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Lehto (quite fittingly, in view of my earlier remarks) that was followed early on by a big surprise with a very personal twist: as revealed by the author, a very young Annie had apparently spent some extended time in her ancestral Balkan homeland near Crnomelj, Slovenia, located in the far southeastern corner of that country and cradled by the Kolpa River that marks the Croatian border—a rather weird and unusual “reverse migration” of sorts that preceded a permanent return to the States.

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However, while this woman’s whereabouts during the pivotal last half of 1913 have been well documented and much discussed, it’s the mysteriously missing ‘rest of her life’—far too long mired in obscurity—which has tenaciously tantalized researchers like myself.

So when fellow author and Copper Country historian Steve Lehto (who has gained my utmost respect through his own body of work) recently expressed especial enthusiasm for a new and expanded look at this elusive individual, I bubbled with anticipation.

Crnomelj is (as it was then) part of a birch & vineyard-infested region historically known as the Duchy of Carniola (when it was part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire), White Carniola or Bela Krajina (“White March”), and has long been a real “Bohunk” mixture of ethnic Slovenians, Gottscheers (transplanted Germans dating back to the 1300s) and a Croatian minority.

And even Ripley himself may not believe that from this relatively remote, confined countryside came forth in the late 1800s the forebearers of not only Big Annie, but also those of two very prominent “Yooper” families (the Ruppes and the Vertins) and—certainly last but not least—those paternally aligned to this reviewer, yours truly!

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