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Author: Alice B. Emerson
ISBN: 0548026661
Language: English
Pages: 212 pages
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (July 25, 2007)
Rating: 4.9
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Lost in the backwoods. By. Alice b. emerson. Ruth Fielding, after her parents died, had come from Darrowtown tolive with her mother's uncle at the Red Mill, as was told in thefirst volume of this series, entitled "Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill;Or, Jasper Parloe's Secret.

Lost in the backwoods. The girl had found Uncle Jabez very hardto get along with at first, for he was a good deal of a miser, andhis finer feelings seemed to have been neglected during a long lifeof hoarding and selfishness.

The chum's chaperone, Mr. Cameron, suspects the boy of being a runaway, and decides to take him back to his family in the town near Snow Camp.

Read Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp, Or, Lost in the Backwoods, by Alice . merson online on Bookmate – While on the way to a winter break vacation at Snow Camp, Ruth, Helen, and Tom cross paths with . The chum's chaperone, Mr. When the runaway jumps from their train on the way North, Ruth follows - and what follows is a harrowing adventure with a panther, a crazy hermit, and a trip through the chilling climate of New York state! Free.

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Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall. Ruth Fielding Down in Dixie Great Times in the Land of Cotton. Betty Gordon at Mountain Camp Or, The Mystery of Ida Bellethorne. Ruth Fielding, after her parents died, had come from Darrowtown to live with her mother's uncle at the Red Mill, as was told in the first volume of this series, entitled Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill; Or, Jasper Parloe's Secret. The girl had found Uncle Jabez very hard to get along with at first, for he was a good deal of a miser, and his finer feelings seemed to have been neglected during a long life of hoarding and selfishness.

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The Cameron party departs for Snow Camp with Fred Hatfield as an unwilling passenger. On a brief stop near Scarboro, Fred jumps off the train, and Ruth impulsively follows. Fred steals a wagon which is parked in front of a store, and Ruth jumps on board. What follows is a harrowing adventure in which the two are nearly attacked by a panther and are later rescued by a crazy hermit. The sharp explosion and the shriek of the panther seemed simultaneous. The hermit takes the two young people to Snow Camp, but Fred disappears just before they arrive. All right," agreed Ruth Fielding, doubtfully. She was younger than the twins and did not mean to be a wet blanket on their fun at any time; but admiring Helen so much, she often gave up her own inclinations, or was won by the elder girl from a course which she thought wise. There had been times during their first term at Briarwood Hall, now just completed, when Ruth had been obliged to take a different course from her chum.

The Ruth Fielding books were an early Stratemeyer Syndicate series, published between 1913 and 1934 under the pseudonym Alice B. Ruth Fielding begins the series as an orphan who comes to live with her miserly uncle and, in later titles, goes from boarding school to college and on into adulthood. Unusually, for a main character in a Stratemeyer Syndicate series, Ruth Fielding marries.

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