Follow the River Setting & Symbolism

James Alexander Thom
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Draper's Meadow

Draper's Meadow was home to Mary and William Ingles and their families. Mary's maiden name was Draper and the meadow was apparently named for her family. Mary's mother, Eleanor, and her brother, Johnny, also lived in the meadow.

New River

New River is the river that Mary and the Indians followed after Mary was kidnapped, and the river Mary and Ghetel followed in order to return to Draper's Meadow.

Drunkard's Bottom

Drunkard's Bottom was a fort of sorts where the people of Draper's Meadow go after the Indian attack.

Fort Duquesne

Fort Duquesne was where Ghetel was taken captive.

Kispoko Town

Kispoko Town was where Wildcat lived and where he invited Mary to live with him.

Philadelphia

Philadelphia was where Mary lived as a little girl. She recalls feeding a starving dog blood pudding from her mother's cupboard.

Vass's Fort

A stronghold some seven leagues from...

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