When a group of new male miners comes to Coal Valley, many of the town's women get caught up in the idea of the single men. One of the new miners begins courting Elizabeth and Jack seems to have concerns that resemble jealousy.
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The poem that Billy recites to Elizabeth in the forest is "A Red, Red Rose" by Robert Burns. See more
Elizabeth's poor pencil grasp would never have been taught or permitted in the early 20th century, especially of an educated person. It gives away the lax attitude around teaching a proper pincer grasp that has been evident in education since the mid eighties. See more