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W.H.G. Kingston


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W.H.G. Kingston : Dick Onslow Among the Red Indians

'For a boy in a Lancashire mining village around 1880, where there were few books to read (other than twenty volumes of Methodist Conference minutes) W.H.G. Kingston's "Dick Onslow Among the Red Indians" could be hypnotic: "I was entranced. I no longer lived in Hindley. In imagination I turned native and lived among red men and hunters, tomahawks and scalps".'

Century: 1850-1899     Reader/Listener/Group: William Lax      Print: Book


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