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The Time Travel Journals: Chapter 13

Chapter 13

November 1906

The note was on pale pink paper, with an even, flowing script, and a coat of arms seal on the back. It was addressed to “Miss Casey Wilson” and was delivered to the house on Tuesday of Casey’s second week after leaving Harland and Wolff. 3,900 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Chapter 12

Chapter 12

November 1906

Tom sat at his desk for several minutes after Casey had gone, staring at the door and trying to comprehend what she had said. 2,371 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 11

Chapter 11

November 1906

Arms full of rolled up plans, Casey dashed along the lower catwalk of the gantry, shivering in the November cold. She’d just left Tom and several foremen on the gantry, and now she hurried to get the plans back to Ham so Mr. 3,275 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 10

Chapter 10

September–October 1906

Casey dashed past the Number Seven slip, with a stack of logbooks for the office. She met up with Tom at an intersection. 2,861 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 9

Chapter 9

August 1906–September 1906

Casey had to collect reports and deliver supplies to all the departments at the yard, and it turned out there were a… 3,343 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Chapter 8

Chapter 8

June 1906

At the end of her first week, Casey found a doctor to examine Sam. She paced outside their flat, wondering why it was taking so long. 2,579 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 7

Chapter 7

June 1906–July 1906

If she had not already known where Harland & Wolff Shipyard was located, Casey could have found it by following the noise. 2,531 more words

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