With this memoir, P.T. Barnum shares his personal story of determination and success. He chronicles his journey from a humble New England farmer boy to one of the most successful and innovative circus entrepreneurs of the 19th century. Filled with stories of his most famous performers and displays, this book is a fascinating look at the world of entertainment and entrepreneurship in the mid-1800s.
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