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  • Ragged Dick

    Alger,Horatio
    (954086)

    Although he manages to make a living as a shoeshine boy in late-1860s New York City, fourteen-year-old Dick Hunter, an orphan, remains homeless and without many prospects until two new friends inspire him to become educated.

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  • Horatio Alger Gender And Success In The...

    Cook,Charles Orson
    (9247539)

    The Horatio Alger myth has worked itself deeply into American culture. Even those who have never read one of his stories and many who could not identify him have come to believe that honest, industrious adolescents can easily rise from poverty to...

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    The Horatio Alger MEGAPACK® - 70 Classic...

    Horatio Alger
    (9513303)

    The Horatio Alger MEGAPACK® presents 70 Classic Works by the great 19th century author. Here are:ADVENTURES OF A TELEGRAPH BOYDIGGING FOR GOLDMARK THE MATCH BOYBOB BURTONANDY GORDONTHE BACKWOODS BOYA BOY'apos;S FORTUNEA DEBT OF HONORBERNARD...

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    Ragged Dick

    Alger, Horatio Jr.
    (3110580)

    Ragged Dick was contributed as a serial story to the pages of the Schoolmate, a well-known juvenile magazine, during the year 1867. While in course of publication, it was received with so many evidences of favor that it has been rewritten and...

  • A Debt Of Honor - The Story Of Gerald Lane's...

    Alger,Horatio
    (10045258)

    Excerpt from A Debt of Honor: The Story of Gerald Lane's Success in the Far West N or would you. It would not be a favor, but the payment of a sacred debt. It would be reparation for a great wrong. But, father, the reparation ought to have been made...

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    The Telegraph Boy

    Horatio Alger
    (3166880)

    The «Telegraph Boy» completes the series of sketches of street-life in New York inaugurated eleven years since by the publication of «Ragged Dick.» The author has reason to feel gratified by the warm reception accorded by the public to these pictures...

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    The Errand Boy

    Horatio Alger
    (3374314)

    pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. Phil Brent was plodding through the snow in the direction of the house where he lived with his step-mother and her son, when a snow-ball, moist and hard,...

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    Phil, the Fiddler

    Horatio Alger
    (3374228)

    pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. Among the most interesting and picturesque classes of street children in New York are the young Italian musicians, who wander about our streets with harps,...

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    Cast Upon the Breakers

    Horatio Alger
    (3374337)

    pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. «Well, good by, Rodney! I leave school tomorrow. I am going to learn a trade.»

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    Joe the Hotel Boy

    Horatio Alger
    (3374284)

    pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. A number of years ago the author of this story set out to depict life among the boys of a great city, and especially among those who had to make their own way...

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    The Cash Boy

    By Horatio Jr. Alger
    (9649362)

    A group of boys was assembled in an open field to the west of the public schoolhouse in the town of Crawford. Most of them held hats in their hands, while two, stationed sixty feet distant from each other, were"having catch."Tom Pinkerton, son of...

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    Ragged Dick

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977314)

    'Ragged Dick' was contributed as a serial story to the pages of the Schoolmate, a well-known juvenile magazine, during the year 1867. While in course of publication, it was received with so many evidences of favor that it has been rewritten and...

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    Do And Dare

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977413)

    If we could only keep the post office, mother, we should be all right, said Herbert Carr, as he and his mother sat together in the little sitting room of the plain cottage which the two had occupied ever since he was a boy of five. 'Yes, Herbert,...

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    Struggling Upward

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977416)

    One Saturday afternoon in January a lively and animated group of boys were gathered on the western side of a large pond in the village of Groveton. Prominent among them was a tall, pleasant-looking young man of twenty-two, the teacher of the Center...

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    Helping Himself

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2976981)

    I wish we were not so terribly poor, Grant, said Mrs. Thornton, in a discouraged tone. 'Is there anything new that makes you say so, mother?' answered the boy of fifteen, whom she addressed. 'Nothing new, only the same old trouble. Here is a note...

