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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, Warren Performs Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 16, Warren Performs Summary

The season is warming, and one day Tom, Warren and Caddie hear a roaring in the river. They watch from the river bank as ice breaks and crashes down the river. By evening the ice has piled as high as a building in some places. The tavern in Dunnville, which is on the other side of the river, is now cut off for a while, until the ferry can resume its runs. In the winter, people cross on the ice, and in the summer a ferry takes them to the tavern.

Harriet tells her children that the steamer will soon be running again, and she is looking forward to receiving mail and news from Boston. She suggests inviting their cousin, Annabelle, who is Caddie's age, for the summer. Annabelle has been reared as a lady, Harriet says.

The last day of school is...

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