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The bark covered house : or, Back in the woods again

Autore: William Nowlin; Milo Milton Quaife
Editore: Chicago : The Lakeside Press : R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., 1937.
Serie: Lakeside classics, v. 35.
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Genere/forma: History
Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
Nowlin, William, 1821-1884.
Bark covered house.
Chicago : The Lakeside Press ; R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., 1937
(OCoLC)664618644
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: William Nowlin; Milo Milton Quaife
Numero OCLC: 485059
Note: Includes reproduction of original t.p.: The bark covered house, or Back in the woods again : being a graphic and thrilling description of real pioneer life in the wilderness of Michigan. (Illustrated) / by William Nowlin, esq. Detroit : Printed for the author. 1876.
Includes index.
Descrizione: xxxvi, 342, [1] pages : illustrations, maps, 2 portrait ; 18 cm.
Contenuti: Historical introduction --
Reproduction of original title page --
Prefatory not --
Key --
Preface --
Talking of Michigan --
Disagreeable music --
How we got our sweet, and the history of my first pig --
Our second house and first apple trees --
The jug of whiskey and temperance meeting --
How we found our cattle --
Trouble came on the wing --
Hard times for us in Michigan, 1836-7 --
A summer hunt --
How we got into trouble one night and I scared --
The Indians visit us --
their strange and peculiar ways --
The inside of our house --
a picture from memory --
Metheglin, or, the detected drink --
Our road --
how I was wounded --
Prospect of war --
A.D. 1835 --
Fishing and boating --
How I got in trouble riding in a canoe --
Our clearing and the first railroad cars in 1838 --
Trees --
Drawing cord-wood --
how the railroad was built --
the steam whistle --
How I hunted and we paid the mortgage --
Bear hunt of 1842 --
Grandfather's powder horn --
war with pirates --
Light begins to dawn --
Making a bargain --
How I commenced for myself --
Father's old farm in 1843 --
Thoughts in connection with father and early pioneer life --
Father's new house and its situation --
his children visit him --
My watch lost and visit to Canada --
Mother's visit to the East --
1861 --
Leaving New York City for home.
Titolo della serie: Lakeside classics, v. 35.
Responsabilità: edited by Milo Milton Quaife.

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