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I don't think there is a group of people in this world who cannot relate in some way to this story, but perhaps you have to become a 'refugee' to understand this - or to suffer the loss of your home to an incomer who despises you. Only God can relieve the hurts and harms. Only God can bestow the healing faith, foundation of a life in Him. God bless you.
Thank you for sharing this story with us. It was intensely moving.

God bless~
Great story. The facts you relate are fascinating and I like the way you have dramatized it. It really brings to life the difficulties the Narrangansett people have faced. I was a bit unsure about when the story is set - on 2nd and 3rd read through, I'm thinking maybe just before the Second World War.
One of my friends teaches the Native families here in South Dakota. They just seem to struggle so much to make a life for themselves. She tries so hard to help them believe in Jesus.

The only red ink I saw is in the line -" Yet somehow - I knew it" I think you changed to first person.

Thanks for sharing. Blessings, LaVonne
Gripping, riveting and informative. The whole package delivered beautifully.
Clever characterisation of historical details and the raw emotions that the facts often sweep over. Well done.
Congratulations on ranking 12th overall! Happy Dance!