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"Fundy tides run deep, then ebb away.
From across the waters, men and women came to settle here
Like so many generations that come, then go
And now, their children and their children's children
Scattered all across the lands."
Words on the stained glass window of the church on Wood Island, New Brunswick.

Elaine Ingalls Hogg

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Welcoming light at North Head, Grand Manan, New Brunswick

Swallow Tail Light House

This picture was taken August 2000 (C)

The Shelter-"The story is a very poignant portrayal of the trials and hardships, as well as the simple joys, of life during a time in our Canadian history when many families experienced these together. The prevailing faith and perseverance that runs through your book gives us all hope for the future. My favourite part was reading of Auntie Willow's baptism!" Julie Mac Isaac, Feb. 1999