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Twenty men; now twenty-five. Circling the circling cars. Ninety miles from the nearest O for operator and ninety from the nearest badge." Ruby, Page 13

"There were no whites (moral or malevolent) around to agitate or incense them, make them ugly-up on the oven and defy the adults. In fact, local citizens were prospering, had been on a roll for more than a decade: food dollars for beef, for wheat, gas rights sold, oil fueling purchases and backing speculation." Seneca, Page 102

"The man whose hand was healing from a chopping block mistake would not get to the second clean bandage before a fresh cord was finished and stacked. Having been refused by the world in 1890 on their journey to Oklahoma, Haven residents refused each other nothing, were vigilant to any need or shortage." Seneca, Page 108

"Whatever else, thought Anna, the Convent women had saved the day. Nothing like other folks'...

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