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Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place - Study Guide Chapters 25-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25, "Meadowlarks; lake level: 4211.00'," begins with Williams standing next to the Escalante River shortly after a thunderstorm. For the first time in months Williams feels clarity. Williams speaks of a panel of petroglyphs depicting three members of the Anasazi tribe. There are three figures—a woman, a warrior, and a woman with child. Williams comments that even though they lived and died a part of their spirit remains.

Williams' visit to the Anasazi State Park is part of a high school excursion, of which Williams is one of the instructors. During the presentation by the chief ranger, Williams receives a message that she should call home right away. Diane has another blockage and is scheduled for surgery the next morning. Williams calls everyone she can think of and finally manages to get a ride arranged by one of the rangers.

Diane...

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