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The Big Brother

George Cary Eggleston

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The savages hurrying forward to reinforce their friends, passed within a few feet of the young people, but did not see them. The storming of the fort then began, and after watching the evolutions of the Indians for some time, Sam said:

"We mustn't stay here. Those red skins are working around this way, and 'll find us. Crawl on your hands and knees, all of you, and follow me."

"Whar's ye gwine to, Mas' Sam?" asked Joe.

"Sh, sh," said Judie. "Don't talk Joe, but do as Brother Sam tells you. Don't you know he always knows what's best? Besides, maybe he hasn't quite found out where he's going yet, himself."

But Joe was not as confident of Sam's genius for doing the right thing as Judie was, and so, after crawling for some distance, he again broke silence.

"Miss Judie."

"What do you want, Joe?"

"Does you know whar Mas' Sam's a-takin' us to, an' what he's gwine to do when he gits dar?"

"No, of course I . . . Read More

Community Reviews

During the Creek War of 1813-14, four youngsters are forced to survive in the forests and swamps of Alabama surrounded by Indians, having to rely on the knowledge and bravery of the eldest, seventeen year old Sam Hardwicke.

A frontier romance with an educational tone, The Big Brother is a passable ad