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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring history, trades, achievements, science, debate, boating, travel, animals, sports, collections, and hobbies.
"Napoleon Bonaparte: A History Written for boys by the Editor"; "Nita- A Tomboy Soldier: The Last Story Written by the Late G.A. Henty"; "A Boy's Garden in the South" by Dr. Hugo Erichsen; "Some Achievements of Boys" by Robert B. Buckham; "Boy Mechanics and Artisans"; "Pluck and Stone Fence" by Will Lisenbee; "Shorthand in Ten Easy Lessons" by Isaac Pitman; "The American Boy Lyceum"; "Boys in the Home, Church and School; "With the Boys"; "For a Boys' 'Circus'" by J.C. Beard; "The Wreck of the "Winsome Winny" by J. Oliver Curwood; "The Boy Photographer"; "A Double Surprise" by Morris Wade; "Fine Deeds by Brave Boys-Horatio Nelson" by H. Irving King; "At the Conchos- William Murray Graydon"; "Saurians and Alligator Tales" by R.G. Robinson; "A Young Naturalist" by Loveday A. Nelson; "Boys in Games and Sport"; "The Boy Stamp, Coin and Curio Collector"; "Bill's Little Joke" by L.R. Ginilliat; "An Evening of Magic" by John Northern Hilliard; "Our Big Round World";
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Soldiers, Gardening, Debate, Sailing, Photography, Mexico, Alligators, Stamp collecting, Magic
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, March 1903" (1903). The American Boy. 13.