A home of her own

Although She Was brought up in a comfortable family farmhouse in New Hampshire, Mary Baker Eddy would spend many years without a home of her own. Having been widowed at an early age and later deserted by her second husband, having her only child taken from her care, her longing for the security of home and family was keen as she moved from town to town and boardinghouse to boardinghouse.

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