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A Walk Across America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13-18 Summary

Peter Jenkins (travel author)
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Chapter 13-18 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 13 begins with Cooper and Peter making to the town of Andrews after leaving Robbinsville. Peter and Cooper don't stay in this town long still upset from their welcome in Robbinsville. Peter and Cooper finally make it to the town of Murphy, North Carolina and decide they will give this town a try. The sheriff in the town introduces himself to Peter and welcomes them to Murphy. Peter and Cooper find a basketball court filled with young black men and they ask Peter to join. Peter is put on the team with the Oliver brothers and after the game is over the boys all run home to get their camping equipment and camp with Peter. Peter is invited home with the Oliver brothers to eat dinner. Their mother, Mary Elizabeth, tells Peter that she believes he was sent by God as a test...

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