Charley Skedaddle - Chapters 9 through 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9 through 12 Summary

In Chapter Nine, Charley remains in hiding the following morning until flames become very near and he's forced out of the thicket. He finds that the Confederate camp is gone and there are only a few soldiers left behind to bury the dead. Charley knows that he has to head west but can't determine which direction that is. He remembers a lesson from a botany class in school and looks for moss growing on trees. He's certain the moss is growing on the north side of the trees and heads west based on that information. Charley stops and rummages through a dead soldier's pack and finds hardtack, which is something like a biscuit. He puts it in his pocket and begins walking. He fills his water canteen from that of another dead soldier. Charley continues walking, running from a soldier who...

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