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Frank Starr's American Novels

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100 - 199

200 - 221

100.

Paul Bibbs. Red-Ax, the Indian Giant; or, The River Stockade. A Tale of Border Life. September 17, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 100; New Dime Novels, no. 341; Pocket Novels, no. 260.

Indian warfare in the St. Peter's River country of Minnesota.

101.

Lewis W. Carson. The Forest Fiend; or, The Border Riflemen. A Romance of the Black-Hawk Uprising. October 1, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 101; Pocket Novels, no. 78.

Locale: western Illinois, along the Mississippi River, where Rock Island now stands. Time: 1830-32. Indian trouble growing out of the expulsion of Black Hawk from his ancestral lands, and the taking of his village and winter supply of food by the whites.

102.

Maro O. Rolfe. Clyde, the Trailer; or, The Brothers of Death. A Romance of the Plains. October 15, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 102; Pocket Novels, no. 132; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 226.

A story of a band of prairie freebooters in the Black Hills, in 184-.

103.

Charles Howard. Kenton, the Ranger; or, The Hunted Fawn. A Tale of the Licking Trail. October 29, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 103; Pocket Novels, no. 82; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 279.

Exploits of Kenton, the scout, near Boonestown, Kentucky.

104.

Harry St. George. The Hunter Hercules; or, The Champion Rider of the Plains. November 12, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 104; Pocket Novels, no. 86; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 154; Pocket Library, no. 458.

Northwestern Texas when it was Indian country.

105.

Maro O. Rolfe. Star-Face, the Slayer; or, The Mystery of the Iron-Bound Box. A Tale of the Early Kentucky Forts. November 26, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 105; Pocket Novels, no. 91; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 239.

Indians, hunters, and bad men in Kentucky.

106.

John Emerald. Cortina, the Scourge of the Rio Grande; or, The Lost Diamond. December 10, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 106; New Dime Novels, no. 360, 596.

107.

Harry Hazard. The Texas Hawks; or, The Strange Decoy. December 24, 1872.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 107; Pocket Novels, no. 59; Half-Dime Library, no. 310; New Dime Novels, no. 627; Pocket Library, no. 273.

Bandits and Indians operating along the Trinity River in Texas.

108.

Charles Howard. The Yellow Hunter; or, The Winding Trail of Death. January 7, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 108; Pocket Novels, no. 69; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 258.

A story of events which took place after the murder of Pontiac.

109.

"Bruin" Adams. Little Rifle, the Boy Trapper; or, The Young Hunters of Oregon. January 21, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 109; Pocket Novels, no. 74; Boy's Library (quarto edition), no. 84; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 68; Pocket Library, no. 407.

Hunting and trapping in the upper Columbia River country and in the Cascades, Oregon.

110.

"Bruin" Adams. Old Ruff, the Trapper; or, The Young Fur-Hunters. A Sequel to "Little Rifle." February 4, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 110; Pocket Novels, no. 76; Boy's Library (quarto edition), no. 87; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 71.

A tale of trappers in Oregon.

111.

Max Martine. Sharp-Eye, the White Chief of the Sioux. A Romance of the Far West. February 18, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 111; Pocket Novels, no. 67; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 216.

An Indian tale, enacted in the region between Forts Rice and Clark on the Missouri River, Northern Dakota, where Bismark now stands.

112.

Charles Howard. Phil Hunter, the Boy Scourge; or, The Shawnee Maid's Sacrifice. A Story of the Old Miami Country. March 4, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 112; Pocket Novels, no. 87; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 306.

A story of an Indian maid in Ohio in 1782.

113.

Maro O. Rolfe. Mori, the Man-Hunter; or, The Counterfeiters of the Border. March 18, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 113; Pocket Novels, no. 47; New Dime Novels, no. 604; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 286.

Iowa Territory in 1835. Ruffians, counterfeiters, gamblers, vigilantes, and detectives.

114.

Frederick Dewey. The Dog Avenger; or, Apache Jack's Desert Trail. April 1, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 114; Pocket Novels, no. 44; New Dime Novels, no. 599; Half-Dime Library, no. 478.

Mexicans, soldiers, and rangers in New Mexico and Arizona.

