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Lyddie concentrates on her work as she tries to convince herself that being an indentured servant is not the same thing as being a slave. She is very good at her work, so good that she is able to operate four looms by herself. She writes to her family about her work and how she is helping to pay the family's debt.
One day, Lyddie makes a mistake at work, and a shuttle from one of her looms hits her in the head. She is injured badly enough that she is bleeding, and Diana takes her home and calls for a doctor. When Dr. Craven arrives, Lyddie discovers that he is the man that she has seen Diana with in town.
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