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He rode the 'Orphan Train' across the country

He rode the 'Orphan Train' across the country

They called it the Orphan Train. It carried scores of street urchins -- with no parents, no homes -- out of New York City between 1854 and 1929. At each station, the orphans would stand outside the coaches, wearing their best clothes, hoping they'd be chosen by inspecting families. full story

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