Betty at Fort Blizzard
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Betty at Fort Blizzard

By Molly Elliot Seawell
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Betty at Fort Blizzard, by Molly Elliot Seawell, Illustrated by Edmund Frederick
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • [Frontispiece: Anita walked down the stairs and came face to face with Broussard and Mrs. Lawrence. (missing from book)]
    • [Frontispiece: Anita walked down the stairs and came face to face with Broussard and Mrs. Lawrence. (missing from book)]
  • BETTY AT FORT BLIZZARD
    • By
    • MOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL
      • AUTHOR OF "BETTY'S VIRGINIA CHRISTMAS," "PAPA BOUCHARD," "THE JUGGLERS," "LITTLE JARVIS," ETC.
      • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS IN COLOR AND FROM PEN DRAWINGS BY EDMUND FREDERICK
      • PHILADELPHIA & LONDON J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY 1916
        • TO ELEANOR T. WOOD THE GENTLE LADY WHOSE PATH THROUGH LIFE IS RADIANT WITH GOOD DEEDS THIS BOOK IS INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR
      • TO ELEANOR T. WOOD THE GENTLE LADY WHOSE PATH THROUGH LIFE IS RADIANT WITH GOOD DEEDS THIS BOOK IS INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR
    • AUTHOR OF "BETTY'S VIRGINIA CHRISTMAS," "PAPA BOUCHARD," "THE JUGGLERS," "LITTLE JARVIS," ETC.
    • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS IN COLOR AND FROM PEN DRAWINGS BY EDMUND FREDERICK
    • PHILADELPHIA & LONDON J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY 1916
      • TO ELEANOR T. WOOD THE GENTLE LADY WHOSE PATH THROUGH LIFE IS RADIANT WITH GOOD DEEDS THIS BOOK IS INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR
    • TO ELEANOR T. WOOD THE GENTLE LADY WHOSE PATH THROUGH LIFE IS RADIANT WITH GOOD DEEDS THIS BOOK IS INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • IN COLOR
      • Anita Walked Down the Stairs and Came Face to Face with Broussard and Mrs. Lawrence . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • Broussard Lifted Gamechick by the Bridle and the Next Moment Cleared Both Mare and Girl
      • The Last Glimpse Broussard Had of Anita Was, As She Stood, Her Arm About Gamechick's Neck
      • "This Was Enclosed in a Letter to Me From Mr. Broussard," said the Colonel
      • FROM PEN DRAWINGS
      • The Black Mare Suddenly Threw Her Head Down and Her Heels Up
      • "Miss Anita is in there with Mr. Broussard, an' He got on His Courtin' Breeches, an' They's Just as Quiet as a Couple of Sleepin' Babies"
      • "Never Mind, Dear, Darling Daddy, I Love You Just the Same"
      • Mrs. McGillicuddy Sat Majestically Upright in the Buggy, While the Sergeant Bestrode the Peaceful and Amiable Dot
      • "Neither You nor Your Child Shall Suffer for the Present"
      • Kettle Dropped the Reins, and Grasping Corporal Around the Neck Hung on Desperately
      • "Don't Call Your Father 'the Poor old Chap,'" Said Mrs. Fortescue Positively
    • IN COLOR
    • Anita Walked Down the Stairs and Came Face to Face with Broussard and Mrs. Lawrence . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • Broussard Lifted Gamechick by the Bridle and the Next Moment Cleared Both Mare and Girl
    • The Last Glimpse Broussard Had of Anita Was, As She Stood, Her Arm About Gamechick's Neck
    • "This Was Enclosed in a Letter to Me From Mr. Broussard," said the Colonel
    • FROM PEN DRAWINGS
    • The Black Mare Suddenly Threw Her Head Down and Her Heels Up
    • "Miss Anita is in there with Mr. Broussard, an' He got on His Courtin' Breeches, an' They's Just as Quiet as a Couple of Sleepin' Babies"
    • "Never Mind, Dear, Darling Daddy, I Love You Just the Same"
    • Mrs. McGillicuddy Sat Majestically Upright in the Buggy, While the Sergeant Bestrode the Peaceful and Amiable Dot
    • "Neither You nor Your Child Shall Suffer for the Present"
    • Kettle Dropped the Reins, and Grasping Corporal Around the Neck Hung on Desperately
    • "Don't Call Your Father 'the Poor old Chap,'" Said Mrs. Fortescue Positively
  • BETTY AT FORT BLIZZARD
    • CHAPTER I
      • "MISS BETTY" IN A NEW RÔLE
        • [Illustration: The black mare suddenly threw her head down and her heels up.]
        • [Illustration: "Miss Anita is in there with Mr. Broussard, an' he got on his courtin' breeches, an' they's jest as quiet as a couple of sleepin' babies."]
      • [Illustration: The black mare suddenly threw her head down and her heels up.]
      • [Illustration: "Miss Anita is in there with Mr. Broussard, an' he got on his courtin' breeches, an' they's jest as quiet as a couple of sleepin' babies."]
