The Royal Ranger - Chapters 1 - 11 Summary & Analysis

John A. Flanagan
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Chapter 1

There had been a poor harvest in Scanlon Estate. The farmers, laborers, and fruit pickers weren’t doing well. The next harvest was three months away. There wasn’t enough food for everyone. Squire Dennis of Scanlon was a wise, kindhearted man. He knew that if there wasn’t enough food, his workers would leave the estate. Then, he would be shorthanded for the next harvest. So, he saw to it that his workers had enough to eat by paying for their food from his personal wealth. By doing this, he was sure he would earn the loyalty of his workers.

The food for the workers was set up in the kitchen in the parkland in front of the house. The food was cooked inside the manor and brought out to this temporary kitchen. Out of pride, those workers who could contribute...

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