115.

Edwin Emerson. Red Knife, the Wyandotte; or, The Arrow-Matter of the Miamis. April 15, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 115; New Dime Novels, nos. 355, 586.

Events during pioneer days, near Fort Washington on the Ohio.

116.

Prentiss Ingraham. The Boy Pilot; or, The Island Wreckers. April 29, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 116; Pocket Novels, no. 46; Boy's Library (quarto edition), no. 71; New Dime Novels, no. 603; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 65; Pocket Library, no. 449.

Penobscot Bay and Portland, Maine, in 1811.

117.

Charles Howard. The Elk-Demon; or, The Doom of the Twin Traitors. May 13, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 117; Pocket Novels, no. 45; New Dime Novels, no. 601; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 149.

Revolutionary days in Maine and Quebec.

118.

Harry Hazard. The Bear-Hunter; or, Davy Crockett as a Spy. May 27, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 118; New Dime Novels, nos. 357, 590.

Headwaters of the Trinity River, Texas.

119.

Frederick Dewey. The Phantom Trailer; or, The Prisoner of the Hill Cave. June 10, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 119; Pocket Novels, no. 48; Half-Dime Library, no. 313; New Dime Novels, no. 607; Pocket Library, no. 279.

This story is followed by Starr's American Novels, no. 129.

Locale: mostly along the Gila River in Arizona, in 184-. The supposed ghost of a robber chief haunts a hollow hill. Pedro finds a treasure and loses it. A girl is lost and found. Fights with Indians.

120.

Lewis W. Carson. Double-Hand, the Dark Destroyer; or, Bashful Bill, the Northern Spy. June 24, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 120; New Dime Novels, nos. 358, 592.

A bashful man, an Onondaga Indian, and another white man avenge the murder of a family in New York state in 17

121.

Paul Bibbs. Moccasin Bill; or, Cunning Serpent, the Ojibwah. A Romance of Big Stone Lake. July 8, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 121; Pocket Novels, no. 49; New Dime Novels, no. 609; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 301.

A story of the great Northwest, in 184-, when Ojibway Indians roamed in Minnesota, and scouts and outlaws were active.

122.

Charles Howard. Frontier Shack, the Island Trapper; or, The Young White-Buffalo Hunters. July 22, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 122; Pocket Novels, no. 64; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 132.

A story of Pawnee Indians, hunters, and trappers on the Oregon trail, Loup Fork, and Platte River, Nebraska.

123.

Frederick Dewey. Cato, the Creeper; or, The Demon of Dead Man's Forest. August 5, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 123; Pocket Novels, no. 118; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 194.

Robbers and cutthroats in Arkansas during its early settlement.

124.

Harry Hazard. Outlaw Jack; or, The Mountain Devil. A Tale of the Overland Route. August 19, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 124; Pocket Novels, no. 79; Half-Dime Library, no. 342.

Gold seekers, in 1850, on the way to California, discover gold (probably in Colorado) not far from Laramie.

125.

Ralph Roy. Rattling Dick, the Mountain Outlaw; or, The Mystery of Diamond Gulch. September 2, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 125; Pocket Novels, no. 66; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 247.

A lost heir, a theft, a holdup, and a kidnapping in Oregon.

126.

Charles Howard. Silver Rifle, the Girl Trailer; or, The White Tigers of Lake Superior. September 16, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 126; Pocket Novels, no. 72; Boy's Library (quarto edition), no. 114; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 99; Pocket Library, no. 451.

Locale: south shore of Lake Superior, in Michigan, in 1763.

127.

Paul Bibbs. The Red Prophet; or, The Death-Spirit of the Dacotahs. A Tale of the Gachmantees. September 30, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 127; Pocket Nove.s, no. 55; New Dime Novels, no. 621.

128.

Bernard Clyde. The Antelope Boy; or, Smoholler, the Medicine Man. A Tale of Indian Adventure and Mystery. October 14, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 128; Pocket Novels, no. 92; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 137; Pocket Library, no. 447.

Columbia and Yakima Rivers, Washington and Oregon. Smoholler, a white "Indian" prophet and ventriloquist, and a white captive maiden make hocus pocus with spirits to awe the Yakima Indians. Smoholler's son finds his father and the white girl marries her Indian lover.

