|From||Ward Dossche||2:292/854.0||Date Write||2018-06-19 14:00:12|
|To||Gregory Deyss||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-06-19 15:10:14|
|Subj||Re: War With Russia|
GD> So glad you asked this question, my family on my fathers side arrived to
GD> America in the early 1800's from Germany, we like so many came here for a
GD> better life, we knew there would be a lot of hard work and determination
GD> it would required, but we did what was necessary to build a better life,
GD> before we could do any of it, we had to come here through immigration.
I find the story of the immigrants fascinating. Over the years I visited Ellis
Island several times and it has something to it.
I always wondered what it must be like for people to leave their home turf
fully understanding it was for 'forever' in those days. 'Good-bye grandpa
grandma, I'll see you in the afterlife'...
The same feelings I have when visiting County Donegal in Ireland and you pass
completely abandoned 18th and 19th century settlements.
--- D'Bridge 3.99 SR28
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