The Wide World Magazine: April 1911, No. 156. Vol. 26

By: Multiple Contributors

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Features: The House of Death; In Mysterious Senoussi Lana - a story from the heart of the Sahara; Pietro's Lost Mine - fortune knocks on a gold prospector's door, only to vanish in a strange way; The Turk at Play - interesting pastimes, including camel-fighting!; The Undoing of Ba Tin - a curious story of murder from Burma as told by a high police official; Our Trek Beyond the Zambesi - Mrs. Maturin; An American Gretna Green - The Rev. A.H. Burroughs, the 'marrying person' of Tennessee; On the Shoals - a tale of desperate peril and splendid heroism on Lake Erie involving the steamer 'Clarion'; The Mountain of the Ark - a description of an ascent of Mount Ararat; Jim Christie and the Bear, by C.H. Gibbons of the Legislative Assembly, Victoria, B.C. - the story of an appalling adventure with a grizzly, the like of which does not exist in the annals of big-game hunting; My Wanderings in Crete; Professor C.H. Hawes studies head-forms and sets forth his experiences, incidentally describing some very curious customs which he encountered; Iveson's Trap - an extraordinary accident strikes a Yorkshire farmer while shepherding in Shunner Fell, Swaledale; Among Ryper and Reindeer in Norway - C.V. Pell hunts game and relates his experiences; Lighting a Bush Fire - an account of an experience in Victoria during the drought of 1898. Above-average wear. Covers holding but loosely. Bonus: Laid-in is a 2016 feature newspaper article on Jim Christie, who appears on the cover of this issue. The article includes an actual photo of the magazine we are offering.

Title: The Wide World Magazine: April 1911, No. 156. Vol. 26

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Travel, Exploration & Adventure,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes: 1911

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 842a1486

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine: April 1911, No. 156. Vol. 26 The House of Death; In Mysterious Senoussi Lana - a story from the heart of the Sahara; Pietro's Lost Mine - fortune knocks on a gold prospector's door, only to vanish in a strange way; The Turk at Play - interesting pastimes, including camel-fighting!; The Undoing of Ba Tin - a curious story of murder from Burma as told by a high police official; Our Trek Beyond the Zambesi - Mrs. Maturin; An American Gretna Green - The Rev. A.H. Burroughs, the 'marrying person' of Tennessee; On the Shoals - a tale of desperate peril and splendid heroism on Lake Erie involving the steamer 'Clarion'; The Mountain of the Ark - a description of an ascent of Mount Ararat; Jim Christie and the Bear, by C.H. Gibbons of the Legislative Assembly, Victoria, B.C. - the story of an appalling adventure with a grizzly, the like of which does not exist in the annals of big-game hunting; My Wanderings in Crete; Professor C.H. Hawes studies head-forms and sets forth his experiences, incidentally describing some very curious customs which he encountered; Iveson's Trap - an extraordinary accident strikes a Yorkshire farmer while shepherding in Shunner Fell, Swaledale; Among Ryper and Reindeer in Norway - C.V. Pell hunts game and relates his experiences; Lighting a Bush Fire - an account of an experience in Victoria during the drought of 1898,