The White Queen, is one of the first characters to appear to Alice in the second book, Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll. Alice begins her journey, by taking the place of the White Queen’s daughter, Lily, place as one of the white pawns in the second square.
The White Queen is an untidy, disorderly mess of a woman. She explains the properties of Looking-Glass World, including the reversal of time and the need to believe in the impossible to Alice. She behaves oddly throughout the book. She repeatedly offers Alice "jam to-marrow and jam yesterday - but never jam today"
In later chapters, the White Queen appears with the Red Queen to Alice. During this time Alice is asked a series of questions, which eventually leads to her promotion from pawn to Queen.
This is one of 7 caches in the Through the looking glass series. You will need to find the following caches to reach the final, The Jabberwocky. It is not located at the coordinates above.
Through the looking glass series:
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