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The Resource The coming wave; or, The hidden treasure of High Rock., By Oliver Optic, author of "Young America abroad, " "The army and navy series, " "The Woodville stories, " "The starry flag series, " "The boat club stories, " "The Lake Shore series, " "The upward and onward series, " etc., etc. ; With thirteen illustrations

The coming wave; or, The hidden treasure of High Rock., By Oliver Optic, author of "Young America abroad, " "The army and navy series, " "The Woodville stories, " "The starry flag series, " "The boat club stories, " "The Lake Shore series, " "The upward and onward series, " etc., etc. ; With thirteen illustrations

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The coming wave; or, The hidden treasure of High Rock.
Title
The coming wave; or, The hidden treasure of High Rock.
Statement of responsibility
By Oliver Optic, author of "Young America abroad, " "The army and navy series, " "The Woodville stories, " "The starry flag series, " "The boat club stories, " "The Lake Shore series, " "The upward and onward series, " etc., etc. ; With thirteen illustrations
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Language
eng
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Citation location within source
091
Citation source
Jones, D.B. Oliver Optic
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plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Series statement
Yacht Club series
Series volume
v. 4
Target audience
juvenile
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The coming wave; or, The hidden treasure of High Rock., By Oliver Optic, author of "Young America abroad, " "The army and navy series, " "The Woodville stories, " "The starry flag series, " "The boat club stories, " "The Lake Shore series, " "The upward and onward series, " etc., etc. ; With thirteen illustrations
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  • Plates engraved on wood signed by "John Andrew Son" (i.e., John Andrew and George T. Andrew). "Each volume contains thirteen full-page engravings, expressly designed for it by the well-known American artist, C.G. Bush."--p. [1] of publisher's advertisement, at end
  • By William Taylor Adams (i.e., "Oliver Optic")
  • "The yacht club series."--series title, transposed from head of title page. Numbered list, p. [4]
  • "Electrotyped by C.C. Morse and Son, Haverhill, Mass."--verso of title page
  • "'The coming wave' is the fourth volume of The yacht club series, and is an entirely independent story. Though the incidents are located on Penobscot Bay and relate largely to boats and yachting, the characters have not before been presented; but some of them will again be introduced in the subsequent volumes of the series."--Preface, p. 5, dated at Towerhouse, Boston, July 10, 1874
  • Copyright 1874 by William T. Adams
  • "Per vol., $1.50."--p. [1] of advertisement at end
  • "New and attractive publications of Lee and Shepard, publishers, Boston, Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham, New York."--advertisement, [4] p. at end
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
353, [7] p., [13] leaves of plates
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (CStRLIN)UTBGRLA432719-B
  • MAAR8907312600-B
  • (OCoLC)ocn136534744
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The coming wave; or, The hidden treasure of High Rock., By Oliver Optic, author of "Young America abroad, " "The army and navy series, " "The Woodville stories, " "The starry flag series, " "The boat club stories, " "The Lake Shore series, " "The upward and onward series, " etc., etc. ; With thirteen illustrations
Publication
Note
  • Plates engraved on wood signed by "John Andrew Son" (i.e., John Andrew and George T. Andrew). "Each volume contains thirteen full-page engravings, expressly designed for it by the well-known American artist, C.G. Bush."--p. [1] of publisher's advertisement, at end
  • By William Taylor Adams (i.e., "Oliver Optic")
  • "The yacht club series."--series title, transposed from head of title page. Numbered list, p. [4]
  • "Electrotyped by C.C. Morse and Son, Haverhill, Mass."--verso of title page
  • "'The coming wave' is the fourth volume of The yacht club series, and is an entirely independent story. Though the incidents are located on Penobscot Bay and relate largely to boats and yachting, the characters have not before been presented; but some of them will again be introduced in the subsequent volumes of the series."--Preface, p. 5, dated at Towerhouse, Boston, July 10, 1874
  • Copyright 1874 by William T. Adams
  • "Per vol., $1.50."--p. [1] of advertisement at end
  • "New and attractive publications of Lee and Shepard, publishers, Boston, Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham, New York."--advertisement, [4] p. at end
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
353, [7] p., [13] leaves of plates
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (CStRLIN)UTBGRLA432719-B
  • MAAR8907312600-B
  • (OCoLC)ocn136534744

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