The Dog Crusoe and his Master
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The Dog Crusoe and his Master

By R. M. (Robert Michael) Ballantyne
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  • R.M. Ballantyne
  • "The Dog Crusoe and his Master"
    • Chapter One.
      • The Backwoods Settlement—Crusoe’s Parentage and Early History—The agonising pains and sorrows of his puppyhood, and other interesting matters.
    • The Backwoods Settlement—Crusoe’s Parentage and Early History—The agonising pains and sorrows of his puppyhood, and other interesting matters.
    • Chapter Two.
      • A shooting match and its consequences—New friends introduced to the reader—Crusoe and his mother change masters.
    • A shooting match and its consequences—New friends introduced to the reader—Crusoe and his mother change masters.
    • Chapter Three.
      • Speculative remarks with which the reader may or may not agree—An old woman—Hopes and wishes commingled with hard facts—The dog Crusoe’s education begun.
    • Speculative remarks with which the reader may or may not agree—An old woman—Hopes and wishes commingled with hard facts—The dog Crusoe’s education begun.
    • Chapter Four.
      • Our hero enlarged upon—Grumps.
    • Our hero enlarged upon—Grumps.
    • Chapter Five.
      • A mission of peace—Unexpected joys—Dick and Crusoe set off for the land of the Red-skins, and meet with adventures by the way as a matter of course—Night in the wild woods.
    • A mission of peace—Unexpected joys—Dick and Crusoe set off for the land of the Red-skins, and meet with adventures by the way as a matter of course—Night in the wild woods.
    • Chapter Six.
      • The great prairies of the “far west”—A remarkable colony discovered, and a miserable night endured.
    • The great prairies of the “far west”—A remarkable colony discovered, and a miserable night endured.
    • Chapter Seven.
      • The “wallering” peculiarities of buffalo bulls—The first buffalo hunt and its consequences—Crusoe comes to the rescue—Pawnees discovered—A monster buffalo hunt—Joe acts the part of ambassador.
    • The “wallering” peculiarities of buffalo bulls—The first buffalo hunt and its consequences—Crusoe comes to the rescue—Pawnees discovered—A monster buffalo hunt—Joe acts the part of ambassador.
    • Chapter Eight.
      • Dick and his friends visit the Indians and see many wonders—Crusoe, too, experiences a few surprises and teaches Indian dogs a lesson—An Indian dandy—A foot-race.
    • Dick and his friends visit the Indians and see many wonders—Crusoe, too, experiences a few surprises and teaches Indian dogs a lesson—An Indian dandy—A foot-race.
    • Chapter Nine.
      • Crusoe acts a conspicuous and humane part—A friend gained—A great feast.
    • Crusoe acts a conspicuous and humane part—A friend gained—A great feast.
    • Chapter Ten.
      • Perplexities—Our hunters plan their escape—Unexpected interruption—The tables turned—Crusoe mounts guard—The escape.
    • Perplexities—Our hunters plan their escape—Unexpected interruption—The tables turned—Crusoe mounts guard—The escape.
    • Chapter Eleven.
      • Evening meditations and morning reflections—Buffaloes, badgers, antelopes, and accidents—An old bull and the wolves—“Mad-tails”—Henri floored, etcetera.
    • Evening meditations and morning reflections—Buffaloes, badgers, antelopes, and accidents—An old bull and the wolves—“Mad-tails”—Henri floored, etcetera.
    • Chapter Twelve.
      • Wanderings on the prairie—A war-party—Chased by Indians—A bold leap for life.
    • Wanderings on the prairie—A war-party—Chased by Indians—A bold leap for life.
    • Chapter Thirteen.
      • Escape from Indians—A discovery—Alone in the desert.
    • Escape from Indians—A discovery—Alone in the desert.
    • Chapter Fourteen.
      • Crusoe’s return and his private adventures among the Indians—Dick at a very low ebb—Crusoe saves him.
    • Crusoe’s return and his private adventures among the Indians—Dick at a very low ebb—Crusoe saves him.
    • Chapter Fifteen.
      • Health and happiness return—Incidents of the journey—A buffalo shot—A wild horse “creased”—Dick’s battle with a mustang.
    • Health and happiness return—Incidents of the journey—A buffalo shot—A wild horse “creased”—Dick’s battle with a mustang.
    • Chapter Sixteen.
      • Dick becomes a horse tamer—Resumes his journey—Charlie’s doings—Misfortunes which lead to, but do not terminate in, the Rocky Mountains—A grizzly bear.
    • Dick becomes a horse tamer—Resumes his journey—Charlie’s doings—Misfortunes which lead to, but do not terminate in, the Rocky Mountains—A grizzly bear.
    • Chapter Seventeen.
      • Dick’s first fight with a grizzly—Adventure with a deer—A surprise.
    • Dick’s first fight with a grizzly—Adventure with a deer—A surprise.
    • Chapter Eighteen.
      • A surprise and a piece of good news—The fur-traders—Crusoe proved, and the Peigans pursued.
    • A surprise and a piece of good news—The fur-traders—Crusoe proved, and the Peigans pursued.
    • Chapter Nineteen.
      • Adventures with the Peigans—Crusoe does good service as a discoverer—The savages outwitted—The rescue.
    • Adventures with the Peigans—Crusoe does good service as a discoverer—The savages outwitted—The rescue.
    • Chapter Twenty.
      • New plans—Our travellers join the fur-traders, and see many strange things—A curious fight—A narrow escape, and a prisoner taken.
    • New plans—Our travellers join the fur-traders, and see many strange things—A curious fight—A narrow escape, and a prisoner taken.
    • Chapter Twenty One.
      • Wolves attack the horses, and Cameron circumvents the wolves—A bear-hunt, in which Henri shines conspicuous—Joe and the “Natter-list”—An alarm—A surprise and a capture.
    • Wolves attack the horses, and Cameron circumvents the wolves—A bear-hunt, in which Henri shines conspicuous—Joe and the “Natter-list”—An alarm—A surprise and a capture.
    • Chapter Twenty Two.
      • Charlie’s adventures with savages and bears—Trapping life.
    • Charlie’s adventures with savages and bears—Trapping life.
    • Chapter Twenty Three.
      • Savage sports—Living cataracts—An alarm—Indians and their doings—The stampedo—Charlie again.
    • Savage sports—Living cataracts—An alarm—Indians and their doings—The stampedo—Charlie again.
    • Chapter Twenty Four.
      • Plans and prospects—Dick becomes home-sick, and Henri metaphysical—The Indians attack the camp—A blow-up.
    • Plans and prospects—Dick becomes home-sick, and Henri metaphysical—The Indians attack the camp—A blow-up.
    • Chapter Twenty Five.
      • Dangers of the prairie—Our travellers attacked by Indians, and delivered in a remarkable manner.
    • Dangers of the prairie—Our travellers attacked by Indians, and delivered in a remarkable manner.
    • Chapter Twenty Six.
      • Anxious fears followed by a joyful surprise—Safe home at last, and happy hearts.
    • Anxious fears followed by a joyful surprise—Safe home at last, and happy hearts.
    • Chapter Twenty Seven.
      • Rejoicings—The feast at the block-house—Grumps and Crusoe come out strong—The closing scene.
      • The End.
    • Rejoicings—The feast at the block-house—Grumps and Crusoe come out strong—The closing scene.
    • The End.
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