The Good Lord Bird - Part II: Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

James McBride
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Part II is titled "Slave Deeds (Missouri)."

Chapter 10 is titled "A Real Gunslinger." The remaining Brown sons buried Fred and argued over what happened. They plucked some of the Good Lord Bird's feathers and distributed them amongst themselves. They decided to split up and Owen was reluctantly tasked with taking Henry with him. Owen was afraid that having "Onion" along would delay him on his way, so Bob offered to care for "her," and the three of them prepared to set off together. First though, Owen wanted to salvage what he could from his ruined homestead in Osawatomie. He instructed Bob and Henry to wait for him where they were. Owen and his brothers rode off.

Henry and Bob watched the riders depart from the top of the hill, but also saw them disappear before they reached the river. Bob decided...

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