This is the fabled home of Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert owned by the author's cousins and frequented by the author as a child.
This is Anne's room at Green Gables.
This is a patch of birch trees, home to Anne and Diana's playhouse.
This is Marilla's piece of jewelry which Marilla suspects Anne has thoughtlessly lost and the incident sparks the Sunday school picnic drama.
This is the spruce tree area over the brook that Diana and Anne imagined being haunted so powerfully that they were now both afraid of it.
White Way of Delight
This is Anne's affectionate name for the 'Avenue,' a scenic stretch of road arched over by apple trees.
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