The Old Frenchman Place
This is a Mississippi plantation owned by Lee Goodwin.
This is the city nearest to the Old Frenchman Place.
This is a common meeting place for the people at Old Frenchman Place and is the only site for water.
This is where Horace Benbow lives and works as an attorney.
This is a rural town not far from Memphis and the former home of Horace Benbow.
This is where Goodwin served as a sergeant in the Cavalry.
This is the site of Goodwin's involvement in the infantry.
This is the town where Stevens picks up Temple for the baseball game.
Gowan Stevens attends school here, where people are more refined and where he learned to drink like a gentleman.
This is the name of the girls' dormitory where Temple lives.
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