The Smiths settle in Lebanon, New Hampshire. The older children start school. Typhoid fever epidemic rages, and all the Smith children contract the disease. Sophronia's ninety-day siege, near death, and miraculous recovery.
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Two stories with sharply contrasting roles for women and the military captured my attention for this week's reviews. No Peace with the Dawn by E.B. Wheeler and Jeffery Bateman takes place during World War I and the second Breach of Trust by Kathi Oram Peterson is set in today's modern world.
Joseph Smith, Sr. ventures into the ginseng business, hoping to make a handsome profit. He is swindled by a dishonest businessman and is forced to sell their farm in Tunbridge.
Braden Bell has taken a step beyond fantasy to serious questions concerning human agency coached in the story of a young girl discovering who she is. He explores the concept of absolute power to control thoughts and actions from both the side of the controller and the ones being controlled. Does the ability to make choices matter?
A wedding present of one thousand dollars from Stephen Mack and John Mudget to Lucy. Six years on the farm at Tunbridge, Vermont. Two children, Alvin and Hyrum, added to the Smith family. Move to Randolph, Vermont.