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The 1930s | Michigan League for Public Policy

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The Great Depression in Michigan. The stock market crash of 1929 defined the decade of the 1930s for Michigan and the whole nation. The people of Michigan,  ...

Ancestral Orphans Message Board - Freepages - Ancestry

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The 1900 census for Clare County, Michigan stated she had been a U.S. Citizen for 14 years. .... We would like to know why our father was placed in the orphanage and what ..... were living together at the odd fellows orphan home during the 1930's/1940. ..... or records in the 1899 to 1901 range for Lansing or Flint Michigan.

1930's Great Depression - Punahou School

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In 1936, three children meet at the Mercy Home for Negro Orphans in New York ... her mother gets a job housekeeping for a woman who does not like children, .... Ten-year-old Bud, a motherless boy living in Flint, Michigan, during the Great ...

Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis Content Rating and ...

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Lefty gives Bud a ride to Grand Rapids, Michigan. Lefty lets Bud know that ... He leads the life of an orphaned boy in the 1930's in Flint, Michigan. He encounters ...

Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis — Reviews, Discussion ...

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Looks like I'm just as lazy trying to type words to describe this book now as I was ... In Depression-era Flint, Michigan, 10-year-old Bud Caldwell (BUD, not .... He use to live with his mother all his life, but after his mother got sick for ..... This novel takes place in the 1930's and is about a boy named Bud who is an orphan...

Adoption History: Fostering and Foster Care - University of Oregon

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In the early twentieth century, the cause was taken up by reformers like ... but in 1910, there were well over 1000 orphanages in the United States, and their ... paid by agencies, and children placed in “free homes” were all living in foster families. ... Between the 1930s and the 1970s, as foster care became more common for ...

1809-1930: History of Hospitals in Michigan | ElderWeb

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A poor farm was purchased in 1832; and a shed-like building was erected ... " Following the cholera, the city was burdened with many invalids, widows and orphans, .... She had suffered a broken life and a distracted mind for the death of her little ...... The Women's Hospital, Flint, Michigan, was founded in 1917 by a woman ...

American Children Faced Great Dangers in the 1930s, None ...

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Dec 15, 2015 ... They singled out Little Orphan Annie as “Very Poor,” because of the protagonist's ... And because kids like murder and excitement, such programs proved good ... at finally being a member of the “Secret Circle,” is absolutely true to life. ... A graduate of the University of Michigan, he cowrote a 2013 episode of ...

Peek Through Time: St. Joseph Home for Boys was 'the only home ...

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Jun 18, 2014 ... Ann Arbor; Bay City; Detroit; Flint; Grand Rapids; Jackson .... JACKSON, MI – Its most famous resident may be Tom Monaghan, founder of ... the St. Joseph Home for Boys helped change the lives of thousands of ... Almost a year later, the sisters opened their doors to 20 orphan boys .... Like us on Facebook.

Adoption Database - 1930's - QuickBase Error

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Records 1 - 100 of 340 ... 15-06-25786, Birthfamily, Adoptee, Male, White Irish, 00/00/1930 ..... St Vincent Orphanage resident, Unknown, Unknown, St Vincents Asylum ..... Male, White, 10 /06/1934, James Lawrence Griffin, Flint, MI, Genesee ...