Francis Hopkinson Smith. His first popular book was Col. Carter of Cartersville (1891). His 1896 novel Tom Grogan and 1898 novel Caleb West were each the best selling book in the United States in the year of their release. Selected bibliography.
Francis Hopkinson Smith. He illustrated and published numerous travelogues, including
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outside breast-pocket of her ulster protruded a time-book, from which dangled a pencil fastened to a hempen string.
You can also read the full text online using our ereader. Tale of an indomitable Irish woman who carries on against all odds the business of her stevedore husband. outside breast-pocket of her ulster protruded a time-book, from which dangled a pencil fastened to a hempen string. Every movement indicated great physical strength, perfect health, and a thorough control of herself and her surroundings.
by F. Hopkinson Smith. I. babcock's discovery. Something worried Babcock. Heretofore to turn over to Grogan the unloading of material for any submarine work had been like feeding grist to a mill so many tons of concrete stone loaded on the scows by the stone crushing company had meant that exact amount delivered by Grogan on Babcock's mixing platforms twenty four hours after arrival, ready for the divers below. This was the way Grogan had worked, and he had required no watching.
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Francis Hopkinson Smith (October 23, 1838 – April 7, 1915) was a United States author, artist and engineer. Smith was born in Baltimore, Maryland, a descendant of Francis Hopkinson, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence
Francis Hopkinson Smith (October 23, 1838 – April 7, 1915) was a United States author, artist and engineer. He built the foundation for the Statue of Liberty, wrote many famous stories and received awards for his paintings. Smith was born in Baltimore, Maryland, a descendant of Francis Hopkinson, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He graduated from the Boys' Latin School of Maryland.
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