The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

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The Banner Weekly

The Double's Desperate Game; or, Fernando's Fight for a Fortune, A Story of London Rogues in Mexico

Beadle's Boy's Library of Sport, Story and Adventure (Octavo edition)

41. The Settler's Son; or, Adventures in Wilderness and Clearing. A True Story of Early Border Life
285. The Mexican's Double; or, The Gypsy's Revenge

Beadle's Boy's Library of Sport, Story and Adventure (Quarto edition)

38. The Settler's Son; or, Adventures in Wilderness and Clearing. A True Story of Early Border Life

Beadle's Half-Dime Library

695. Deadwood Dick, Jr., at Danger Divide; or, Developing the Dead Secret

Beadle's New Dime Novels

264. The Boy Pioneer

Beadle's New York Dime Library

93. Captain Dick Talbot, King of the Road; or, The Black-hoods of Shasta. A wild story of life in the Cinnabar Valley; of the men who tell--the men who rob--and the men who kill; of the hunted and the hunters; weird as the pines of the wild Western land, strange as the men who people the hills and valleys over which the great Shasta rules
497. The Fresh in Texas; or, The Escobedo Millions. A Romance of the Great Ranch
1008. Captain Dick Talbot, King of the Road; or, The Black-hoods of Shasta. A wild story of life in the Cinnabar Valley; of the men who tell--the men who rob--and the men who kill; of the hunted and the hunters; weird as the pines of the wild Western land, strange as the men who people the hills and valleys over which the great Shasta rules
1099. The Fresh in Texas; or, The Escobedo Millions. A Romance of the Great Ranch

Beadle's Pocket Novels

36. The Boy Pioneer

Frank Starr's American Novels

11. The Young Pioneer; or, Life on the Frontier

Irwin P. Beadle's American Novels

42. The Young Pioneer

The Saturday Journal

Captain Dick Talbot, King of the Road; or, The Black-hoods of Shasta. A wild story of life in the Cinnabar Valley; of the men who tell--the men who rob--and the men who kill; of the hunted and the hunters; weird as the pines of the wild Western land, strange as the men who people the hills and valleys over which the great Shasta rules