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Amos Fortune: Free Man - Hard Work Fills the Iron Kettle 1781-1789 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Yates
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Hard Work Fills the Iron Kettle 1781-1789 Summary

The first summer in Jaffrey, Amos and Violet spent rebuilding the tanning business and building a cabin for them to live in. The entire cabin seemed to be filled with one part or another of the tanning business, because that was what was most important. They had to start earning money in order to survive in their new home.

While her parents concentrated all their time on the tannery, Celyndia tested the boundaries of her freedom. Celyndia made friends among the local children and often went off to pick berries. Celyndia had not grasped the full meaning of her freedom when she first received it, however, the longer she lived in Jaffrey, the more she discovered the meaning of freedom.

Amos worked hard all week long on his tanning, spending hours scraping the hides with...

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