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My grandmother, Eva Carey, was a homesteader in Bowbells and the local schoolteacher. My mom, Jeannette Carey, and her brothers, George and Hurly were born there. They left Bowbells for Sydney Montana when my mother was quite young.

Eva became one of the first women to work on the Sydney Herald newspaper. Late in her life Eva came and lived with us in Pittsburgh. My sister Ellen was teaching English as a foreign language to foreign students at Carnegie Mellon University. When she talked to Eva about her work, Eva just laughed and said she did the same thing when she was the schoolteacher in Bowbells. I assume she was teaching English to Irish and Norwegian folk.

Jeannette was a navy nurse in WWII. She was given a dishonorable discharge when she married my father, a U.S. marine at the time. Eva was outraged and wrote a sufficient number of letters to congressment that Jeannette's discharge was changed to honorable. Unfortunately, I don't think the rule was changed, nurses were not supposed to get married, but at least she took care of her daughter.

I am Jean's youngest (her fifth). I am a lawyer in New York and live in Brooklyn.

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