By CHARLES H.L. JOHNSTON
Each large 12mo, cloth decorative, illustrated, per volume $2.00
“More of such books should be written, books that acquaint young readers with historical personages in a pleasant, informal way.”—New York Sun.
“Mr. Johnston has done faithful work in this volume, and his relation of battles, sieges and struggles of these famous Indians with the whites for the possession of America is a worthy addition to United States History.”—New York Marine Journal.
“It is the kind of a book that will have a great fascination for boys and young men.”—New London Day.
“The tales are more than merely interesting; they are entrancing, stirring the blood with thrilling force."-Pittsburgh Post.
“The accounts are not only authentic, but distinctly readable, making a book of wide appeal to all who love the history of actual adventure.”—Cleveland Leader.
“The book is an epitome of some of the wildest and bravest adventures of which the world has known.”—Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Who Led the United States and Her Allies to a Glorious Victory.
“The pages of this book have the charm of romance without its unreality. The book illuminates, with life-like portraits, the history of the World War.”—Rochester Post Express.
By EDWIN WILDMAN
“Are these stories interesting? Let a boy read them; and tell you.”—Boston Transcript.
“As fascinating as fiction are these biographies, which emphasize their humble beginning and drive home the truth that just as every soldier of Napoleon carried a marshal’s baton in his knapsack, so every American youngster carries potential success under his hat.”—New York World.