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To celebrate the Fourth of July meant something definite in those days.
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The most truly generous persons are those who give silently without hope of praise or reward.

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Carol Ryrie Brink Quotes: How far ive come im the same girl and
How far I've come! I'm the same girl and yet not the same. I wonder if it's always like that? Folks keep growing from one person into another all their lives, and life is just a lot of everyday adventures. Well, whatever life is, I like it.

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It's a strange thing, but somehow we expect more of girls than of boys. It is the sisters and wives and mothers, you know, Caddie, who keep the world sweet and beautiful. What a rough world it would be if there were only men and boys in it, doing things in their rough way! A woman's task is to teach them gentleness and courtesy and love and kindness. It's a big task, too, Caddie
harder than cutting trees or building mills or damming rivers. It takes nerve and courage and patience, but good women have those things. They have them just as much as the men who build bridges and carve roads through the wilderness. A woman's work is something fine and noble to grow up to, and it is just as important as a man's.

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If at first you don't fricassee, Fry, fry a hen!

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Life is just a lot of everyday adventures.

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Carol Ryrie Brink Quotes: The three adventurers were overcome by
The three adventurers were overcome by that delicious weariness which suddenly overtakes one at the end of an outdoor day.

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No," said Father. "Just do the best you can and don't let it worry you. In that way you'll have a clear conscience and a tranquil heart.

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No, that is not what I want for you, my little girl. I want you to be a woman with a wise and understanding heart, healthy in body and honest in mind.

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To celebrate the Fourth of July meant something definite in those days.

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It was a hard struggle, but what I have in life I have earned with my own hands. I have done well, and I have an honest man's honest pride. I want no lands and honors which I have not won by my own good sense and industry.

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In those days the worst vice in England was pride, I guess-the worst vice of all, because folks thought it was a virtue.

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Pioneer children were always having mishaps, but they were expected to know how to use their heads in emergencies.

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Carol Ryrie Brink Quotes: Savages were savages but what could one
Savages were savages, but what could one expect of civilized men who plotted massacre?

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Whatever happens I want you to think of yourselves as young Americans, and I want you to be proud of that. It is difficult to tell you about England, because there all men are not free to pursue their own lives in their own ways. Some men live like princes, while other men must beg for the very crusts that keep them alive.

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Casting wistful glances at the Woodlawns' house Now

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Riding around on Minnie's shoulder But

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Carol Ryrie Brink Quotes: I mean if a mans really master of his
I mean, if a man's really master of his house, he doesna need to tell folks so.

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Although they might never be rich or famous in America, they would have the satisfaction of knowing that what they had they had made for themselves.

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