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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 131 pages of information about Uncle Wiggily's Travels.

The navy boys in new York Bay
     A story of three boys who took command of the schooner “The Laughing
Mary,” the first vessel of the American Navy,
     By James Otis.

The navy boys in the track of the enemy
     The story of a remarkable cruise with the Sloop of War “Providence”
and the Frigate “Alfred.” 
     By William P. Chipman.

The navy boysDaring capture
     The story of how the navy boys helped to capture the British Cutter
“Margaretta,” in 1775. 
     By William P. Chipman.

The navy boyscruise to the Bahamas
     The adventures of two Yankee Middies with the first cruise of a: 
American Squadron in 1775. 
     By William P. Chipman.

The navy boyscruise with Columbus
     The adventures of two boys who sailed with the great Admiral in his
discovery of America. 
     By Frederick A. Ober.

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These stories are based on important historical events, scenes wherein boys are prominent characters being selected.  They are the romance of history, vigorously told, with careful fidelity to picturing the home life, and accurate in every particular.

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The boy spies at the Battle of new Orleans
     A story of the part they took in its defence. 
     By William P. Chipman.

The boy spies at the defence of Fort Henry
     A boy’s story of Wheeling Creek in 1777. 
     By James Otis.

The boy spies at the Battle of Bunker hill
     A story of two boys at the siege of Boston. 
     By James Otis.

The boy spies at the siege of Detroit
     A story of two Ohio boys in the War of 1812. 
     By James Otis.

The boy spies with Lafayette
     The story of how two boys joined the Continental Army. 
     By James Otis.

The boy spies on Chesapeake Bay
     The story of two young spies under Commodore Barney. 
     By James Otis.

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