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9782819943389 - Irving Bacheller: Eben Holden, A Tale Of The North Country
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Eben Holden, A Tale Of The North Country (?)

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eBook, pubOne.info present you this new edition. Early in the last century the hardy wood-choppers began to come west, out of Vermont. They founded their homes in the Adirondack wildernesses and cleared their rough acres with the axe and the charcoal pit. After years of toil in a rigorous climate they left their sons little besides a stumpy farm and a coon-skin overcoat. Far from the centres of life their amusements, their humours, their religion, their folk lore, their views of things had in them the flavour of the timber lands, the simplicity of childhood. Every son was nurtured in the love of honour and of industry, and the hope of sometime being president. It is to be feared this latter thing and the love of right living, for its own sake, were more in their thoughts than the immortal crown that had been the inspiration of their fathers. Leaving the farm for the more promising life of the big city they were as men born anew, and their second infancy was like that of Hercules. They had the strength of manhood, the tireless energy of children and some hope of the highest things
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ISBN (alternative notations): 2-8199-4338-1, 978-2-8199-4338-9
9782819943389 - Irving Bacheller: Eben Holden, a tale of the north country
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Irving Bacheller (?):

Eben Holden, a tale of the north country (?)

ISBN: 9782819943389 (?) or 2819943381, unknown language, pubOne.info, pubOne.info, pubOne.info, New, ebook, digital download

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pubOne.info present you this new edition. Early in the last century the hardy wood-choppers began to come west, out of Vermont. They founded their homes in the Adirondack wildernesses and cleared their rough acres with the axe and the charcoal pit. After years of toil in a rigorous climate they left their sons little besides a stumpy farm and a coon-skin overcoat. Far from the centres of life their amusements, their humours, their religion, their folk lore, their views of things had in them the flavour of t
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ISBN (alternative notations): 2-8199-4338-1, 978-2-8199-4338-9
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Irving Bacheller (?):

Eben Holden, a tale of the north country (?)

ISBN: 9782819943389 (?) or 2819943381, unknown language, pubOne.info, New, ebook

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Eben Holden, a tale of the north country (2011) (?)

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Early in the last century the hardy wood-choppers began to come west, out of Vermont. They founded their homes in the Adirondack wildernesses and cleared their rough acres with the axe and the charcoal pit. After years of toil in a rigorous climate they left their sons little besides a stumpy farm and a coon-skin overcoat. Far from the centres of life their amusements, their humours, their religion, their folk lore, their views of things had in them the flavour of the timber lands, the simplicity of childhood. Every son was nurtured in the love of honour and of industry, and the hope of sometime being president. It is to be feared this latter thing and the love of right living, for its own sake, were more in their thoughts than the immortal crown that had been the inspiration of their fathers. Leaving the farm for the more promising life of the big city they were as men born anew, and their second infancy was like that of Hercules. They had the strength of manhood, the tireless energy of children and some hope of the highest things
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ISBN (alternative notations): 2-8199-4338-1, 978-2-8199-4338-9
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