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The Story of the Trapp Family Singers - Part Two: Chapter XVI, Trapp Family Music Camp Summary & Analysis

Maria von Trapp
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Part Two: Chapter XVI, Trapp Family Music Camp Summary and Analysis

The family takes a short break to return home for Christmas. Again all pick up hammers. They lay floors and set up wall partitions. Mr. R. comes by and tells Maria that the CCC camp will be torn down. The thought of the camp being torn down nags at Maria, because it was the "very camp in which we had sung for the soldiers that first summer in Stowe". At dinner, she comments to a family friend, Uncle Craig, about what a crime it is to tear down the camp. He tells her that the State Forester in charge of the camp is coming the next day and will he introduce her to him. The next day, Uncle Craig brings Mr. Perry Merrill along. At dinner, Mr...

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