The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Keepers of the Trail, by Joseph A. Altsheler. XV. The Great Culmination 293. The keepers of the trail. Chapter I. Henry in his kingdom.
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The story follows the adventures and exploits of Henry Ware and his friends set to the backdrop of the American Revolution. The Keepers of the Trail" is perfect for children with an interest in history and is not to be missed by collectors of classic Western fiction. Altsheler wrote a total of fifty-one novels during his life, as well as over fifty short stories
As they advanced the odor of burning wood grew stronger. Most of the tribes were perfect little political organizations, and the league of the Iroquois was worthy of a highly civilized race
As they advanced the odor of burning wood grew stronger. It might not have been noticed by the dwellers in peaceful lands, but it was obvious at once to senses trained like theirs in the hardest of all schools, that of continuous danger. Most of the tribes were perfect little political organizations, and the league of the Iroquois was worthy of a highly civilized race. They were creatures of circumstances, and, while loyal to friends, they were merciless to enemies, devising incredible methods of torture.
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With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart. The Keepers of The Trail deals with an episode, hitherto unrelated, in the lives of Henry Ware, Paul Cotter, Shif'less Sol Hyde, Long Jim Hart, and Silent Tom Ross. In point of time it follows The Forest Runners, and, so, is the third volume of the Young Trailer series. A story of the great woods. By. Joseph a. Author of "The young trailers," "The forest runners," etc. Appleton-century.
The great culmination 293. Henry in his kingdom
The great culmination 293. Henry Ware let the stock of his rifle rest upon the ground and held it by the barrel, while he gazed over the green billows of the forest, rolling away and away to every horizon. He was a fortunate human being who had come into his own kingdom, one in which he was fitted supremely to reign, and he would not have exchanged his place for that of any titular sovereign on his throne. His eyes gleamed with pleasure as he looked upon his world.
Joseph Alexander Altsheler was born in 1862 in Three Springs, Kentucky. Altsheler's family immigrated from Germany and operated a store in Three Springs where he was raised above the store. He did not pursue his family's mercantile efforts but instead took up journalism, after spending one year at Vanderbilt University.
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