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  • Despite World War II battles, one young woman finds reason to leave the comforts of her home and her family. She follows her heart across national boundaries, from the Canadian prairies to New York City's Empire State building where she fell straight into her husband's arms.

    Sometimes immigration isn't about fleeing the place you came from. Instead, it's about where you're going and who will be there when you arrive.

    This is Margaret's story.
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