Caleb Conover Railroader
1907. Terhune wrote books about dogs in the 1920s and '30s, and through his books he created a spark of love for dogs in general and for Collies in particular. Terhune also wrote lovingly of Sunnybank, the estate he shared with his wife and with Lad, Bruce, Grey Dawn, and all the other Collies he raised and trained. This is an early book from Terhune that relates the fictional adventures of a railroad man. Contents: Caleb Conover Receives; Caleb Conover Makes a Speech; Caleb Conover Regrets; In Two Camps; A Meeting, An Interruption and a Letter; Caleb Works at Long Range; Caleb Undergoes a Home Evening; Caleb Conover Listens and Answers; A Convention and a Revelation; Anice Intervenes; Caleb Conover Makes Terms; Caleb Conover Fights; The Fourth Messenger of Job; Caleb Conover Loses and Wins; and Dunderberg Solves the Difficulty. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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