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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring adventure, history, business, work ethic, warfare, gardening, government, humor, crafts, and education.
"The Syndicated Foot" by Joseph Blethen; "Napoleon Bonaparte: A History Written for Boys"; "From Street to Store" by E.E. Youmans; "Nita- A Tomboy Soldier: The Last Story Written by the Late Henty" by The American Boy; "A Boy's Garden in the North" by Hugo Erichsen; "Joe Jolly Boy"; "The Young Man's Administration" by Waldon Fawcett; "A Page of Fun and Brain Gymnastics"; "Pluck and a Stone Fence" by Will Lisenbee; "Boys as Money Makers: Technical Education the Best Asset" by George Ethelbert Walsh; "Boys in the Home, Church and School"; "Fine Deeds by Brave Boys: No. 2- David Glasgow Farragut" by H. Irving King; "Shorthand in Ten Easy Lessons" by Isaac Pitman; "With the Boys"; "Eskimos Have Good Games" by H. Irving King; "A Noble Rescue: by William Murray Graydon; "A Famous Pony and a Famous Ride" by General Charles King, U.S.V.; "Captain Nolan's Boy" by Julia K. Hildreth; "For a Boys' 'Circus'" by J.C. Beard; "The American Boy Lyceum"; "Uncle Sam, the Bearer of Tidings" by J.W.M.; "The Boy Stamp, Coin & Curio Collector"; "Boys and Animals";
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Puget Sound (Wash.), Camping, Sailing, Napoleon Bonaparte (1761-1821), Business, Work ethic, Soldiers, Gardening, Federal government, Technical education, Sailors, Debating, Stamp collecting, Animals
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, April 1903" (1903). The American Boy. 11.