3 edition of Anthony Wayne, daring boy. found in the catalog.
Anthony Wayne, daring boy.
|Statement||Illustrated by Paul Laune.|
|Series||Childhood of famous Americans series|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S8467 Ap|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||48008457|
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Anthony Wayne Daring Boy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Anthony Wayne: Daring Boy on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As part of the Childhood of Famous Americans this biography of Anthony Wayne, a prominent military and state figure Anthony Wayne the time of the American Revolution and the founding of the United States.
These books were used commonly in the mid 20th century classrooms and have populated library Manufacturer: The Bobbs-Merrill Company. Get this from a library. Anthony Wayne, daring boy. [Augusta Stevenson; Paul Laune] -- The boyhood story of Anthony Wayne who was a general along with George Washington in.
Get this from a library. Anthony Wayne, daring boy. [Augusta Stevenson; Gray Morrow] -- The childhood of the courageous American officer in the Revolution who was the hero of the recapture of Stony Point and wintered at Valley Forge. Anthony Wayne Daring Boy Hardcover – January 1, by Augusta Stevenson (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Augusta Stevenson. Young Anthony Wayne climbed on top of the barricade—triumphant, waving his grandfather's old rusty sword.
Indians had chased him through the rooms of his grandfather's stone house. Now with his cornstalk gun he had shot them dead on the staircase. It didn't matter that the. I stumbled across a used book in a library clearance sale; “Anthony Wayne: Daring boy.
book Boy.” It was part of a series called “Childhood of Famous Americans” and I think many were written by an author named Augusta Stevenson. I’d guess they are about % fictional and definitely reflect a 50s worldview; but I really enjoyed these books as a kid, and now I’m.
Anthony Wayne (January 1, – Decem ) was a United States Army officer and statesman. He adopted a military career at the outset of the American Revolutionary War, where his military exploits and fiery personality quickly earned him promotion to brigadier general and the nickname "Mad Anthony".He later served as the Senior Officer of the Army on the Ohio Political party: Anti-Administration party.
Buy a cheap copy of Anthony Wayne Daring Boy book by Augusta Stevenson. Free shipping over $ Wayne family papers include: Chester County survey by Anthony Wayne, ; the Wayne farm book, ; miscellaneous manuscripts of Issac Wayne, Papers:2 volumes.
A manuscript copy of original orderly book 24 May Octoberattributed to Anthony Wayne with headquarters at Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
Anthony Padilla on Old vs NEW YOUTUBE, GF Reveal, & Our Sneaky Tricks | Ep. 20 A Conversation With - Duration: A Conversation Withviews The American soldier Anthony Wayne was born in the township of Easttown, Chester county, Pennsylvania, on the 1st of Januaryof a Yorkshire family.
As a boy he exhibited a marked bent toward a military life. He was educated in Philadelphia, and was a surveyor in Pennsylvania and () in Nova Scotia, where he was agent for a proposed : Anthony Wayne Daring Boy. Augusta Stevenson.
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Munsell, (ed.), Wayne's Orderly Book of the Northern Army at Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Independence (Albany, ) Boyer, A Journal of Wayne's Campaign (Cincinnati, ) William Clark, A Journal of Major-General Anthony Wayne's Campaign against the Shawnee Indians (MSS.
owned by R. Ballard Thruston). WAYNE, ANTHONY (), American soldier, was born in the township of Easttown, Chester county, Pennsylvania, on the 1st of Januaryof a Yorkshire family.
As a boy he exhibited a marked bent toward a military life. He was educated in Philadelphia, and was a surveyor in Pennsylvania and () in Nova Scotia, where he was agent for a. Author of Children's classics in dramatic form, George Washington, boy leader, Wilbur and Orville Wright, boys with wings, Clara Barton, Paul Revere, boy of old Boston, Abe Lincoln, frontier boy, Daniel Boone, boy hunter, Clara Barton, girl nurse.
Lost in the Backwoods. Loose covers. Ends on with missing pages. Missing front and back end pages, title page is missing most of it. Last page is damaged too. Pages /26 missing. Please check out pictures and ask any questions before buying. I charge tax for NYS buyers only. I try my best to accurately describe all listings and can combine shipping on most Rating: % positive.
Wayne State University's annual Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute will take place Tuesday, Janu at the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center. The Tribute brings together the metro Detroit community to celebrate and honor the life a.
The Childhood of Famous Americans series was published from the 's through the 's. Each book has an easy-to-read story about a boy or girl who grows up to be famous as an inventor, statesman, nurse, doctor, explorer, or some other worthy occupation.
Thomas Paine, common sense boy (Childhood of famous Americans) by Elisabeth P. Myers: Vincent Lombardi: Anthony Wayne: Daring Boy by Augusta Stevenson: StruggleForIndependence: Ben Franklin: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion.
Anthony Wayne Van Leer [View Portrait] was born 8/3/ in Dickson County, Tennessee. He came to Fannin County, TX with his parents as a young boy. After the Civil War, he graduated from Carlton College in Bonham.
He was a teacher in Bonham and Gainesville. Anthony suffered from exposure during the Civil War, returning home in ill health. A janitor's son is bullied by rich kids.
So his father comes up with a plan | The Perfect Gooseys - Duration: Omel, views. There are a couple good books about Wayne. One is by Paul David Nelson, "Anthony Wayne." A very recent book "Autumn of the Black Snake" by William Hogeland is mostly about the Battle of Fallen Timbers and the lead-up to it.
This book has a much more sympathetic view of the Indians defending their land against the settlers.