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Hagop Shamlian
We Armenians Survived

We Warmed Our Hands

On Wednesday, the 7th day of July 1920 at 10 a.m. in the morning, Puzant Shamlian left Beirut with Karnig Babikian, Ghevont Tchorbajian, and Toros Shamlian, (a cousin) all of Marash.

Photo of Heranoush
We Armenians Survived

What’s in a Name

Maryam (Arabic/Hebrew variation for Mary) – The mother of Jesus and the only woman named in the Quran. Hatun abla

We Armenians Survived

Choosing How She Would Die

M A R A S H    1 9 2 0 Dr. Mabel Elliott, a Bostonian, was on the trek following the

Scars He Carried

Amid The Ruins

“I long to see my Cilicia once more and ride the waves of river Arax and gaze at snow-capped Mount

Scars He Carried

“Funny Writing”

It wasn’t that long ago that rug experts acknowledged that the “funny writing” on some oriental rugs was Armenian. However,

Karakin Choroian
Scars He Carried

Little Women: Fannie and Atlas

In America during the years 1894-1896, Fannie a thirteen-year-old girl, living in a rural community, oftentimes participated in church socials,