DescriptionIn this "I remember" memoir, Sabina Slavic Woodward recalls how Charles Seabrook sent a representative to refugee camps in West Germany to recruit workers. Sabina's family signed up, and spent 10 days at sea. Many of the refugees were malnourished. During the first year at Seabrook, Sabina's family lived in Farm Center, which was a cramped living area that lacked privacy. Once her parents were able to gain more hours to earn more money, her family was able to move into a more suitable house. Tragically, in 1955, her older brother, Franz, drowned in a nearby lake. The Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center has been soliciting current and past residents of Seabrook Farms for an "I remember" project. Residents are asked to create narratives regarding their experiences at Seabrook Farms. These memories help preserve the history and multi-cultural heritage of Seabrook Farms.