129.

Frederick Dewey. The Specter Horseman; or, Cimarron Jack's Last Hunt. October 28, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 129; Pocket Novels, no. 83; Half-Dime Library, no. 542; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 309.

Trouble with outlaws and a dead man on the Colorado River plateau in Colorado. This story is preceded by Starr's American Novels, no. 119.

130.

Harry Hazard. Left-Handed Pete, the Florida Scout; or, The Everglade Princess' Treason. November 11, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 130; Pocket Novels, no. 63; Boy's Library (quarto edition), no. 77; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 112; Pocket Library, no. 473.

Billy Bowlegs and the Seminole Indians in Florida in 1818.

131.

Charles Howard. The Squaw Spy; or, The Rangers of the Lava-Beds. November 25, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 131; New Dime Novels, no. 361; Pocket Novels, no. 97.

The Modoc War in Oregon and California in 1873. Captain Jack, or Mouseh, takes a prominent part. Much of the action takes place in the lava caves.

132.

Paul Bibbs. The Branded Brave; or, The Trail of Death. December 9, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 132; Pocket Novels, no. 151; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 251.

A tale of Ojibway vengeance in the early days of Minnesota.

133.

Frederick Dewey. Spanish Jack, the Mountain Bandit; or, The Pledge of Life. December 23, 1873.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 133; New Dime Novels, nos. 363, 602; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 315.

A polite bandit in California in 185-.

134.

T. Benton Shields. The Witch Queen; or, The Old Trapper's Big Trail. A Romance of Devil's Gulch. January 6, 1874.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 134; Pocket Novels, no. 85; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 244.

Trouble with the Blackfeet in the upper Columbia River country.

135.

Charles Howard. Wolf-Cap; or, TheNight-Hawks of the Fire-Lands. A Tale of the Bloody Fort. January 20, 1874.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 135; Pocket Novels, no. 65; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 128; Pocket Library, no. 426.

An Indian tale of Fort Sandusky, Western Ohio Reserve, in 181-. Johnny Appleseed is a minor character in the story.

136.

Paul Bibbs. The Red Hermitess; or, The Caravan's Prizes. February 3, 1874.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 136; Pocket Novels, no. 90.

Indians and traders on the Red River of the North.

137.

Lewis W. Carson. Old Pegs, the Mountaineer; or, The Rival Trappers. February 17, 1874.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 137; Pocket Novels, no. 96; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 140; Pocket Library, no. 445.

Modoc and Blackfeet Indians in the far Northwest.

Beginning with No. 138 STARR'S AMERICAN NOVELS were enlarged to octavos with "illuminated" covers

138.

Dr. J. H. Robinson. Kid Kerly, the Trapper; or, Nattie of the Woods. March 3, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 50; Starr's American Novels, no. 138; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 22; Dime Library, no. 22.

139.

Anonymous (E. S. Ellis). The Fighting Trapper; or, Kit Carson to the Rescue. A Tale of Wild Life on the Plains. March 17, 1874.

Found in: Starr's American Novels, no. 139; Dime Library, nos. 68, 1045.

Irwin P. Beadle's Ten Cent Novels, nos. 1 and 2 were condensed to form Starr's American Novels, no. 139.

Brought $6 at the O'Brien sale.

† An illustration in color of the cover of this novel is given on page 4, above.

140.

Ned Buntline. Thayendanegea, the Terrible; or, The War Eagle of the Mohawks. A Romance of Early New York. March 31, 1874.

Found in: Six Penny tales (London Edition), no. 3; American Tales, no. 56; Starr's American Novels, no. 140; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 14; Dime Library, nos. 14, 1037.

This story appeared originally in the New York Mercury in 1858.

141.

James L. Bowen. The Black Horse of the Prairies; or, Days of Peril. A Thrilling Story of Texan Adventure. April 14, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 43; Starr's American Novels, no. 141; Half-Dime Library, no. 110; Pocket Library, no. 97.

Brought $5.50 at the O'Brien sale.

142.

