She had to quit her job teaching.
Her father worked away from home.
She was mostly alone in a strage place.
All of the answer choices.
He was treated badly by the plantation overseer.
He was treated badly by his mother.
He was treated badly by his cousin.
He was treated badly by the other workers.
She is protective of him.
She is jealous of him.
She is annoyed by him.
She thinks he is babyish.
She had chronic tonsillitis.
She had typhoid fever.
She had a broken leg.
She was the youngest child.
It was dangerous for her to react to whites.
Her grandmother liked Franklin.
Her grandmother didn't want Rosa's mother to know.
She was upset that Rosa didn't throw the brick.
Returning soldiers thought they should have equal rights.
Whites thought that blacks had a good attitude.
Whites thought that blacks should have equal rights.
Returning soldiers didn't want equal rights.
Cousin Ida wanted to adopt Rosa, and her mother didn't want that.
Cousin Ida didn't have enough room for the whole family.
Cousin Ida couldn't be trusted with their money.
Cousin Ida didn't have a doctor close enough to her house.
She would not have had to drop out of school.
She would have spent more time with her father.
She would not have had to take care of her brother.
She would not have experienced as much segregation.
That she was a person with self-respect and dignity.
That she should set her sights lower because she was black.
That she was very good at rug weaving.
That she should not be ambitious or do what she wanted.
Cleaning people's houses
Worked in a factory making shoes
Worked at a zoo taking care of the animals
Drove a taxi cab