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  • The Murphys of Rathcore Rectory

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    A complex character, angry and aggressive, James Murphy was not an easy husband or father. But all his children said "He made a God out of education." He had found education to be his gateway out of poverty, his way to leave a countryside still ...


  • Choose You This Day

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    The Derksen family has come to Wuestenfelde as refugees from Friesland, Mennonites that have fled the persecution of all Anabaptists, primarily due to the debacle of their takeover of Muenster in north Germany. Misguided followers of Melchior ...


  • TOPORIVTSI: My Grandparents' Village

    How the Ukrainian People Survived as a Nation by

    This book essentially started out as a personal voyage of discovery. Did any Galagans still remain in Ukraine after all these years and what had our Canadian ethnic Ukrainian families “missed” as a result of our grandparents immigration from Ukraine ...


  • The Mysterious Druids

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    Few subjects have inspired more fascination throughout the centuries than the druids, but were they really as mystical and mysterious as they are often portrayed? In an absorbing mix of scholarly presentation and entertaining stories from folklore ...


  • Chrysalis

    Carpathian Liberty by

    This book does not claim absolute truths, but it speaks for those who can no longer speak for themselves by the histories they witnessed, wrote about, and which defined their ancestors and descendants, including the most powerful woman that ever ...


  • The Winds of Fortress Kula

    The Journey of a Young Woman from Captivity to Freedom (1946-1947) by

    Five young siblings—three sisters and two brothers—face death by exhaustion, starvation or epidemics in post-World War II Yugoslavia. As ethnic Germans living there, the family had been arrested and their property confiscated by the ...


  • Pathway Through Peril

    A Journey of Hope by

    For the colonies of Mennonites living in the fertile, prosperous part of Russia known as the Ukraine in the early twentieth century, life was idyllic. Paradise, some called it. The moderate climate, lush fields of grain, abundant orchards and ...


  • Out of the Ruins

    Growing Up in Post-War Germany by

    Like all other German cities, Hannover, West Germany, was in physical and economic ruin when the Second World War came to a close in 1945. Many of the war’s hardships continued for German citizens in the post-war years, and it was exceedingly ...


  • Chrysalis

    Metamorphosis of Odium by

    This book does not claim absolute truths, but it speaks for those who can no longer speak for themselves by the histories they witnessed, wrote about, and which defined their ancestors and descendants, including the most powerful woman that ever ...