After Daniel unwittingly wins the services of two indentured servants for three years, Rebecca moves them into the cabin. Finding this intolerable, Daniel tries to find husbands for the young women.
Did You Know?
Kathleen O'Hannrahan recites, "Needles and pins, needles and pins, when a man marries, his trouble begins". This is a paraphrasing of an English nursery rhyme, which wasn't first published until 1842, approximately fifty years after this story, in Nursery Rhymes of England by James Halliwell-Phillipps. See more