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Sisters In Time Series: Rachel and the Riot, The Labor Movement Divides a Family (1889)

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Sisters In Time Series: Rachel and the Riot, The Labor Movement Divides a Family (1889)

Rachel Borland wants peace in her family. In her hometown of Minneapolis, streetcar workers have started a union--and this new labor movement has divided Rachel's family.

The ten-year-old is troubled by her relatives' bickering, but the issue becomes even more personal when Rachel is unwittingly caught up in a streetcar worker's riot. Will she escape the mob uninjured? Can she count on God to settle the differences among the people she loves?

Let the Sisters In Time take you back to 1889--where you may find that Rachel Borland isn't that much different than you! Recommended for ages 8 to 12.

This story is based on (and very similar to) The Streetcar Riots from the American Adventure Series.

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