Throughout the Great Depression, World War II, the '50s, '60s and '70s, a tiny, hard-scrabble neighborhood in Brownsville, Pennsylvania was the home of a band of siblings who sang, danced, laughed, worked, partied and fought their way through life with a strong sense of humor, hard work and togetherness. One sister in particular, made an indelible mark on the people and places she loved. From her home base in the Pike Mine Patch, she traveled the world, created her own adventures and made friends and memories along the way. This is less like the telling of a story and more like the painting of a picture of a people a place and a time. "To think that in such a place, [they] lived such a life" - Winston Churchill.