Honey In The Horn

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Author: Harold L. Davis; Uldis Klavins (Illustrator)
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Franklin Library Edition.

Honey in the Horn is a novel about life in the homesteading days of Oregon, 1906-1908. It is about the coming of age of an orphan boy named Clay Calvert, but it is also the about the trials of the pioneers who came to Oregon following the American Dream. Through the characters that Clay meets along the way, the author introduces the readers to the various occupations of the settlers of that era.

It is presented here in a leather bound limited edition by the prestigious Franklin Library.
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