Publisher Description

This is a story of struggle in America , that depicts the complete picture of that respective scenario. Humphrey Angell came swinging along through the silent aisles of the vast primeval forest, his gun in the hollow of his arm, a heavy bag of venison meat hanging from his shoulders. Humphrey Angell was not more than twenty years of age, and he had lived ten years in the forest. He had come there as a child with his father, who had emigrated in his young life from England to the settlement of Pennsylvania, and had afterwards become one of the scattered settlers on the debatable ground between the French and English borders, establishing himself in the heart of the boundless forest, and setting to work with the utmost zeal and industry to gather round himself a little farmstead where he could pass his own later years in peace, and leave it for an inheritance to his two sons.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
1932
April 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
521
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
318.5
KB

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