Samuel Doak: Pioneer Missionary in East Tennessee
Originally published by the Pioneer Printers of Washington College Academy as one of the school's bicentennial projects, this book follows the previously printed Doak series, which included Samuel Doak, 1749–1830 by William Gunn Calhoun and Samuel Doak: A Tennessee Pioneer by Marion Horton.
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