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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring history, hobbies, contests, fishing, money, adventure, sports, and crafts.
"Napoleon Bonaparte: A History Written for Boys by the Editor"; "Alstyne's Victory" by Margaret A. Richard; "Lafayette, the Brave and True Friend of Liberty" by M.G. Spratley; "Boys in the Home, Church and School"; "With Uncle Sam's Fisherman" by J. Olivier Curwood; "An American Barony"; "With the Boys"; "The Agassiz Association"; "Caught by Flames" by William Murray Graydon; "Boys and the Garden"; "How We Boys Went Wild-Westing" by Mattie M. Boteler; "The Widow's Valentine" by Nelson Roberts; "Boys Books Reviewed"; "Mr. Butler's Defender" by Rodney Burton; "Pluck and a Stone Fence" by Will Lisenbee; "The Industrious Queen" by Frank H. Sweet; "Boys as Money Makers and Money Savers"; "Boys in Games and Sport"; "The Boy Stamp, Coin and Curio Collector; "Boys of the Past; Men of the Present" by Crittenden Marriot; "Top or Bottom-Which? A Study of the Factors Which Most Contribute to the Success of Young Men" by Archer Brown of Rogers, Brown & Co.; "How to Build an Ice Yacht" by A. Neely Hall.
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Writing, Contests, Fishing, Great Lakes (North America), Fires, Gardening, Valentine's Day, Money, Sports, Stamp collecting
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, February 1903" (1903). The American Boy. 1.