Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Bobby Specht
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Chapter 10 Summary and Analysis

Nancy changed and began doing the chores. They talked again after a few days and the girl was more open and grateful. She tried harder with her school work and made an effort to get along with the other students. Since Nancy was good with math, she helped the other students. Anne also had her watch out for Chuck.

Anne learned to ski and Fred gave her some lessons in ski-joring. She and Fred are becoming more attracted to one another. Anne doesn't know how to encourage Fred and feels he would act differently if he wasn't a half-breed. He will be leaving soon for trapping and promises to take her on a snow picnic when he returns. Fred hates trapping and only does it to help his family. He kisses her and then apologizes and says he shouldn't have done...

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