THE STORY OF A WISE WOMAN. 
You may have read how Thomas Smith first raised rice in Carolina. After his death, there lived in South Carolina a wise young woman. She showed the people how to raise another plant. Her name was Eliza Lucas. The father of Miss Lucas did not live in Carolina. He was governor of one of the islands of the West Indies. Miss Lucas was fond of trying new things. She often got seeds from her father which she planted in South Carolina. Her father sent her some seeds of the indigo plant. She planted some of these in March, but a frost came. The indigo plant cannot tolerate frost, and her plants all died. But Miss Lucas did not give up. She planted some more seeds in April. These grew very well until a cut-worm found them. The worm wished to try new things too. So he ate the indigo plants. But Miss Lucas was one of the people who try, try again. She had lost her indigo plants twice. Once more she planted some of the seeds. This time the plants grew very well. Miss Lucas wrote to her father about it. He sent her a man who knew how to get the indigo out of the plant. The man tried not to show Miss Lucas how to make the indigo. He did not want the people in South Carolina to learn how to make it. He was afraid his own people would not get so much money for their indigo if other people made it as well. So he would not explain how it was done. He spoiled the indigo on purpose. But Miss Lucas watched him closely. She figured out how the indigo could be made. Some of her father's land in South Carolina was now planted with the indigo plants.Then Miss Lucas was married. She became Mrs. Pinckney. Her father gave her all the indigo growing on his land in South Carolina. It was all saved for seed. Some of the seed Mrs. Pinckney gave to her friends. Some of it her husband sowed. It all grew and was made into that blue dye that we call indigo. When it is used in washing clothes, it is called bluing. In a few years, more than a million pounds of indigo were made in South Carolina every year. Many people got rich from it, and it was all because Miss Lucas did not give up.


1. Why did the indigo plants die the first time?
2. How did Miss Lucas help the people of South Carolina?
3. How would you describe Miss Lucas?
 4. Why do you think Miss Lucas was successful? 
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The Brainliest Answer!
Simi was a puppy . she was very beautiful . Asha saw her sitting ina park and crying. When she took her she stopped crying and stared at her. Asha liked that look. She decided to take it home. That decision was acceptable to her mother also. They jointly gave her the name 'simi' and gladly took her to their house.
                  Nobody had given her any training hit her too. So asha decided to train her. The next day she took the puppy out and gave her some training. A coach should always be a little strict. When she disobeyed Asha , she punished her and when she did everything as ordered by Asha , she gave her rewards. As a whole the practical training was not so difficult. As a whole th practical training was not so difficult. So within a week's time Simi became a good cultured puppy
1. Asha took the puppy to her house , because?
2.When she disobeyed---- Here'she' denotes . who is she?
3. The opposite of the word reward is ?
4. The puppy was given the name Simi by?

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