The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics - Part 1: What Seasons They Have Been Through, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Daniel James Brown
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In 1924, Thula went into labor with her third child. Harry set off to fetch the doctor eighteen-miles away. A storm and broken bridge kept Harry and the doctor from returning for almost the entire night. It was the last straw for Thula. After making it through the delivery of her first daughter, she packed up the family and demanded to move in with her parents in Seattle. Eventually, Harry found work in Sequim and built an apartment for his family over an auto repair shop where he would spend the evenings tinkering with old cars with Joe. He began work on an expansive farmhouse for the family near the river. Over the next few years, Harry and Joe worked tirelessly on the house and moved the family in when it was only half complete. While Joe was...

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