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In the chapter titled "1875-1876," the female college is floundering and Kitty Lowrey learns that there's a religious college interested in establishing a campus in Waynesboro. Without her father's knowledge, she manages to get word to those in charge that the college buildings could be bought and her father agrees to sell, calling the offer a godsend and accepting a principal's position in another town. Kitty plans to marry her long-time boyfriend, Sheldon Edwards. Mr. Lowry tells Kitty's sister Ellen that she can move with them, find a job or return to her husband. Meanwhile, Ludwig and Sally plan to move in with Sally's parents because her mother is in poor health, and to rent their house to the newlywed Kitty and Sheldon. Dr. Blair moves into the now-empty Lowrey house. He is a widower with an eighteen-year-old daughter named Christina. John is called to...

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