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Hamilton Place

Mary Reinhart

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ISBN 10: 0595262104 / ISBN 13: 9780595262106
Published by iUniverse, 2003
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Hamilton Place

Publisher: iUniverse

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Anthony John Pafitis, a Greek sailor made the decision at a very early age to search for a better life. Illegally entering the New World in 1916, he eventually settled on the North Side section of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He married and raised a family in an area known as Hamilton Place. His youngest daughter, Mary Sophia recounts her growing up years in the era of "colored and white sections", unlocked doors, and of immigrants living and playing together in this close environment. A time when money and jobs were scarce, when families were torn apart and children were often made "wards of the court", subjecting them to humiliating experiences.With the outbreak of WWII, the immigrants learned the true meaning of patriotism and love for their adopted country. The importance and impact of the war effort would be felt not only by the adults, but also by the children, however circumstances would soon overshadow the war changing forever a way of life.

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Mary Theodore Reinhart lives with husband of 51 years, Elmer Henry Reinhart near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Retired from The Pittsburgh Board of Public Education, Mary loves cooking, is Past President of Gateway North AARP and is the mother of Maxine Leffard and Susan Paulik and grandmother of Dustin, Christina and Brandon.

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