Publisher Description

The first tree felled in the wilderness that lay to the south and west of the range of hills of which Hawk’s Head is the highest, was felled by the two brothers Holt. These men left the thickly-settled New England valley where they were born, passed many a thriving town and village, and crossed over miles and miles of mountain and forest to seek a home in a strange country. Not that they thought of it as a strange country, for it was a long time ago, and little was known by them of limits or boundary lines, when they took possession of the fertile Canadian valley which had till then been the resort only of trappers and Indians.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1897
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
397
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
452.3
KB

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