Louisa's Journey: England to Canada in 1913

Louisa's Journey: England to Canada in 1913

Kobo ebook | June 18, 2014

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The year is 1913. Louisa and her husband Fred, along with their young daughter, leave the only place they have ever known to travel across the ocean to an unknown land. They leave because of hardships endured for so many years in England. Their hope for a better life in Canada gives them the courage to leave family and friends behind. But will life be any better overseas? Will Canadians welcome them with open arms or despise them as intruders in their land? Read what others are saying about this book: "I have read your story. It is excellent! You have managed to capture just the way your grandmother would have told it. And the Epilogue gave such a nice long view of her life. The story itself is so well-done. Congratulations." Donna "This book is wonderful. Your writing brings Louis's story to life." Mary-Lou "I have just downloaded and read your book. A very interesting insight into the life of a migrant in the early part of the twentieth century. I loved it." Michael "Excellent read! Louisa's Journey is inspirational! It provides insight into Canadian history that so many of us have been unaware of and new reason to respect those who made the journey to this new land. Through their resilience and determination, our pioneers made not only a better life for their families but also made Canada the country it is today." Holly
Title:Louisa's Journey: England to Canada in 1913Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 18, 2014Publisher:Sue MethuenLanguage:English

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