The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Subject/Tag - Stagecoach robberies

The Banner Weekly

Buffalo Bill's Death-Deal; or, The Wandering Jew of the Wild West
Silver City Sam, the High-Roller Detective; or, The Death-Watch of Gopher Slope
The Wizard Brothers; or, White Beaver's Red Trail

Beadle's Dime Novels

292. Black John, the Road-Agent; or, The Prairie Sink. A Tale of Early Kansas Life

Beadle's Half-Dime Library

48. Black John, the Road-Agent; or, The Prairie Sink. A Tale of Early Kansas Life
388. Little Oh-My
390. Jaguar Joe, or, The rivals of Barrel Gulch
728. Deadwood Dick, Jr.'s disguise, or, Ivan, the man of iron
751. Gold-Dust Dan, the trail patrol, or, Wiping out Old Nick's Nine
795. Kit Bandy, in Red Ruin, or, The young whirlwind of the hills
838. Poker Pete's double dodge, or, The mighty close call
1164. Black John, the Road-Agent; or, The Prairie Sink. A Tale of Early Kansas Life

Beadle's New York Dime Library

60. Wide-a-wake, the robber king, or, The idiot of the Black Hills
300. A sport in spectacles, or, The bad time at Bunco
302. Faro Saul, the handsome Hercules, or, The grip of steel
397. The Wizard Brothers; or, White Beaver's Red Trail
398. Sleepless Eye the Pacific detective, or, Running down a double
456. The Demon Steer, or, The outlaws on the Abilene Cattle Trail
459. Major Sunshine the man of three lives, or, The waiting waifs at Git Thar
461. The Fresh on the Rio Grande, or, The Red Riders of Rayon
590. Gentle Jack the high roller from Humbug, or, The dark deal at Doubledeck
668. Solemn Saul's luck streak, or, The boomer from Blissful Buttes
727. Buffalo Bill's body guard, or, The still hunt of the hills
977. Cyclone Pete, the silk hat detective, or, The ever ready sport on his mettle
1002. Silver City Sam, the High-Roller Detective; or, The Death-Watch of Gopher Slope
1004. Buffalo Bill's Death-Deal; or, The Wandering Jew of the Wild West
1093. A sport in spectacles, or, The bad time at Bunco

Beadle's Pocket Novels

66. Rattling Dick, the mountain outlaw
198. Black John, the Road-Agent; or, The Prairie Sink. A Tale of Early Kansas Life