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From 1854 to 1929, some 250,000 homeless children were transported out of American cities and placed with families in the rural West. This emigration plan was the idea of a minister named Charles Loring Brace. Stephen O’Connor tells the story of this little-known but influential early child welfare effort in his new book.
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