Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3-4 Summary and Analysis

Mrs. Prentiss gives Anne more suitable clothing for the rest of her journey to Chicken. Since she was feeling better, she paid more attention to the scenery. She saw a variety of wild animals and when they stopped at an Indian village, she was shocked at the living conditions. A woman named Cathy Winters helps Anne dismount and leads her into the house to rest. Cathy introduces her to a boy named Chuck, who will be traveling with them. Cathy is the school teacher at the Indian village.

Cathy introduces her to the village people and shows her around the village. She asks Anne to look after Chuck as the pack train leaves. Chuck refers to Anne as tisha. After the second time he fell off the mule, he rode with Anne on Blossom. At the rest stop, Anne...

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