¨ She had discussed this situation with May, and she knew exactly what her answer would be. In a cool, dignified manner she told the men that she did not have enough money to pay the bail. She would have to go to prison¨ (Jurmain, 62).
No, he told the messenger. He would not pay the bail. But sir, babbled the messenger, do you mean her to be put in jail? Most certainly¨ (Jurmain, 63).
Signpost- Numbers and Stats
¨ Early in thye morning of August 22, Pardon Crandall drove his daughter and eight of her students to the Brooklyn courthouse¨ (Jurmain, 72).
Mindset-Persists in Obstacles
Although almost everyone in town was against Prudence, she still kept fighting for her school and pupils.
To be the bigger women, Prudence delightfully went to jail not only because she did not have the money but because she knew that it would get a lot of attention.
Summary-Headline and If Then
School teacher on trial!
The author used this number to show what day this event took place.
What can you infer about Andrew Judson and Prudence´s relationship down the road?
Praying to keep her school open, Prudence sit on trail for giving black girls a chance at a good education.
Theme: Everyone is created equal and deserves the same treatment. Topics: Perseverance, Integrity, and Determination
If Prudence is found guilty, then she will have to close her school and stop spreading good education to all people.