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The demon of the forest
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Grim Goblin, the avenger
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
The headless horsemen
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Buckhorn Bill and the moonshiners
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Gold Rifle and Tiger Track
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Deadwood Dick and the warriors of the Sun-God
Title from cover., Publisher information from advertisement inside front cover., Illustrated paper cover in color.
Colorado Charlie's detective dash, or, The cattle kings
by Edw. L. Wheeler., Cover title., "May 30, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
The detective road-agent
[by Ed. L. Wheeler.]., Cover title., "May 23, 1900.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Nobby Nick of Nevada, or, The scamps of the Sierras
by Edw. L. Wheeler., Cover title., "Nov. 22, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Canada Chet, the counterfeiter chief, or, Old Anaconda in Sitting Bull's camp
by Edward L. Wheeler., Caption title., "Aug. 9, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Corduroy Charlie, the boy bravo, or, Deadwood Dick's last act
by Edward L. Wheeler., Cover title., "June 28, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Gold rifle, the sharpshooter, or, The boy detective of the Black Ranch
by Edward L. Wheeler., Cover title., "June 14, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color.
Buckhorn Bill, or, The red rifle team
by Edward L. Wheeler., Caption title., "June 7, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
Buffalo demon, or, The border vultures
by Edward L. Wheeler., Cover title., "March 29, 1899.", Illustrated paper cover in color., Printed in double columns.
The marked moccasin, or, Pandy Ellis' pard
by Marline Manly., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 17., Title from page 2., "April 17, 1896."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Caption title lists author as Marline Manley.
Lasso Luke, or, The three prairie pards
by Kit Clyde., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 559., Title from page 2., "April 26, 1895."--Caption., Printed in double columns.
Prairie Phil, or, The panther of the platte
by Harry Rockwood., Title from page 2., "November 23, 1894."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
Nick and Jed, the king trappers of the border
by P.T. Raymond., Caption title., "April 22, 1893."--Caption., Printed in triple columns.
The wolf boys of Michigan
by Jas. D. Montague., Title from page 2., "November 19, 1892."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Jas. D. Montague is a pseudonym for Doughty, Francis Worcester, -1917--The Edward T. LeBlanc memorial dime novel bibliography.
Death Shadow, the Forest King, or, The Indian girl's victim
by Duke Cuyler., Caption title., "May 12, 1892"--Cover., Illustrated paper cover., Publisher's advertisements on back cover., Pagination is inclusive of cover., Printed in double columns., "Duke Cuyler" was a pseudonym used by Arthur Livermore Meserve.
Old Moscow, the king of the trappers
by Judson S. Gardner., Caption title., "March 26, 1891"--Cover., Printed in double columns., Pagination is inclusive of cover., Publisher's advertisements on back cover., Illustrated paper cover.
Hunter Ham, or, The outlaw's crime
by J. Edgar Iliff., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published as: Ham, the hunter, or, The outlaw's crime.
Joe Napyank, or, The river rifles
by Billex Muller., Illustrated paper cover in color., Other editions published under title: The river rifles, or, The fate of the flatboat.
The man-hunter, or, The counterfeiters of the border
by Maro O. Rolfe., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published under title: Mori, the man-hunter, or, The counterfeiters of the border., Later edition published under title: Job Sharp, the detective., "In advertisements, this novelette was called "Mori, the Man Hunter," and on the title page, the word "Mori" has been routed out of the electrotype, leaving the remainder of the title off center"--cf. Johannsen, A. Beadle & Adams.
The dog trailer, or, Apache Jack's desert trail
by Frederick Dewey., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published under title: The dog avenger, or, Apache Jack's desert trail., Later editions published under title: Tangemund, the desert detective.