The Sunday Living History Interview – A Tale of Two Katharinas, a Legacy of Strong Women by Darlene Foster | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Author Darlene Foster shares the story of two great-grandmothers who despite the hardships they faced, worked tirelessly to give their families a home and provide them with the tools needed to surv…

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4 thoughts on “The Sunday Living History Interview – A Tale of Two Katharinas, a Legacy of Strong Women by Darlene Foster | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

  1. What a lovely personal story of people long ago. Intrepid settlers, living a hard life on the Prairies.
    I never knew either of my great-grandmothers, but I was told that they were both hard-working women who raised large families and endured hardships in working-class areas of London, during the latter part of Victoria’s reign.
    Both my grandmothers were born in the same year, 1900, and their mothers were probably born before 1880. I will try to find out some more about them one of these days.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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