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The Little Immigrants: The Orphans Who Came to Canada

by Kenneth Bagnell

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To the men and women who were once the children.
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Annie Macpherson, according to the memories that pass among her descendants, was above all else a woman with a sense of destiny.
Prologue: On a grey and chilly day in June some years ago, very early in the morning, a boy named Horace Weir-eleven years old, with eyes that were quick and dark-stood on the deck of an old steamer, the Franconia, and watched the coast of Nova Scotia rise beyond a curtain of fog.
Author's Note: This is the story of a special group of children, over eighty thousand of them.
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