SEPTEMBER 16TH, NEW YORK COUNTRYSIDE. 1908.
It had been a long day on the train. The lot of you, coming from the city of Richmond, had bought tickets to New York City. Why had you gone? Was it to look for work? A new way of living? Or perhaps it was just a pit stop upon a longer journey.
But look outside for a moment. New York is a little colder than you are used to, but you are astonished by some of the greener fields dotting it all.
This thought is distracted by the stuffiness of the train. Far too warm! A man in the same cab as you had fallen asleep, and he was snoring loudly. And the porter… Always too late with the food. What kind of dining was in this train anyways? Horrible.
Whatever your complaints or thoughts, the trip was coming to a close. In about an hour’s time, you would finally arrive in New York City. You have some time to bide. What are you doing?
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