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Title: Index for Works of Holman Day - Hyperlinks to all Chapters of all Individual Ebooks
Author: Day, Holman
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INDEX FOR WORKS OF HOLMAN DAY

By Holman Day


CONTENTS

##  THE LANDLOPER

##  WHEN EGYPT WENT BROKE

##  BLOW THE MAN DOWN

##  WHEN EGYPT WENT BROKE

##  SQUIRE PHIN

##  PINE TREE BALLADS

##  WHERE YOUR TREASURE IS

##  THE OWL TAXI



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE LANDLOPER


THE ROMANCE OF A MAN ON FOOT

By Holman Day

1915



    CONTENTS


    THE LANDLOPER

    I

    II

    III

    IV

    V

    VI

    VII

    VIII

    IX

    X

    XI

    XII

    XIII

    XIV

    XV

    XVI

    XVII

    XVIII

    XIX

    XX

    XXI

    XXII

    XXIII

    XXIV

    XXV

    XXVI

    XXVII

    XXVIII

    XXIX

    XXX

    XXXI

    XXXII

    XXXIII



WHEN EGYPT WENT BROKE


A NOVEL

By Holman Day



    CONTENTS


    WHEN EGYPT WENT BROKE

    CHAPTER I

    CHAPTER II

    CHAPTER III

    CHAPTER IV

    CHAPTER V

    CHAPTER VI

    CHAPTER VII

    CHAPTER VIII

    CHAPTER IX

    CHAPTER X

    CHAPTER XI

    CHAPTER XII

    CHAPTER XIII

    CHAPTER XIV

    CHAPTER XV

    CHAPTER XVI

    CHAPTER XVII

    CHAPTER XVIII

    CHAPTER XIX

    CHAPTER XX

    CHAPTER XXI

    CHAPTER XXII

    CHAPTER XXIII

    CHAPTER XXIV

    CHAPTER XXV

    CHAPTER XXVI

    CHAPTER XXVII

    CHAPTER XXVIII

    CHAPTER XXIX

    CHAPTER XXX

    CHAPTER XXXI



THE RAINY DAY RAILROAD WAR
By Holman Day

1906

    CONTENTS


    THE RAINY DAY RAILROAD WAR


    CHAPTER ONE—THE TRYING-OUT OF ONE RODNEY PARKER, ASSISTANT ENGINEER

    CHAPTER TWO—THE WHIM THAT PROJECTED THE FAMOUS “POQUETTE CARRY RAILROAD”

    CHAPTER THREE—ENGINEER PARKER GETS FINAL ORDERS FOR “THE LAND OF THE GIDEONITES.”

    CHAPTER FOUR—IN WHICH THE DOUGHTY “SWAMP SWOGON” ASTONISHES SUNKHAZE SETTLEMENT

    CHAPTER FIVE—HOW COLONEL GIDEON WAS BACKED DOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HIS LIFE

    CHAPTER SIX—IN WHICH “THE CAT-HERMIT OF MOXIE” CASTS HIS SHADOW LONG BEFORE HIM

    CHAPTER SEVEN—HOW “THE FRESH-WATER CORSAIRS” CAME TO SUNKHAZE

    CHAPTER EIGHT—THE LOCOMOTIVE THAT WENT SWIMMING AND THE ENGINEER WHO WAS STOLEN

    CHAPTER NINE—UP THE WINDING WAY TO THE “OGRE OF THE BIG WOODS.”

