A Land Remembered - Study Guide Chapters 35, 36 and 37 Summary & Analysis

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In the summer Zech, Glenda and Sol make the trip to Fort Pierce to buy orange trees to replenish the crops lost in the winter storm. The trip is illuminating as the family witnesses the progress of the railroad down Florida's east coast and decides to stay a few days in Palm Beach, the first vacation they have ever had. Zech is uncomfortable with so many people around and does not share in Glenda's delight in looking in store windows. Glenda would like to stay at the elegant Royal Poinciana Hotel but Zech, even though he can easily afford it, cannot rent a room because he does not fit the image of the hotel's wealthy guests.

Zech is glad to leave Palm Beach and the family finally reaches Fort Dallas where Zech purchases eight thousand orange trees with an arrangement to buy more every month...

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