An Abenaki Indian leaves this Native American object on the porch of his daughter's house for her to find.
Picture of Lily Beaumont
This is an image of a person passed from father to daughter to convince the daughter of her heritage.
This is a gift from a father to his pregnant daughter that contains herbs meant to keep her safe, but is later mistaken by her husband as proof that she is having an affair.
This is an object to be used with tobacco that a daughter steals from her father that is later found at the murder scene and used to establish a connection between the two characters.
This information is gathered by learned men and women in order to show how many members of certain families are predisposed to being confined to either a mental hospital or prison...
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