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Riding Freedom - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Hayward stayed for a month. Charlotte invited him to stay on as a stock tender. However, Hayward had to finish some work in Missouri and help his parents move. He asked Charlotte to come with him. He said it would take him a year, but Charlotte could get someone to take care of her place until Ebeneezer got there. Charlotte said she could not leave now because she had worked so hard to buy her own place. Plus, she said she had registered to vote. Hayward was shocked and said it was against the law. Charlotte said she knew who to vote for and that women deserved the right to vote. Hayward asked her what she expected to prove since people did not know she was a woman. She said she wanted to prove she was a member of the country, too. She figured...

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