or sells to individuals as a way of sharing beauty. In a time of great need, the people who Hulda gifted with beauty return to her life to help her start over.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Center Point Pub. 2012

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: In 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir entitled Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage , which shared some of the most exciting events of 25 years of traveling and shaping the American West with her husband, Robert Strahorn, a railroad promoter, investor, and writer. That is all fact. Everything She Didn't Say imagines Carrie nearly ten years later as she decides to write down what was really on her...

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group 2018

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1 available in Adult, Call number: Fiction Kirkpatrick 2018

Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: A fictionalized retelling of the life of the nineteenth-century social reformer describes her early efforts to care for her younger brothers, her desire to find God's purpose for her life, and her work on behalf of the mentally ill.

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: 2013

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: A circle of courageous women discovers the meaning of independence, forgiveness, and love, as they learn that God heals old wounds and prepares a way for those who seek him, call his name, and give themselves over to his service.

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: WaterBrook Press 2001

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

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Publisher / Publication Date: WaterBrook Press 2006

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Nineteen-year-old Clara Estby is hauled by her mother, Helga, on a 7,000-mile walk from Spokane, Wash., to New York in 1896. The fashion industry is looking for promotion of the new, shorter dress for women; Helga is looking for a cash prize to save the family farm from foreclosure ... and Clara dreams of becoming a businesswoman.

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Publisher / Publication Date: WaterBrook Press 2011

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Based on true-life characters and events, this novel tells the story of young Jane Hebert who at the age of 12 faced a tragedy which began a lifelong search for forgiveness and love. In the years that follow, Jane finds herself involved with a man 16 years her senior, struggles to make peace with the mother who turns from her and fights to build a family of her own.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Multnomah Books 1995

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: In Book Two of the Change and Cherish series, Emma Giesy is married and the mother of two. She's strong-willed and smart. Despite the odds, she and her husband branch off from a religious community of the 1850s to work and live independently in the remote coastal forest of the Washington Territory, surrounded by her husband's family rather than the influence of the autocratic German leader who...

Format: sound recording-nonmusical

Publisher / Publication Date: christianaudio.com 2007

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: When three generations of Brown women take to the Oregon Trail with separate goals in mind, hardship and obstacles test their faith and threaten their survival.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group 2016

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: "One woman, an impossible dream, and the faith it took to see it.

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Publisher / Publication Date: WaterBrook Press 2012

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Jessie Ann Gaebele pursues her dream of owning her own photographic studio as she tries to put the shadow of a forbidden love behind her.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Center Point Pub. 2010

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Well-versed in the natural healing properties of herbs and oils, Jennie Pickett longs to become a doctor. But the Oregon frontier of the 1870s doesn't approve of such innovations as women attending medical school. To support herself and her young son, Jennie cares for an elderly woman. When her patient dies, Jennie discovers that her heart has become entangled with the woman's widowed husband,...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group 2017

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: "As a child, Eliza Spalding Warren was taken hostage by Indians during a massacre in 1847. Now the young mother of two children, Eliza faces a different kind of dislocation; her husband wants to move, which will mean returning to the land of her captivity. Eliza must face her childhood trauma and find peace with what's left"--

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Publisher / Publication Date: Center Point Large Print 2015

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Of all the things I left in Willapa, hope is what I missed the most.' So begins this story of one woman's restoration from personal grief to the meaning of community. Based on the life of German-American Emma Wagner Giesy, the only woman sent to the Oregon Territory in the 1850s to help found a communal society, award-winning author Jane Kirkpatrick shows how landscape, relationships,...

Format: sound recording-nonmusical

Publisher / Publication Date: christianaudio.com 2008

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Emma and her husband leave a close-knit religious community to work in Washington Territory, but when Emma finds herself alone and pregnant with her third child, she is left wondering if an angry God has abandoned her to the consequences of her willfulness.

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: Waterbrook Press 2007

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Kirkpatrick, Jane.

Summary: How far would you go to become famous? Annie Shaw will seemingly do anything to get Oprah's attention for her latest novel. From bestselling author Jane Kirkpatrick comes this bold, fresh story about a close-knit group of five women and their pursuit of life goals. You'll be encouraged and entertained!

Format: sound recording-nonmusical

Publisher / Publication Date: Zondervan 2011

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Madison Bacon, a young wife in southern Wisconsin, finds her comfortable life uprooted when her husband decides to sell their homestead and head west, as she joins eleven other women on the journey to an uncertain destiny.

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: WaterBrook Press 2000

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1 available in Adult, Call number: FIC Kirkp

Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Young Emma Wagner chafes at the constraints of Bethel colony, an 1850s religious community in Missouri that is determined to remain untainted by the concerns of the world. A passionate and independent thinker, she resents the limitations placed on women, who are expected to serve in quiet submission. In a community where dissent of any form is discouraged, Emma finds it difficult to rein in her...

Format: sound recording-nonmusical

Publisher / Publication Date: christianaudio.com 2007

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: Serving as an assistant in F.J. Bauer's studio, fifteen-year-old Jessie Ann Gaebele is trained in the artistry and business of photography, but she is unnerved by a growing attraction to her married tutor.

Format: text

Publisher / Publication Date: Waterbrook Press 2009

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Kirkpatrick, Jane

Summary: "Joining her husband in the fight to create a home out of a rugged stretch of sagebrush, rattelesnakes, and sand in Eastern Oregon, Jane Kirkpatrick discovers that disappoinment, isolation, and danger can't compete with the generosity of their rural community, the strength of family bonds, and the faithfulness of the God who planted in their hearts the dream of carving a refuge out of an...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Waterbrook Press 2005

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1 available in Adult, Call number: 979.5 Kir