Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13-14 Summary and Analysis

One Monday, Anne learns that Fred has gone to Steel Creek, though no one knows why. His father says he went to see some people there. She receives a letter from Lester Henderson who tells her about the letters he received about her association with Indians and Fred Purdy. He says her personal life is her own and to be diplomatic if she wants to teach in Eagle next year. She also received an invitation from Cathy Winters to spend a few days at the Indian village during Christmas. Anne writes back that she will come if she can arrange transportation.

One of the old timers, Uncle Arthur, comes to tell Anne that Mert is sick and wants to see her. Uncle Arthur is afraid Mert is going to die. Mert wants Anne to write his funeral service. He...

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