Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 17-18 Summary & Analysis

Bobby Specht
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Chapter 17-18 Summary and Analysis

Anne has to talk to Joe Temple about keeping the kids because they are his kids. They keep Ethel in the classroom during the school day and the kids are good to her. She quickly learned English words. When one of the Vaughn girls tells Chuck that he and Ethel will be sent to the Indian village on the next pack train, he thinks Anne lied to him. She has to explain that she has to talk to his father.

That night she goes to Joe Temple's house. She asks for the kids and he says okay but it's going to upset people. Anne finds Joe doesn't like Alaska but stays because he can't afford to leave because of his investments there. He tells her that Fred Purdy understands the prejudice and did the right thing by leaving. She...

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