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Jacob's Ladder: A Story of Virginia During the War Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part IV: Chapters Fifty-Nine through Seventy Summary

Donald McCaig
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Part IV: Chapters Fifty-Nine through Seventy Summary

In chapter sixty, Duncan is at home at Stratford Plantation. Leona has died and his grandmother continues her constant prayer. Sallie is at the plantation as well and she and Abigail are becoming fast friends. Sallie and Duncan visit the old home place and there Sallie agrees to marry Duncan. Jack the Driver remains at the plantation as well and there's a plan on Christmas morning to distribute gifts to those who remain. Two days later, Duncan and Sallie return to Richmond. In chapter sixty-one, "A Letter from Silas Omohundru to Marguerite Omohundru," Silas says that he has volunteered for the Confederate Army. He describes the deplorable conditions, says that he's very hungry and works hard, and promises to become a better father and husband when he returns. He warns Marguerite to think about where she will...

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