Home Child Mary Janeway Runs Away From Her Farm Placement, Grows Into Adulthood, And Ultimately Comes To Terms With Life In Hamilton, Ontario Sixteen Year Old Mary Janeway, A Home Child, Is Desperate To Escape From Her Rural Home Child Placement And Flees To London, Ontario, To Find A Domestic Position When Conditions Become Unbearable, She Moves On, Vowing Never To Relinquish Her Freedom AgainAfter She Arrives In Hamilton As A Young Bride, She Quickly Adapts To The Urban Conveniences And The Marvels Of New Inventions That Include Electric Sewing Machines, Sulphur Matches, Street Stoplights, A One Horsepower Brunswick Refrigerator, The Advent Of The Zipper, And The Beginning Of Radio But Even The Latest Technology Can T Stop The Ravages Of Disease And Other Family TragediesMary Lives Through Two World Wars, The Spanish Influenza, And The Great Depression In Spite Of Many Hardships, She Remains A Strong, Resilient Woman Well Into Her Senior Years And Makes Many Contributions To Hamilton, The City She Calls Home
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- 288 pages
- Whatever Happened to Mary Janeway?: A Home Child Story
- Mary Pettit
- 03 August 2019 Mary Pettit