The Midwife’s Tale

Women's Sagas

Author: Gretchen Moran Laskas

â��I come from a long line of midwives,â�� narrates Elizabeth Whitely. â��I was expected to follow Mama, follow Granny, follow Great-granny. In the end, I didnâ��t disappoint them. Or perhaps I did. After all, there were no more midwives after me.â��For generations, the women in Elizabethâ��s family have brought life to Kettle Valley, West Virginia, heeding a destiny to te….Read More

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