The March: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Fieldstone

Fieldstone is the Georgia plantation of John and Mattie Jameson where Pearl and others work as slaves until the Civil War freesthem.

Milledgeville Penitentiary

Milledgeville Penitentiary is the prison from which Arly and Will are freed in exchange for joining the Confederate Army.

Lt. Clarke's Letter

When she finds Lt. Clarke's dead body, Pearl removes a letter from his hand and pledges to deliver it to his family in New York City.

Gold Coins

Before leaving Fieldstone, Pearl receives two gold coins from a fellow slave; she later uses one to purchase a donkey and the other to help her former owners return home and start a new life.

Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is a city on the Georgia coast where several of the freed slaves get their first glimpse of life off the plantation.

Josiah Culp's Camera

Photography is a new phenomenon at the time of the...

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