Uncle Tom Andy Bill: A Story of Bears and Indian Treasure

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Indiana University Press, 1922 - Fiction - 344 pages
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"... vintage early-twentieth-century romantic literature." --Indiana Magazine of History

Originally published in 1908, Uncle Tom Andy Bill relates the boisterous boyhood adventures of the narrator, Thomas Andrew William Addison. By the author of The Bears of Blue River.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I BY THE FIRESIDE
1
THE WOLVES AND THE POWDER KEG
27
WYANDOTTE THE INDIAN
58
A BEAR FIGHT IN A SNOWDRIFT
76
LOST IN THE WOODS
94
THE STORY OF BLUE VIOLET
109
THE FLOOD AND THE MOTHER BEAR
133
LOST IN THE CAVE
164
THE ROBBERS IN THE SWAMP
208
A CHRISTMAS DINNER IN THE WOODS
249
WYANDOTTE ONCE MORE
280
SEARCH FOR THE TREASURE
314
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About the author (1922)

CHARLES MAJOR was born in Indianapolis in 1856. He became a lawyer and remained in Indiana but also became a major turn-of-the-century literary figure. The author of numerous books, he is best known for When Knighthood Was in Flower and The Bears of Blue River.

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