Meet Tosawan Malabuppha. She is my new research assistant located in Bangkok, Thailand. She is Thai, Deaf, and Mormon.
Wood creaked, its canvas clapped as the ship John Adams pitched through waves like fins. The ocean bulged; its spritz like pellets. Alone at sea between Liverpool and New York clouds blurred the touch of earth and sky. With bent knees and fists at their eyes the deck’s seamen dashed about listening through gale force winds for the boatswain’s orders. The deck rose and fell beneath them.
Indigenous trauma under conversion. The milky simpleness of its art belies the blood and sweat of its making. I take a tour of the Spanish Missions of San Antonio before the Mormon History Association conference. Also Luddington’s connection to the Alamo. In the end we finish off with a lesson about Texas & Mormons.
How to Follow the To Siam Book Project:
To follow the book progress, decide how you want to ride the horse. Watch a horse movie: this website is a landing page for book content. Smell the horse ranch: the Facebook page will send you updates & more detailed up to date information https://www.facebook.com/MissionSiam1852. Ride the horse: the more nimble Twitter account will give you a chance to see it happen in real time, go into the archives, etc. @AudreyBastian.