STEVE AND THE STEAM ENGINE

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Overview

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE

I An Unpremeditated Folly 1

II A Meeting with an Old Friend 19

III A Second Calamity 34

IV The Story of the First Railroad 51

V Steve Learns a Sad Lesson 67

VI Mr. Tolman's Second Yarn 77

VII A Holiday Journey 94

VIII New York and What Happened There 110

IX An Astounding Calamity 125

X An Evening of Adventure 145

XI The Crossing of the Country 156

XII New Problems 169

XIII Dick Makes His Second Appearance 178

XIV A Steamboat Trip by Rail 192

XV The Romance of the Clipper Ship 205

XVI Again the Magic Door Opens 216

XVII More Steamboating 224

XVIII A Thanksgiving Tragedy 238

XIX The End of the House Party 248


STEVE AND THE STEAM ENGINE

CHAPTER I

AN UNPREMEDITATED FOLLY


Steve Tolman had done a wrong thing and he knew it.

While his father, mother, and sister Doris had been absent in New York
for a week-end visit and Havens, the chauffeur, was ill at the hospital,
the boy had taken the big six-cylinder car from the garage without
anybody's permission and carried a crowd of his friends to Torrington to
a football game. And that was not the worst of it, either. At the foot
of the long hill leading into the village the mighty leviathan so
unceremoniously borrowed had come to a halt, refusing to move another
inch, and Stephen now sat helplessly in it, awaiting the aid his
comrades had promised to send back from the town.

What an ignominious climax to what had promised to be a royal holiday!
Steve scowled with chagrin and disappointment.

The catastrophe served him right. Unquestionably he should not have
taken the car without asking. He had never run it all by himself before,
although many times he had driven it when either his father or Havens
had been at his elbow. It had gone all right then. What reason had he to
suppose a mishap would befall him when they were not by? It was
infernally hard luck!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013313668
  • Publisher: SAP
  • Publication date: 10/16/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 156 KB

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