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Carol Ryrie Brink
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And in those pioneer days, Wisconsin offered plenty of opportunities for adventure to three wide-eyed, red-headed youngsters. (chapter 1)

He was not only a man of God who could wrestle in spiritual battle with angels and spirits of evil, but it was said that there was not a man on his circuit who could show a strength of muscle equal to his. When, in his deep voice, he spoke of punishment for sinners, the little schoolhouse seemed to be filled with the crackling roar of the fires of hell. (chapter 2)

God created all men free and equal,’ he said, ‘and men themselves must come to understand that truth at last! (chapter 2)

Something of sadness filled her young heart, as if she knew that they were a doomed race. The pigeons, like the Indians, were fighting a losing battle with the white man. (chapter 3)

It was always a personal grief to her when a foolish young... (chapter 5)

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