These Is My Words - Study Guide March 9, 1888, through June 30, 1901 Summary & Analysis

Nancy E. Turner
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On March 9, 1888, Sarah writes to thank God for the birth of a healthy son, Gilbert. She says that Blue Horse chanted on the porch during her labor. On March 12, a man arrives with a box of puppies that look just like Toobuddy and Sarah begins looking for good homes. On March 22, Sarah has given away three of the puppies and plans to keep one named Rusty at the ranch. Sarah donates a box of books to the newly-established college and there's a newspaper article about the donation from the "extensive library of Captain and Mrs. J.E. Elliot." Sarah calls it "a hoot." On April 6, Toobuddy is run over in town as the children are headed to school, and the boys responsible laugh at the children's tears. On April 7, the boys are not at school and on April 9 there's a newspaper article saying...

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