Stonnicker's fences and sugar-camp were used for fire-wood, corn-field for fodder, apple-trees stripped.
It meant several nights spent in the sugar-camp in the woods, a-gypsying.
His course from school on the evening that something happened lay through the sugar-camp.
It ran through a thicket of willows, through the sugar-camp, and out into Means's pasture.
The distance was only about three miles, or less, from the house to the sugar-camp.
She dared not shake hands, remembering how he had clung to her in sugar-camp Hollow.
It is a big bush, a little tree, a full-grown maple, that gave down the sap for the sugar-camp kettle in your grandfathers time.
The brothers followed the tracks of the bear for several hours, but, not overtaking him, agreed to return to the sugar-camp.
He informed me that he had wintered here for ten years past; that the sugar-camp near the stockade was where he made sugar.
For Ralph at that moment emerged from the sugar-camp by the school-house, carrying a board.