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Other Main-Travelled Roads

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[Illustration: DADDY DEERING]

OTHER MAIN TRAVELLED ROADS

HAMLIN GARLAND SUNSET EDITION

HARPER & BROTHERS NEW YORK AND LONDON

COPYRIGHT, 1892, 1899, 1910, BY HAMLIN GARLAND

PRAIRIE FOLKS

PIONEERS

They rise to mastery of wind and snow; They go like soldiers grimly into strife, To colonize the plain; they plough and sow, ...

The Trail of the Goldseekers A Record of Travel in Prose and Verse

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THE TRAIL OF THE GOLDSEEKERS

[Illustration: Publisher logo]

THE TRAIL OF THE GOLDSEEKERS

A Record of Travel in Prose and Verse

by

HAMLIN GARLAND

Author of Rose of Dutcher's Coolly Main Travelled Roads Prairie Folks Boy Life on the Prairie, etc.

New York The MacMillan Company London: MacMillan & Co., Ltd. 1906

Copyright, 1899, by Hamlin Garland.

Set up and electrotyped. P...

The Mountain Divide

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THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDE

BOOKS BY FRANK H. SPEARMAN

PUBLISHED BY CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

ROBERT KIMBERLY. Illustrated by James Montgomery Flagg. 12mo Net $1.30

WHISPERING SMITH. A Story of Rocky Mountain Life. Illustrated by N. C. Wyeth. 12mo $1.50

THE DAUGHTER OF A MAGNATE. Illustrated. 12mo $1.50

DOCTOR BRYSON. A Novel. 12mo $1.50

THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDE. Illustrated. 12mo Net $1.25

THE STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROADS. With Maps. 12mo ...

The Silver Canyon A Tale of the Western Plains

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The Silver Canyon, A Tale of the Western Plains, by George Manville Fenn.

This book is by an author who revels in putting his heroes into tense and dangerous situations, and never more so than in the Western plains of North America in the middle of the nineteenth century. The Indians were armed with rifles, and had immense prowess at creeping up unseen upon their enemies. In addition there are rattlesnakes, bears, and other nasty things.

The young hero, Bart for short, is out there with ...

Daughter of the Sun A Tale of Adventure

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DAUGHTER OF THE SUN

A Tale of Adventure

by

JACKSON GREGORY

(Quién Sabe)

Author of Timber Wolf, The Everlasting Whisper, Desert Valley, Etc.

[Frontispiece: Zoraida Castelmar, daughter of the Montezumas]

Grosset & Dunlap Publishers New York Copyright, 1921, by Charles Scribner's Sons Copyright as "The Treasure of the Hills," 1920, 1921, by Street & Smith

TO

ZINGARA

CONTENTS

CHAPTER

I. IN WHICH A YOUNG AMERICAN KNOWN AS "HEADLONG" PLAYS AT DICE WITH ONE IN MAN'S CLOTHING WHO IS NOT A MAN

II. IN WHICH A SPELL IS WORKE...

The Killer

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[Illustration: He had been shot through the body and was dead. His rifle lay acros...

Rebel Spurs –by: Andre Norton

In 1866, only men uprooted by war had reason to ride into Tubacca, Arizona, a nondescript town as shattered and anonymous as the veterans drifting through it. So when Drew Rennie, newly discharged from Forrest’s Confederate scouts, arrived leading everything he owned behind him—his thoroughbred stud Shiloh, a mare about to foal, and a mule—he knew his business would not be questioned. To anyone in Tubacca there could be only one extraordinary thing about Drew, and that he could not reveal: his name, Rennie.

Drew had come west from Kentucky to find a father he had thought dead unti...

The Bells of San Juan –by: Jackson Gregory

Rod Norton is a lawman in a land where bandits and criminals make their own rules. Risking his life for justice and a future with the woman he loves, mortal danger awaits. For Norton and those in peril, the Bells of San Juan will chime.

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THE BELLS OF SAN JUAN

A Novel

by

JACKSON GREGORY

Author of Judith of Blue Lake Ranch , The Joyous Trouble Maker , Man to Man , etc.

Illustrated by Frank Tenney Johnson

New York Grosset & Dunlap Publishers

1919

[Frontispiece: Having come closer he reined in his horse, stared at her a moment in surprised wonde...

The Story of the Foss River Ranch A Tale of the Northwest

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The Story of the Foss River Ranch

A Tale of the Northwest

By RIDGWELL CULLUM

Author of

"The Law Breakers," "The Way of the Strong," "The Watchers of the Plains." Etc.

A.L. BURT COMPANY Publishers New York

Published by Arrangement with THE PAGE COMPANY

Published August, 1903

TO MY WIFE

CONTENTS

CHAP. PAGE

I THE POLO CLUB BALL 1

II THE BLIZZARD: ITS CONSEQUENCES 12

III A BIG GAME OF POKER 24

IV AT THE FOSS RIVER RANCH 32

V THE "STRAY" BEYOND THE MUSKEG 45

VI "WAYS THAT ARE DARK" ...

Hidden Water

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[Illustration: "I never saw a sheepman yet that would fight, but you've got to"]

HIDDEN WATER

By DANE COOLIDGE

With Four Illustrations in Color

By MAYNARD DIXON

A. L. BURT COMPANY

Publishers New York

COPYRIGHT

A. C. McCLURG & CO.

1910

Published October 29, 1910

Second Edition, December 3, 1910

Entered at Stationers' Hall, London, England

All rights reserved

ILLUSTRATIONS

"I never saw a sheepman yet that would fight, but you've got to" Frontispiece "Put up them guns, you ga...

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