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Dionne Quints and their Mother

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also back then (1934), they would have lived in abject poverty and there were so many other children in the family...in the early love department, they were truly doomed...it was very sad...

mackabroin

I saw one of them on a talk show once....and she was strong (I thought)......but basically talking about sadness and wishing for less notoriety and being a normal family......I thought it would have been sad too....

still an amazing story ... Sherry

northcousin

These precious girls were Identical , which is a miracle in itself. They were exploited and treated badly by their parents when they were returned to the family. I feel sad for how they suffered.

mackabroin

I agree sihecht.......it is so sad.....and and the poor mother....all her beautiful babies and she had no say at all....sometime I guess there is an "upside" to progress....poor kids also

kshastings

I had a set of those dolls!

The truth, of course, is that that weren't raised by their parents when young. The quints, within a short while after their birth, were taken away to be raised by the Red Cross! After that, the government of Canada intervened and took the girls from their parents. A very sad story ...

jellyfisher

Beautiful! Thank you!

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