American Literature to 1900 by Lewis Leary (auth.)

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Ffith, 190 I. Tom Brace: Who He Was and How He Fared. 1901. Young Captain Jack; or, The Son of a Soldier, completed by Edward Stratemeyer. I 90 I. Andy Grant's Pluck. 1902. A Rolling Stone; or, The Adventures of a Wanderer. 1902: as Wren Winter's Triumph, 1902. Tom Turner's Legacy: The Story of How He Secured ft. 1902. The World Before Him. 1902. Bernard Brooks' Adventures: The Story of a Brave Boy's Trials. 1903. Chester Rand; or, A New Path to Fortune. 1903. Forging Ahead. 1903: as Andy Gordon, 1905.

Hamilton, Jackson, Clay, Randolph of Bibliography: in Bibliography of American Literature by Jacob Blanck. 1955. " by Eugene Current-Garcia, in Frontier Humorists: Critical Essays edited by M. Thomas Inge, 1975. Although well known to American literary scholars for The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi, Joseph G. Baldwin has been little studied. As the title itself suggests, Flush Times constitutes an attempt to re-create in the native American tradition of the Old Southwest humorists a day and age with which Baldwin was well acquainted: an "age of litigation in a lawless country," as Eugene Current-Garcia says.

1843. Fanny Dale; or, The First Year after Marriage. 1843. The Tailor's Apprentice: A Story of Cruelty and Oppression. 1843. The Little Pilgrims: A Sequel to The Tailor's Apprentice. 1843. Madeline; or, A Daughter's Love, and Other Tales. 1843. Making a Sensation and Other Tales. 1843. The Ruined Family and Other Tales. 1843. Swearing Off and Other Tales. 1843. The Seamstress. 1843. The Stolen W(fe. 1843. Sweethearts and Wives; or, BefiJre and a{ier Marriage. 1843. The Two Merchants. 1843. The Village Doctors and Other Tales.

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