Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All - Study Guide Book III, pgs. 319-363 Summary & Analysis

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Lucy tells how they purchased a Model T Ford, one of the first to be made. They have eight of their nine children at the time and leave for a tour of the Civil War places. Captain makes Lucy and the kids get out of the car at each of their stops whether they wanted to see the war sites or not. Lucy notices that as they near the places with the most painful memories, the facts of his stories change.

Lucy didn't want to go on the trip. She wants Will to go alone but he is afraid of facing the memories. She finds that he is very patient and good with the children while they traveled. Lucy hopes that revisiting the places with bad memories will help Will to heal. He told her more and more stories, many of...

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