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The Yellow God

Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle

The Young Fur Traders

by Robert Michael Ballantyne

Follows the adventures of a young man called Charles Kennedy. Loosely autobiographical account of Ballantyne's own time with the Hudson's Bay Company in Canada. Its success prompted a series of excellent stories...

Marie

Tom Swift and His Sky Racer

Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone

Pearl-Maiden

Tom Swift and His Electric Locomotive

Huntingtower

Tom Swift Among the Diamond Makers

Tom Swift #215

by Victor Appleton

While young Tom Swift is in a jewelry store shopping for a ring for Mary, he meets a man who claims to be willing to teach Tom how to make diamonds. Later, the man (who happens to be one of the party that Tom...

The Missourian

by Eugene Percy Lyle

The Missourian, a hero half-splendid and half-grotesque, is one of that band of Confederate who, under Joe Shelby, refused even at the eleventh hour to surrender to the Federal forces and conceived the idea...

Baree, Son of Kazan

by James Oliver Curwood

The story of the son of the blind Grey Wolf and the gallant part he played in the lives of a man and a woman.

Tom Swift and His War Tank

Tom Swift in the Caves of Ice

Tom Swift and His Motor-Boat

Tom Swift #191

by Victor Appleton

The tale of great boat races and thrilling experiences with Tom Swift the boatman.

Tom Swift and His Wizard Camera

Dark Shanghai

Under the Ocean to the South Pole

by Roy Rockwood

The adventuresome crew builds a submersible craft, the Dolphin, that runs on sea water and chemicals. On the maiden voyage they battle sea monsters, pass through a sunken graveyard, and discover an opening that...

When the World Shook

The Bridge of the Gods

by Frederic Homer Balch

This tale of the Indians of the far West has fairly earned its lasting popularity, not only by the intense interest of the story, but by its faithful delineations of Indian character.