Author:Horatio Alger

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Horatio Alger
(1832–1899)
A 19th-century American author who wrote over 130 dime novels.
Horatio Alger

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Sources[edit]

  1. Bertha's Christmas Vision, Indiana University Library Electronic Text Resource Service
  2. Do and Dare, Project Gutenberg
  3. Facing the World, Project Gutenberg
  4. A Fancy of Hers, University of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center
  5. Frank's Campaign, Project Gutenberg
  6. Grand'ther Baldwin's Thanksgiving
  7. Hector's Inheritance, Project Gutenberg
  8. Helping Himself, Project Gutenberg
  9. Herbert Carter's Legacy, Project Gutenberg
  10. Jack's Ward, Project Gutenberg
  11. Joe's Luck, Project Gutenberg
  12. Nothing to Do: A Tilt at Our Best Society, University of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center
  13. Nothing To Eat, Project Gutenberg
  14. Only an Irish Boy, Project Gutenberg
  15. Paul the Peddler, Project Gutenberg
  16. Phil the Fiddler, Project Gutenberg
  17. Risen from the Ranks, Project Gutenberg
  18. The Store Boy, Project Gutenberg
  19. Struggling Upward, Project Gutenberg
  20. Timothy Crump's Ward, Project Gutenberg
  21. Try and Trust, Project Gutenberg
  22. Walter Sherwood's Probation, Project Gutenberg
  23. The Young Explorer, Project Gutenberg
  24. The Young Musician, Project Gutenberg

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.