THE TRAIL HORDE
CHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
Author of "The Ranchman," "'Firebrand' Trevison," "The Range Boss," "The Vengeance of Jefferson Gawne," "The Boss of the Lazy Y," Etc.
Frontispiece by P. V. E. Ivory
[Illustration: "Warden, if you move a quarter of an inch I'll blow you to hell!"]
Chicago A.C. McClurg & Co. 1920 Copyright A. C. McClurg & Co. 1920 Published September, 1920 Copyrighted in Great Britain M. A. Donohue & Co., Printers and Binders, Chicago
CHAPTER PAGE I Concerning Mo...
BY THE AUTHOR OF
"THE COLONEL'S DAUGHTER."
CAPT. CHARLES KING, U.S.A.,
AUTHOR OF "KITTY'S CONQUEST," ETC.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY.
Copyright, 1886, by J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY.
Copyright, 1887, by J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY.
CAPTAIN THIRD REGIMENT OF CAVALRY,
ONE OF THE NOBLEST MEN, ONE OF THE KNIGHTLIEST SOLDIERS, AND ONE OF THE
MOST INEXCUSABLE SACRIFICES IN THE HISTORY OF OUR ARMY,
OF SCENES WHEREIN HE WAS LOVED AND HONORED,
Phil Thurston was born on the range where the trails are dim and silent under the big sky. It was the place his father loved, the place he had to be. After the death of his father when he was five, his mother brought him back to the city, where he grew up and became a writer. To revive his stale writing, he returns to the West, and may just find what he is really missing.
THE LURE OF THE DIM TRAILS
By B. M. Bower
CHAPTER I. IN SEARCH OF THE WESTERN TONE
"What do you care, anyway?" asked Reeve Howard philosophically. "It
isn't as if you depended on the wor...
In deze roman die in het wilde westen van circa 1870 speelt, portretteert Karl May de reis van een groep jagers (door Karl May West-mannen genoemd) naar het nabijgelegen Silver Lake in de Rocky Mountains. Hoofdpersonen zijn onder andere Old Shatterhand, Old Firehand en Winnetou en de schurk Cornel Brinkley, die om zijn rode haar bekend staat als "Rode Cornel". Deze is de leider van een grote bende zwervers die er niet voor terugschrikt om boerderijen en treinen aan te vallen en te beroven. (Samenvatting van Wikipedia)
DR. KARL MAY'S REISAVONTUREN...
Jack Hare is a young cowboy who was rescued from sure death by an old settler by the name of August Naab. Hare learns that Naab's ranch is a dangerous place and is challenged by cattle thieves and a corrupt rancher who is after Naab's water rights. The greatest danger Hare faces though, is over Mescal, a half-Navajo shepherdess who is already promised in marriage to Naab's first-born son. Hare must stop the marriage, but can't kill the son of his benefactor, August Naab...until a gun battle with rustlers brings the two face-to-face over drawn pistols.
THE HERITAGE OF...
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine is a 1908 romance novel/western novel written by John Fox, Jr. The novel became Fox’s most successful, and was included among the top ten list of bestselling novels for 1908 and 1909.
Set in the Appalachian Mountains at the turn of the twentieth century, a feud has been boiling for over thirty years between two influential mountain families: the Tollivers and the Falins. The outside world and industrialization, however, is beginning to enter the area. Coal mining begins to exert its influence on the area, despite of the two families feuds. Entering the...
BRUVVER JIM'S BABY
PHILIP VERRILL MIGHELS
NEW YORK AND LONDON
HARPER & BROTHERS
Copyright, 1904, by HARPER & BROTHERS.
All rights reserved.
Published May, 1904.
This Volume is
Dedicated, with much affection, to
I. A MIGHTY LITTLE HUNTER II. JIM MAKES DISCOVERIES III. THE WAY TO MAKE A DOLL IV. PLANNING A NEW CELEBRATION V. VISITORS AT THE CABIN VI. THE BELL FOR CHURCH VII. THE SUNDAY HAPPENINGS VIII. OLD JIM DISTRAUGHT IX. THE GUILTY MISS DOC X. PREPAR...
[Illustration: He met the hot mouthed, vicious brute, his rude spear
clasped in both hands]
FAR PAST THE FRONTIER
JAMES A. BRADEN
W. H. FRY
THE SAALFIELD PUBLISHING CO.
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LARAMIE HOLDS THE RANGE
FRANK H. SPEARMAN
Illustrated by James Reynolds
[Frontispiece: "Hold on, Doubleday," Laramie said bluntly, . . .
"You'll hear what I've got to say"]
Charles Scribner's Sons
Copyright, 1921, by
Charles Scribner's Sons
Published August, 1921
Reprinted September, 1921
Copyright, 1921, by Frank H. Spearman
TO MY SON
FRANK HAMILTON SPEARMAN, JR.
I SLEEPY CAT
II THE CRAZY WOMAN
IV AT THE EATING HOUSE
[Illustration: "AND THE FLAG FLUTTERED LIGHTLY BEHIND THEM AND THE DESERT WHISPERED ABOVE THEIR HEADS." Page 369 ]
By HONOR'E WILLSIE
AUTHOR OF "The Heart of the Desert," Etc.
A. L. BURT COMPANY PUBLISHERS · NEW YORK
PUBLISHED BY ARRANGEMENT WITH FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY
Copyright, 1915, by FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY
Copyright, 1914, 1915, by THE RIDGWAY COMPANY
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