Sarah Edna Rebecca Zigler, “Sadie” (1882-1922) was born into a family belonging to the often-misunderstood conservative
peace and anti-slavery sect, The Church of the Brethren, and lived in a time when women had few choices.
Sadie's Silence tells of her journey through life, maintaining her
courage and tenacity, her intellectual curiosity and a passion for the underdog. Her story will compel the reader to qualify Sadie as a true Pilgrim.
By Libby Layne
5 1/2" x 8 1/2", soft-cover, 448 pages