The American Boy



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The Sprague Publishing Co.

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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


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The American Boy, April 1903



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