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Harper's Young People, February 22, 1881 An Illustrated Weekly

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  • HOW THE PENNANT WAS WON.
  • AN ICE-BOAT STORY.
  • BITS OF ADVICE.
    • GOING TO A PARTY.
  • POPPING CORN.
  • THE WEEPING-WILLOW.
  • THE GAME OF "BUFFALO."
    • [Begun in No. 58 of Harper's Young People, December 7.]
  • TOBY TYLER;
    • OR, TEN WEEKS WITH A CIRCUS.
    • Chapter XI.
    • A STORMY NIGHT.
      • [to be continued.]
    • [to be continued.]
  • THE STORY OF THE DIGITS, AND WHAT THEY REPRESENT.
  • THE TALL PINE.
    • A STORY FOR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY.
      • George Washington:
      • First in War, first in Peace, and first in the Hearts of his Countrymen.
    • George Washington:
    • First in War, first in Peace, and first in the Hearts of his Countrymen.
  • "ROMEO AND JULIET."
  • SEA-BREEZES.
    • BESSIE MAYNARD TO HER DOLL.
  • A SAILOR'S WIFE.
    • [Begun in Harper's Young People No. 66, February 1.]
  • PHIL'S FAIRIES.
    • Author of "Princess Idleways," etc.
    • Chapter IV.
    • A PROMISE OF BETTER TIMES.
      • [to be continued.]
    • [to be continued.]
  • PINAFORE RHYMES.
    • PUZZLES FROM YOUNG CONTRIBUTORS.
    • No. 1.
    • HALF-SQUARE.
    • No. 2.
    • ENIGMA.
    • No. 3.
    • ZIGZAGS—(To Bolus).
    • No. 4.
    • DIAMOND—(To our Young Contributors).
    • No. 5.
    • Charade—(To Zelotes).
    • ANSWERS TO PUZZLES IN No. 66.
    • No. 1.
    • No. 2.
    • No. 3.
    • No. 4.
    • No. 5.
  • HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE.
  • THE GAME OF KANGAROO.
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