    CHAPTER TEN—THE WANGAN DUEL

    CHAPTER ELEVEN—THE BEAR THAT WALKED LIKE A MAN

    CHAPTER TWELVE—THE STRANGE “CAT-HERMIT OF MOXIE”

    CHAPTER THIRTEEN—THE BEAR OF THE BIG WOODS “BAITED” AFTER HIS OWN FASHION

    CHAPTER FOURTEEN—HOW RODNEY PARKER PAID AN HONEST DEBT

    CHAPTER FIFTEEN—THE DAY WHEN POQUETTE BURST WIDE OPEN

    CHAPTER SIXTEEN—THE PACT THAT OPENED RODNEY PARKER'S PROFESSIONAL FUTURE



    BLOW THE MAN DOWN
    A ROMANCE OF THE COAST


    By Holman Day



        CONTENTS


        BLOW THE MAN DOWN

        I ~ CAPTAIN BOYD MAYO GETS OUT OF SOUNDINGS

        II ~ THEN CAPTAIN MAYO SEES SHOALS

        III ~ THE TAVERN OF THE SEAS

        IV ~ OVER THE “POLLY'S” RAIL

        V ~ ON THE BRIDGE OF YACHT “OLENIA”

        VI ~ AND WE SAILED

        VII ~ INTO THE MESS FROM EASTWARD

        VIII ~ LIKE BUGS UNDER A THIMBLE

        IX ~ A MAN'S JOB

        X ~ HOSPITALITY, PER JULIUS MARSTON

        XI ~ A VOICE FROM HUE AND CRY

        XII ~ NO PLACE POR THE SOLES OP THEIR FEET

        XIII ~ A CAPTAIN OP HUMAN FLOTSAM

        XIV ~ BEARINGS FOR A NEW COURSE

        XV ~ THE RULES OF THE ROAD

        XVI ~ MILLIONS AND A MITE

        XVII ~ “EXACTLY!” SAID MR. FOGG

        XVIII ~ HOW AN ANNUAL MEETING WAS HELD—ONCE!

        XIX ~ THE PRIZE PACKAGE FROM MR. FOGG

        XX ~ TESTING OUT A MAN

        XXI ~ BITTER PROOF BY MORNING LIGHT

        XXII ~ SPECIAL BUSINESS OF A PASSENGER

        XXIII ~ THE MONSTER THAT SLIPPED ITS LEASH

        XXIV ~ DOWN A GALLOPING SEA

        XXV ~ A GIRL AND HER DEBT OF HONOR

        XXVI ~ THE FANGS OF OLD RAZEE

        XXVII ~ THE TEMPEST TURNS ITS CARD

        XXVIII ~ GIRL'S HELP AND MAN'S WORK

        XXIX ~ THE TOILERS OF OLD RAZEE

        XXX ~ THE MATTER OP A MONOGRAM IN WAX

        XXXI ~ THE BIG FELLOW HIMSELF

        XXXII ~ A GIRL'S DEAR “BECAUSE!”



    PINE TREE BALLADS
    Rhymed Stories of Unplaned Human Natur’ Up in Maine
    By Holman F. Day



    CONTENTS

    FOREWORD

    PINE TREE BALLADS

    OUR HOME FOLKS

    FEEDIN’ THE STOCK

    JOHN W. JONES

    DEED OF THE OLD HOME PLACE

    OUR HOME FOLKS

    THANKSGIVIN’ JIM

    “OLD POSH”

    THE SUN-BROWNED DADS OF MAINE

    “HEAVENLY CROWN” RICH

    OLD “FIGGER-FOUR”

    PHEBE AND ICHABOD

    WHEN OUR HERO COMES TO MAINE

    UNCLE TASCUS AND THE DEED

    SONGS OF THE SEA AND SHORE

    TALE OF A SHAG-EYED SHARK

    THE GREAT JEEHOOKIBUS WHALE

    “AS BESEEMETH MEN”

    THE NIGHT OF THE WHITE REVIEW

    THE BALLAD OF ORASMUS NUTE

    THE DORYMAN’S SONG

    WE FELLERS DIGGIN’ CLAMS

    DAN’L AND DUNK

    THE AWFUL WAH-HOOH-WOW

    SKIPPER JASON ELLISON

    BALLADS OF DRIVE AND CAMP

    THE RAPO-GENUS CHRISTMAS BALL

    BALLADS OF DRIVE AND CAMP

    WHEN THE ALLEGASH DRIVE GOES THROUGH

    THE KNIGHT OF THE SPIKE-SOLE BOOTS

    ’BOARD FOR THE ALLEGASH”

