Short Stories Of William Henry Harrison Murray

William Henry Harrison MURRAY (1840 - 1904)

Murray (1840-1904) was a sometime clergyman, journalist, and purveyor of the outdoor life. His books did much to popularize the virtues of outdoor experience, especially in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. Here are stories, some humorous some serious, of the out-of-doors, of love between man and woman, man and horse, man and dog, teacher and acolyte, of wisdom and foolishness. This recording is a selection of his short stories from "The Busted Ex-Texan And Other Stories" (1889), "How Deacon Tubman And Parson Whitney Kept New Years And Other Stories" (1888) and "A Ride With A Mad Horse In A Freight-Car" (1898). - Summary by david wales

Genre(s): Nature & Animal Fiction, Westerns, Anthologies

Language: English

Section Chapter Author Source Reader Time Language
Play 01 The Busted Ex-Texan William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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Play 02 The Leaf Of Gold William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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Play 03 How Deacon Tubman And Parson Whitney Kept New Years William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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Play 04 The Old Beggar's Dog William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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Play 05 The Ball William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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Play 06 Who He Was Part 1 William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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Play 07 Who He Was Part 2 William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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Play 08 A Ride With A Mad Horse In A Freight-Car William Henry Harrison Murray Etext David Wales
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