Lost Child: A tale of Abandonment, Rejection and Survival by Jean Dunstan - PDF free download eBook
On October 27, 1915 a newborn baby was abandoned at a Catholic orphanage in New York City. The nuns called her Louise. Never...
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Details of Lost Child: A tale of Abandonment, Rejection and Survival
- Exact title of the book
- Lost Child: A tale of Abandonment, Rejection and Survival
- Book author
- Jean Dunstan
- Book edition
- Kindle Edition
- Number of pages
- 149 pages
- ISBN (ASIN)
- November 15th 2018
- File size (in PDF)
- 596 kB
Some brief overview of book
On October 27, 1915 a newborn baby was abandoned at a Catholic orphanage in New York City. The nuns called her Louise. Never adopted, at the age of 13, she was sent out west on an Orphan Train where she was placed out as a housekeeper and farm laborer.
Unwanted and unloved she fought to survive in a lonely, abusive environment and an uncertain future. Only the hope of escaping from her prison-like existence kept her alive. Follow her adventures as she escaped from the farm and struggled to find her way in a world she knew nothing about.
A short marriage left her alone with her little girl, Jennie. In Desperation she moved from life in a small farm community to the glittering life of Las Vegas. This move opened the door to their future.
Thrown together by chance, Jennie met a troubled young girl name Carla who became part of their family. Their life long friendship led them into a world of intrigue, murder, heartache and survival. Through tears, laughter and love, Louise gave them all the hope and motivation they needed to become strong, powerful women.
This is their story.