The Resource Harry Winter : the shipwrecked sailor boy ; to which is added : The oak at home

Harry Winter : the shipwrecked sailor boy ; to which is added : The oak at home

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Harry Winter : the shipwrecked sailor boy ; to which is added : The oak at home
Title
Harry Winter
Title remainder
the shipwrecked sailor boy ; to which is added : The oak at home
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
CLU
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc.
  • Trees
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Harry Winter : the shipwrecked sailor boy ; to which is added : The oak at home
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Publication
Note
  • Woodcuts: illustrations, title vignette, and tail-piece
  • Frontispiece included in pagination
  • First and last pages blank, pasted down to wrappers
  • Caption title: The ship-wrecked sailor boy
  • Preface to the first story is signed "M.D." [Mahlon Day?]
  • Caption title of the second story, beginning on p. 15: The oak "at home": an allegory. (From the Boston Juvenile Miscellany.)
  • "The oak" is signed "M.H." at end and dated from Marblehead, Mass., 1828
  • Advertisement for "Blank work, stationary [sic], fancy articles, &c." on lower wrapper
  • Cf. Rosenbach, A.S.W. Children's books, 738
Extent
1 online resource (23, [1] pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • Publisher's printed tan wrappers; woodcut vignette on upper wrapper; decorative borders on upper and lower wrappers.
  • Inscriptions in ink. At foot of frontispiece, in printed box marked "The property of": Master John Laurence from his Instructress, Martha B. Cushman, New Bedford. At foot of p. 23: Dartmouth, Nov. 12th 1838.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Harry Winter : the shipwrecked sailor boy ; to which is added : The oak at home
Link
Publication
Note
  • Woodcuts: illustrations, title vignette, and tail-piece
  • Frontispiece included in pagination
  • First and last pages blank, pasted down to wrappers
  • Caption title: The ship-wrecked sailor boy
  • Preface to the first story is signed "M.D." [Mahlon Day?]
  • Caption title of the second story, beginning on p. 15: The oak "at home": an allegory. (From the Boston Juvenile Miscellany.)
  • "The oak" is signed "M.H." at end and dated from Marblehead, Mass., 1828
  • Advertisement for "Blank work, stationary [sic], fancy articles, &c." on lower wrapper
  • Cf. Rosenbach, A.S.W. Children's books, 738
Extent
1 online resource (23, [1] pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • Publisher's printed tan wrappers; woodcut vignette on upper wrapper; decorative borders on upper and lower wrappers.
  • Inscriptions in ink. At foot of frontispiece, in printed box marked "The property of": Master John Laurence from his Instructress, Martha B. Cushman, New Bedford. At foot of p. 23: Dartmouth, Nov. 12th 1838.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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