Jan of the Windmill

Jan of the Windmill

A Story of the Plains

Book - 1884
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Brought as a foster child to live with the miller's family when he is an infant, Jan early shows interest and talent in the arts, exercises a good and gentle spirit with all people, and only after tragedy and cruelty fail to thwart his love of nature and art, is he able to learn of his past and become united with his real father.
Publisher: New York ; Burt, [1884]
Branch Call Number: j
Characteristics: xi, 394 p., [3] ℓ of plates : ill. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Children's Special Collection


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