Rabbit-proof Fence - Chapter 7: The Moore River Native Settlement, 1931 Summary & Analysis

Doris Pilkington Garimara
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Chapter 7: The Moore River Native Settlement, 1931 Summary and Analysis

After they arrived at the school, they were led by an attendant named Miss Evans to a dormitory where they were told they could choose any bed they liked. The lavatory consisted only of buckets that they would have to empty. Molly noticed that the windows had bars on them and that all the doors were locked with chains and padlocks. The three girls were so scared and cold that they huddled together in one bed. The next morning, they met the other girls. Martha Jones, a friendly girl who looked to be about fifteen, offered to show them around. All three girls immediately took to Martha.

At breakfast, boys from their dormitory joined the girls in the dining room. Another girl, Polly Martin, joined them for a walk around the...

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