A beautiful evening followed the tempest gust, and the Lincolns and the old Tunker sat down to a humble meal.
The Tunker says that I must forswear myself to become a Christian.
One morning Jasper the Tunker appeared in the clearing before her cabin.
The old Tunker, as I live, come again, and brought his Indian boy with him!
The Tunker entered the cheerful cabin in the sunny clearing of the timber.
"I wish to hear the poem that has so moved you," said the Tunker.
His Tunker neighbor up the mountain performs the same feat on his own upper lip.
The character of the Dunkard, or Tunker, as a wandering school-master, may be new to many readers.
My reader may not know who a Tunker was, as our wandering schoolmaster was called.
The Tunker lifted his hand and said grace, after which the family sat down to the table.