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The Young Alaskans On The Trail

Auhtor: Emerson Hough

Language: english

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Review by Chandler, January 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'The Young Alaskans On The Trail':

Emerson Hough (1857 ? 1923) was an American author best known for writing western stories and historical novels.

Excerpts from the Book 'The Young Alaskans On The Trail':


... fast to camp. None but Wiesacajac can do this thing. 'Now my childrens,' say Wiesacajac, kin'ly, to those boy an' girl, 'you see, there's plenty ...
... moose hides. I'll show you, young gentlemen, lower down this river near the camping places on the shore spruce-trees cut into three-cornered shape. ...
... that? Those game she'll been call platter game. All tam in winter Injun will play those game in hees house-he'll play it here hondred ...
... nature. The three cows, one old and two young ones, stood in full view in the open, at about half the distance of the stag. They plainly saw both ...
... bear country here, said Rob. We must be in the real Rockies now, because the mountains come right down to the river. Good bear country ...
... to reach out and break down the tops of the bushes toward him in his great arms. It was at that instant that the rifle of Alex rang out, and ...
... Cathedral, and saw there engraved in brass the names of men who had done deeds worth commemorating. It is our way in this country also to ...
... then not saying anything further, he rose, took his big buffalo knife from its sheath, and proceeded to finish the distribution of the unfortunate ...
... the lower branches of the tree, and at length managed to slip the noose fairly about the neck of the nearest bird, when he gave it a jerk and brought ...
... know it, but by this tam Wiesacajac has made heem all white, tail an' all. But Cigous he'll smell something cook in the pot, an' he'll say, 'I wonder ...
... side of the hill, and in the course of a few minutes picked up the spoor again when it struck softer ground beyond. They passed on then, moving upward ...
... one on the boat has a rifle, and they say they get bears every trip. I think we had better have our guns ready all the time. They say that old Showan, ...
... his pipe. We make our beds small when we have to carry them in the woods. We sleep well. We get used to it, you see. Injun man she'll ...
... Moise she'll wait till we come, an' she'll like plenty moose meat on his boat. All of which came out as Moise had predicted, for when they ...
... boat. Why not? said Uncle Dick, enthusiastically. I don't know but I'd like a mallard or so for myself, although I can't join you to-night, ...
... first day's journey. The Young Alaskans on the Trail IV. THE GREAT DIVIDE To boys as familiar with camp work as were Rob, John, and Jesse, ...
... see, M'sieu Rob, said Moise, these paddle she'll be all same like fin of those feesh. You'll pull square with heem till she'll get behind you, then ...
... and out of the water, paddling, poling, and tracking, makes a man so tired he doesn't much care about what sort of bed he has. While the others ...
... but he got them to keep on trying, and kept them at their work. Grub pile! sang Moise once more, and a moment later all were gathered again ...
... but there's plenty of time, as we aren't more than a mile from camp. So come ahead. Proceeding in this way they finally did get all their ...