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Ryan Littrell

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Springfield, Illinois, The United States



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Ryan Littrell grew up in Chatham, Illinois and attended Northwestern University, Harvard University, and Boston College. He lives in New York City, and "Reunion" is his first book.

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Interested in the story behind the book? Then check out my interview with Lynn Palermo: http://www.thearmchairgenealogist.com.... Lynn and I talked about how I began writing Reunion, what my future plans are, and much more. Thanks to Lynn for her great questions! Read more of this blog post »
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“I know you never met me, and I know you don’t know my name, but I am from you, and I just wish you could see me. I wish you could see that someone knows who you were and what you did, and I won’t let anybody forget you, not ever again.”
Ryan Littrell, Reunion: A Search for Ancestors

“This you will hear in the old saying: Bheirinn cuid-oidhche dha ged a bhiodh ceann fir fo ’achlais. (I would give him food and lodging for the night even if he had a man’s head under his arm.) Our ancestors knew that giving begat giving, that care begat care, and thus they said: Gus an tràighear a’ mhuir le cliabh, cha bhi fear fial falamh. (Until the ocean is emptied with a basket, the generous man will never be empty-handed.)”
Ryan Littrell, Reunion: A Search for Ancestors

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