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Butterbox survivors

Robert Hartlen

Butterbox survivors

life after the Ideal Maternity Home

by Robert Hartlen

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Published by Nimbus in Halifax, NS .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nova Scotia,
  • Canada,
  • United States,
  • États-Unis,
  • Nouvelle-Écosse
    • Subjects:
    • Ideal Maternity Home -- History,
    • Ideal Maternity Home,
    • Adoption -- Nova Scotia -- Corrupt practices,
    • Adoptees -- Canada -- Biography,
    • Adoptees -- United States -- Biography,
    • Adoptés -- Canada -- Biographies,
    • Adoptés -- États-Unis -- Biographies,
    • Adoption -- Nouvelle-Écosse -- Pratiques déloyales

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRobert Hartlen.
      GenreBiography., Biographies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV875.7.N68 H37 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvi, 238 p. :
      Number of Pages238
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL122821M
      ISBN 101551092905
      LC Control Number99490247
      OCLC/WorldCa40735731

        Bette Cahill, author of Butterbox Babies, said people paid up to $10, (usually disguised as a donation) to adopt children from the home — but the selling of babies wasn't the worst of what took place. People wanted healthy, white babies, Cahill said. Those considered "unmarketable" the Youngs let starve by feeding them only molasses and water.   GV woman helps ‘Butterbox Baby’ survivors understand past By Kitty Bottemiller [email protected] who now lives in Green Valley, discovered she was a survivor of a Nova Scotia maternity home that, when she was born there in , was already the target of horrific, almost unspeakable claims. Cahill’s news coverage led to.

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Butterbox Survivors is more importantly the story of the Survivors of the Young's sanatorium, including author Bob Hartlen. Bob Hartlen is one of many who share for the first time their struggle with their unknown or unknowable past.

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Butterbox Survivors Author: Robert Hartlen Publisher: Nimbus Publishing Since the publication of Butterbox Babies, the Ideal Maternity Home in Chester, Nova Scotia, has become synonymous with illegal adoptions and suspicious baby attention has been giving neglect of infants at the Home, the exorbitant fee paid by adoptive parents and the secretive.

'The Child Remains': The true story behind the 'Butterbox Babies' who were sold, starved to death in a maternity home. Michael Melski's supernatural thriller 'The Child Remains' is based on the chilling story of a maternity home in Nova Scotia, where to children were starved to death by a couple who ran a maternity home.

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Free shipping and pickup in. 'Butterbox babies' maternity home survivors still search for birth families Many infants died at The Ideal Maternity Home, which operated in Nova.

Now, in this new expanded edition, we share the author’s new insights and ongoing interest in the story. We are introduced to many of the survivors and learn about their sometimes sad, sometimes happy searches for their birth parents. “Butterbox Babies is Bette Cahill’s exhaustively researched exposé of the Ideal Maternity Home in East.

The butterbox babies is about a husband and wife who ran an unwed maternity home in Nova Scotia. The mothers were given free care and some of the babies were adopted out for thousands of dollars. Some were put into the butter boxes and buried. The book contains some of the true stories of some of the surviving children/5(29).

Butterbox Survivors book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Book by Hartlen, Robert/5(7). Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Butterbox Babies: Baby Sales, Baby Deaths.

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Directed by Don McBrearty. With Susan Clark, Peter MacNeill, Catherine Fitch, Michael Riley. A couple operates a shady maternity home in s/s Nova Scotia.

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The Ideal Maternity Home was operated by William and Lila Young in East Chester, Nova Scotia, between the late 's through the 's. William was a c hiropractor and Lila was a midwife but marketed herself as an obstetrician.

The Home began as a place for local married couples to find maternity care, as well as a discreet location for unwed mothers to have their babies.

Instead they mysteriously disappeared, becoming known as butterbox babies - named after the grocery delivery boxes that they were buried in. Since Bette Cahill first wrote about this shocking truth inshe continued to research the story and corresponded with many of the home's survivors.

The title of Bette Cahill's book, Butterbox Babies is a reference to the "butter boxes," wooden grocery crates from a local dairy used as coffins for the babies killed at the Ideal Maternity film Butterbox Babies was adapted from the r film based on the story, The Child Remains, was released in   GV woman helps ‘Butterbox Baby’ survivors understand past By Kitty Bottemiller [email protected] Cahill’s news coverage led to books and a film about the babies who died at IMH in.

Many of the babies born at the Ideal Maternity Home in East Chester, Nova Scotia, were not adopted. Instead they mysteriously disappeared, becoming known as butterbox babies--named after the grocery delivery boxes that they were buried in. Since Bette Cahill first wrote about this shocking truth inshe continued to research the story and corresponded with many of the home's survivors.

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Instead they mysteriously disappeared, becoming known as butterbox babies―named after the grocery delivery boxes that they were buried in. Since Bette Cahill first wrote about this shocking truth inshe continued to research the story and corresponded with many of the home’s survivors/5(7).

Enjoy this preview of Sullivan's "Butterbox Babies". The shocking true story of Lila and William Young, owners of the Ideal Maternity Home for unwed mothers in .