Story Part 4

Story Part 4

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  • Thank you so much ma'am.
  • The name is Tarbell, Ida Tarbell. And it was nothing, child labor is wrong.
  • Um, Ms. Tarbell, would you mind telling me what year it is? And the city?
  • Amanda pinches Bethany.
  • Well, now we know that you aren't dreaming.
  • How is that possible? Are you sure we aren't dreaming?
  • Ow. What was that for?
  • Well that's a weird question. But it is the summer of 1894 in New York City.
  • *She did just help us.*
  • *Are you sure, she's a stranger.*
  • Sure, thank you Ms. Tarbell
  • Now, children, would you like to tell me your story in my home. I don't mean any harm.
  • At Ida Tarbell's home...
  • Make yourself at home please. I know this place is small though. Please tell me your story.
  • Well it started in the library after I found this book...
  • After the story...
  • Yes Ma'am.
  • Oh my. Are you saying you got sucked into that book, and the only way you can get home is by finding the truth about Mr. Rockefeller.
  • Well, I'm sure I can help you. I am currently gathering information on Rockefeller and Standard Oil.
  • That would be great! I could write it down.
  • How can we get information on Rockefeller, I'm sure he wouldn't just tell us his secrets.
  • Perhaps not, but I can still tell you some information I learned of Standard Oil.
  • And asking him directly may not be a bad idea.
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