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Amos Fortune: Free Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Journey to Keene 1779 Summary

Elizabeth Yates
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Journey to Keene 1779 Summary

By 1779, Amos Fortune had his freedom, had a thriving tanning business, and his own home. Amos also had a good horse, one he bought from a man looking to tan the horse's hide. whom Amos talked him into selling him the horse, instead.

Amos had fallen in love again, this time with a woman, named , Violet, younger. She was younger than him with a four- year- old daughter. Amos had agreed to pay Violet's owner fifty pounds for both Violet and her daughter, Celyndia. Amos was close to having the money on the day he traveled to Keene to make a delivery. On the road to Keene, Amos found a small community nestled at the base of a mountain. To Amos, this place looked like paradise. Amos asked God to give him a sign, to tell him if this should be the place...

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