DUMPED Pdf

DUMPED

Number of page: 116
Author: Noel Freedman
Publisher: Noel Freedman
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

 During the Depression, in 1936, the State of Montana provided an Orphanage in Twin Bridges, Montana.  The Orphanage, at the time housed over Four-hundred children.  Only a few of the children were orphans.  Most of the children came from broken homes.  The children were Wards of the State.

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About The Author

Noel Freedman's writing career began when he wrote in his 5-Year Diary; he was 12 years old.Freedmanwas born December 18,1928.His twin sister, Gloria, gave the Diary to Noel in 1942.DUMPED is the story of his Orphan Home experiences.Included in the content is the daily entries of Freedman's last five years in the orphanage.

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