The Pioneer Boys of the Yellowstone
In my last story, the title of which was "The Pioneer Boys of Missouri," I half-promised that later on I might continue the recital of Dick and Roger Armstrong's fortunes, and carry them further along their pathway toward the far-distant Pacific. The opportunity to redeem that promise having been given to me, I gladly meet you once more in these pages; and I trust this story will afford you quite as much pleasure in the reading as I have taken in the writing. It will be remembered that we left the two pioneer lads in the winter camp of the Lewis and Clark exploring party. This company had been sent out, chiefly through the personal influence of the President at Washington, to find a way across the newly-acquired country, and blaze a path to the Pacific. They had gone into camp close to the quaint Mandan Indian village, far up on the Yellowstone River, which stream[vi] they had been following since leaving the Missouri.
- Paperback | 154 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.89mm | 290.3g
- 11 Jun 1915
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white