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    Chester Rand

    Horatio Alger, Jr.
    (2978307)

    Probably the best known citizen of Wyncombe, a small town nestling among the Pennsylvania mountains, was Silas Tripp. He kept the village store, occasionally entertained travelers, having three spare rooms, was town treasurer, and conspi-cuous in...

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    Paul Prescott'apos;s Charge

    Horatio Alger
    (3373827)

    pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. Alger Series For Boys. {About 50 Titles} Uniform With This Volume.

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    Do and Dare

    Horatio Alger, Jr.
    (3129696)

    A novel that absorbs the reader due to the larger-than-life efforts of the protagonist. It is an in-depth portrayal of how determination, courage and hard work lead to success and greatness. Horatio has portrayed America as the emblem of fulfilling...

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    The Young Musician

    Alger,Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977181)

    As for the boy, said Squire Pope, with his usual autocratic air, 'I shall place him in the poorhouse.' 'But, Benjamin,' said gentle Mrs. Pope, who had a kindly and sympathetic heart, 'isn't that a little hard?' 'Hard, Alrnira?' said the squire,...

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    Facing The World

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2976980)

    Here's a letter for you, Harry, said George Howard. 'I was passing the hotel on my way home from school when Abner Potts called out to me from the piazza, and asked me to bring it.' The speaker was a bright, round-faced boy of ten. The boy whom he...

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    Jack's Ward

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977311)

    'Look here, boy, can you hold my horse a few minutes?' asked a gentleman, as he jumped from his carriage in one of the lower streets in New York. The boy addressed was apparently about twelve, with a bright face and laughing eyes, but...

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    Fame and Fortune

    Alger,Jr. , Horatio; 1stWorld Library; Jr. Horatio Alger
    (2977470)

    'Fame and Fortune:' like its predecessor, 'RaggedDick:' was contributed as a serial story to the'Schoolmate,' a popular juvenile magazine publishedin Boston. The generous commendations of the firstvolume by the Press, and by private...

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    Frank and Fearless

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977813)

    A dozen boys were playing ball in a field adjoining the boarding-school of Dr. Pericles Benton, in the town of Walltham, a hundred and twenty-five miles northeast of the city of New York. These boys varied in age from thirteen to seventeen. In...

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    Phil the Fiddler

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977547)

    Viva Garibaldi! sang a young Italian boy in an uptown street, accompanying himself on a violin which, from its battered appearance, seemed to have met with hard usage. As the young singer is to be the hero of my story, I will pause to describe...

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    Brave and Bold

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977309)

    The main schoolroom in the Millville Academy was brilliantly lighted, and the various desks were occupied by boys and girls of different ages from ten to eighteen, all busily writing under the general direction of Professor George W. Granville,...

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    Frank's Campaign

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977417)

    The Town Hall in Rossville stands on a moderate elevation overlooking the principal street. It is generally open only when a meeting has been called by the Selectmen to transact town business, or occasionally in the evening when a lecture on...

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    Joe's Luck

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977312)

    'Come here, you Joe, and be quick about it!' The boy addressed, a stout boy of fifteen, with an honest, sun-browned face, looked calmly at the speaker. 'What's wanted?' he asked. 'Brush me off, and don't be all day about it!'...

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    The Errand Boy

    Alger,Jr, Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977093)

    Phil Brent was plodding through the snow in the direction of the house where he lived with his step-mother and her son, when a snow-ball, moist and hard, struck him just below his ear with stinging emphasis. The pain was considerable, and Phil's...

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    Making His Way

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977313)

    Two boys were walking in the campus of the Bridgeville Academy. They were apparently of about the same age - somewhere from fifteen to sixteen - but there was a considerable difference in their attire. Herbert Grant was neatly but coarsely...

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    The Cash Boy

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2976983)

    'The Cash Boy,'' by Horatio Alger, Jr., as the name implies, is a story about a boy and for boys. Through some conspiracy, the hero of the story when a baby, was taken from his relatives and given into the care of a kind woman. Not knowing his name...

