Graying Adoptees Still Searching for Their Identities

Carol Cook of Blairstown, N.J., grew up thinking she was a WASP with Native American blood, a splash of ethnicity that pleased her because she had majored in anthropology in college. But at 33, the executive secretary and mother of two inadvertently discovered a secret her entire family had held from her: Cook was adopted, born in a Catholic hospital and was likely Italian. "I suspect the [secret] evolved and it became more impossible to tell me," she said. "I had good parents. But suddenly I...Full Story
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