A Place Called Freedom - Chapters 26-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-28 Summary

Mack, Peg and Cora survive the journey to the colonies. Mack tells Peg that they will be sold as workers when they reach shore. They have to work for whomever buys them for seven years. It takes them eight weeks to reach Fredricksburg. Mack is sold with a group of other men and has a tearful parting with Cora and Peg.

On the march, Mack leans that Jay selected the group to work at Mockjack Hall. He learns this from the slave, Toby Tambala. The other man is the overseer, Bill Sowerby. Mack is not happy about being the property of a Jamisson again. When they reach Mockjack Hall, their fetters are removed. Mack thinks of running away, but he is too weak and has to make plans for Cora and Peg. Toby explains what happens to those who run away.

The next day, the...

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