A Thousand Moons Setting

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Tennessee

Tennessee is the setting of the novel in the post-Civil War south. Winona lives with her adoptive family after her own family were killed in the war.

Farm

The farm is the rural setting where Winona lives with John Cole and Thomas McNulty. The farm offers Winona a deeper connection to nature.

Town

The town is the setting where Winona experiences her first tastes of freedom and independence. She is also subjected to extensive racial abuses when she ventures into the town.

The road

The road is the setting where Winona explores her freedom through travel and encounters Peg, the first Indian she has met since her family.

The general store

The general store is the setting where Winona meets with Jas Jonski early on in the novel. He flirts with her here and she thinks about what her life might be like if she were to marry...

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