Item No: clrc000195
Title: Unwin - Carolina's Courage - Pages 8-9
Additional Title: Carolina's Courage
graphite, ink on paper (est.)
Carolina lived with her mother and father and older brother Mark on a small New Hampshire farm in the middle years of the nineteenth century. The rounded hills that sloped gently up to the sky had been familiar to her for as long as she had been aware of her world, as had the road that wound valley-ward to the village.
In the village there was a white church with a slender spire, and to it the Putnam family went every Sunday morning. There were also a store where Carolina's father traded once a week, and a school that the Putnam children attended. But Carolina had begun to wonder how much longer she and Mark would be going to that school.
For months and months past, all during that long cold winter, her father had talked about leaving their high farm with its thin, stony soil and going west where good land could be had for the claiming and where the weather worked with a man
Nora S. Unwin
8/8 S.D. p 6 sales dummy page 6 (Book page 8) sales dummy page 7 (book page 9)
Children's Literature Research Collection
Gift of Nora S. Unwin, 1969
Elizabeth Yates. Carolina's Courage. (New York: Dutton, 1964).
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Unwin, Nora, 1907-1982 - Artist
Yates, Elizabeth, 1905-2001 - Author