What Happened to Inger Johanne, as Told by Herself

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WHAT HAPPENED

TO

INGER JOHANNE

Mina and I hauled her up by the arms into the boat.—Page 22. Mina and I hauled her up by the arms into the boat.—Page 22.

WHAT HAPPENED

TO

INGER JOHANNE

AS TOLD BY HERSELF

Translated from the Norwegian of

DIKKEN ZWILGMEYER

by EMILIE POULSSON

ILLUSTRATED by

FLORENCE LILEY YOUNG

BOSTON

LOTHROP, LEE & SHEPARD CO.

Published, October, 1919

Copyright, 1919,
By Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co.

All Rights Reserved

What Happened to Inger Johanne

Norwood Press

BERWICK & SMITH CO.

Norwood, Mass.
U. S. A.


CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE

I, Inger Johanne 11

I. Ourselves, Our Town, and Other Things 13

II. An Interrupted Celebration 31

III. My First Journey Alone 41

IV. What Happened One St. John’s Day 59

V. Left Behind 70

VI. In the Meal Chest 86

VII. Pets: Particularly Carola-Carolus 93

VIII. Christmas Mumming 113

IX. Mother Brita’s Grandchild 123

X. The Mason’s Little Pigs 143

XI. Locked In 156

XII. At Goodfields 170

XIII. Oleana’s Clock 179

XIV. A Trip to Goodfields Saeter 186

XV. Lost in the Forest 204

XVI. Traveling with a Billy-Goat 223

XVII. In School 239

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