Jubilee - Chapters 41 through 49 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 41 through 49 Summary

In Chapter Forty-one, nine months have passed since the war ended when Innis and Vyry set out. There is heavy reconstruction in the South and many thousands of blacks looking to make a new life, just like Innis and Vyry. Minna and Jim are soon bored with the traveling and Vyry and Innis entertain them by singing so that the children soon know choruses and join in. They learn that the Freedman's Bureau in Montgomery is helping families get settled but know that their rickety wagon won't make it that far. They find some rich bottom land in Henry County. Innis marks off the boundaries for a house, then begins felling logs. Vyry and the children help and make mud to chink the logs. The first time they build a fire inside, there's smoke but they are filled with happiness at...

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