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The Campaign of the Jungle or, Under Lawton through Luzon   By: (1862-1930)

The Campaign of the Jungle or, Under Lawton through Luzon by Edward Stratemeyer

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Edward Stratemeyer


Old Glory Series

Cloth Illustrated Price per volume $1.25.

UNDER DEWEY AT MANILA Or the War Fortunes of a Castaway. A YOUNG VOLUNTEER IN CUBA Or Fighting for the Single Star. FIGHTING IN CUBAN WATERS Or Under Schley on the Brooklyn. UNDER OTIS IN THE PHILIPPINES Or a Young Officer in the Tropics. THE CAMPAIGN OF THE JUNGLE Or Under Lawton through Luzon.

The Bound to Succeed Series

Three volumes Cloth Illustrated Price per volume $1.25.

RICHARD DARE'S VENTURE Or Striking Out for Himself. OLIVER BRIGHT'S SEARCH Or The Mystery of a Mine. TO ALASKA FOR GOLD Or The Fortune Hunters of the Yukon.

The Ship and Shore Series

Three volumes Cloth Illustrated Price per volume $1.25.

THE LAST CRUISE OF THE SPITFIRE Or Larry Foster's Strange Voyage. REUBEN STONE'S DISCOVERY Or The Young Miller of Torrent Bend. TRUE TO HIMSELF Or Roger Strong's Struggle for Place.

[Illustration: "You are from the Olympia, I believe?" Page 23. ]

Old Glory Series


Or Under Lawton through Luzon



Author of "Under Dewey at Manila," "A Young Volunteer in Cuba," "Fighting in Cuban Waters," "Under Otis in the Philippines," "To Alaska for Gold" "Richard Dare's Venture," "Oliver Bright's Search," Etc.

Illustrated by A. B. Shute

Boston Lee and Shepard Publishers 1900

Copyright, 1900, by Lee and Shepard. All Rights Reserved.

The Campaign of the Jungle.

Norwood Press J. S. Cushing & Co. Berwick & Smith Norwood Mass. U.S.A.


"The Campaign of the Jungle" is a complete story in itself, but forms the fifth volume of the "Old Glory Series," a line of tales depicting life and adventure in our army and navy of to day.

The heroes of these various stories are the three Russell brothers, Larry, Walter, and Ben. In the first volume we told of Larry's adventures while "Under Dewey at Manila," in the second and fourth we followed Ben as "A Young Volunteer in Cuba" and during the opening campaign "Under Otis in the Philippines," while in the third tale we saw what Walter could do "Fighting in Cuban Waters."

In the present volume the reader is asked to follow the fortunes of both Larry and Ben in two important expeditions of that gallant soldier, General Henry W. Lawton, the first directed against Santa Cruz on the Laguna de Bay, where the insurgents were left badly scattered, and the second from Manila to San Isidro, a winding advance of about one hundred and fifty miles through the jungle, which took twenty days to complete, and during which time twenty two battles were fought and twenty eight towns were captured, along with large quantities of army stores and the like. This latter expedition was one of the most daring of its kind, and could not have been pushed to success had not the man at its head been what he was, a trained Indian fighter of our own West, and one whose nerve and courage were almost beyond comprehension. Small wonder it was that when, later on, General Lawton was killed on the firing line, General Otis cabled, "Great loss to us and to his country."

As in the previous volumes of this series, the author has endeavored to be as accurate, historically, as possible, and for this reason has examined the reports of the officers high in command, as well as listened to many tales related by the returning soldiers themselves. It is therefore hoped that if any errors have crept in they may not be of sufficient magnitude to hurt the general usefulness of the work from an historical standpoint. As a story of adventure, the writer trusts it will find equal favor with those that have preceded it in the series.

EDWARD STRATEMEYER... Continue reading book >>

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