Civilian Conservation Corps, a public work relief program that operated from 1933 to 1942.
A piece of furniture for hanging clothes.
An article of interest cut out of a newspaper.
A "consumpted" cough is raspy, and most likely the product of tuberculosis (also known as "consumption.")
A dark brown oil distilled from coal tar, used as a wood preservative.
A person who follows a leader.
Someone who preaches their religion widely in hopes of converting others.
An inexpensive bag, often made of burlap.
A nagging woman. The harpy is a monster from Greek and Roman mythology that has the body of a bird of prey and the face of a woman.
Anger felt towards something because it is not right.
When used to describe the heart, "palpitating" means to beat strongly or irregularly.
The protective power of God.
Afraid of sexual intimacy.
Someone who manipulates crowds of people into indignation.
Being saved, specifically from sin.
A gloomy and threatening look.
A large building or tent used for evangelistic services. Originally, the shrine-like portable meeting place of God with the Jews during their Exodus.
A person with extraordinary insight.