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backwoods' bride
"Border life in Michigan in 183-. Camp meeting--trouble for the squatters--a pioneer trial--dissertation on hair curling and love--a curious wedding night." -- Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 8., by Mrs. Metta V. Victor., "October 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 8., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., In original illustrated color wrappers., "With No. 62 George Routledge and Sons took over the publication. They continued the series to No. 84, and also, when the older numbers became exhausted, reprinted them with their own name on the title page."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 113., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 8.
Bill Biddon, trapper, or, Life in the North-West
by Edward S. Ellis., "September 2, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 7., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., Missing covers, edges of pages marbled. Publisher's imprint also includes: New York ; Beadle and Company, 141 William St., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 7.
Massasoit's daughter, or, The French captives
"An English ship was wrecked in 1615 off the Massachusetts coast, and the trials and hardships of three survivors captured by the Indians are related. Also the adventures of a dozen other survivors who capture Indian children and sell them as slaves in Bermuda. An earthquake, a hurricane, a comet, and the small pox." -- Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, Dime Novels, no. 19., by A. J. H. Duganne., "August 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 6., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 6.
Massasoit's daughter, or, The French captives
"An English ship was wrecked in 1615 off the Massachusetts coast, and the trials and hardships of three survivors captured by the Indians are related. Also the adventures of a dozen other survivors who capture Indian children and sell them as slaves in Bermuda. An earthquake, a hurricane, a comet, and the small pox." -- Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, Dime Novels, no. 19., by A. J. H. Duganne., "August 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 6., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., Includes a chapter of: Bill Biggon, trapper / [by Edward S. Ellis]. Beadle's American library ; no. 7., NIU Copy: Missing wrappers, edges of pages marbled., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 6.
Uncle Ezekiel, and his exploits on two continents
by Mrs. Metta V. Victor., "July 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 5., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., "With No. 62 George Routledge and Sons took over the publication. They continued the series to No. 84, and also, when the older numbers became exhausted, reprinted them with their own name on the title page."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 113., Paper wrappers in colors., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 5.
Malaeska
by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens., "June 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 4., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., Missing wrappers., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 4.
frontier angel
by Edward S. Ellis., "May 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 3., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., Includes a chapter from: Malaeska, the Indian wife of the White hunter / [by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens]. Beadle's American library ; no. 4., Missing wrappers., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 3.
frontier angel
by Edward S. Ellis., "May 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 3., Illustration engraved by N. Orr Co., Includes a chapter from: Malaeska, the Indian wife of the White hunter / [by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens]. Beadle's American library ; no. 4., "With No. 62 George Routledge and Sons took over the publication. They continued the series to No. 84, and also, when the older numbers became exhausted, reprinted them with their own name on the title page."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 113., Missing wrappers, frontispiece, and edges of pages marbled., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 3.
Alice Wilde, the raftsman's daughter
"A young New Yorker, rejected by his girl because he has lost his fortune, goes West to Centre City (Michigan?). Wilde's sawmill is the center of action. The story tells of rafting logs down the river, of brush fires, of a tornado, and of a crazed lover who almost upsets the applecart." -- Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, Dime Novels, no. 4., by Mrs. Metta V. Victor., "April 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 2., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 2., Missing wrappers, frontispiece hand painted and edges of pages marbled.
Alice Wilde, the raftsman's daughter
"A young New Yorker, rejected by his girl because he has lost his fortune, goes West to Centre City (Michigan?). Wilde's sawmill is the center of action. The story tells of rafting logs down the river, of brush fires, of a tornado, and of a crazed lover who almost upsets the applecart." -- Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, Dime Novels, no. 4., by Mrs. Metta V. Victor., "April 1, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 2., Includes a chapter from: The frontier angel / [by Edward S. Ellis]. Beadle's American library ; no. 3., Missing wrappers and frontispiece., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 2..
Seth Jones, or, The captives of the frontier
by Edward S. Ellis., Illustrations engraved by N. Orr Co., "February 15, 1861."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 1., Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 116, no. 1..