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"But this time Karl Oskar let Robert off with a strong warning: If he didn't stick to the truth he might get himself and others into great danger. He was now seventeen years old and he must begin to have some sense of responsibility; he must remember that here in this foreign land unknown dangers awaited him." A Ship Unloads Her Cargo, p. 14.

"Most of them were not allowed to ride on any kind of wagon until they were picked up by the corpse cart. And the gentry in Sweden would have preferred to see them walk to the grave as well." Journey With the Steam Wagon, p. 71.

"There were only two kinds of people in North America: those who had lived here long enough to grow rich, and those lately arrived and still poor." Voyage on the Lake Steamer, p. 83.

"A realization which their minds had long resisted...

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