(1913) Illustrated by Thomas Fogarty
Written by Stewart Edward White and Samuel Hopkins Adams. (1907)
(1915) PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS: MILTON KEITH: a young lawyer from Baltimore. NAN KEITH: his wife. JOHN SHERWOOD: a gambler. PATSY SHERWOOD: his wife. ARTHUR MORRELL: an English adventurer. MIMI MORRELL: his wife or mistress. BEN SANSOME: a lady-killer, destined to become an "old beau." W. T. COLEMAN, or "old Vigilante," a leader. DAVID TERRY: a leader on the other side. JAMES KING OF WILLIAM: a modern Crusader. THE SPIRIT OF SAN FRANCISCO AND OTHERS
(1900) Illustrated With 8 Still Images from the Silent 1919 Black and White Film starring Roy Stewart.
(1906) With extensive illustrations by Fernand Lungren
A Chronicle of the California Trail and El Dorado. First published in 1918.
and Stories of the Wild Life. (1899)
(1910) Author's Note: The geography in this novel may easily be recognized by one familiar with the country. For that reason it is necessary to state that the characters therein are in no manner to be confused with the people actually inhabiting and developing that locality. The Power Company promoted by Baker has absolutely nothing to do with any Power Company utilizing any streams: the delectable Plant never exercised his talents in Sierra North. The author must decline to acknowledge any identifications of the sort. Plant and Baker and all the rest are, however, only to a limited extent fictitious characters. What they did and what they stood for is absolutely true.
(1903) Being a Dramatized Version of Conjurors House: A Romance Of the Free Forest. Beyond the butternut, beyond the maple, beyond the white pine and the red, beyond the oak, the cedar, and the beech, beyond even the white and yellow birches lies a Land, and in that Land the shadows fall crimson across the snow.