Unformatted text preview: new stitches perhaps, decorative handwork or new clothes. night bucket the slop jar or portable night toilet. normal school a teacher's college. North Star Frederick Douglass's abolitionist newspaper, published in Rochester, New York from 1847 to 1863. Oberlin a coeducational liberal arts college in Oberlin, Ohio, which in 1835 became the first in the nation to integrate. Oklahoma the destination of 14,000 Cherokee, who in 1838, following the discovery of gold on their lands, were forced to resettle on reservations after a long march named the Trail of Tears. Over 4,000 Cherokee died along the way. pass her air to burp. paterollers patrollers or slave-catchers. people who die bad don't stay in the ground a belief that victims of murder or wrongful death wander the earth as ghosts....
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