Newton M. Curtis. The Texan Spy; or, The Prairie Guide. April 28, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 70; Starr's American Novels, no. 142; Dime Library, nos. 120, 1056.

Brought $2.50 at the O'Brien sale.

† Offered at $28.75 in a recent catalogue

143.

Lieut.-Col. Hazeltine. The Gulf Pirate; or, The Freebooters of the Mississippi. A Story of Land and Ocean. May 12, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 15; Starr's American Novels, no. 143; Half-Dime Library, no. 95; Pocket Library, no. 182.

Above Chapter 1, the title is "The Freebooters; or, The Rivals of the Gulf."

144.

James L. Bowen. One-Eyed Sim; or, The Forest Home. A Story of the Pawnee War. May 26, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 39; Starr's American Novels, no. 144; Half-Dime Library, no. 107; Pocket Library, no. 190.

145.

Hamilton Holmes. Old Rube, the Hunter; or, The Crow Captive. A Tale of the Great Plains. June 9, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 31; Starr's American Novels, no. 145; Half-Dime Library, no. 105; Pocket Library, no. 136.

146.

J. Thomas Warren. Doblado, the Outlaw; or, The Oronoco Chief. A Tale of Love and War. June 23, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 8; American Library (London Edition of Dime Novels), no. 57; Starr's American Novels, no. 146.

147.

Ned Buntline. The Red Warrior; or, Stella Delorme's Comanche Lover. A Romance of Savage Chivalry. July 7, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 53; Starr's American Novels, no. 147; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 23; Dime Library, nos. 23, 1038.

148.

Roger Starbuck. The Son of the Sea; or, The Cutter's Cruise. A Romance of the Decks and the Reefs. July 21, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 44; Starr's American Novels, no. 148.

149.

William H. Bushnell. The Texan Herdsman; or, The Hermit of the Colorado Hills. A Story of the Pampas. August 4, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 3; † American Library (London Edition of Dime Novels), no. 56; Starr's American Novels, no. 149.

Brought $2.50 at the O'Brien sale.

150.

Hamilton Holmes. Stung Serpent, the Last Chief of the Natchez. A Tale of Louisiana in the Olden Times. August 18, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 36; Starr's American Novels, no. 150.

151.

James L. Bowen. Scouting Dave; or, The Winnebago Renegade. A Story of the Black Hawk War. September 1, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 20; Starr's American Novels, no. 151.

152.

Edward Willett. The Arkansas Regulators; or, How Ned Studley Won His Wife. September 15, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 34; Starr's American Novels, no. 152; Boy's Library (octavo edition), no. 305.

153.

Roger Starbuck. The Slave Captain; or, Scuttled at Sea. A Story of a Cruise off the African Coast. September 29, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 40; Starr's American Novels, no. 153.

154.

Herrick Johnstone. The Secret Shot; or, The Rivals of Misty Mount. A Romance of the Old North State. October 13, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 10; American Library (London Edition of Dime Novels), no. 62; Starr's American Novels, no. 154.

155.

James L. Bowen. Mike, the Guide; or, Lost upon the Plains. A Story of Life in Texas. October 27, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 42; Starr's American Novels, no. 155.

Brought $3 at the O'Brien sale.

† Recently catalogued at $28.75.

156.

William R. Eyster. Waving Plume; or, The Free Trappers' Pass. A Romance of the Gold Regions. November 10, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 4; American Library (London Edition of Dime Novels), no. 55; Starr's American Novels, no. 156.

Brought $10 at the O'Brien sale.

157.

James L. Bowen. Border Ben; or, The Fated Treasure. A Tale of the Northern Frontier. November 24, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 37; Starr's American Novels, no. 157.

158.

Burton Saxe. The Black Hunter; or, The Cave Secret. A Story of Northern New York in 1806. December 8, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 22; Starr's American Novels, no. 158; Half-Dime Library, no. 112; Pocket Library, no. 178.

Brought $3 at the O'Brien sale.

159.

James L. Bowen. The Young Ranger; or, The Frontier Scouts. A Wildwood Tale. December 22, 1874.

Found in: American Tales, no. 18; Starr's American Novels, no. 159.

160.

