Mr. Standish buys the building that the Blind school has been housed in and wants to turn it into a hotel. He gives the blind school 30 days to move. Adam and Mary send a letter to Charles telling them to alert them if they hear of an available place. Rev. Alden tells Charles that when he died, Lars Hansen left the deed to a big house in his care. It's too big to sell to one family so he hasn't been able to unload it, but it's perfectly big enough for a blind school. The church votes to clean it up and get it ready for the blind school to take it over. The Winoka school is joining with another school run by Mrs. Hester Sue Terhune. When she finds out that a Mrs. Terhune is coming with the Winoka blind school, mistaking her for another lady she once knew by the name of Terhune, Harriet makes the decision to join the blind school on their journey back to Walnut Grove. She also decides to buy herself a new bedroom suit and donates her old (perfectly good one) to Mrs. Terhune's bedroom at...
Did You Know?
Last appearance of David Hooks as blind school principal Mr Ames. He would return, in a different role, in the final season, two-part episode "The Wild Child". See more
When Charles and Joe are going to Winoka you can see the wagon tracks from previous takes when the drive up and out of the river. See more
Oh for heaven's sake, don't you know your Bible? It explicitly says: "Look not upon me because I am black."
That's from the Song of Solomon, Harriet. It's supposed to be a love song, not hate propaganda. And the quotation goes on to say "I am black because the sun hath darkened me." And it also says "I am black, but beautiful."
And that only goes to prove that even the Devil can quote the scriptures.
Mother says that colored people are that way because they bare the mark of Cain and so ...