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Caddie Woodlawn - Chapter 24, Travelers Return Summary & Analysis

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 24, Travelers Return Summary

Caddie has never seen a more beautiful autumn. The difference may not have been in the brightness of the fall colors, but in Caddie herself, who now appreciates Wisconsin more now that she has been in danger of losing it.

One day Indian John rides into the Woodlawns' farm. He sits at Harriet's table and eats a piece of apple pie. He does not have the words to tell them about the strange and majestic places he and his tribe have been, but Caddie can sense the mystery of far-off places about him. Indian John's dog sniffs his master's legs, unsure of who he belongs to now.

When Indian John finishes his pie, he reaches into his bag and gives Caddie a beautiful pair of beaded moccasins that fit her perfectly. Caddie thanks him, but Indian John has nothing more to say because...

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