Deadwood Dick as a boy, or, Why wild Ned Harris, the New England farm-lad, became the Western prince of the road
Wheeler, Edward L. (Edward Lytton), 1854 or 1855-1885
Beadle and Adams, No. 98 William Street
Beadle's boy's library of sport, story, and adventure (Quarto edition)
Beadle's boy's library of sport, story, and adventure ; vol. I, no. 21
Deadwood Dick (Fictitious character)--FictionAdoption--FictionAbused children--FictionRunaway children--FictionFarmers--FictionHorse stealing--FictionCowboys--FictionIndians of North America--FictionOutlaws--FictionMassachusetts--FictionPhiladelphia (Pa.)--FictionChicago (Ill.)--FictionCheyenne (Wyo.)--FictionNorth Dakota--FictionBoise (Idaho)--FictionIndian Territory--FictionBlack Hills (S.D. and Wyo.)--Fiction
Title from page 1.
Printed in triple columns.
"May 3, 1882."--Caption.
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