The End of Nana Sahib: The Steam House
This story is dated a few years after the Indian Mutiny. A party of men travel many miles in a wonderful moving house, drawn by a marvelous steam elephant. Their many adventures, and the doings of Nana Sahib, the fiend of the Mutiny and his final overthrow, are very exciting.
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The Steam House. An invitation to tour India in a most unusual vehicle - a steam powered ‘house’ shaped like an elephant that will carry the guests of the ...
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