Follow the River - Chapters 23, 24, 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

James Alexander Thom
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Chapters 23, 24, 25 and 26 Summary

Mary is again annoyed by the sounds of the bell and yells at Ghetel that she should have thrown the bell in the river rather than the tomahawk. They come to yet another river in their way and both women begin crying until Mary finally strikes Ghetel. When Ghetel asks why, Mary says it's because God is out of her reach. Mary is on the verge of giving up and considers that Will might come along this river some day and find her bleached out bones, recognizable only by her wedding ring. Then she recognizes a landmark that the captives passed on their way into Indian country. She recalls that they saw that particular site on the fifth day on the trail, meaning Mary and Ghetel will likely be able to make the remaining distance to Draper's Meadow in a week...

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