A Book of Brave Deeds
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A Book of Brave Deeds

Published in 1901, "A Book of Brave Deeds" was written and compiled in order to inspire young people to great heights of heroism and self-sacrifice. It's many tales of great sacrifice and heroic struggles were designed to instill a desire to display similar qualities in the reader. Among its hundreds of pages are 7 beautiful color illustrations. 

The Sinking of The Merrimac

The Small Desperate Band Stood Side By Side, Fighting To The Last

Joan of Arc

Pocahontas ... Darted Forward and Thus Prevented My Death

Travelling Musicians of Peru

He Saw The Whole Body of Warriors, Shouting And Gesticulating Wildly

A Brave Stoker

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