      • CHAPTER II
      • A PRETTY MAID AND A GAMECHICK
        • [Illustration: "Never mind, dear, darling daddy, I love you just the same."]
        • [Illustration: Broussard, lifted Gamechick by the bridle and the next moment cleared both mare and girl.]
        • [Illustration: Mrs. McGillicuddy sat majestically upright in the buggy while the Sergeant bestrode the peaceful and amiable Dot.]
      • [Illustration: "Never mind, dear, darling daddy, I love you just the same."]
      • [Illustration: Broussard, lifted Gamechick by the bridle and the next moment cleared both mare and girl.]
      • [Illustration: Mrs. McGillicuddy sat majestically upright in the buggy while the Sergeant bestrode the peaceful and amiable Dot.]
      • CHAPTER III
      • THE HEART OF A MAID
      • CHAPTER IV
      • "GOOD-BYE, SWEETHEART, GOOD-BYE"
        • [Illustration: The last glimpse Broussard had of Anita was, as she stood, her arm about Gamechick's neck.]
      • [Illustration: The last glimpse Broussard had of Anita was, as she stood, her arm about Gamechick's neck.]
      • CHAPTER V
      • UNFORGETTING
      • CHAPTER VI
      • SOME LETTERS AND KETTLE'S ENLISTMENT
        • [Illustration: "Neither you nor your child shall suffer for the present."]
        • [Illustration: Kettle dropped the reins, and grasping Corporal around the neck, hung on desperately.]
      • [Illustration: "Neither you nor your child shall suffer for the present."]
      • [Illustration: Kettle dropped the reins, and grasping Corporal around the neck, hung on desperately.]
      • CHAPTER VII
      • THE PLEADING EYES OF WOMEN
        • [Illustration: "This was enclosed in a letter to me from Mr. Broussard," said the Colonel.]
        • [Illustration: "Don't call your father 'the poor old chap,'" said Mrs. Fortescue positively.]
      • [Illustration: "This was enclosed in a letter to me from Mr. Broussard," said the Colonel.]
      • [Illustration: "Don't call your father 'the poor old chap,'" said Mrs. Fortescue positively.]
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • LOVE, THE CONQUEROR
      • CHAPTER IX
      • THE REVEILLE
    • "MISS BETTY" IN A NEW RÔLE
      • [Illustration: The black mare suddenly threw her head down and her heels up.]
      • [Illustration: "Miss Anita is in there with Mr. Broussard, an' he got on his courtin' breeches, an' they's jest as quiet as a couple of sleepin' babies."]
    • [Illustration: The black mare suddenly threw her head down and her heels up.]
    • [Illustration: "Miss Anita is in there with Mr. Broussard, an' he got on his courtin' breeches, an' they's jest as quiet as a couple of sleepin' babies."]
    • CHAPTER II
    • A PRETTY MAID AND A GAMECHICK
      • [Illustration: "Never mind, dear, darling daddy, I love you just the same."]
      • [Illustration: Broussard, lifted Gamechick by the bridle and the next moment cleared both mare and girl.]
      • [Illustration: Mrs. McGillicuddy sat majestically upright in the buggy while the Sergeant bestrode the peaceful and amiable Dot.]
    • [Illustration: "Never mind, dear, darling daddy, I love you just the same."]
    • [Illustration: Broussard, lifted Gamechick by the bridle and the next moment cleared both mare and girl.]
    • [Illustration: Mrs. McGillicuddy sat majestically upright in the buggy while the Sergeant bestrode the peaceful and amiable Dot.]
    • CHAPTER III
    • THE HEART OF A MAID
    • CHAPTER IV
    • "GOOD-BYE, SWEETHEART, GOOD-BYE"
      • [Illustration: The last glimpse Broussard had of Anita was, as she stood, her arm about Gamechick's neck.]
    • [Illustration: The last glimpse Broussard had of Anita was, as she stood, her arm about Gamechick's neck.]
    • CHAPTER V
    • UNFORGETTING
    • CHAPTER VI
    • SOME LETTERS AND KETTLE'S ENLISTMENT
      • [Illustration: "Neither you nor your child shall suffer for the present."]
      • [Illustration: Kettle dropped the reins, and grasping Corporal around the neck, hung on desperately.]
    • [Illustration: "Neither you nor your child shall suffer for the present."]
    • [Illustration: Kettle dropped the reins, and grasping Corporal around the neck, hung on desperately.]
    • CHAPTER VII
    • THE PLEADING EYES OF WOMEN
      • [Illustration: "This was enclosed in a letter to me from Mr. Broussard," said the Colonel.]
      • [Illustration: "Don't call your father 'the poor old chap,'" said Mrs. Fortescue positively.]
    • [Illustration: "This was enclosed in a letter to me from Mr. Broussard," said the Colonel.]
    • [Illustration: "Don't call your father 'the poor old chap,'" said Mrs. Fortescue positively.]
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • LOVE, THE CONQUEROR
    • CHAPTER IX
    • THE REVEILLE
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