Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5-6 Summary and Analysis

Anne has trouble sleeping the first night. She thinks of the supplies she needs for the schoolhouse and remembers her interview with Lester Henderson in Juneau. Anne decides to write him about the supplies she needs.

Mr. Strong showed her the store in the morning. She purchased some food and cooked breakfast for him. He gave her a key to the store so she could get whatever she needed and said they would settle on a monthly basis. Later that morning while she was working on the schoolroom, Mrs. Purdy comes with her kids Fred and Isabelle. They talk about fixing up the building and Fred doing the work. He returns that afternoon with supplies and begins working; other people drop in with items they think she can use. She and Fred worked all day and then she went...

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