COURTESY CYNTHIA BAKER POWELLThough Harriet Aken fostered more than 21 boys, there was one little girl who stole her heart and was brought home to Deer Island.
COURTESY CYNTHIA BAKER POWELLThough Harriet Aken fostered more than 21 boys, there was one little girl who stole her heart and was brought home to Deer Island.
COURTESY CYNTHIA BAKER POWELLThough Harriet Aken fostered more than 21 boys, there was one little girl who stole her heart and was brought home to Deer Island.

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