The Warmth of Other Suns - Part Three: Pages 180 - 224 Summary & Analysis

Isabel Wilkerson
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Ida Mae and the children rode to the train station in her brother-in-law’s truck. Miss Theenie didn’t want them to go but prayed for their safety. Ida Mae was on edge. She had never lived any place other than Mississippi. She hated leaving her mother and her sister and friends. She felt comfort knowing that her sister Irene would be there in Milwaukee to greet them. She had other relatives and friends in nearby communities. Ida and the children boarded the train and sat in the Jim Crow car, heading for a new life.

George Starling had to get out of Lake County before the grove owners got to him. George was traveling light. On April 14, 1945, Roscoe Colton drove George to the train station where he climbed into the train heading for New York.

Pershing Foster pulled away from...

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