Harper's Young People, Vol. 01, Issue 19, March 9, 1880

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Harper's Young People, an illustrated weekly publication for children, includes serialized and one-off short stories, tales from history, poetry, puzzles, and other fun. This 19th issue of the serial, published on March 9, 1880, contains stories of a young sailor's first voyage, animals that love music, a trip around around the solar system, a dog's feats of heroism, brothers separated in a foreign land, a lesson in nature sketching, Biddy O'Dolan's continuing story of loss and gain, and much more. This periodical was published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle (1 hr 48 min)


Across the Ocean; or, a Boy's First Voyage: Chapter I 11:03 Read by Keith Salis
A Fairy Flight; Animals Who Love Music 5:11 Read by Larry Wilson
How Many Worlds?; A Four-Footed Messenger 10:41 Read by Larry Wilson
Will's Belgian Night 22:39 Read by Hopeforce1
Hetty 9:38 Read by KevinS
A Little Girl's Impressions of Madeira; Pencil Drawing -- No. 1 6:51 Read by Erin Stone
Biddy O'Dolon: Chapter III 14:01 Read by Keith Salis
I am the Lad in the Blue and White 2:13 Read by Larry Wilson
Our Post-Office Box; Advertisements 23:39 Read by BettyB
The Darwinogram; The Little Spanish Dancer; Charade 2:28 Read by BettyB