Woods Runner - Study Guide Chapter 18, British Behavior and Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Abner carries the family in the back of his wagon through the dark with Samuel riding in front with him. He tells Samuel they must split up to be safe. He gives him directions to travel west until he reaches a swamp, then to turn southwest and make his way toward Philadelphia. He warns Samuel that there is news of a British defensive line in the area and he may stumble through it. He gives Samuel a compass. Samuel is grateful and thanks Abner repeatedly.

Samuel and his family leave the road toward the swamp before dawn. His father is still weak and cannot move quickly, but Samuel insists they keep moving. He leads the way with Annie following at the rear listening for anything unusual. They reach the swamp and turn to the southwest. Finally they stop and...

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