News of the World Setting

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Wichita Falls

This town is located near the border of the Indian Territory and is the place where Captain Kidd meets Johanna.

Spanish Fort

Located a mile from the Red River, which is the boundary between Indian Territory and “that which was not Indian Territory” (47), Spanish Fort is also known at Red River Station. Although it is a busy place, whatever fortresses once existed are gone now. The streets are packed with freight wagons and lined with supply stores. When Captain Kidd and Johanna arrive, the smoke-filled streets have turned to red mud from the flooding, and the wind is strong enough to blow people’s hats off their heads. Doris and Simon live near Spanish Fort.

Dallas

The small town of Dallas is even busier than Spanish Fort, and has several blacksmith shops and two-story buildings made of brick and stone. People dress fancier here; the men wear...

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