Objects & Places from A Girl Named Zippy: Growing Up Small in Mooreland, Indiana

Haven Kimmel
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Mooreland

When the author was growing up, this small town in Indiana had a population of three hundred and one main street.

Minnie Hodson's House

Often used as a landmark to direct visitors to the Jarvis house, this house was first occupied by the woman who choked a chicken in front of the neighbor girl.

Rodeo Bike

This object was lavender with a purple sparkly banana seat and had brightly colored streamers dangling from its handlebars.

Lake of the Woods

The location was justified as a church because two or three were gathered together there (if the trees were counted.)

Diner

The main character's mother worked there for a short time, where a visitor could get sugar cream pie.

Julie Newman's Farm

At this location outside town, the main character spent much time playing with her friend and the various animals.

Mooreland Fair

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