    THE WANGAN CAMP

    PLUG TOBACCO AT SOURDNAHUNK

    O’CONNOR FROM THE DRIVE

    JUST HUMAN NATURE

    BALLAD OF OZY B. ORR

    THE BALLAD OF “OLD SCRATCH”

    WHEN ’LISH PLAYED OX

    OLD “TEN PER CENT”

    DIDN’T BUST HIS FORK

    MEAN SAM GREEN

    DICKERER JIM

    BALLAD OF BENJAMIN BRANN

    THE HEIRS

    A. B. APPLETON, “PIRUT”

    NEXT TO THE HEART

    WITH LOVE—FROM MOTHER

    THE QUAKER WEDDING

    THE MADAWASKA WOOING

    THE SONG OF THE MAN WHO DRIVES

    THE OLD PEWTER PITCHER

    OUR GOOD PREVARICATORS

    OUR LIARS HERE IN MAINE

    THE BALLAD OF DOC PLUFF

    THE BALLAD OF HUNNEMAN TWO

    ORADUDOLPH MOODY, REPRESENTATIVE-ELECT

    TRIBUTE TO MR. ATKINS’S BASS VOICE

    JIM’S TRANSLATION

    ELIPHALET JONES—INVENTOR

    THE PANTS JEMIMY MADE

    BALLADS OF “CAPERS AND ACTIONS”

    BALLAD OF ELKANAH B. ATKINSON

    BALLAD OF OBADI FRYE

    AT THE OLD FOLKS’ WHANG

    IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD

    DRIVIN’ THE STAGE

    “DOC”

    ANOTHER “TEA REBELLION”

    “LIKE AN OLD COW’S TAIL”

    PASSING IT ALONG

    A SETTIN’ HEN

    BALLAD OF DEACON PEASLEE

    THE WORST TEACHER

    THE TUCKVILLE GRAND BALL

    THE ONE-RING SHOW

    THE SWITCH FOR HIRAM BROWN

    THE JUMPER

    ISHMAEL’S BREED



    WHERE YOUR TREASURE IS
    Being the Personal Narrative of Ross Sidney, Diver
    By Holman Day



    CONTENTS

    WHERE YOUR TREASURE IS

    I—BEING THE STRUGGLE OF AN AMATEUR AUTHOR TO GET A FAIR START

    II—ENDING WITH A MEETING ON PURGATORY HILL

    III—ON ACCOUNT OF A GIRL

    IV—THE TRAINING OF THE QUEEN OF “SHEBY”

    V—SHOOING AWAY A SCAPEGOAT

    VI—HAVING TO DO WITH JODREY VOSE’s MAKING OP A DIVER

    VII—THE PSYCHOLOGY OF A PLUG-HAT|

    VIII—“TAKING IT OUT” ON A SUIT OF CLOTHES

    IX—A GRISLY GAME OF BOWLS

    X—THE ART OF PUTTING ON A FRONT

    XI—THE FAILURE OF AN UNCLE-TAMER

    XII—STARTING SOMETHING IN LEVANT

    XIII—THE MAN WHO TALKED IN THE DARK

    XIV—THE KICK-BACKS IN THIS SAMARITAN BUSINESS

    XV—A TIP FROM MR. DAWLIN

    XVI—GRABBING A HUSBAND AND FATHER

    XVII—MONEY HAS LEGS

    XVIII—THE ECCENTRICITIES OF ROYAL CITY

    XIX—THE JOB Of AN ALTRUIST

    XX—ACROSS CALLAS

    XXI—THE SKIRMISH-LINE

    XXII—MONEY ON THE GALLOP

    XXIII—THE CLEAN-UP

    XXIV—HOW SWEET IS THE HOME-COMING, EH?

    XXV—GRATITUDE!

    XXVI—CAPTAIN HOLSTROM ET AL.

