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Roughing it,

Author: Mark Twain
Publisher: New York, London, Harper & Bros. [1913]
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Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
Roughing it.
New York, London, Harper & Bros. [1913]
(OCoLC)568963731
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain
OCLC Number: 999574
Description: 2 volumes in 1. frontispieces, plates 21 cm
Contents: V.I Prefatory --
Bound away for Nevada --
We leave the "States" --
The Jackass-rabbit --
a flash and a vanish --
Queer coach and queerer people --
The Gliding, elusive coyote --
Grand moguls of the stage route --
When the buffalo climbed a tree --
"Here he comes!" the pony-rider --
"Don't gentleman! I'm a dead man" --
Slade the terrible --
The Killer's pitiful ending --
Over the Great Divide --
Salt Lake City --
we meet the king --
Mormon husbands, generous altruists --
A Hundred and ten tin whistles --
The Drowsy Mormon Bible --
Big money and big prices --
The Deadly alkali desert --
Lo! the depraved Goshoots --
What Hank said to Horace Greeley --
A Washoe zephyr at play --
The Air the angels breathe --
We burn our possessions --
I ride a bucking horse --
Governing in adversity --
Mountains gorged with wealth --
We go for our share --
I find fool gold --
We join a beggar's revel --
The Carson in flood --
Trailing ourselves in snow --
We drift in oblivion --
Saved but sullen --
The Great landslide case --
Tunneling the air --
I loathe hard labor --
Shadowing rich dreams --
Wonders of Mono Lake --
"Mph! dam' stove heap gone!" --
A "Blind lead" --
to millions! --
When blind led blind. V. II I become city editor --
Boggs gluts his ire --
Mines not worth their "salt" --
Our gold-bearing flour-sack --
A Sixty-thousand-dollar horse --
Scotty Briggs and the parson --
Six-fingered Pete and the other "killers" --
The Official city desperado --
The Right way to deal with pirates --
A fearful and wonderful novel --
Bullion beyond belief --
Jim Blaine and his grandfather's ram --
The Gentle, inoffensive Chinese --
The Glorious flag on Davidson --
Glorious climate of California --
"Well, if it ain't a child!" --
What an earthquake does --
Blucher's banquet by proxy --
Pocket-mining --
The Prejudiced cat --
"Blanketing" the admiral --
Honolulu the beautiful --
Struggling with a horse --
Wiles of the horse-coupers --
Poi is not for every palate --
Playing at empire --
The End of great Kamehameha --
Fauna of the schooner "Boomerang" --
A Horrific letter from Greeley --
Captain Cook was rightly killed --
I guard the fair bathers --
Strange gigantic temple walls --
Kilauea, the pillar of fire --
Down into the crater --
My winning mule-trade --
Markiss, king of liars --
Lecturing, an unexpected success --
The Too practical joke --
Appendix A. Brief sketch of Mormon history --
Appendix B. The Mountain meadows massacre --
Appendix C. Concerning a frightful assassination that was never consummated.
Responsibility: by Mark Twain ...

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