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Cousins By J. Andrews Smith
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A unique and beautiful book with stories told by adults who lived in residential care for significant portions of their childhood. J. Andrews Smith, who also grew up in residential care, has been... More > sharing stories like these for more than sixty years, and this latest book has even more to make you laugh and cry. In addition, Smith includes perspectives from professionals in the field, and weaves it all together to form a life book of experiences drawing a wider audience to continue the journey.< Less
The Family By J. Andrews Smith
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With this book, J. Andrews Smith, MSW, makes a unique contribution to the fields of North Carolina historiography, sociology and social work. Almost 20 years ago, Clyde F. McSwain published a... More > detailed account of his life at the Masonic Orphanage at Oxford, North Carolina. Nearly 10 years later Richard McKenzie published a penetrating memoir of his life in the Presbyterian Orphanage at Barium Springs , North Carolina. A few other full-length recollections of orphanage life may have been written and published, but there is no other book, I think, similar to this one by Mr. Smith. His is no less than a collection of firsthand accounts of life as lived by a succession of children in the Free Will Baptist Orphanage (or Children’s Home) at Middlesex, North Carolina, over a period of nearly 90 years—from the second decade of the 20th century to the first decade of the 21st century. George Stevenson Jr. Archivist (1970-2008) North Carolina State Archives Raleigh, North Carolina< Less
The Family By J. Andrews Smith
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With this book, J. Andrews Smith, MSW, makes a unique contribution to the fields of North Carolina historiography, sociology and social work. Almost 20 years ago, Clyde F. McSwain published a... More > detailed account of his life at the Masonic Orphanage at Oxford, North Carolina. Nearly 10 years later Richard McKenzie published a penetrating memoir of his life in the Presbyterian Orphanage at Barium Springs , North Carolina. A few other full-length recollections of orphanage life may have been written and published, but there is no other book, I think, similar to this one by Mr. Smith. His is no less than a collection of firsthand accounts of life as lived by a succession of children in the Free Will Baptist Orphanage (or Children’s Home) at Middlesex, North Carolina, over a period of nearly 90 years—from the second decade of the 20th century to the first decade of the 21st century. George Stevenson Jr. Archivist (1970-2008) North Carolina State Archives Raleigh, North Carolina< Less

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