I. M. Nichols. Tom Wiley. the North-West Scout. A Romance of Upper Minnesota. January 5, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 35; Starr's American Novels, no. 160.

161.

Gustav Aimard. Loyal Heart, the Pale-Face Hunter; or, The Trappers of Arkansas. January 19, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 45; Starr's American Novels, no. 161; Dime Library, no. 62.

162.

Dr. J. H. Robinson. Old Nick Whiffles; or, The Trapper of the Northwest. February 2, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 49; Starr's American Novels, no. 162; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 13; Dime Library, no. 13.

163.

Francis Johnson. The Gold-Guide; or, Steel Arm, the Regulator. February 16, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 64; Starr's American Novels, no. 163; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 25; Dime Library, no. 25.

164.

By the author of "Gold Guide." The Death Track; or, The Outlaws of the .Mountain. March 2, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 65; Starr's American Novels, no. 164; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 26; Dime Library, no. 26.

165.

Ned Buntline. The White Wizard; or, The Great Prophet of the Seminoles. A Tale of Strange Mystery in the South and North. March 16, 1875.

Found in: Six Penny Tales (London Edition), no. 6; American Tales, no. 51; Starr's American Novels, no. 165; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 16; Dime Library, no. 16.

Originally published as a serial in the New York Mercury, XX, 1858, and later in book form in 1862.

166.

Dr. J. H. Robinson. Hirl, the Hunchback; or, The Swordmaker of the Santee. March 30, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 52; Starr's American Novels, no. 166; Dime Library, nos. 37, 1042.

Originally published as a serial in the New York Mercury.

167.

Gustav Aimard. The Tiger-Slayer; or, Eagle-Head to the Rescue. April 13, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 60; Starr's American Novels, no. 167; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 15; Dime Library, no. 15.

168.

Francis Johnson. Alapaha, the Squaw; or, The Renegades of the Border. April 27, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 67; Starr's American Novels, no. 168; Dime Library, no. 123.

169.

Francis Johnson. The Border Bandits; or, The Horse-Thief's Trail. May 11, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 68; Starr's American Novels, no. 169; Dime Library, no. 138.

170.

Francis Johnson. Assowaum, the Avenger; or, The Doom of the Destroyers. May 25, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 69; Starr's American Novels, no. 170; Dime Library, no. 124.

171.

Ned Buntline. Saul Sabberday, the Idiot Spy; or, Luliona, the Seminole. June 8, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 54; Starr's American Novels, no. 171; Dime Library, no. 122.

172.

Gustav Aimard. The Prairie Flower; or, The Baffled Chief. June 22, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 58; Starr's American Novels, no. 172; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 24; Dime Library, no. 24.

173.

Dr. J. H. Robinson. Mountain Max; or, Nick Whiffles on the Border. A Tale of Wild Life in Missouri. July 6, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 55; Starr's American Novels, no. 173.

Originally published by Cauldwell, Southworth & Whitney in 1859.

174.

Henry W. Herbert. The Silent Rifleman. A Tale of the Texan Prairies. July 20, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 62; Starr's American Novels, no. 174; Dime Library, nos. 110, 1054.

Brought $6.50 at the O'Brien sale.

175.

Newton M. Curtis. Long-Armed Sampson; or, The Scout of the Silver Pond. A Revolutionary Story. August 3, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 78; Starr's American Novels, no. 175.

176.

Ned Buntline. Red Ralph, the Ranger; or, The Brother's Revenge. August 17, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 61; Starr's American Novels, no. 176; Half-Dime Library, no. 350.

177.

Francis Johnson. The Giant Trailer; or, The Lost Scalp. August 31, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 80; Starr's American Novels, no. 177.

Sequence of series: American Tales, no. 86; Starr's American Novels, nos. 177, 178, 179, 180.

178.

Francis Johnson. The Doomed Guide; or, The Hunter's Trail. A Romance of the Gila. September 14, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 81; Starr's American Novels, no. 178.

A continuation of Starr's American Novels, no. 177.

179.

Francis Johnson. The Ranger's Rifle; or, The Wolf of the Warpath. September 28, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 82; Starr's American Novels, no. 179.

