The Iron Trail

The Iron Trail

Rex Ellingwood Beach was an American novelist and playwrighter. His adventure novels, influenced by Jack London, were immensely popular. Beach was lionized as the "Victor Hugo of the North,".

The Iron Trail is a story of Alaska in which the government policy as regards the coal fields is strongly criticized. The interest centers about an irresistible Irishman who is bound to conquer the wilderness of glacier and river and gorge with his railroad and bridges. He does… (more)

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Publisher: SC Active Business Development SRL (April 15, 2017)

Page count: 296 pages

Language: English

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