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Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book III, pgs. 510 - 546 Summary

Allan Gurganus
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Book III, pgs. 510 - 546 Summary

As Ned approaches his twelfth birthday, Will wants to take him on his first hunting trip. Lucy is against it even though Ned wanted to go.

Lucy's kids like to visit at Cassie's and play with her kids. Cassie has a mink farm and the kids like to feed the minks. Cassie has been using the pelts to make herself a mink coat. The kids prefer to visit Cassie to visiting their own grandmother.

In A Minstrel Show for Good, Lucy begins to teach Sunday School. She takes the assignment very seriously. She had hated Sunday School as a child. Lucy makes dolls to tell the story and plays it out for her own children. They like it and help her with the stage and props. Her shows are a big hit.

Cap has invested their money in Louisiana oil. At...

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