    XXVII—MR. BEASON HORNS IN

    XXVIII—SORTING THE CHECKER-BOARD CREW

    XXIX—THE TELLTALE RIBS

    XXX—THE LOCKS OF THE SAND

    XXXI—A TASTE OF BLOOD

    XXXII—PER MISTER MONKEY

    XXXIII—THE HEART OF THE MILLIONS

    XXXIV—AMONG THIEVES

    XXXV—SUBMARINE PICKPOCKETS

    XXXVI—THE TERROR FROM THE NORTH

    XXXVII—THE FRUIT OF THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE



    THE OWL TAXI

    BY HULBERT FOOTNER

    CONTENTS

    CHAPTER

    I The Transfer
    II Greg's First Fare
    III Greg's Second Fare
    IV In the House on Ninth Street
    V The Taxi Yard
    VI Greg's Rival
    VII The Undertaker
    VIII The Hold-up
    IX The Flivver as a Post-Office
    X Amy's Story
    XI The Ride Home
    XII What the Little Black Book Contained
    XIII De Socotra Hires T7011 Again
    XIV Through the Streets
    XV Nina
    XVI The "Psychopathic Sanitarium"
    XVII The Young Man with the Little Black Moustache
    XVIII Blossom's Report
    XIX The Abduction
    XX Exit Senor Saunders
    XXI Up-stairs and Down
    XXII Nemesis
    XXIII Conclusion



    SQUIRE PHIN
    By Holman Day

    CONTENTS

    SQUIRE PHIN

    CHAPTER I—“HARD-TIMES” WHARFF COCKS HIS NOSE TO SNIFF TROUBLE

    CHAPTER II—“HIME” LOOK’S HOMECOMING WITH AN ELEPHANT

    CHAPTER III—FROM THE MOUTH OF MARRINER AMAZEEN

    CHAPTER IV—SQUIRE PHIN FINDS HYMEN’S TORCH BURNING HIS FINGERS

    CHAPTER V—HIRAM LOOK MEETS KLEBER WILLARD BRIEFLY AND BRISKLY

    CHAPTER VI—SQUIRE PHIN HAS A WORD OF BUSINESS WITH KING BRADISH

    CHAPTER VII—THE BUSINESS OF HUMAN HEARTS

    CHAPTER VIII—SQUIRE PHIN ACTS AS PEACEMAKER

    CHAPTER IX—SUMNER BADGER MAKES A WILL AND, UNWITTINGLY, A DISCLOSURE

    CHAPTER X—HIRAM LOOK PULLS IN SIMON PEAK FROM THE FLOTSAM OF LIFE

    CHAPTER XI—THE COMBINATION THAT PROVED TOO MUCH

    CHAPTER XII—THE LIVELY FIRST APPEARANCE OF “THE LOOK BROTHERS

    CHAPTER XIII—THE “COME-UPPANCE” OF CAPTAIN NYMPHUS BODFISH

    CHAPTER XIV—THE PACT OF “ORPHAN HILL”

    CHAPTER XV—SOME OF THE POSSIBILITIES IN A “CORNET BRASS BAND”

    CHAPTER XVI—THE DISAPPOINTING “TEST CASE” OF SUMNER BADGER,

    CHAPTER XVII—WHAT DEVELOPED AT THE FORUM IN ASA BRICKETT’S STORE,

    CHAPTER XVIII—YANKEE DISPOSITION IS NOT EXACTLY UNDERSTOOD,

    CHAPTER XIX—SQUIRE PHIN SEES AND REPLEVINS WHAT BELONGS TO HIM

    CHAPTER XX—PALERMO’S “MARCH MEETIN’”

    CHAPTER XXI—WHY HIRAM LOOK WENT OUT OF THE CIRCUS BUSINESS

    CHAPTER XXII—HOW SYLVENA WILLARD “TRIED IT ON THE DOG,”

    CHAPTER XXIII—HIRAM LOOK’S TWO LIVELY BUSINESS ENGAGEMENTS

    CHAPTER XXIV—THE CREDIT SHEET, AFTER THE LOOK

    CHAPTER XXV—AQUARIUS WHARFF SEES SOMETHING BESIDES HARD TIMES





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