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Let the Circle Be Unbroken Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

The Logans reach Shokesville early the next morning. They wait for the sheriff's office to open, and when it does; they go in and tell the sheriff who they are. The sheriff orders a deputy to bring up "the boy that's feeling some better." While they wait, the sheriff tells them that the two boys he is holding are cleared of any crime. Two other boys were found out west with the stolen money out west.

He also tells them that the boys have both been very sick, and "an old colored woman" has been taking care of them every day, Aunt Mattie Jones. The sheriff admits that he is letting them go because he disagrees with the way the landowners treat the cane field workers. They bring one of the boys up. It is Stacey. Moe is with him, but he is too sick to walk...

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