Published by Cumberland House
Cousin Ronald and Annis depart for their honeymoon, and
the Dinsmores, Traivllas, and Raymonds travel on the Great
Lakes onboard The Dolphin. They learn about several historical
events of interest in the area, including the surrender of Detroit
and Perry's stunning naval victory at Put-in-Bay.
While on Lake Erie, they are in a violent storm, and Captain Raymond
saves Lulu from being swept overboard. Trusting God for safety, they sail
up the St. Lawrence River to Montreal and Quebec. They receive an
invitation from Cousin Molly to conclude their summer travels at a cottage
on the shore of Rhode Island and later attend Walter Travilla's graduation at
Princeton. 231 pages.