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    The Store Boy

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2988847)

    Ben Barclay checked the horse he was driving and looked attentively at the speaker. He was a stout-built, dark-complexioned man, with a beard of a week's growth, wearing an old and dirty suit, which would have reduced any tailor to despair if taken...

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    Andy Grants Pluck

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977418)

    'A telegram for you, Andy!' said Arthur Bacon, as he entered the room of Andy Grant in Penhurst Academy. 'A telegram!' repeated Andy, in vague alarm, for the word suggested something urgent - probably bad news of some kind. He tore open the...

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    The Young Explorer

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2976984)

    I've settled up your father's estate, Benjamin, said Job Stanton. 'You'll find it all figgered out on this piece of paper. There was that two-acre piece up at Rockville brought seventy-five dollars, the medder fetched a hundred and fifty, the two...

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    Hector's Inheritance

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977414)

    Mr. Roscoe rang the bell, and, in answer, a servant entered the library, where he sat before a large and commodious desk. 'Has the mail yet arrived?' he asked. 'Yes, sir; John has just come back from the village.' 'Go at once and...

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    Driven From Home

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977310)

    A boy of sixteen, with a small gripsack in his hand, trudged along the country road. He was of good height for his age, strongly built, and had a frank, attractive face. He was naturally of a cheerful temperament, but at present his face was grave,...

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    Bound To Rise

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2976979)

    Horatio Alger, Jr., an author who lived among and for boys and himself remained a boy in heart and association till death, was born at Revere, Mass., January 18, 1884. He was the son of a clergyman; was graduated at Harvard College in 1852, and at...

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    Paul the Peddler

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977546)

    Here's your prize packages! Only five cents! Money prize in every package! Walk up, gentlemen, and try your luck! The speaker, a boy of fourteen, stood in front of the shabby brick building, on Nassau street, which has served for many years...

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    Try and Trust

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977316)

    Well, wife, said Mr. Benjamin Stanton, as he sat down to a late breakfast, 'I had a letter from Ohio yesterday.' 'From Ohio? Who should write you from Ohio? Anyone I know?' 'My sister, Margaret, you remember, moved out there with her husband...

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    Timothy Crump'apos;s Ward

    Horatio Alger
    (9837232)

    A fantastic novel by prolific American author Horatio Alger, famous for his portrayals, as in this story, of the adventures of lower class boys, such as buskers, shoeshiners, etc., at they rise above adversity to attain higher class lives.

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    Only An Irish Boy

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977415)

    John, saddle my horse, and bring him around to the door. The speaker was a boy of fifteen, handsomely dressed, and, to judge from his air and tone, a person of considerable consequence, in his own opinion, at least. The person addressed was...

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    Timothy Crump's Ward

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977308)

    It was a cold day. There was no snow on the ground, but it was frozen into stiff ridges, making it uncom-fortable to walk upon. The sun had been out all day, but there was little heat or comfort in its bright, but frosty beams. The winter is a...

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    Cast Upon the Breakers

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977419)

    Well, good by, Rodney! I leave school tomorrow. I am going to learn a trade. 'I am sorry to part with you, David. Couldn't you stay another term?' 'No: my uncle says I must be earning my living, and I have a chance to learn the...

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    Adrift in New York

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2977642)

    Uncle, you are not looking well to-night. 'I'm not well, Florence. I sometimes doubt if I shall ever be any better.' 'Surely, uncle, you cannot mean -' 'Yes, my child, I have reason to believe that I am nearing the end.' 'I cannot...

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    Joe The Hotel Boy

    Alger,Jr., Horatio; 1stWorld Library
    (2976982)

    A number of years ago the author of this story set out to depict life among the boys of a great city, and especially among those who had to make their own way in the world. Among those already described are the ways of newsboys, match boys, peddlers,...

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