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1908 The Courage of Captain Plum
1908 The Wolf Hunters
1909 The Gold Hunters
1910 The Danger Trail
1911 The Honor of the Big Snows
1911 Philip Steele (Steele of the Royal Mounted)
1912 Flower of the North
1915 God's Country and the Woman
1916 The Hunted Woman
1916 The Grizzly King
1917 Baree, Son of Kazan
1918 The Courage of Marge O'Doone
1919 Nomads of the North
1919 The River's End
1920 Back to God's Country
1920 The Valley of Silent Men
1921 The Golden Snare
1921 The Flaming Forest
1922 The Country Beyond
1923 The Alaskan
1915 Thomas Jefferson Brown (Gretest short stories)
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Josette, his wife, slender and tired, her dark head bare in the fading sun, stood wistful and hoping at his side, praying gently that at last their long wanderings up the St. Lawrence and along this wilderness shore of Superior had come to an end, and that they might abide in this new paradise, and never travel again until the end of their days.
Back of them, where a little stream ran out of the cool forest, a tireless boy quested on hands and knees in the ferns and green grass for wild strawberries, and though strawberry season was late his mouth was smeared red.
Tonight, with the softly musical throb of his ship under his feet, and the yellow moon climbing up from behind the ramparts of the Alaskan mountains, something of loneliness seized upon him, and he said simply:
"That is Alaska."
The girl standing beside him at the rail did not turn, nor for a moment did she answer. He could see her profile clear-cut as a cameo in the almost vivid light, and in that light her eyes were wide and filled with a dusky fire, and her lips were parted a little, and her slim body was tense as she looked at the wonder of the moon silhouetting the cragged castles of the peaks, up where the soft, gray clouds lay like shimmering draperies.
Then she turned her face a little and nodded. "Yes, Alaska," she said, and the old captain fancied there was the slightest ripple of a tremor in her voice. "Your Alaska, Captain Rifle."
Out of the clearness of the night came to them a distant sound like the low moan of thunder. Twice before, Mary Standish had heard it, and now she asked: "What was that? Surely it can not be a storm, with the moon like that, and the stars so clear above!"
A DAUGHTER OF THE DONS, by William Macleod Raine
THE DUKE OF CHIMNEY BUTTE, by G. W. Ogden
RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE, by Zane Grey
THE RAINBOW TRAIL, by Zane Grey
DESERT GOLD (1913)
THE BORDER LEGION, by Zane Grey
WILDFIRE, by Zane Grey
THE HEART OF THE DESERT, by Honoré Willsie Morrow
A TEXAS RANGER, by William MacLeod Raine
A VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS, by Grace Livingston Hill
GOD’S COUNTRY—AND THE WOMAN, by James Oliver Curwood
THE EMIGRANT TRAIL, by Geraldine Bonner
HER PRAIRIE KNIGHT, by B.M. Bower
SKYRIDER, by B.M. Bower
THE GIRL FROM MONTANA, by Grace Livingston Hill
HEART OF THE SUNSET, by Rex Beach
LETTERS OF A WOMAN HOMESTEADER, by Elinore Pruitt Stewart
THE DAUGHTER OF A MAGNATE, by Frank H. Spearman
THE DESERT VALLEY, by Jackson Gregory
THE BEAUTIFUL EYES OF YSIDRIA, by Charles A. Gunnison
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