Eleanor Jackson

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Alaska has not been called “Seward’s Icebox” for nothing. Ruggedly beautiful, but intensely cold in winter, it is not a paradise for ordinary people. But Mac and Eleanor Jackson were not ordinary people. They accepted a call to go to Alaska as missionaries during the years of the Great Depression and establish Adventist work in Juneau, Palmer, Fairbanks, and other places. Anyone who enjoys adventure will be thrilled by the spirit of these pioneers.

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