This scarce antiquarian book details the fictional story of a rail-road man called Caleb Conover, written by Albert Terhune and originally published in 1907. A wonderful tale sure to entertain readers today as it once did at the time of it’s originally publication, Caleb Conover, Railroader is a must-have for fans of Terhune’s work and constitutes a great addition to any collection of antiquarian fiction. Albert Payson Terhune (1872 –1942) was an notable American author, journalist, and dog breeder. He is most remembered for writing fiction based around the adventures and misadventures of his beloved dogs, the most successful of which being Lad: A Dog (1919) and Further Adventures of Lad (1922). This rare book was originally published in 1907 and is republished now with a new introductory biography of the author.