This tenderhearted child was being raised in Africa by British parents in the 1910s.
One of the author's parents, this person helped manage the laborers on the family's farm and had a reputation for being very helpful and strong.
One of the author's parents, this person was a dreamer who believed that fortune was just around the corner.
This person worked at the family's farm and was known as a trusted worker and friend.
This person served as headman for the family's farm and was of mixed ethnic heritage.
This person had a background in nursing and was married to one of the settlers.
This neighbor was a wealthy, former military official and seemed very stern and upright.
This settler was flighty and pined for the "civilized" life the settlers left behind in Europe.
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