TITLE

CHAPTER VII: ONE MEMORABLE NIGHT

AUTHOR(S)
ALDRICH, THOMAS BAILEY
PUB. DATE
January 1996
SOURCE
Story of a Bad Boy (9780874517941);1996, p71
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter VII of the book "The Story of a Bad Boy" is presented. After two months of staying at Rivermouth, he would celebrate the Independence Day with the other boys in town. He tried to escape from his grandfather and decided to attend a bonfire on the third of July, where a group of boys gathered in preparation for the celebration of Independence Day. The celebration stopped when they burned an old stage-coach, owned by Ezra Wingate, which caused a commotion.
ACCESSION #
37207487

 

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