Crowded Out o' Crofield or, The Boy who made his Way
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Crowded Out o' Crofield or, The Boy who made his Way

By William Osborn Stoddard
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  • The Sorrel Mare was tugging hard at the Rein.
  • CROWDED OUT O' CROFIELD
    • OR
    • THE BOY WHO MADE HIS WAY
      • BY
    • BY
    • WILLIAM O. STODDARD
      • SIXTH EDITION
        • NEW YORK D. APPLETON AND COMPANY 1897
      • NEW YORK D. APPLETON AND COMPANY 1897
      • PREFACE.
    • SIXTH EDITION
      • NEW YORK D. APPLETON AND COMPANY 1897
    • NEW YORK D. APPLETON AND COMPANY 1897
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • The Sorrel Mare was tugging hard at the Rein . . . Frontispiece
      • The Runaway
      • Along the Water's Edge
      • Fighting the Fire
      • "Run for Home"
      • He listened in silence
      • "There won't be any Eagle this week"
      • Just out
      • "I'm the Editor, sir"
      • "There," said Mr. Murdoch, "jump right in"
      • "Your map's all wrong," said Jack
      • The hotel clerk looked at Jack
      • His traveler friend was sound asleep
      • On Broadway, at last!
      • "How would he get in?"
      • Coffee and clams
      • Jack is homesick
      • "I've lost my pocket-book"
      • "Ten cents left"
      • Jack dines with Mr. Keifelheimer
      • Buying a new hat
      • Jack speaks to the General
      • The return home
    • The Sorrel Mare was tugging hard at the Rein . . . Frontispiece
    • The Runaway
    • Along the Water's Edge
    • Fighting the Fire
    • "Run for Home"
    • He listened in silence
    • "There won't be any Eagle this week"
    • Just out
    • "I'm the Editor, sir"
    • "There," said Mr. Murdoch, "jump right in"
    • "Your map's all wrong," said Jack
    • The hotel clerk looked at Jack
    • His traveler friend was sound asleep
    • On Broadway, at last!
    • "How would he get in?"
    • Coffee and clams
    • Jack is homesick
    • "I've lost my pocket-book"
    • "Ten cents left"
    • Jack dines with Mr. Keifelheimer
    • Buying a new hat
    • Jack speaks to the General
    • The return home
  • CROWDED OUT O' CROFIELD.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • THE BLACKSMITH'S BOY.
      • The Runaway.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • THE FISH WERE THERE.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • I AM ONLY A GIRL.
      • Along the Water's Edge.
      • Fighting the Fire.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • CAPTAIN MARY.
      • "Run for Home."
      • CHAPTER V.
      • JACK OGDEN'S RIDE.
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • OUT INTO THE WORLD.
      • He listened in silence.
      • CHAPTER VII.
      • MARY AND THE EAGLE.
      • "There won't be any Eagle this week."
      • CHAPTER VIII.
      • CAUGHT FOR A BURGLAR.
      • Just out.
      • CHAPTER IX.
      • NEARER THE CITY.
      • "I'm the Editor, sir."
      • "There," said Mr. Murdoch, "jump right in."
      • "Your map's all wrong," said Jack.
      • CHAPTER X.
      • THE STATE-HOUSE AND THE STEAMBOAT.
      • The hotel clerk looked at Jack.
      • CHAPTER XI.
      • DOWN THE HUDSON.
      • His traveler friend was sound asleep.
      • CHAPTER XII.
      • IN A NEW WORLD.
      • On Broadway, at last!
      • CHAPTER XIII.
      • A WONDERFUL SUNDAY.
      • "How would he get in?"
      • CHAPTER XIV.
      • FRIENDS AND ENEMIES.
      • Coffee and clams.
      • Jack is homesick.
      • CHAPTER XV.
      • NO BOY WANTED.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
      • JACK'S FAMINE.
      • "I've lost my pocket-book."
      • CHAPTER XVII.
      • JACK-AT-ALL-TRADES.
      • "Ten cents left."
      • Jack dines with Mr. Keifelheimer.
      • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • THE DRUMMER BOY.
      • Jack buys a new hat.
      • CHAPTER XIX.
      • COMPLETE SUCCESS.
      • Jack speaks to the General.
      • Jack returns home.
    • THE BLACKSMITH'S BOY.
    • The Runaway.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • THE FISH WERE THERE.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • I AM ONLY A GIRL.
    • Along the Water's Edge.
    • Fighting the Fire.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • CAPTAIN MARY.
    • "Run for Home."
    • CHAPTER V.
    • JACK OGDEN'S RIDE.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • OUT INTO THE WORLD.
    • He listened in silence.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • MARY AND THE EAGLE.
    • "There won't be any Eagle this week."
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • CAUGHT FOR A BURGLAR.
    • Just out.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • NEARER THE CITY.
    • "I'm the Editor, sir."
    • "There," said Mr. Murdoch, "jump right in."
    • "Your map's all wrong," said Jack.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • THE STATE-HOUSE AND THE STEAMBOAT.
    • The hotel clerk looked at Jack.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • DOWN THE HUDSON.
    • His traveler friend was sound asleep.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • IN A NEW WORLD.
    • On Broadway, at last!
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • A WONDERFUL SUNDAY.
    • "How would he get in?"
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • FRIENDS AND ENEMIES.
    • Coffee and clams.
    • Jack is homesick.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • NO BOY WANTED.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • JACK'S FAMINE.
    • "I've lost my pocket-book."
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • JACK-AT-ALL-TRADES.
    • "Ten cents left."
    • Jack dines with Mr. Keifelheimer.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • THE DRUMMER BOY.
    • Jack buys a new hat.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • COMPLETE SUCCESS.
    • Jack speaks to the General.
    • Jack returns home.
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