Look Unto the Fields
Look Unto the Fields continues the saga of young schoolteacher Clarissa Johnson who left her small New England hometown to work at Union Mission among the Osages in the Indian Country. The missionary effort grows to include Hopefield Farm, and the young mission families battle disease, distrust and the many challenges of life on the frontier.
Struggling against her doubts and fears, Clarissa dreams of a home and family at the prairie outpost. Will her desires be fulfilled as the missionaries work to bring hope to their neighbors struggling against the tide of change?
The sweeping drama of the American West plays out in this historical novel set in the early 1820s.
About Jonita Mullins (Tulsa, Oklahoma Author)
Jonita Mullins is an author, columnist and historian who works in community development, historic interpretation, preservation and heritage tourism in her home community of Muskogee, Oklahoma. She has authored both fiction and non-fiction books and writes a weekly history column. She is the winner of the Distinguished Editorial Service Award from the Oklahoma Heritage Association. Her book, The Jefferson Highway in Oklahoma was named Best Non-Fiction Book for 2017 by the Oklahoma Writers Federation.