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Eben Holden

a tale of the north country

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Published by Administrator in Lothrop Publishing Company

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      • Illustrations are photographs by Clarence H. White.Copyright no. 1900 A 16243.Publishers advertisements on [2] p. at end.

        StatementLothrop Publishing Company
        PublishersLothrop Publishing Company
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1903
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 94 p. :
        Number of Pages65
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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6 - 'Where's my ham, Dave?

Archway in Inner Court, Looking towards the Outer Court, with Zachary Boyd's Bust

I remember meeting him in Washington a day of that exciting campaign of '72. 'Sold 'em,' said he, laughing. 'Brower,' said I in a whisper. Heard they'd gone over t' the 'Burg an' was tryin' t' sell more territory. 'I didn't give it to him,' said the publisher. This story follows Willie as a young orphan, later as a journalist, and finally as a soldier who enlists in the army at the outset of the American Civil War.

'Ye do look gran' if me—ree-markable gran', both uv ye. ' said the editor as he looked at the slab of marble where the ham had lain. 'What have ye done with the "bilers"? The Eben Holden had been doing his best to Eben Holden time but had run out of ammunition. Summary The historical novel Eben Holden, A Tale of the North Country by author Irving Bacheller, 1859-1950 was an immediate best seller when first published in July of 1900, eventually selling in excess of 1 million copies.

' 'If I hev as much hereafter es I've hed here, I ain't a goin'if fin' no fault,' said Uncle Eb. I was weary after my day of travel and went early to bed there in my old room.