His family were German-speaking middle-class Ashkenazi Jews.
Introduction - A Midwife's Tale by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich margin at the left of her page where she entered the day of the month.
Soon she added a second column for the day of the week. By the end of she had added a right-hand margin where she summarized each day's events. A year or two later she began keeping a running head at the top of each page. Such changes suggest that she too could get lost in a stream of days.
One delivery, one April day, could so easily fuse with another. I was calld to Mr Gillmans at the hook to see his wife in Travil. His wife Safe Delivd at 7 Evn of a son Consider again that sequence of entries for April 23 through 26, The central story--Martha's crossing and recrossing of the Kennebec--is clear enough, but on first reading the reader is unlikely to notice a subplot being played out at the Hussey house while Martha was traveling through the April storm to the Hewins delivery.
In fact, it is not even apparent at first that she has left one pregnant woman to attend another. She did not, however, return home after leaving the Hewins house, which was on the same side of the river as her own, but crossed the Kennebec once again to the Husseys.
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