using standard courier delivery
1926. Hamlin Garland was born near La Crosse, Wisconsin and lived in the area for nine years before his family moved to South Dakota. As an adult he lived in major cities throughout the United States but visited his birthplace often. In 1922 he received a Pulitzer Prize for "A Daughter of the Middle Border", and was also director of the American Academy of Arts and Letters for a number of years. The contents include: Boy Life in the State of Maine; The Railway and Boston; The Lure of the Sunset Regions; The Westward Journey; The Great Lakes; The Promised Land; Harriet's Home in the West; Richard Helps Harvest; The Musical McLanes; The Turkey Shoot; The Logging-Camp; Running the River; The Stir of Settlement; As Forest Vedettes; Wolves on the Trail; Pastures New; Richard Wins a Promise; The Minnesota Prairies; Richard Wins a Bride; The Cabin in the Coulee; Isabel's Winter in the Woods; Richard's Last Raft; The New Interest; Richard Goes South; Richard Reports for Duty; Exploring the Lowlands; Clinton's Rescue; The Eyes of the Army; Within the Lines; Richard Escapes from the City; The Flag of Truce; On the Sick List; and The Peaceful River.