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by David Grayson
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Author of "Adventure in Contentment," "Adventures in Friendship". A word to him who opens this book
Author of "Adventure in Contentment," "Adventures in Friendship". Illustrated by Thomas Fogarty. Surely it is good to be alive at a time like this. A word to him who opens this book. I did not plan when I began writing these chapters to make an entire book, but only to put down the more or less unusual impressions, the events and adventures, of certain quiet pilgrimages in country roads. But when I had written down all of these things, I found I had material in plenty.
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This is a good book for quiet reading in the evening.
Although nearly a century has passed since Mr. Grayson's adventures. It would afford us much benefit to heed his sentiments. This is a good book for quiet reading in the evening.
New Adventures in Contentment. Author: (AKA David Grayson) Ray Stannard Baker. A word to him who opens this book
New Adventures in Contentment. Release Date: December 13, 2008. Last Updated: January 25, 2013. What shall I call it now that I have written it? I asked myself.
David Grayson is the pseudonym used by Ray Stannard Baker, a Pulitzer Prize winner for biography in 1940. A farmer, (the author writes all these books in first person) simply puts his hat on, grabs his cane and hits the road. Stannard got his start writing for the popular muckracking magazine, McClure's which was quite popular toward the early part of the 1900s. In 1908 he wrote, under his own name, a book entitled "Following the Color Line" and is noted as the first prominent journalist to write about, in a truthful fashion, the deplorable conditions of race relations in this country at that time. It is sort of like the Australian Walk-about; turn of the century American style.
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Adventures in Contentment under the pseudonym David Grayson. The Friendly Road: New Adventures in Contentmant.
He also dabbled in fiction, writing children's stories for the magazine Youth's Companion and a nine-volume series of stories about rural living in America, the first of which was titled Adventures in Contentment under the pseudonym David Grayson. In 1906, Baker, Steffens and Tarbell left McClure's and created American Magazine. In 1908, he wrote the book Following the Color Line, becoming the first prominent journalist to examine America's racial divide .
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