Frank on the Lower Mississippi, Harry Castlemon

Frank on the Lower Mississippi

"e;Harry Castlemon"e; was perhaps the single most popular writer of fiction for younger readers in the post-Civil War U.S. This pen name was a pseudonym for Charles Austin Fosdick, who had served in the Navy during the Civil War and drew on his experiences in the South as a source of inspiration for this fast-paced thriller.
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