Christina Trombley’s newly released “Poverty in Rural America” details the progression of poorhouses in America that sheds light on poverty and its mitigation

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“Poverty in Rural America: The Story of Yates County Home and Farm from 1830 to 1950” from Christian Faith Publishing author Christina Trombley is an in-depth account that tackles the existence of poorhouses in poverty-stricken areas in rural America and how progress and aid were introduced through proper management.

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“Poverty in Rural America: The Story of Yates County Home and Farm from 1830 to 1950”: a scholastic opus that delves into rural America’s poorhouses and identifies the effective steps by the Yates County Home and Farm that paved a path for improvement in the deplorable conditions in the community. “Poverty in Rural America: The Story of Yates County Home and Farm from 1830 to 1950” is the creation of published author Christina Trombley, a first-time author and a retired registered nurse, licensed nursing home administrator, and management consultant.

Trombley shares, “‘Poverty in Rural America: The Story of Yates County Home and Farm from 1830 to 1950’ describes the development of poorhouses in New York State, providing an analysis of poverty and an impression of the societal attitudes toward those who were impoverished in the early nineteenth century. The reader is provided with an understanding of the workings and management of the Yates County Home and Farm as well as comparing it to the general issues of poverty and the solutions employed by the state. Throughout the book, the author has provided insights and discussion questions at the end of each chapter to prompt discussion and further analysis to provide insight into the impact upon the people involved. The book highlights the changes in philosophy of poverty and its solutions over the time of the operation of this poorhouse and the development of other social-service programs. This work would appeal to readers of history and of social change over time.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Christina Trombley’s new book seeks to transform the society into an effective force that continually advances toward stability and without reprieve due to neglect in economic, political, and communal facets.

This book imparts potent ideas that revolutionize the philosophy of penury in hopes of uplifting the society from depravity through sound management and social relationship.

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