The Memory of Old Jack Setting & Symbolism

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Port William

Port William is the small Kentucky town where Jack has lived all of his life.

The Beechum Farm

The Beechum Farm is the farm Jack inherited from his father and represents his life's work. He is saddened that his daughter does not want to take care of it, but passes it on to Elton.

Farrier Place

The Farrier place is a plot of land that adjoins the Beechum farm that Jack buys when he is planning on expanding his property. He has to sell it at a loss, however, when he is unable to keep it up.

Louisville

Louisville is the city Clara moves to with her husband, Glad.

Jasper's Shop

Jasper's grocery store is a kind of social center for the town.

Hargrave

Hargrave is another Kentucky town which is in the center of the county Port William. It is somewhat larger than Port William...

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