HARDLY A MAN IS NOW ALIVE by Daniel Carter Beard

HARDLY A MAN IS NOW ALIVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The head of the Boy Scout movement in this country tells of a long and active life, from a Tom Sawyerish boyhood contemporaneous with the Civil War, of training for Civil Engineering, of travel, of work with magazines, of experiences with people along the way -- and of the Boy Scouts. Entertaining, leisurely reminiscences, good Americana, with an appeal wider than the Scout market (or even the scouts grown up).

Pub Date: Sept. 8th, 1939
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran