Religion: The Wounds

Uptergrove, a one-store, two-church hamlet 86 miles north of Toronto, straddles Ontario Highway No. 12. Its 204 people are almost equally divided between Protestants and Roman Catholics. Both groups have known Mrs. Donald Mclsaac all her life. She was born Eva Baye, granddaughter of a full-blooded Indian brave on the nearby Huron reservation. As a dark, pretty girl with pigtails, she went to Fair Valley public school, later married Farmer Don Mclsaac and bore him eight children. Now a stout, cheerful woman of 48, she still works on the farm, does her own housework, looks after her husband and six surviving...

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