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Our Little Hungarian Cousin
Mary F. Nixon-Roulet
"Our Little Spanish Cousin," "Our Little Alaskan Cousin,"
"Our Little Grecian Cousin," "Our Little Australian Cousin,"
"With a Pessimist in Spain," "God, the King, My Brother," etc., etc.
"He . . . Quickly began a little tune."
L. C. Page & Company
By L. C. Page & Company
The Plimpton Press Norwood Mass. U.
Philip Henry de Roulet
A part of the great Austrian Empire, Hungary, is a kingdom in itself, with its own laws and its own government. Through this land runs the "beautiful blue Danube," with castles and towns upon its wooded banks; on one side the mountains, on the other the Great Plains.
Here dwell many races with quaint customs and quainter costumes, and it is of these people that you will read in Our Little Hungarian Cousin.
With the Tziganes
II. Along the Gypsy Trail
III. At the Gulyas' Hut
V. The Fair of Harom-Szölöhoz
VI. Village Life
VII. The Unexpected
VIII. Marushka Makes a Journey
IX. "Oh, the Eyes of My Mother!"
List of Illustrations
"He . . . quickly began a little tune"
"Searched through Banda Bela with a keen glance"
Washing in the River
"'Who is this child?' demanded the Baroness"
"First came Marushka"
"'Across the river you see Buda,' said the Baroness"