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lesson 4 ws - the farmers wife and daughters, with all...

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Quote: What do you see? Draw what you see. “I hoisted the sail of my boat to carry the farmer’s wife and daughters, with all their trunks, to an old uncle’s house on Staten Island.” “The king’s army had come from across the sea and on the hillside meadows had pitched its tents by the thousands.” “But the men marching past us didn’t look so sure. Many seemed frightened. Some were barefoot. Some looked hungry and sick. Their flags drooped.” “I snatched my jug of buttermilk out of the wagon and poured it into the canteen. The boy took a long drink.”
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Unformatted text preview: the farmers wife and daughters, with all their trunks, to an old uncles house on Staten Island. Quote: What do you see? Draw what you see. She led the horses to drink at the river. Angry clouds began to roll out across the sky with lightning flashing in the darkness beneath. Stars came out and the moon shone over hills the girl had never seen be-fore. Quote: What do you see? Draw what you see. I hoisted the sail of my boat to carry the farmers wife and daughters, with all their trunks, to an old uncles house on Staten Island. Once again the girl rode beside the spotted stallion....
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