1913. A collection of stories by Francis Clement Kelley, who was the second Bishop of Oklahoma, a diplomat and a writer. With his powerful pen and eloquent tongue, he planted seeds of truth among the weeds of ignorance and organized bigotry. Contents: The City and the World; The Flaming Cross; The Vicar-General; The Resurrection of Alta; The Man with a Dead Soul; The Autobiography of a Dollar; Le Braillard de la Magdeleine; The Legend of Deschamps; The Thousand Dollar Note; The Occasion; The Yankee Tramp; How Father Tom Connolly Began to Be a Saint; The Unbroken Seal; and Mac of the Island. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.