THE LIMEY'S DAUGHTER by Lois M. Lynds-Borton

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"This story will take you on a family’s journey, beginning near the end of the potato famine in Ireland, and their subsequent passage over the sea to the port in Blackpool, England.
We will follow their adventures, as the next generation begins to thrive there. In the coming years, we observe as one young couple takes a giant leap across the ocean to join mid-point of the Industrial Revolution in America.
Many of you are aware of the brave sacrifices your own grandparents, or great grandparents made in that same period in history – never to see many members of their own families again.
You will learn more about each member of these families, as their personalities emerge, throughout their various experiences, as the story unfolds."
 

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Published January 13, 2012 by Trafford. 171 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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