Step back in time to 1853 when 10,000 homeless children roamed the bustling streets of New York City. Enter the visionary world of young minister Charles Loring Brace, the founder of the Children's Aid Society, who initiated a transformative journey for orphans.
Embark on a fascinating narrative as Brace's Society and other charities, until 1929, orchestrated the relocation of over 150,000 neglected children by train to 47 states. Discover the heartwarming tales of resilience and hope as these young souls found new beginnings with farm families across the nation.
Join us in unraveling the remarkable stories of the ORPHAN TRAIN CHILDREN – a captivating journey through history and the enduring power of compassion.