Objects & Places from The Tale of Beatrix Potter

Margaret Lane
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Object Descriptions

Bolton Gardens - This is where Beatrix was raised.

Dalguise House - This is where the Potters spent their summers.

The House at Bedford Square - This is the Warne family home.

Hill Top Farm - This is the property that Beatrix purchased after Norman died.

Sawrey - This is the town near Beatrix's farms.

Castle Farm - This is where Beatrix and William Heelis lived together.

Troutbeck Park - This was a two thousand acre estate.

Herdwick Sheep - This was what Beatrix devoted time to raising at one of her farms.

Sketches - This was what Beatrix learned to make at an early age.

Water-Color Paintings - This was what Beatrix included in most of her children's books.

The Tale of Peter Rabbit - This was Beatrix Potter's first and most famous children's book.

The Tailor of Gloucester - This was Beatrix Potter's second children's...

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