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Thank you for visiting my site. I hope you enjoyed a sneak preview of my book,
MY ARMENIAN GENESIS:  THE LAST SURVIVOR (Hard Copy) and
MY ARMENIAN GENESIS: THE LONE SURVIVORS (e-Book Copy) 
by Mary L. MOVSISIAN Foess


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Mary L. MOVSISIAN Foess  



Retired School Teacher
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MY ARMENIAN GENESIS: THE LAST SURVIVOR (Hard Copy) and
MY ARMENIAN GENESIS: THE LONE SURVIVORS (e-Book Copy)
   by Mary L. MOVSISIAN Foess

Mary's Book Ordering Information and Options Available
Order Hard Copy or download to computer:   http://www.lulu.com
 
ISBN: 
978-0-557-26888-7 (Hard Copy & Downloads)

Mary's e-Book Ordering Information
When ordering the e-Book on any of the following links, please type in either the title of the book, MY ARMENIAN GENESIS: THE LONE SURVIVORS, or the author's name,
Mary L. MOVSISIAN Foess on the search line.

Kindle:  http://www.amazon.com    
Nook:  http://www.barnesandnoble.com  
Kobo Link:  http://www.Kobobooks.com 
(Kobo Vox, Kobo Touch, Kobo WiFi, and Smartphones)

Web site:  http://www.ArmenianAncestryBook.com

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Sandra Foerster said:   March 24, 2010 9:49 am PST
In my search for my own b-parents I discovered your book. I am looking forward to reading it.

Lucas Melcon said:   March 22, 2010 10:28 pm PST
I have been researching my family history and stumbled across your site. (They lived in Kharput). I am hoping to find a slightly larger version of the map you have because I think the town my great-great grandmother was from is half visible on yours. If you can please let me know where you got it from I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.

Vickie Legg Spurling said:   October 10, 2009 10:34 am PST
I am so glad to see that you have discovered your family tree when you had so much missing! I am still looking for mine - have never determined for sure if my Legg's fit in with yours or if Legg is actually my true blood line.....it may be something I never really know. Reading such happy endings as yours makes me sad for mine....Geneaology is truly a puzzle and has alot of "secrets" that may or may not be uncovered! Thanks for sending this to me on facebook - I have only been on there about two weeks!

George Kirkby said:   August 22, 2009 12:12 pm PST
Dear Mary; I've enjoyed reading your story. We were classmates at West Junior and Sexton. There must be hundreds of children who cherish their wonderful teacher, Mrs. Foess. Your book sounds very interesting.

Janet Hector said:   July 27, 2009 5:14 pm PST
Mary, I enjoyed being allowed this journey into your life. I especially enjoyed the line that says: "I would soon walk through the looking glass, from the two dimensional world of the wrong side of the mirror where light is reflected from but not felt in its solar warmth, to the world where people are connected to each other by bonds of blood". It gives me hope that mankind will discover this fact that by the blood of Jesus we are connected. Then we will do better by one another. For now Mary, I have you as my example and hope today. I thank you for that. I now understand why you have been so kind to Essence.

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IN THE NEWS...

"Foess has spent years pouring over adoptive records, oftentimes being stonewalled. But she persevered until the layers she uncovered, the secret she discovered, and the shunning she endured led her to have an amazing love for her Armenian roots. Hers is extraordinary story that one finds hard to believe. It's about a young Armenian mother in America who had to give up her child for adoption during World War II because of hard times, and about that child's decades-long search for her true identity. The chapters reveal Mary's character."  Betty APIGIAN Kessel (The Armenian Weekly - May 10, 2008 Michigan High Beat)
Here are some adoption search related Web sites you may wish to consider:
 
http://www.loricarangelo.com/
 
http://www.AmFOR.net/genealogy.htm
 
http://www.amfor.net/

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