9781104597443

Millionaire of Rough-and-Ready : And Devils Ford (1887)

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    9781104597443

  • ISBN10:

    1104597446

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-15
  • Publisher: Kessinger Pub

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Summary

GOLD STRIKE! Slinn has struck gold! A prospector in the Wildest West of California near the town of "Rough-and-Ready," dirt-poor Slinn has been working a claim for weeks when he discovers a vein or bright quartz and shiny gold in his tunnel. He can finally bring his family out to California. Should he build them a mansion here in this new and wonderful territory? Or would they prefer the civilization of San Francisco? But before he can do anything, tell anyone, poor Slinn suffers a paralytic stroke. He can't communicate to anyone, let alone enjoy his newfound riches. Years later, Alvin Mulready comes to "Rough-and-Ready." Sinking an artesian shaft into a shaft to make a well, Mulready strikes gold. But then Slinn's son comes to the area and finds his father in a Sacramento hospital. The old man stirs. Gold shines in his eyes . . . A classic tale of the West by the a Master of Western Fiction.

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