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Norman Stanley, Fred`s father, had been injured in a mining accident about six months before this story opens, and, though he was now somewhat improved, he could not walk without the aid of a crutch. The physician said he would eventually get entirely well, but the process seemed very slow, and at times Mr. Stanley was almost discouraged. The Stanley family, of which Fred was the only child, lived in the town of Piddock, California. It was not far from a mining region, and within a short distance of the coast. Fred has had to quit school to help earn a living for the family.
Fred hears of a job driving the ore carts in a nearby community and heads out to look for employment. The story follows him through his many adventures as he tries to be responsible for his family income.
CHAPTER I: IN NEEDY CIRCUMSTANCES
CHAPTER II: SEEKING A JOB
CHAPTER III: THE BURIED TREASURE STORY
CHAPTER IV: FRED HAS HOPES
CHAPTER V: MRS. STULTS CONSENTS
CHAPTER VI: THE OLD GOLD HUNTER
CHAPTER VII: OFF FOR ALASKA
CHAPTER VIII: AMID FROST AND ICE
CHAPTER IX: INTO THE INTERIOR
CHAPTER X: ATTACKED BY WOLVES
CHAPTER XI: SHOOTING A MOOSE
CHAPTER XII: LOST IN THE SNOW
CHAPTER XIII: IN THE WILDERNESS
CHAPTER XIV: THE LOST MAP
CHAPTER XV: IN THE CAVE
CHAPTER XVI: DIGGING FOR TREASURE
CHAPTER XVII: THE SPYING INDIAN
CHAPTER XVIII: FOLLOWED BY THE ENEMY
CHAPTER XIX: THE ATTACK
CHAPTER XX: BURYING THE TREASURE
|Author||Frank V. Webster|
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