The Winthrop Woman - Chapter Fourteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fourteen Summary

On their trip from Watertown, Toby Feake stops in Plymouth for supplies and to find some coats to buy for Bess to trade with the Indians. He stays out all night and tricks Bess into thinking that Governor Bradford wants to jail her, but the constable turns out to be Will Hallet, who comforts and soothes her. They realize they are in love, but Will is returning to England to see his mother and make some money.

On the journey, Telaka saves the group from Indians by speaking with them and telling them who she is. They finally reach Telaka's homeland, as she had predicted earlier. Her mother and relatives are happy to see her. Daniel Patrick runs out to greet them, and sheds tears of joy when he learns they will be staying.

Bess enjoys bathing in the ocean and...

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