Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Bobby Specht
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Chapter 24 Summary and Analysis

Maggie made dinner for Anne and the kids for the first weeks after their return. Mr. Carew left for Dawson. Fred returned after eight days. He had transferred Jennie to a faster sled at Forty Mile and Percy de Wolfe took her to Dawson. They had telegraphed the authorities in Dawson who responded that they had doctor waiting at the hospital. Three weeks later they receive a telegram from Mr. Carew. The doctors had to amputate Jennie's foot but she would be fine. The people in Chicken became more tolerant of Anne, Chuck and Ethel.

One day Maggie asks Anne if she has secured lodging in Eagle and she says no, she doesn't know if she will be teaching there. She tells Maggie that she wants a cabin big enough for Chuck and Ethel to have their own rooms. In mid-April...

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