TITLE

CHAPTER XI: A JOLLY TRIP

PUB. DATE
January 1916
SOURCE
Outdoor Girls on Pine Island;1/ 1/1916, p36
SOURCE TYPE
Primary Source Document
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter XI of the book "The Outdoor Girls on Pine Island Or, A Cave and What It Contained" is presented. It describes the tent made by Frank and Will, in which Mollie Billette was surprised by the change of its scene. It also highlights the preparations made by the boys and girls for their trip in town together with their chaperon Mrs. Irving.
ACCESSION #
30069533

 

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