The Border Boys Along the St. Lawrence

      John Henry Goldfrap / Young Adult
The Border Boys Along the St. Lawrence

John Henry Goldfrap (1879 – November 21, 1917) was a North American journalist and author of boys' books, participating in the "American series phenomenon." Two of North American author John Henry Goldfrap's westerns for boys are bound together in this Kindle edition: The Border Boys on the Trail and The Border Boys Across The Frontier The Border Boys on the Trail The boys visit New Mexico and along the way encounter a motley crowd of cowboys, Mexicans and blanketed Indians. The Border Boys Across The Frontier The sequel to The Border Boys on the Trail continues the adventures of Ralph Stetson, a good deal browner and sturdier-looking than when we last encountered him, ranch boy Walt Phelps and Coyote Pete, as angular, rangy and sinewy as ever. Includes vintage illustration!
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    The Border Boys with the Texas Rangers

      John Henry Goldfrap / Young Adult
The Border Boys with the Texas Rangers

• Two westerns for boys by John H. Goldfrap are in this Kindle eBook: The Border Boys with the Texas Rangers & The Border Boys Across the FrontierThe Border Boys With the Texas Rangers -- The boys meet "The men who could not be stampeded" in this action-adventure classic.The Border Boys Across The Frontier - The adventures of Ralph Stetson, ranch boy Walt Phelps and Coyote Pete, as angular, rangy and sinewy as ever. About The Author John Henry Goldfrap was a journalist and author of boys' books, participating in the "American series phenomenon." He always wrote under pseudonyms. The Border Boys series (six volumes, 1911–1914) were written under the pen name Fremont B. Deering.
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    The Border Boys with the Mexican Rangers

      John Henry Goldfrap / Young Adult
The Border Boys with the Mexican Rangers

An Imprudent BearRuggles—The DerelictJack's AdventureA Battle RoyalCaught in a TrapAn Exciting QuestThe CloudburstAdrift on the DesertThe Lone RanchoAfter MidnightTrappedThe Gringoes MoveSenorita AlveradoEl FiestaBy Fair Means or FoulA Border Boy ErrantThe Trail of the Trembling MountainBlack Ramon's TrickeryWhat Coyote DidWith the Mexican RangersThe Captain Plays a TrickThe Dwelling of a Vanished RaceThe Heart of the MysteryThe Death Trap
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    The Ocean Wireless Boys on the Pacific

      John Henry Goldfrap / Young Adult
The Ocean Wireless Boys on the Pacific

Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.
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    The Motor Rangers' Wireless Station

      John Henry Goldfrap / Young Adult
The Motor Rangers Wireless Station

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.
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    The Boy Aviators in Record Flight; Or, The Rival Aeroplane

      John Henry Goldfrap / Young Adult
The Boy Aviators in Record Flight; Or, The Rival Aeroplane

John Henry Goldfrap (1879 – November 21, 1917) was a North American journalist and author of boys' books, participating in the "American series phenomenon." He always wrote under pseudonyms. THE BOY AVIATORS IN RECORD FLIGHT; or, The Rival Aeroplane -- "The story deals with aerial contests for a big prize offered by newspapers to fly from New York across the continent and the hairbreadth escapes encountered." -- 1910. Hurst.
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    The Ocean Wireless Boys on the Atlantic

      John Henry Goldfrap / Young Adult
The Ocean Wireless Boys on the Atlantic

ack Ready was making his way home. He was a tall, well-set-up lad of sixteen, and when in a good mood was a wholesome, cheerful-looking youngster.But now, as he trudged along the rough, deeply rutted road that skirted the crowded wharves and slips of the Erie Basin, his attitude toward life was anything but amiable.“It just seems as if I get turned down everywhere,” he muttered to himself as he turned aside to avoid a big automobile truck that was rumbling away from a squat, ugly-looking tank steamer lying at a dock not far off. “Too young, they all say. If only I could get a chance at a wireless key, I’d show them, but—Oh! what’s the use! It’s me for a shore berth till I’m old enough to try again, I guess. Hullo, what’s the matter over there?”His attention had been caught by a sudden stir on the dock alongside the home-looking “tank.” She was a type of oil carrier familiar to the boy, as many vessels of a similar sort docked in the Erie Basin, New York’s biggest laying-up place for freight ships. This particular craft was black and powerful looking, with two pole masts bristling with derricks, and a tall funnel right astern painted black, with a red top.But it was not the appearance of the steamer that interested the boy. It was a sudden rush and stir on the wharf alongside that had arrested his steps.
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