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Frank Hamilton Spearman (1859-1937) was an American author. He was known for his books in the Western fiction genre and especially for his fiction and non-fiction works on the topic of railroads.

Frank Hamilton Spearman (1859-1937) was an American author. Although he wrote prolifically about railroads, his actual career was that of a bank president in McCook, Nebraska and did not work for a railroad. Spearman was also a devout Roma Frank Hamilton Spearman (1859-1937) was an American author. Spearman was also a devout Roman Catholic convert and held political views best described as protolibertarian, both of which beliefs are also reflected in his novels. Although he wrote prolifically about railroads, his actual. His Western novel Whispering Smith (1906) was made into a movie on three separate occasions, in 1915, 1927 and 1947.

NAN Of. Music mountain. By. Frank h. spearman. Author of. Whispering smith, etc. Illustrated by. N. C. wyeth. Grosset & dunlap. Published by Arrangement with Charles Scribner's Sons.

Spearman was known for his books in the Western fiction genre and especially for his fiction and . The books were illustrated by leading artists, such as N. Wyeth for Whispering Smith. Nan of Music Mountain (1916)

Spearman was known for his books in the Western fiction genre and especially for his fiction and non-fiction works on the topic of railroads. Although he wrote prolifically about railroads, his actual career was that of a bank president in McCook, Nebraska, and did not himself work for a railroad. Spearman was also a devout Roman Catholic convert and held political views best described as proto-Libertarian, both of which beliefs are also reflected in his novels. Nan of Music Mountain (1916), ISBN 1-889439-03-7. Laramie Holds the Range (1921).

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Anything written by Frank H. Spearman is worth reading Take advantage of these free books. Spearman is worth reading. Takes you back to the early part of last century and is very well written. I paid a lot of money for the hard cover version of this and several other of his books. Take advantage of these free books. Treat yourself and read them.

The books were illustrated by leading wrists, such as N. Wyeth (Whispering Smith). Although he wrote prolifically about railroads, his actual career was that of a bank president in McCook, Nebraska and did not himself work for a railroad.

Title: Nan of Music Mountain. Author: Frank H. Illustrator: N. Eugene lonergan spearman. Release Date: August 2, 2009. start of this project gutenberg ebook NAN of music mountain . Produced by Roger Frank and the Online Distributed. Chapter I. Frontier day.

Nan of Music Mountain. By Frank H. (Frank Hamilton) Spearman. Laramie Holds the Range. The Nerve of Foley, and Other Railroad Stories. The Daughter of a Magnate.

Frank Hamilton Spearman (1859-1937) was an American author. He was known for his books in the Western fiction genre and especially for his fiction and non-fiction works on the topic of railroads. Although he wrote prolifically about railroads, his actual career was that of a bank president in McCook, Nebraska and did not work for a railroad. Spearman was also a devout Roman Catholic convert and held political views best described as protolibertarian, both of which beliefs are also reflected in his novels. His Western novel Whispering Smith (1906) was made into a movie on three separate occasions, in 1915, 1927 and 1947. His works include: The Nerve of Foley and Other Railroad Stories (1900), Held for Others: Being Stories of Railroad Life (1901), Doctor Bryson (1902), The Daughter of a Magnate (1903), The Strategy of Great Railroads (1904), The Close of the Day (1904), Robert Kimberly (1911), The Mountain Divide (1912), Merrilie Dawes (1913), Nan of Music Mountain (1916), Laramie Holds the Range (1921), The Marriage Verdict (1923), Selwood of Sleepy Cat (1925), Flambeau Jim (1927), Spanish Lover (1930) and Hell's Desert (1933).

Nan of Music Mountain (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1409990840

ISBN: 1409990842

Author: N. C. Wyeth,Frank H. Spearman

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Dodo Press (September 18, 2009)

Pages: 306 pages

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Anything written by Frank H. Spearman is worth reading. Takes you back to the early part of last century and is very well written. I paid a lot of money for the hard cover version of this and several other of his books. They are hard to find in print anymore. Several of them were lost during a move several years ago and I was thrilled to find them here on kindle. This kindle ebook was free as are all his other books. Take advantage of these free books. The Nerve of Foley, Held for Orders, Whispering Smith, Nan of Music Mountain, The Daughter of a Magnate, Laramie Holds the Range, and The Mountain Divide are all free here on kindle. Treat yourself and read them.
Togor
Anything written by Frank H. Spearman is worth reading. Takes you back to the early part of last century and is very well written. I paid a lot of money for the hard cover version of this and several other of his books. They are hard to find in print anymore. Several of them were lost during a move several years ago and I was thrilled to find them here on kindle. This kindle ebook was free as are all his other books. Take advantage of these free books. The Nerve of Foley, Held for Orders, Whispering Smith, Nan of Music Mountain, The Daughter of a Magnate, Laramie Holds the Range, and The Mountain Divide are all free here on kindle. Treat yourself and read them.
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Henry de Spain is hired by the railroad to bring law and order to Sleepy Cat. (Yes, that's the name of the town. Don't look at me, I didn't come up with it.) His main trouble is from the powerful Morgan clan, long a law unto themselves. Naturally, amongst all those law-breakers and trouble-makers is one lone, innocent lass named Nan Morgan. And naturally, she and Henry fall in love. They have to keep their relationship a secret as her villainous first cousin, Gale, wants to get rid of Henry and marry Nan himself. There's also the added problem that Nan's family may have been involved with the earlier murder of Henry's father. Will these two love birds be able to overcome the bloody past and start a fresh new chapter in Sleepy Cat? This is 1916, of course they will.
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