Come from Away: Memory, War, and the Search for a Family's Past
Louisa Goodyear lived on Newfoundland with her family at the turn of the century. Her ancestors had previously come from Scotland and decided to settle there instead of going on to Ohio. Biographical sketches of Louisa's children and their activities as Newfoundland became a Canadian province are included in this volume.
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Just couldn't get into it so I did not finish it. I've gotten to the point where I realize I'll never read all the books on my wish list so I'm not wasting time on anything I suspect won't improve. Read full review
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Like the legendary stories his Newfoundland relatives told—stories that flowed back and forth, picking up after interruptions—Macfarlane offers a book in which personal memoir, history, and ... Read full review