A continuation of Starr's American Novels, no. 178.

180.

Francis Johnson. War-Axe; or, The Trapper's Revenge. A Romance of the Apache Trail. October 12, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 83; Starr's American Novels, no. 180.

Brought $9.50 at the O'Brien sale.

A continuation of Starr's American Novels, no. 179, and the end of the series.

181.

Dr. J. H. Robinson. Redpath, the Avenger; or, The Fair Huntress of the Southwest. A Tale of the Trapping-Grounds. October 26, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 59; Starr's American Novels, no. 181; Dime Library, no. 163.

Originally published by Cauldwell, Southworth & Whitney in 1858.

182.

Newton M. Curtis. The Blue Brotherhood; or, The Young Patroon's Inheritance. November 9, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 66; Starr's American Novels, no. 182.

183.

Ned Buntline. The Smuggler; or, The Shipper's Crime. A Tale of Ship and Shore. November 23, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 79; Starr's American Novels, no. 183; Dime Library, no. 111.

184.

Gustav Aimard. The Trail Hunter; or, Red Cedar, the Prairie Outlaw. December 7, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 46; partim in Starr's American Novels, nos. 23, 184; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 19; Dime Library, no. 19; partim in Pocket Novels, no. 218.

See note under Starr's American Novels, no. 23.

185.

Gustav Aimard. The Pirates of the Prairies; or, The Bandit at Bay. December 21, 1875.

Found in: American Tales, no. 47; Starr's American Novels, no. 185; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 20; Dime Library, no. 20.

186.

Gustav Aimard. The Trapper's Daughter; or, The Outlaw's Fate. January 4, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 48; partim in Starr's American Novels, nos. 23, 186; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 21; Dime Library, no. 21; partim in Pocket Novels, no. 218.

See note under Starr's American Novels, no. 23.

187.

Newton M. Curtis. Old Tiger, the Patriot; or, The Heroine of the Mohawk. A Tale of Patriot Devotion and Tory Treachery. January 18, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 73; Starr's American Novels, no. 187.

188.

Ned Buntline. The Sea Bandit; or, The Queen of the Isle. February 1, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 72; Starr's American Novels, no. 188; Starr's New York Library (Later New York Library), no. 18; Dime Library, no. 18.

189.

Francis Johnson. The Bush Ranger; or, The Half-breed Brigade. February 15, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 74; Starr's American Novels, no. 189; Dime Library, no. 135.

190.

Francis Johnson. The Outlaw Hunter; or, Red John, the Bush-Ranger. February 29, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 75; Starr's American Novels, no. 190; Dime Library, no. 136.

191.

Arthur M. Grainger. Golden Feather; or, The Buccaneer's Daughter. March 14, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 57; Starr's American Novels, no. 191; Dime Library, no. 78.

192.

Lieut.-Col. Hazeltine. California Joe; or, The Angel of the Wilderness. March 28, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 12; Starr's American Novels, no. 192.

Brought $25 at the O'Brien sale.

193.

Edward Willett. Bob Brant, Patriot and Spy. April 11, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 5; Starr's American Novels, no. 193.

194.

Lieut.-Col. Hazeltine. The Border Spy; or, The Beautiful Captive of the Rebel Camp. April 25, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 2; Starr's American Novels, no. 194.

195.

J. Thomas Warren. Old Hal Williams; or, The Spy of Atlanta. May 9, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 16; Starr's American Novels, no. 195.

196.

Edward Willett. The Bushwhacker's Daughter. May 23, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 23; Starr's American Novels, no. 196.

Above the heading Chapter 1, the title reads "Bella Burt."

197.

Herrick Johnstone. Sergeant Slasher; or, The Border Feud. June 6, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 19; Starr's American Novels, no. 197.

198.

J. Thomas Warren. Old Guess Markham; or, The Cavalry Scout. June 20, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 30; Starr's American Novels, no. 198.

199.

Edward Willett. Crazy Dan; or, Fight Fire with Fire. A Tale of East Tennessee. July 3, 1876.

Found in: American Tales, no. 13; Starr's American Novels, no. 199.

† Correction made as per Volume 3.

1 - 99

100 - 199

200 - 221

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