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Jim Spurling, Fisherman

by Albert Walter Tolman

A splendid story of self-reliant American boys and of their many adventures as deep-sea fishermen. Three boys who must make money for their college education decide to earn it by a summer's fishing off the Maine coast. Jim Spurling is the leader and his uncle rents them on shares of Tarpaulin Island, twenty-five miles off the coast. It is a book that will appeal to men as well as boys.

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