Tohoga House - This place is the setting for the first two-thirds of the book.
Money - This item is a source of contention in the family because there is never enough of it.
Georgetown - This is an upscale neighborhood.
Baltimore - This city is considered dirty and industrial.
Washington, DC - This city is where Henny likes to shop and spend time with her friend Bert as a way to escape everyday life.
Greenland - This country is where Sam is sent on his anthropological mission.
Orchard - This is the place where the children meet to play or to listen to Sam regale them with stories and songs.
Harper's Ferry, Virginia - This place is where Louie's Aunt Beulah lives.
Malay - This region is where Sam is finally sent to observe nature, especially birds, for the Smithsonian Institute.
Spa House - This place...
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