Witch Child - Settlement, pages 137-153 Summary & Analysis

Celia Rees
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Settlement, pages 137-153 Summary

In August 1659, not all is joy as one of Martha's sisters is dead while the other is married to one of the chief men in town and expects Martha and Mary to be her servants. Instead, Martha and Mary will go in with Jonah and Tobias for equal shares. John Rivers' brothers moved on, and Mary is glad when Sarah dissuades him from following because Rebekah is the only true friend she has ever had. The Rivers build a house next door. The next month, Mary notes that the Sabbath is strictly kept, though there is much work to do, and Sundays are spent in the meeting hall; those who do not attend will be expelled from the community. Mary is fascinated by the wolf heads nailed outside the hall to serve as a warning of the dangers in...

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