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- ISBN: 9781597655187
- Physical Description: 222 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: Ithaca, MI : AB Publishing, Inc., 2016
Originally published in 1899.
Also published as: Jed, the poorhouse boy, or, Alone in New York and Jed, the poorhouse boy, or, From poverty.
"A poor boy discovers his true identity" -- cover.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Jed -- Mr. and Mrs. Fogson -- The Scranton Poorhouse -- An exciting contest -- Jed secures an ally -- Mr. Fogson makes up his mind -- Fogson's mistake -- Mr. Fogson is astonished -- Jed leaves The Poorhouse -- Jed reaches Duncan -- Jed's first appearance on stage -- Percy Dixon is bewildered -- Fogson in pursuit -- Jed's luck -- Two odd acquaintances -- Miss Holbrook, spinster -- Jed meets an old acquaintance -- Mr. Fogson receives a letter -- Discharged -- Jed's poor prospects -- Jed arrives in New York -- Jed makes two calls -- Jed's bad luck -- A startling discovery -- Without a penny -- In search of employment -- An intractable agent -- A strange commission -- A surprise party -- Jed entertains an old acquaintance -- Jed returns good for evil -- At Bar Harbor -- The Poorhouse receives two visitors -- The detective -- Mrs. Avery's story -- Who was Jed? -- Jane Gilman -- The detective secures an ally -- Jed learns who he is -- Guy Fenwick's defeat -- Conclusion.
Supposedly an orphan, sixteen-year-old Jed resolves to leave the nineteenth-century Pennsylvania poorhouse where he grew up and make his way in the world.
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