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Series InformationClassic Alger series
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- ISBN: 9781597655163
- Physical Description: 224 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: [Ithaca, MI] : AB Publishing, Inc., 
"The boy who cleared his father's name" -- cover.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
A new arrival in Lakeville -- Uncle Jacob's reception -- A visit to the factory -- Uncle Jacob's startling revelation -- Uncle Jacob receives his walking papers -- Squire Marlowe is surprised -- Uncle Jacob leaves Lakeville -- Discharged -- Mrs. Barton's secret -- Stolen money -- The twenty-dollar bill -- Mr. Jones is excited -- Percy gets rid of the bill -- Bert stands trial -- Bert's triumphant vindication -- What became of the stolen note -- After the trial -- Bert obtains work -- Bert's experience as a farmer's boy -- Bert is placed in an embarrassing position -- The midnight visit to the pantry -- A panice at Farmer Wilson's -- Bert forms a resolution -- The office of the Magnet Mine -- An advertisement and what came of it -- Bert secures board in Harrisburg -- Bert's first appearance on any stage -- Bert secures a box with Mr. Harding's papers -- Bert obtains an important clew -- Squire Marlowe is surprised -- Hiriam French of Chicago -- A late arrival at Mrs. Barton's cottage -- Bert interviews Harding's sister -- Success comes strangely -- Ralph Harding is found -- Albert Marlowe meets his victim -- Mr. Barton defies the Squire -- Conclusion.
"Bert Barton is poor and told he is fatherless. Two people know that is not true: His mother and Squire Marlowe, a distant relative. Squire Marlowe owns a shoe factory and employs many men and young boys from the village. Industrial improvements leave some people, including Bert, without a job. Now real poverty is knocking at the Barton's door. Marlowe is not at all sympathetic, And then Uncle Jacob shows up after many years out in California in the Gold rush. Is he as poor as he looks? His promise of help to Bert and his mother Mary appear unlikely. How will they survive? But that is Uncle Jacob's secret! -- back cover.
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