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Horatio Alger Jr.

From Farm to Fortune

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From Farm to Fortune is written by Horatio Alger Jr. Nat Nason was a poor country boy with a strong desire to better his condition. Life on the farm was unusually hard for him, and after a quarrel with his miserly uncle, with whom he resided, he resolved to strike out for himself.

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Fame and Fortune

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Fame and Fortune is written by Horatio Alger Jr. A continuation of the story begun in "Ragged Dick."

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The Erie Train Boy

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Paul Palmer was a wide-awake boy of sixteen who supported his mother and sister by selling books and papers on the Chicago and Milwaukee Railroad. he detects a young man in the act of picking the pocket of a young lady.

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Ben, the Luggage Boy

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In presenting "Ben, the Luggage Boy," to the public, as the fifth of the Ragged Dick Series, the author desires to say that it is in all essential points a true history; the particulars of the story having been communicated to him, by Ben himself, nearly two years since.

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The Young Miner

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The Young Miner is written by Horatio Alger Jr. Those who were interested in Tom Nelson's trip across the Plains will find in the present story a record of his adventures in the Land of Gold. Though his prosperity was chiefly due to his own energy and industry, it is also true that he was exceptionally lucky.

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In A New World

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In A New World is written by Horatio Alger Jr. Harry and Jack face danger and find adventure while prospecting for gold in the Australian Outback.

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Ben's Nugget

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Ben's Nugget is written by Horatio Alger Jr. A Story of the Pacific Coast. "Ben's Nugget" is the concluding volume of the Pacific Series. Though it is complete in itself, and may be read independently, the chief characters introduced will be recognized as old friends by the readers of "The Young Explorer,".

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Adrift in New York

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Adrift in New York is written by Horatio Alger Jr. "Well, I haven't sent him to boarding school or college," answered Tim. "He don't know no Greek, or Latin, or mathematics--phew, that's a hard word. You didn't tell me you wanted him made a scholar of."

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Facing the World

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Facing the World is written by Horatio Alger, Jr., in "Facing the World," gives us as his hero a boy whose parents have both died and the man appointed as his guardian is unjust and unkind to him. In desperation he runs away and is very fortunate in finding a true friend in a man who aids him and makes him his helper in his work as magician.

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Adrift in New York

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Adrift in New York is written by Horatio Alger Jr. "Yes, my child, I have reason to believe that I am nearing the end." "I cannot bear to hear you speak so, uncle," said Florence Linden, in irrepressible agitation. "You are not an old man. You are but fifty-four." "True, Florence, but it is not years only that make a man old. Two great sorrows have embittered my life.

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