Along Water Boundaries

AUDUBON had secured free passage on one of two flatboats going down the Ohio and the Mississippi, carrying salt and miscellaneous articles to sell at villages along the way. In return for his berth he was to keep the party in game. Altogether a party of ten set out, four boatmen, three owners, and two other passengers whose fortunes were not unlike his own. One was an overgrown boy of thirteen named Joseph Mason, another of the many boys who would follow Audubon anywhere. He had been one of his pupils in Cincinnati, and had a small gift for painting. Audubon valued him as a companion mainly because he was a fine shot. With the multitude of his plans he needed an assistant,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Audubon Prints ix
  • 1 - A Mystery--But No Matter 3
  • 2 - Spring on the Perkiomen 16
  • 3 - Portrait of Lucy 29
  • 4 - A Crowd of Frontiersmen 45
  • 5 - At the Great Bend 69
  • On a Gay Horse 91
  • Many Trails and a Snug Cabin 111
  • Along Water Boundaries 136
  • 9 - Patterns on the Page and in the Sky 164
  • 10 - An Artist Faces the World 187
  • 11 - Wild Turkeys Abroad 206
  • 12 - In the Golden Age 227
  • 13 - Top and Bottom of a Continent 248
  • 14 - The Making of an Epic 270
  • 15 - The Old Hunter 295
  • Note 319
  • Index 337
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