Author:Stewart Edward White

Stewart Edward White

American author and spiritualist; his works were noted for the keen observance of the beauties of nature and human nature rendered in a plain-spoken style. Best remembered for the fiction and non-fiction books on the history of California, and the coming-of-age story Daniel Boone, Wilderness Scout (1926).

Stewart Edward White

Works edit

  • The Westerners (1901)
  • The Claim Jumpers (1901)
  • Conjurer's House (1903)
  • The Forest (1903)
  • Blazed Trail Stories(1904)
  • The Mountains (1904)
  • The Silent Places (1904) IA
  • The Pass (1906), with Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • Arizona Nights (1907) (parts published as individual short stories in McClure's Magazine 1906) IA
  • The Cabin (1910)
  • The Adventures of Bobby Orde (1911) juvenile IA
  • The Land of Footprints (1912)
  • African Camp Fires (1913)
  • Rediscovered Country (1915)
  • The Forty-Niners; a Chronicle of the California Trail and El Dorado (1918)
  • Simba (1918) IA
  • Daniel Boone, Wilderness Scout (1922)

Works from magazines edit

Longer Works
  • Arizona Nights in McClure's Magazine (series)
    • "Part I: Uncle Jim's Yarn: The Indian Story (1906 Jan)
    • "Part II: Windy Bill's Yarn: the emigrant Story (1906 Feb)
    • "Part III: The Cattleman's Yarn: The Remittance Man's Story (1906 March)
    • "Part IV: The Ranch Foreman's Yarn: The Cattle rustler's Story (1906 April)
    • "Part V: Cyclone Bill's Yarn: the Mining Camp Story" (1906 May)

Works about White edit


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.

This author died in 1946, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 76 years or less. These works may 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.


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