The Good Lord Bird - Part III: Chapters 25 - 26 Summary & Analysis

James McBride
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Chapter 25 is titled, "Annie." Cook wrote to Brown about the Rail Man's request for money. A week later, they received a box from a black man in a wagon from Chambersburg labeled "mining tools" that had tools, supplies, $500 and a letter saying Brown's army would be there within a week. The men would arrive in twos and threes so as not to attract attention. Henry took the money to the Rail Mn at the appointed time.

Two weeks later, Brown arrived at the farm. When he asked Cook if he'd been staying quiet about their plans, Cook told him he had been. The first of the army to arrive were two women: Brown's daughter Annie and daughter-in-law Martha. They were both sixteen years old. Henry was told to work with them to keep the farm in order, and was expected to...

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