Courageous and plucky, Rikki-Tikki defeats his opposites, the cobras, in all his glory. First of all, Rikki is not afraid to stand up to the cobras.
His route passed through Skowhegan, ME, and this work describes his expedition's time there New England Joke Lore. It may not make you laugh out load, but it will put a smile on your face Illustrated with various etchings and photographs. Highly informative and enjoyable reading History of the Great Fire in Boston.
Describes the fire as it swept through the City as well as the aftermath of destruction and rebuilding Random Notes of Boston. Illustrated by John Albert Seaford. Library Book first stamped August 30, Many of the buildings illustrated still exist today, but some have vanished since this work was done.
Nice history notes of Boston Early American Craftsmen. All from around the Revolutionary War period. Romance of Old Philadelphia, The. Illustrated with early etchings and photographs by Philip B. Heavily illustrated with drawings, prints and original photographs Henry Holt and Company.
A nice group of poems for the Frost fan Dutch and English on the Hudson.
The time covered is from the 's through the 's. A nice work with a great bibliography This is one of the earlier versions of illustrations done by McVickar. Johnson describes schools from the post-Revolutionary days, up to the late 's.
Nice descriptions of teachers' lives and the students they taught.
Includes games and recess activities by the children. Good for students and adults Nicely illustrated with photos and drawings by Clifton Johnson Photographs by Clifton Johnson.
This book deals with vignettes of rural life from New York Adirondacks to the mountains of West Virginia.
Profusely illustrated with the author's original photographs New England and Its Neighbors. This book deals with vignettes of rural life from Maine to Delaware. New England Country, The.
Photographs and Illustrations by Clifton Johnson. It includes the early history of the area during early settlement through the Revolution.
What They Say in New England. Park Street and Its Vicinity. From the settlement of Boston, Park Street has always been part of the boundary of the Boston Commons, and many of the buildings described in this book still stand. Defined at one end by the State House and at the other by Park Street Church, this short street has seen a lot of history A good look at some of the 'traits' of New Englanders from someone who saw it first-hand New Amsterdam Book Company.
Well-written account of the Native Americans encountered along the way. Three detailed maps, as well as a section on the history of the Fur Trade in Canada and detailed descriptions of some of the tribes encountered.
A nice book for the 'other story' of trans-continental exploration Trail of the Maine Pioneer, The.Elephant Boy is a British adventure film starring Sabu in his film debut. Documentary filmmaker Robert J.
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It is full of battles, war tactics, good, evil, motive, song, and drama. "Danny Deever" is an poem by Rudyard Kipling, one of the first of the Barrack-Room Ballads. It received wide critical and popular acclaim, and is often regarded as one of the most significant pieces of Kipling's early verse.
English (The Jungle Book) / ItalianoI didn't know that "The Jungle Book" was a collection of tales. Thanks to the Disney movie, I had always identified this novel with the story of Mowgli, the man cub raised by a pack of wolves.