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This issue contains stories for boys featuring exploration, scouting, warfare, innovation, farming, and science.
"Friendly Talks with the Editor"; "Into the Far North" by Charles Frederic Murphy; "Somewhere in Pants" by Charles Tenney Jackson; "The Most Interesting Boy I Ever Knew" by Sir Robert Baden-Powell, K.C.B.; "Eddycation and Silas Blodget" by Harold Titus; "The Stow and the Stoker" by Elmer C. Adams; "Red Legs: Bob Hurd in Battle Before Namur" by Donal Hamilton Haines; "Boys who used their brains: Afred H. Smith, Who found that push was better than pull" by Judson D. Stuart; "With the French Senegalais" by Arthur A. Daily; "The Liner's Herd" by T.S. Stribling; "The 'Bum Wing' Fights" by C.H. Claudy; "Mark Tidd, Editor" by Clarence B. Kelland; "Dan Beard's Page: How to Make Torches and Caches"; "Your Coal Shovel A Weapon of War" by M.L. Stephenson; "Every Boy Should Buy War Stamps"; "Into the National Army" by William Heyliger; "For the boys to Make" by A. Neely Hall; "Money in Poultry for Boys" by Otis Crane; "Stamps in the Day's News" by Randolph Quayle; "Novel Inventions and Natural Wonders";
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Arctic, Icebergs, Inuit, French Quarter (New Orleans, La.), Baron Robert Baden-Powell (1857-1941), Boy Scouts, Battles, Work ethic, West Africa, Cattle industry, United States. Fuel Administration, Coal, War stams, Camp Dix (N.J.), Basic training (Military education), Stamps
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, January 1918" (1918). The American Boy. 17.