The Claim Jumpers

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10 thoughts on “The Claim Jumpers

  1. Alana Cash Alana Cash says:

    The book is written in the old fashioned style with little graphic detail of what it was like to live in a mining camp, but given allowance for that, the book has some interesting plot twists It begins with some artists in New York discussing Bennington de Laney in a derogatory way Bennington is assigned by his family to go out to inspect some gold mines in the West The artists write a letter to a friend of theirs Jim Fay , asking Fay to play tricks on Bennington Fay is not the only one The book is written in the old fashioned style with little graphic detail of what it was like to live in a mining camp, but given allowance for that, the book has some interesting plot twists It begins with some artists in New York discussing Bennington de Laney in a derogatory way Bennington is assigned by his family to go out to inspect some gold mines in the West The artists write a letter to a friend of theirs Jim Fay , asking Fay to play tricks on Bennington Fay is not the only one taking advantage of Bennington s ignorance Bennington is a rube what he cannot see thru, the reader suspects The writing is good enough, but in places a bit silly For example, from a distance, Bennington can see that the girl has violet colored eyes Although another reviewer found the book funny, I did not But I was intrigued to know if Bennington would discover all the tricks that had been played on him and what would happen with the girl


  2. Nathan Nathan says:

    a mix between Western, satire on the art of writing, and romance, and pretty darn funny.


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The Claim Jumpers [Reading] ➿ The Claim Jumpers By Stewart Edward White – Polishdarling.co.uk This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitizati This is a prehistorical reproduction that was curated for quality Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the The Claim PDF \ digitization process Though we have made best efforts the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

  • Hardcover
  • 168 pages
  • The Claim Jumpers
  • Stewart Edward White
  • English
  • 12 July 2019
  • 0554234807

About the Author: Stewart Edward White

From about until about , he wrote fiction and non fiction about adventure and travel, with an emphasis on natural history and outdoor living Starting in , he and The Claim PDF \ his wife Elizabeth Betty Grant White wrote numerous books they claimed were received through channelling with spirits They also wrote of their travels around the state of California White died in Hillsborough, California.



10 thoughts on “The Claim Jumpers

  1. Alana Cash Alana Cash says:

    The book is written in the old fashioned style with little graphic detail of what it was like to live in a mining camp, but given allowance for that, the book has some interesting plot twists It begins with some artists in New York discussing Bennington de Laney in a derogatory way Bennington is assigned by his family to go out to inspect some gold mines in the West The artists write a letter to a friend of theirs Jim Fay , asking Fay to play tricks on Bennington Fay is not the only one The book is written in the old fashioned style with little graphic detail of what it was like to live in a mining camp, but given allowance for that, the book has some interesting plot twists It begins with some artists in New York discussing Bennington de Laney in a derogatory way Bennington is assigned by his family to go out to inspect some gold mines in the West The artists write a letter to a friend of theirs Jim Fay , asking Fay to play tricks on Bennington Fay is not the only one taking advantage of Bennington s ignorance Bennington is a rube what he cannot see thru, the reader suspects The writing is good enough, but in places a bit silly For example, from a distance, Bennington can see that the girl has violet colored eyes Although another reviewer found the book funny, I did not But I was intrigued to know if Bennington would discover all the tricks that had been played on him and what would happen with the girl


  2. Nathan Nathan says:

    a mix between Western, satire on the art of writing, and romance, and pretty darn funny.


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