3 edition of Freedom and guided freedom found in the catalog.
Freedom and guided freedom
|Series||Publication no. 45 of the Research Institute of the Lutheran Church of Finland,, Publication ... of the Research Institute of the Lutheran Church in Finland ;, no. 45.|
|LC Classifications||BV4511 .R84 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||97100002|
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The drivers, the master's hunting guide, and even her friend, Young Jack, whose own attempt to run away was unsuccessful, give Clara the information she needs to sew her freedom quilt. The work takes a long time; months can go by while Clara waits for a scrap of cloth in the right color: blue for creeks and rivers, green for fields, white for roads.
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