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A Typical American Charles Eugene Banks, Le Roy Armstrong. FRED LOCKLEY
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Success of His First Work, “Naval War of 1812,” “Winning of the West,” “The
Strenuous Life and other Essays,'' ''Oliver Cromwell.” A Voluminous Writer.
CHAPTER VIII.— Home LIFE AND RELIGIOUS TENDENCIES 153 Romance of
Events move fast in the West; but this generation has been forced to see that they
move even faster in the oldest East. Our interests are as great in the Pacific as in
the Atlantic, in the Hawaiian Islands as in the West Indies. Merely for the ...
His mother was from Georgia, and he himself was a cowboy in the West. One of
his uncles was a commodore in the Confederate navy, and he recently remarked
that more than half of the Rough Riders were the sons of men who fought in the ...
He loved to revel in books of adventure, and knew the story of his own land and
those of modern western Europe, from repeated reading. But he had resolutely
devoted himself to the less attractive studies—being aided, no doubt, by the rigid
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I did not finish this book, and the first sentence from the first chapter may give you an idea why. "Restless as the sea his forefathers sailed to reach the new world; active as the soil that answered ... Read full review