Boy Scouts in Glacier Park The Adventures of Two Young Easterners in the Heart of the High Rockies
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Boy Scouts in Glacier Park The Adventures of Two Young Easterners in the Heart of the High Rockies

By Walter Prichard Eaton
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  • Boy Scouts in Glacier Park
  • 13CHAPTER I—Joe Gets Bad News About His Lungs—His “Pipes,” as Spider Called Them
  • 21CHAPTER II—Joe Learns How Many Friends He Has, and Achieves a Tent to Sleep In
  • 32CHAPTER III—Spider Finds a Way to Get to the Rocky Mountains, to “Pump Joe’s Pipes Full of Ozone”
  • 43CHAPTER IV—Tom and Joe Cross the Continent With Their Faces Glued to the Car Window and Reach the Rocky Mountains
  • 54CHAPTER V—The Scouts Learn Why the Rocky Mountains Have No Foot-Hills and Arrive at Many Glacier
  • 63CHAPTER VI—Tom Becomes Boss of the Tepee Camp, and the Scouts Pitch Their Tent in the Evergreens
  • 73CHAPTER VII—Joe Gets Acquainted with Porcupines, the Diamond Hitch, and Switchback Trails
  • 93CHAPTER VIII—Joe Gets a Chance at Last to Go Out on a Trip as Camp Cook
  • 100CHAPTER IX—Over Piegan Pass to St. Mary Lake, Underneath the Precipices
  • 123CHAPTER X—The Ranger Tells a Grizzly Bear Story Before the Camp-Fire
  • 129CHAPTER XI—To Gunsight Lake, and Joe Falls Into a Crevasse on Blackfeet Glacier
  • 144CHAPTER XII—Over Gunsight to Lake McDonald, and Joe and Bob See a Grizzly at Close Range
  • 168CHAPTER XIII—In Avalanche Basin, Where Bob Learns that the Story of the Englishman’s Walk Before Breakfast Was No Joke
  • 177CHAPTER XIV—Up the Divide in a Rain, With a Lost Horse On the Way, and a Howling Snow-Storm At the Top
  • 189CHAPTER XV—Tom’s Chance for Adventure Comes Unexpectedly, Wearing Hobnail Shoes and Carrying a Rope
  • 203CHAPTER XVI—Tom Goes Up a Two Thousand Foot Wall, With an Alpine Rope, and Learns the Proper Way To Climb
  • 218CHAPTER XVII—Tom Sees Both Mountain Sheep and Goats Do Their Wild Leaps Down Dizzy Ledges
  • 232CHAPTER XVIII—Joe Gets Good News From the Doctor, And The Scouts Name Their Camp, “Camp Kent”
  • 240CHAPTER XIX—The Indian Pow-Wow—Tom and Joe Get Into The Squaw Dance
  • 250CHAPTER XX—The Scouts Start on a Trip Together at Last, To Climb Chief Mountain
  • 257CHAPTER XXI—The Climb Up the Tower of Chief Mountain, the Indian Relic on the Summit and An Eagle’s Nest
  • 268CHAPTER XXII—A Blizzard on Flat Top—The Camp is Christened “Valley Forge”
  • 276CHAPTER XXIII—Up To Chaney Glacier and the Discovery of a Three Thousand Foot Precipice
  • 283CHAPTER XXIV—The Boys Prepare for Winter in the Park, and Learn Why the Timber-Line Trees Are Only Three Feet Tall
  • 291CHAPTER XXV—Protecting the Deer Yards—The Scouts Wait in the Moonlight and Bag a Mountain Lion
  • 302CHAPTER XXVI—A Hundred Miles in Four Days, Over the Snow, Which is a Long Trip To Get Your Mail
  • 312CHAPTER XXVII—The Ranger and the Boys Get a Ride Down the Mountain on a Snow Avalanche, and Don’t Look for Another
  • 318CHAPTER XXVIII—Tom Starts on a Long Hike in the Deep Snow, Over the Divide, Risking Snow-Slides, to Save the Ranger’s Life
  • 322CHAPTER XXIX—Tom Tramps Down McDonald Creek in a Chinook Wind, and Reaches Shelter Almost Exhausted
  • 327CHAPTER XXX—Tom Gets Back with the Doctor, and Mills Pulls Through—Then the Scouts Have To Leave for Home
  • 334CHAPTER XXXI—Home Again—Joe’s Christmas Present to His Mother is Sound Health Again, and Tom Rejoices
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