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Peace Child - Chapter 8, The End of an Aeon Summary & Analysis

Don Richardson
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In June of 1962, Richardson sets out in two Kayagar canoes, loaded down heavily with supplies for starting the construction of his home among the Sawi. He kisses his wife and son goodbye. After John McCain left by motorboat for Piramapun, Richardson left, accompanied only by his Kayagar guides. After some time of travel, Ricahrdson realizes that the Kayagar mean for him to build his home in their own village. Only after Richardson firmly commands them to carry him into the Sawi territory do they grudgingly concede. Though the men listen, Richardson feels sad inside for leaving these pleading people without a Christian influence in their village of Amyam.

The Kayagar men point out the various tributaries and describe the village to which they lead. When they mention Hadi's village of Yohwi, Richardson instructs them to...

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