Cub Pilot on the Mississippi

Cub Pilot on the Mississippi
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Written by: Mark Twain Storyboard by: Teagan Norconk

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  • During Mark Twain's two or two and a half years as a cub pilot, he was acquainted with every type of person there was to know. The one person he will never forget is that of Brown, the mote-magnifying tyrant and pilot of the steamboat, Pennsylvania.
  • Brown almost hit my brother Henry with that hefty 10-pound lump of coal! Good thing I stepped in and hit him with this stool!
  • What a relief! I thought I was done for such a crime!
  • Yes, sir...
  • So you have been fighting Mr. Brown?
  • I'm deuced glad of it! Hark ye, never mention that I said that. You've been guilty of a great crime, you whelp!
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