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Author Name:    NIVEN, Frederick

Title:   Lost Cabin Mine. Grosset & Dunlap Reprint

Publisher:    Grosset & Dunlap , New York, 1925, 

Seller ID:   109676

NIVEN, Frederick. The Lost Cabin Mine. New York : Grosset & Dunlap, Publishers, n.d. [circa 1925?]. Pp (4),[v]-vi,(2),1-312. 8vo, red cloth, with black lettering & small illustration on spine and front. Watters p.353; Rhodenizer pp.747-748. A reprint of the 1908 Dodd-Mead edition. Chapters : 1. Introduces "The Apache Kid" with whom Later I become Acquainted; 2. Mr. Laughlin Tells the Story up to Date; 3. Mr. Laughlin’s Prophecy is Fulfilled; 4. ITake my Life in my Hands; 5. I Agree to "Keep the Peace" in a New Sense; 6 . Farewell to Baker City; 7. The Man with the Red Head; 8. What Befell at the Half-Way House; 9. First Blood; 10. In the Enemy’s Camp; 11. How it was Dark in the Sunlight; 12. I am Held as a Hostage; 13. In which Apache Kid Behaves in his Wonted Way; 14. Apache Kid Prophesies; 15. In which the Tables are Turned—at Some Cost; 16. Sounds in the Forest; 17. The Coming of MikeCanlan; 18. The Lost Cabin is Found; 19. Canlan Hears Voices; 20. Compensa tion; 21. Re-enter—The Sheriff of Baker City; 22. The Mud-Slide; 23. The Sheriff Changes his Opinion; 24. For Fear of Judge Lynch; 25. The Making of aPublic Hero; 26. Apache Kid Makes a Speech; 27. The Beginning of the End; 28. Apache Kid Behaves Strangely at the Half-Way House to Kettle; 29. So-Long; 30. And Last Stain to bottom inch of the fore-edge, else very good. 20.00


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