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Drums of Autumn - Part Four, River Run, Chapter Ten, Jocasta, Chapter Eleven, The Law of Bloodshed, Chapter Twelve, The return of John Quincy Myers, Chapter Thirteen, An Examination of Conscience Summary & Analysis

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Part Four, River Run, Chapter Ten, Jocasta, Chapter Eleven, The Law of Bloodshed, Chapter Twelve, The return of John Quincy Myers, Chapter Thirteen, An Examination of Conscience Summary

Cross Creek, North Carolina, June 1767

The Sally Ann and all its passengers arrive at Cross Creek and are welcomed warmly by Jocasta Cameron and her staff. She is the younger sister of Jamie's late mother and is such a striking and strong woman that it takes them all a while to realize that she is blind. After they have eaten and settled, Jocasta invites them to see the turpentine mills that she runs. Turpentine is the major source of the area's wealth and Jocasta acclimates Jamie with all of it quickly...

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