The Boarded-Up House

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Inside a crumbling mansion, a hidden stairway leads to a locked room that holds a message from the past. Best friends Joyce and Cynthia have always been fascinated by the huge Colonial with a pair of round windows resembling eyes. When Goliath the cat disappears inside the boarded-up house, the girls follow, uncovering the key to a very old secret.
Readers who love the Nancy Drew adventures will cherish this tale of two teenage sleuths and their exciting investigation of a ...

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Inside a crumbling mansion, a hidden stairway leads to a locked room that holds a message from the past. Best friends Joyce and Cynthia have always been fascinated by the huge Colonial with a pair of round windows resembling eyes. When Goliath the cat disappears inside the boarded-up house, the girls follow, uncovering the key to a very old secret.
Readers who love the Nancy Drew adventures will cherish this tale of two teenage sleuths and their exciting investigation of a mystery that dates back to the Civil War. The first book in Augusta Huiell Seaman's sought-after series, The Boarded-Up House offers intriguing glimpses of American life from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Dover (2014) republication of the edition published by The Century Co., New York, 1915.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780486781884
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 11/19/2014
  • Pages: 224

Meet the Author


Augusta Huiell Seaman (1879–1950) graduated from New York City's Normal College (later Hunter College) in 1900. A resident of Island Beach, New Jersey, she held various local government offices including Borough Clerk, Tax Collector, and Borough Registrar. She wrote several children's mysteries and works of historical fiction.
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