LASR Anniversary Scavenger Hunt: Searching for Home by Margaret G. Hanna

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In 1912, Mary Louisa Appleton is 27 years old and a domestic servant in Cornwall, England. She sees no future there, so she accepts employment with a family returning to Alberta, Canada. It is the land of unlimited opportunity, or so she has heard.

Once in Canada, Mary faces the dilemma of all immigrants – where does she belong?

She is conflicted: her body is in Canada but her heart is in England. She longs to return to England but wars, marriage, children, the Dirty Thirties, and economic circumstances conspire to keep her in Canada.

Then she faces a crisis, and she has to decide. Is “home” where her heart is, or where she resides?

Searching for Home is the story of the author’s maternal grandmother as she struggles to find her place in Canada.

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