A woman from the village who sold mother the white house
A woman from the village who made dinner and cleaned the white house for mother on the first night they arrived
A woman from the village who stole all of the items from the white house before mother and the children arrived the first night.
A woman from the village who watched the children in the white house until mother arrived
In a room behind a door in the living room.
In the kitchen in a cupboard.
In a room behind a door in the kitchen.
In a box under the table in the kitchen.
To tell the trains to stop.
To measure how much coal there is.
To show people where to wait for the train.
To warn the people that the train is coming.
They were naughty little children
Mother told them to because they needed it
They were bored and decided to make it a game
They were poor and needed it
The old woman
The old gentleman
The train conductor
They wanted candy and thought the man would give it to them
They were poor and wanted food that they couldn't afford
Mother was sick and they couldn't afford things the doctor said they needed
Mother asked them to because she wanted money
Wine, two chickens, twelve big roses
Wine, beef, twelve books
Wine, one chicken, and twelve books
Soda, one chicken, and twelve pieces of candy
Three birthday cards with pictures
Two blue glass vases
Three pieces of candy