Man Of Honor
Author: Don Fraser
He had to leave his fathers castle, his father was hung in the court yard of the castle for trying to overcome the British rule, he was but a mere sixteen years old but in sprit he was a man. His fatherís estate left him some money so even though he would have owned the castle, and been the clan chieftain he got on board a ship and came to America. When he got off of that ship he felt very lonely, he wandered the streets of Seattle wondering about his mother and would the British hang her. He had no trade, but he met a man that took him on as an apprentice sign painter, and he stayed at that trade until he knew it well. Then he opened with the money he had saved his own sign painting shop.
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