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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14, A Dollar's Worth Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 14, A Dollar's Worth Summary

The next day is Thursday, and Hetty has done a good job spreading the word about the scalp belt all over school. Children ask Caddie, Tom and Warren many questions, and they give vague and mysterious answers to all of them except for when and where the children can see the belt. The Woodlawns tell the other children they can bring a marble or stick of candy as payment for the viewing. The Woodlawn children estimate they will make a good haul from the peep show.

Mid-morning, an Indian woman enters the school room carrying a large bundle. The three Hankinson children, her sons, run to her. The woman speaks to her children in a low, guttural tongue, and they cry and cling to her. She kisses each one, then tells the others she is going to be with her people...

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