Author:James Beardsley Hendryx

James Beardsley Hendryx
(1880–1963)
American pulp writer and cowboy. Best remembered for his adventure novels and westerns, especially those set in the Canadian and Alaskan wilderness, especially the Halfaday Creek series. Wrote as: James B. Hendryx

WorksEdit

(partial list)


  • The Promise: A tale of the great Northwest (1915) PG
  • The Gun-Brand (1917) PG
  • The Texan (1918) PG; IA
  • The Gold Girl (1920) PG
  • Prairie Flowers (1920) PG
  • The Challenge Of the North (1922) PG
  • Snowdrift: A Tale of the Land of the Strong Cold (1922) PG
  • North (1923)
  • Without Gloves (1924)
  • At the Foot of the Rainbow (1924)
  • Downey Of the Mounted (1925)
  • Man Of the North (1929)
  • Corporal Downey Takes the Trail (1931)
  • The Yukon Kid (1934)
  • Blood Of the North (1938)
  • Devil's Gold (1939)
  • Gambler's Chance (1941)
  • The Way Of the North (1945)
  • Courage Of the North (1946)
  • The Stampeders (1951)
  • The Long Chase
  • Raw Gold
  • Blood On the Yukon Trail
  • Grubstake Gold
  • Oak and Iron

SeriesEdit

Connie Morgan seriesEdit

Halfaday Creek seriesEdit

  • Outlaws Of Halfaday Creek (1935)
  • Black John Of Halfaday Creek (1939)
  • The Czar Of Halfaday Creek (1940)
  • Black John Invokes the Gods (short story, 1944)

Short stories from magazinesEdit

 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1963, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.