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Our story opens in a cabin among the foothills of Colorado. It was built of logs, and was not over twelve feet in height. In the center was a door, with a small window on each side. Through the roof rose a section of funnel, from which issued a slender cloud of smoke.

Our story opens in a cabin among the foothills of Colorado. The interior of the cabin is a surprise – being comfortably furnished, while a carpet covers the floor. On one side is a bureau, a few portraits are on the walls, a pine bedstead and an easy-chair, in which is reclining a man of middle age whose wasted form and hollow cheeks attest the ravages of consumption

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A Debt of Honor book. In the last decades of the twentieth century a few more reliable biographies were published that attempt to correct the errors and fictionalizations of the past

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The Story of Gerald Lane's Success in the Far West. The Story of a Shoe Factory Boy. 1905. The Young Book Agent; or, Frank Hardy's Road to Success. Joe the Hotel Boy, or Winning Out by Pluck. Falling in With Fortune; or, The Experiences of a Young Secretary. Out for Business; or, Robert Frost's Strange Career. Scenes in the Life of a Bowery Newsboy.

A Debt of Honor, The Story of Gerald Lane's Success in the Far West CHAPTER I. THE CABIN IN THE FOOTHILLS CHAPTER II. A debt of honor chapter III. Bradley wentworth chapter IV. Comparing notes chapter V. a compact chapter VI. A startling discovery chapter VII. Tracking the thief chapter VIII. Foiling a thief chapter IX. Alone in the world chapter X. an unexpected visitor chapter XI. Jake amsden makes an early call, and has a warm reception chapter XII. An international combat chapter XIII. A victim of injustice chapter XIV.

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A Debt of Honor (Illustrated). The Story of Gerald Lane's Success in the Far West. In this 1900 Horatio Alger, Jr. novel, published by A. L. Burt, of New York, Gerald Lane heads west to seek his fortune and claim the money owed his father by an unscrupulous former business partner. by Horatio Alger, J. J. Watson Davis, Illustrator. series Classic Fiction for Young Adults In this 1900 Horatio Alger, Jr. As might be expected, this is not as simple or straightforward as it might at first seem.

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A Debt of Honor: The Story of Gerald Lane's Success in the Far West download epub
Contemporary
Author: Horatio Alger
ISBN: 1141874237
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Nabu Press (January 1, 2010)
Pages: 324 pages