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Fiction
Author: Alice B Emerson
ISBN: 1131066650
Subcategory: Classics
Pages 228 pages
Publisher The New York Public Library (January 10, 2011)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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by Alice B Emerson


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ГлавнаяЗарубежная классикаEmerson Alice . etty Gordon in the Land of Oil: or, The Farm That Was Worth a Fortune. Уменьшить шрифт (-) Увеличить шрифт (+). Emerson Alice B. Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil: or, The Farm That Was Worth a Fortune. Chapter I breakfast en route. This was her first long train trip, and she meant to enjoy every angle of it. I wonder what kind of cowboy you’d make, Bob?

Betty Gordon, breakfasting in the dining-car of the Western Limited, smiled happily at Bob Henderson, seated . They’ll take care to find a farm that’s right in the oil section, and then they’ll bully and persuade some timid old woman into selling her farm to them for a fraction of its worth.

Betty Gordon, breakfasting in the dining-car of the Western Limited, smiled happily at Bob Henderson, seated on the opposite side of the table. Can’t you expose ’em? said Betty vigorously. Tell the oil men about them! I guess there must be people who would know how to keep such men from doing business. What are you going to do about it, Bob?

By. Alice b. emerson. Author of Betty Gordon at Bramble Farm, Betty Gordon in Washington, "The.

By. Ruth Fielding Series," Etc. ILLUSTRATED. I wonder what kind of cowboy you’d make, Bob?

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Gordon stayed over night, but was off early in the morning

Gordon stayed over night, but was off early in the morning. Bob and Betty watched his rickety car out of sight, and then, determined to keep busy and happy, set out to explore the Watterby farm. The family, they had discovered at supper the night before, consisted of Grandma Watterby, her son Will, a man of about forty-five, and the daughter-in-law, Emma, a tall, silent woman with a wrinkled, leathery skin, a harsh voice, and the kindest heart in the world. And that was the most definite direction Bob could hope for. Grandma Watterby had the weight of years upon her, and she could not remember the road that led to the farm she had often visited.

Betty Gordon and Bob Henderson depart for Oklahoma-Betty, to see her Uncle Dick, and Bob, in hope of finding . Ok for passing the time.

Betty Gordon and Bob Henderson depart for Oklahoma-Betty, to see her Uncle Dick, and Bob, in hope of finding his aunts, the Saunders sisters. Shelves: young-adult. same author as the Ruth Fielding books, plus the description refers to "Ruth", not "Betty".

At Bramble Farm Betty had met Bob Henderson, a lad a year or so older than herself . No sooner did word reach Betty that her uncle awaited her in the oil regions than Bob announced that he was going West, too.

At Bramble Farm Betty had met Bob Henderson, a lad a year or so older than herself and a ward from the county poorhouse. This has been described in the second book of this series, entitled If Betty should live to be an old lady she would probably never cease to recall the peculiar circumstances under which she made friends with the three Littell girls and their cousin from Vermont and came to spend several delightful weeks at the hospitable mansion of Fairfields.

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