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Mr. Emery writes to Mr. Birch to express his sorrow at Birch's move to Georgia and speaks of the differences between the North and South and the experiences he has had with them.
Mrs. Treat writes to say that her husband fought in the Civil War and then became a school teacher for the colored people. When he heard of the Berry Schools he became interested in helping the white mountain people as well. Although he passed away, Mrs. Treat is still pleased to send her "mite" to help the work.