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Barre, September 14, 1940 - A handful of stonecutters, less fortunate than their steady working brothers, live in the dingy south-end settlement. Generoso Bonti sat old and brown on his granite doorstep, his shoulders protected by a patchwork quilt even though it was a warm July evening. A gray, tobacco stained moustache hung limp over his mouth. A middle-aged woman sat in the window darning socks. "The wife of my son," old Bonti explained. His voice was deep, a choked vibrancy that shook his difficult English (more)

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