An Angel on His Wing: The Story of Bill Gordon, Alaska's Flying Bishop
The biography of Bill Gordon, Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Alaska from 1954-'74. Centred in Fairbanks, he was in charge of missionary work for the whole of Alaska, and piloted his own plane, visiting the Indian and Eskimo communities and outlying missions throughtout the state. Includes map and photographs.
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