Gateway to the Classics: Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston
Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by  Edward Eggleston

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Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans
by Edward Eggleston
Very simply told stories of warriors, statesmen, explorers, scientists, inventors, men and women of letters, and others. Featured are Marquette in Iowa, Penn and the Indians, Thomas Smith and the beginning of rice culture in South Carolina, Franklin and the ants, Putnam and the wolf, and dozens of other stories.  Ages 7-9
156 pages $11.95   

Table of Contents

Front Matter

The First Governor in Boston
Marquette in Iowa
Indian Pictures
William Penn and the Indians
One Little Bag of Rice
The Story of a Wise Woman
Franklin His Own Teacher
How Franklin Found Out Things
Franklin Asks the Sunshine Something
Franklin and the Kite
Franklin's Whistle
John Stark and the Indians
A Great Good Man
Putnam and the Wolf
Washington and His Hatchet
How Benny West Learned To Be a Painter
Washington's Christmas Gift
How Washington Got Out of a Trap
Washington's Last Battle
Marion's Tower
Clark and His Men
Daniel Boone and His Grapevine Swing
Daniel Boone's Daughter and Her Friends
Decatur and the Pirates
Stories about Jefferson
A Long Journey
Captain Clark's Burning Glass
Quicksilver Bob
The First Steamboat
Washington Irving as a Boy
Don't Give up the Ship
The Star-Spangled Banner
How Audubon Came To Know about Birds
Audubon in the Wild Woods
Hunting a Panther
Some Boys Who Became Authors
Daniel Webster and His Brother
Webster and the Poor Woman
The India-Rubber Man
Doctor Kane in the Frozen Sea
A Dinner on the Ice
Doctor Kane Gets Out of the Frozen Sea
Longfellow as a Boy
Kit Carson and the Bears
Horace Greeley as a Boy
Horace Greeley Learning To Print
A Wonderful Woman
The Author of "Little Women"

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