It's God's Will: Biography of an Irish Immigrant Girl

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The period up to the Cold War of the late twentieth century was a time of great social, economic, political, and religious changes. New discoveries in medicine eliminated epidemics and increased life expectancy. Inventions such as the automobile, telephone, radio, television, airplanes and rocketry revolutionized our lives. We experienced major world wars and the disaster of a great depression.

Millions of people emigrated to the United States during this time, seeking personal freedom, ownership of property, stable family lives and a chance to prosper It's God's Will describes the life of an Irish immigrant girl who lived for almost one hundred years during this great period of change. Through it all she never swayed from her beliefs in a supreme being, the power of prayer, the closeness of family, and the necessity to serve her country. Her prayers, precepts and goals are still applicable today.

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