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The Porcelain Lady, (1913). "Author - Frederick John Niven". Author and Book Info. Justice Of The Peace, (1914). The SS Glory, (1915). Frederick Niven fonds at Glenbow Museum. Works by Frederick Niven at Faded Page (Canada). Works by Frederick Niven at Project Gutenberg. php?title Frederick Niven&oldid 887407854".
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Frederick John Niven. ing Cross and ask them to look on these towers as they dissolved in the mists of night-so that they might understand something of the beauty of the words they sang
Frederick John Niven. ing Cross and ask them to look on these towers as they dissolved in the mists of night-so that they might understand something of the beauty of the words they sang. When I passed down University Gardens late one night from visiting a friend there, sudden, over me, there was a boom; the half-hour had sounded.
The Online Books Page. Hands Up! Title: Hands Up! Author: Niven, Frederick, 1878-1944. Note: New York: J. Lane C. 1913.
1878-03-31)March 31, 1878 Valparaiso, Chile. The Porcelain Lady, (1913).
Hands up! by. Niven, Frederick, 1878-1944.
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Hands Up! Book Details. Two of Niven’s historical novels, The Flying Years (1935) and Mine Inheritance (1940), are set on the prairies, but most of his work is set in either Scotland or British Columbia. In his final novel, The Transplanted (1944), Niven depicts the rise of . s interior ranching, lumbering and mining industries and their effects on a broad range of characters. Two transplanted men from Glasgow, Robert Wallace and Jock Galbraith, maintain a strong bond despite difficulties. Robert Wallace is a shrewd visionary who becomes a builder of Canada, opening up the town of Elkhorn.