Objects & Places from An American Childhood

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Pittsburgh

This is the city where the Dillard family lives.

Paw Paw

This is the campground Annie frequently visits with her friend Judy.

New Orleans

This is the city Annie's father was obsessed with and attempts to sail down the Mississippi to reach.

Edgerton Avenue

This is the name of the street of the first house in which Annie lives.

Richard Lane

This is the street where Annie's second house is located, and where she has her attic bedroom.

French-Indian War

This event triggers images in Annie's mind of Indians sneaking through forests and rugged soldiers fighting one another.

World War II

This event triggers the maturity of Annie's interest in the human condition, and she studies this event throughout her adult life.

Man Walking

This is a statue Annie thinks symbolizes a happy, conscious life.

Hollins College

This is where Annie's teacher tells her to go if...

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