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  • Books-Children
    • Disappearance Of The 6th Grade
      • One of the six books that Suzy packs in her suitcase that were stolen from her public library.
    • The Francine Odysseys
      • One of the six books that Suzy packs in her suitcase that were stolen from her public library.
    • The Girl From Jupiter
      • One of the six books that Suzy packs in her suitcase that were stolen from her public library.
    • The Light Of Seven Matchsticks
      • One of the six books that Suzy packs in her suitcase that were stolen from her public library.
    • The Return Of Auntie Lorraine
      • One of the six books that Suzy packs in her suitcase that were stolen from her public library.
    • Shelly And The Secret Universe
      • One of the six books that Suzy packs in her suitcase that were stolen from her public library.
  • Books-Instructional
    • Coping With The Very Troubled Child
      • Book by Dr. Romulus Trilling, M.D. that Suzy shows Sam.
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Broken Rock
      • Rock on St. Jack Wood Island.
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • St. Jack's Church
      • For the Summer Pageant 1964, St. Jack's Church presents Benjamin Britten's Noye's Fludde, performed by The Choristers of St. Jack Wood and New Penzance.
  • Cities and Towns
    • Chesterfield
      • No description available
    • Fort Stockhausen
      • Town on St. Jack Wood Island.
    • St. Jack Township
      • Town on St. Jack Wood Island, a small but prosperous community.
    • Treasured Indian Grip
      • Natural area on St. Jack Wood Island.
  • Communities
    • Chickchaw
      • Native American tribe that used to reside on New Penzance Island.
  • Dates
    • June 5, 1964
      • Date of Sam Shakusky's profile photo in his Khaki Scouts of North America Scout Registration Information card.
    • August 28, 1965
      • Date stamp on letter from Sam Shakusky at the Billingsley Boys' Home to Suzy Bishop at Summer's End on New Penzance Island.
    • September 2, 1965
      • Suzy Bishop receives a letter from Sam Shakusky at the Billingsley Boys' Home. Three days before the ferocious and well-documented storm that will strike from the east of Black Beacon Sound.
    • September 3, 1965
      • Sam Shakusky escapes from Camp Ivanhoe while Suzy Bishop runs away from Summer's End. The pair meet at their rendezvous, hike, camp, and fish in the wilderness. The Khaki Scouts discover Sam is missing. Scout Master Ward organizes a search party.
    • September 4, 1965
      • Suzy's parents, Scout Master Ward, the Scouts from Camp Ivanhoe, and Island Police Captain Duffy Sharp track down Sam and Suzy in their tent.
    • September 5, 1965
      • Fort Lebanon Regional Hullabaloo Summer '65. A ferocious and well-documented storm strikes from the east of Black Beacon Sound.
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Fort Lebanon Regional Hullabaloo Summer '65
      • Annual scouting event on St. Jack Wood Island.
    • Summer Pageant 1964
      • For the Summer Pageant 1964, St. Jack's Church presents Benjamin Britten's Noye's Fludde, performed by The Choristers of St. Jack Wood and New Penzance.
  • Islands
    • Belgian Hours
      • Small island off the east coast of New Penzance Island.
    • New Penzance Island
      • Home of the Bishop family residence, known as Summer's End.
    • St. Jack Wood Island
      • Island to the southeast of New Penzance Island.
  • Magazines
    • Indian Corn
      • Official magazine of the Khaki Scouts.
  • Natural Areas
    • Lily's Look-out
      • Natural area on St. Jack Wood Island.
    • The Plains Of Tabitha
      • Location in Suzy's book The Francine Odysseys
    • Polish Prince
      • Natural area on St. Jack Wood Island.
    • Roman's Ruins
      • Natural area on New Penzance Island.
    • Yeoman Land
      • Natural area on New Penzance Island.
  • Neighborhoods
    • Summer's End
      • Location on New Penzance Island, site of the Bishop family home.
  • Newspapers
    • Black Beacon Sentinel
      • Newspaper article about Juvenile Refuge
  • Orphanages
    • Billingsley Boys' Home
      • Also known as Billingsley Foster Home for Boys, orphanage where Sam Shukusky resides.
    • Juvenile Refuge
      • No description available
  • Pet Products
    • All Fish Cat Food
      • Suzy's cat food
  • Police Departments
    • Island Police
      • Local police department on New Penzance Island.
  • Quotes
    • Sam Shakusky
      • Sam Shakusky: Do not cross this stick.
    • Sam Shakusky & Suzy Bishop
      • Sam Shakusky: What kind of bird are you?
        Suzy Bishop: I'm a raven.
  • Theater Companies
    • The Choristers of St. Jack Wood And New Penzance
      • For the Summer Pageant 1964, St. Jack's Church presents Benjamin Britten's Noye's Fludde, performed by The Choristers of St. Jack Wood and New Penzance.
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • Oakdale Avenue
      • Sam Shakusy's address, as listed on his Khaki Scouts of North America Scout Registration Information card.
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Yeoman Lane
      • Path near Camp Ivanhoe
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Old Chickchaw Harvest Migration Trail
      • Old Native American trail on New Penzance Island.
  • Trivia
  • Vehicles (Specific) - Nautical
    • Summer's End (Boat)
      • boat
  • Water
    • Black Beacon Reservoir
      • No description available
    • Black Beacon Sound
      • Body of water to the northeast of New Penzance Island, famous for the ferocious and well-documented storm which will strike from the east on the 5th of September.
    • Cold-Water Strait
      • Body of water to the southeast of New Penzance Island.
    • Land's End
      • Cove on the eastern coast of St. Jack Wood Island.
    • Mile 3.25 Tidal Inlet
      • No description available
    • Moonrise Kingdom
      • The name that Sam and Suzy give to the cove where they camp.
    • Rickety Shoals
      • Are between Fort Stockhausen on St. Jack Wood Island and New Penzance Island.
    • Stepping Stone River
      • River on New Penzance Island, near Stone Cove.
    • Stone Cove
      • Cove on the northwestern side of New Penzance Island.
    • Wood River
      • River on New Penzance Island.
  • Youth Camps
    • Camp Ivanhoe
      • Scouting camp on New Penzance Island.
    • Fort Lebanon
      • Scouting camp on St. Jack Wood Island.
  • Youth Programs
    • Khaki Scouts Of North America
      • Scouting organization for boys.

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