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The Trail of the Axe by Ridgwell Cullum 1910 George W Jacobs

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1910

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

George W. Jacobs

Author:

Ridgwell Cullum

Topic:

Fiction

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The Trail of the Axe by Ridgwell Cullum 1910 George W Jacobs The Trail of the Axe Ridgwell Cullum A Story of the Red Sand Valley Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs and Co. Copyright 1910 422 pages Color frontispiece by Clarence T. Underwood The pages are tanned, there are no names or any other markings in the book. The front hinge is cracked and the binding is weakened. The cover is scuffed, has a small amount of edge wear and fading and there is some light creasing on the spine. Acceptable. Hardcover. Chapter 1: Dave was thirty-two, but looked forty; for, in moulding his great, strong, ugly face, Nature had been less than kind to him. It is probable, from his earliest, Dave had never looked less than ten years older than he really was. Observing him closely, one had the impression that Nature had set herself the task of equipping him for a tremendous struggle in the battle of life; as though she had determined to make him invincible. Presuming this to have been her purpose, she set to work with a liberal hand. She gave him a big heart, doubtless wishing him to be strong to fight and of a great courage, yet with a wonderful sympathy for the beaten foe. (#0000995)
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