The 1842 Diary of Julia Turnau

The Diary of Julia Turnau In Julia Turnau made a diary of her nine week voyage at sea from Bremen Germany to New Orleans At years of age she immigrated to the United States to marry a young pastor in St Louis Miss

  • Title: The 1842 Diary of Julia Turnau
  • Author: Julie Saeger Nierenberg Armin L. Saeger Julia Turnau
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  • Page: 161
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  • In 1842, Julia Turnau made a diary of her nine week voyage at sea from Bremen, Germany, to New Orleans At 23 years of age, she immigrated to the United States to marry a young pastor in St Louis, Missouri, and to serve the Lord as his wife Her writing is an interesting and vividly told depiction of her daily life aboard the sailing vessel in the company of the young RevIn 1842, Julia Turnau made a diary of her nine week voyage at sea from Bremen, Germany, to New Orleans At 23 years of age, she immigrated to the United States to marry a young pastor in St Louis, Missouri, and to serve the Lord as his wife Her writing is an interesting and vividly told depiction of her daily life aboard the sailing vessel in the company of the young Rev Louis Nollau and his wife Louise, who soon became Julia s dear friends Julia wrote the entries as letters to her family about all that she noticed her fellow passengers, the changing weather and environment, the threat of a probable pirate ship and the routines and accommodations aboard ship Unsavory events, harsh conditions, moments of awe and unexpected pleasures were all described in detail In recorded glimpses, she wondered about her future life in St Louis as helpmate to her future husband, how different that city life would be from her early life in Germany Throughout her diary, Julia generously credits the Lord for all His goodness and mercy as the steward of each human soul She writes with wondrous joy, fervent conviction and devoted purpose.

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  • Julie Saeger Nierenberg Armin L. Saeger Julia Turnau

    I am an author, editor, and curator of stories, and I am honored to coach other writers to pen and publish their work A lifelong educator and artist, I am a proud parent and grand partner, and I live with my spouse in Canada Inspired by my father s end of life, I published a short memoir about my family s loss and my personal response to his death and dying Daddy, this is it Being with My Dying Dad launched a true journey of connection and transformation, as I reach out to share it with those who assist the dying and bereaved Since my book s publication, I received numerous end of life perspective stories from others, some of which will soon be available in a book called Journey s End Death, Dying and the End of Life, coauthored with Victoria Brewster, MSW Writing and publishing in this heart led direction, I hope to contribute to a cultural shift in how we prepare for and support others in the final chapter of life I enjoy editing others legacy writing, fiction and nonfiction works I feel privileged to help writers succeed.After growing up in rural Oklahoma, I lived in Indiana, Mexico, Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Toronto, Ontario I enjoyed a variety of career foci in the sciences, education, sales and marketing, copy writing and editing I was a creative caterer Once Upon a Time and my studio art, primarily landscapes, hangs in novel locations around the world Passionate pursuit of the art of communication through words, stories and overarching purpose is bliss.

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