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Riding Freedom - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Word of how Charlotte had saved her passengers spread. She became a celebrity. People tossed coins into the street to see if she could hit them with the stage wheels. Men gathered to watch her go by. Children gathered the coins and brought them to her.

Charlotted moved to a new route from San Juan Bautista to Santa Cruz. The country there was beautiful. The only bad thing was that the way stations were in bad shape.

One day when Charlotte was riding toward the post office to mail a letter, she saw a for sale sign standing in a pasture. The land also had a cabin and some corrals. When she rode up, an old woman named Margaret came out and said the owners did not live there anymore. She told Charlotte about the land and said she was the closest neighbor. However...

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