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Young Auctioneers (Classic Reprint)

Young Auctioneers (Classic Reprint)

by Edward Stratemeyer
     
 

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Excerpt from Young Auctioneers

"The Young Auctioneers" forms the initial volume of a line of juvenile stories called "The Working Upward Series."

The tale is complete in itself, and tells of the adventures of a homeless, although not a penniless youth, who strikes up an acquaintanceship with another young fellow experienced as an auctioneer. The two purchase a

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Excerpt from Young Auctioneers

"The Young Auctioneers" forms the initial volume of a line of juvenile stories called "The Working Upward Series."

The tale is complete in itself, and tells of the adventures of a homeless, although not a penniless youth, who strikes up an acquaintanceship with another young fellow experienced as an auctioneer. The two purchase a horse and wagon, stock up with goods, and take to the road. The partners pass through a number of more or less trying experiences, and the younger lad is continually on the lookout for his father, who has broken out of an asylum while partly deranged in mind over the loss of his wife and his fortune.

I have endeavored in this tale to give a faithful picture of life among a certain class of traveling salesmen who are but little known to the world at large, especially to those who inhabit our large cities.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781331602408
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/17/2015
Pages:
326
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.68(d)

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