by James B. Hendryx
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons 1917
Number of pages: 245
Here was action -- life! Primitive man battling against the unbending forces of an iron wilderness. The red blood leaped through the girl's veins as she realized that this life was to be her life -- this wilderness to be her wilderness. Hers to bring under the book, and its primitive children, hers -- to govern by a rule of thumb!
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