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Book 1 of the McAlister Family Novels ~ featuring Laura McAlister and her search for her three younger siblings who have been taken away to Canada as British Home Children.

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Trevillion Images Magdalena Russocka YOUNG BLONDE HISTORICAL WOMAN IN LACE SHAWL PE8

Magdalena Russocka - YOUNG BLONDE HISTORICAL WOMAN IN LACE SHAWL - People - Women

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No Ocean Too Wide: A Novel: Carrie Turansky: 9780525652939 - Christianbook.com

No Ocean Too Wide: A Novel

No Ocean Too Wide: A Novel: Carrie Turansky: 9780525652939 - Christianbook.com

The Canadian girl's annual

The Canadian girl's annual · Children's Literature Collection

The Canadian girl's annual

Boy's own annual

Boy's own annual · Children's Literature Collection

Boy's own annual

The Pilgrim's Progress

The Pilgrim's Progress · Children's Literature Collection

The Pilgrim's Progress

The Golden Land

The Golden Land · Children's Literature Collection

The Golden Land

Our Darlings - Literature about and by British Home Children.

Our Darlings · Children's Literature Collection

Our Darlings - Literature about and by British Home Children.

No Ocean Too Wide | Book Review – Amy Renaud

No Ocean Too Wide | Book Review

No Ocean Too Wide caught my eye for two reasons: first, it’s about English orphans immigrating to Canada. I’ll cover later why that statement carries a bit of sweet and a lot of bitter.…

An ocean of hope by Carrie Turansky | Heavenly books

Een oceaan van hoop door Carrie Turansky

Het verhaal begint in Engeland, Londen, 1909. Weduwe McAllister werkt als naaister, maar wordt ziek en komt in het ziekenhuis terecht. Daardoor is er onvoldoende inkomen voor de achtergebleven kind…

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BRITISH HOME CHILDREN IN CANADA - Home Page

BRITISH HOME CHILDREN IN CANADA

BRITISH HOME CHILDREN IN CANADA - Home Page

Home Children

Home Children

Who were the British Home Children? | Who Do You Think You Are Magazine

Who were the British Home Children?

For decades, huge numbers of poverty-stricken British children were sent overseas to start a new life amid strangers. 150 years on, we explain how you can find their stories

SEPTEMBER 2019 NO OCEAN TOO WIDE BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION - -TBCN: Where Book Fun Begins-

SEPTEMBER 2019 NO OCEAN TOO WIDE BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 22nd **EXCITED TO HEAR WHAT YOU ALL HAVE TO SAY*** BACK COVER: Between the years of 1869 to 1939 more than 100,000 poor British c…

Novels from Christian publishers | WORLD News Group

Novels from Christian publishers - WORLD

1885 Our Darlings article on Hazelbrae, Peterborough, Ontario - original held by the BHCARA

Hazelbrae Barnardo Home

1885 Our Darlings article on Hazelbrae, Peterborough, Ontario - original held by the BHCARA

poster with illustration of a ship

Allan Line sailing bill - On their own - Britain's child migrants

Allan Line sailing bill. From the exhibition 'On their own - Britain's child migrants', a collaboration between the Australian National Maritime Museum and National Museums Liverpool, UK. The exhibition is supported by the National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program, an Australian Government program.