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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 20

Chapter 20

April 1907

Tom played on the North Down Cricket Team, and he invited Casey and Sam to the game in Belfast on a Saturday afternoon in late April. 1,727 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 19

Chapter 19

March 1907

I was right about the look on his face, Casey thought, hardly able to breathe as Tom gazed at her in the green dress when he first arrived to pick them up. 2,350 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 18

Chapter 18

March 1907

During her lunch break, Casey went outside to escape the heat of working in the tropical section of the glass Palm House. 2,920 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 17

February–March 1907

Sam noted with some amusement that Casey had not yet answered his good morning, or his twice-repeated question of how her evening had gone. 3,864 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 16

Chapter 16

February 1907

One would think that being told the date and manner of one’s death would be frightening and depressing, especially if the date were just a few years away. 4,839 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 15

Chapter 15

February 1907

“Manager’s meeting scheduled for 9:00 a.m.,” Ham informed Tom first thing on a bright day in early February. “Lord Pirrie wants to see you at 8:45 sharp. 6,185 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Chapter 14

Chapter 14

December 1906

The people of Belfast were justifiably proud of the Palm House. Casey loved it even in the twenty-first century, but as she stood outside it in 1906, she realized it was really remarkable. 3,012 more words

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