Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All - Book V, pgs. 633-645 Summary & Analysis

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Book V, pgs. 633-645 Summary

Lucy decides to leave. She figures Cassie could sit with the kids until Will decides what to do with them. When she reads of a mother killing her husband and five children and thought that the woman's actions made sense, she feels it was time to leave. Will is out of town at a convention.

Lucy walks to the depot in the middle of the night. At the train station, she decides she will go to St. Petersburg, Florida. It is one and one half hours before the train would depart. She talks to a woman who asks if she has a husband and children and is running away. The woman tells her not to do it and tells Lucy her story.

The woman had a husband and three children in Baltimore when she ran away with a salesman. She became...

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