The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Subject/Tag - Missouri

The Banner Weekly

The Soft-Hand Detective; or, Dan Dunn's Vendetta

Beadle's Dime Novels

Rob Ruskin, the Prairie Rover; or, The Forest Maid
126. Old jupe, or, A woman's art
207. The buffalo-trapper
254. The outlaw ranger, or, The old hunter's last trail
268. The Specter Riders, or, The fort mystery
288. The wood king, or, Daniel Boone's last trail

Beadle's Half-Dime Library

52. The buffalo-trapper
168. Deadly Dash, or, Fighting fire with fire
199. Featherweight, the boy champion of the Muskingum, or, On his muscle, wits and honor
223. Ozark Alf, king of the mountain, or, Featherweight among the outlaws
293. The one-eyed trapper, or, The maid of the cliff
355. The wood king, or, Daniel Boone's last trail
376. California Joe's first trail
1142. The buffalo-trapper

Beadle's New Dime Novels

144. Rob Ruskin, the Prairie Rover; or, The Forest Maid
151. The buffalo-trapper
242. Long shot, or, The dwarf guide
251. The one-eyed trapper, or, The maid of the cliff

Beadle's New York Dime Library

24. Prairie-Flower
170. Sweet William, the trapper detective, or, The chief of the crimson clan
266. Leopard Luke, the king of horse-thieves, or, The swamp squatter's doom
470. The duke of Dakota, or, Yank Yellowbird's fiery gantlet
502. Bareback Buck, the centaur of the plains, or, The trail of six
597. Big Bandy the brigadier of Brimstone Butte, or, The secrets of the hollow hill
627. Mossback Mose the mountaineer, or, The bald hornet of the Ozarks
824. The Soft-Hand Detective; or, Dan Dunn's Vendetta

Beadle's Pocket Novels

108. The wood king, or, Daniel Boone's last trail
123. The Specter Riders, or, The fort mystery
190. Old jupe, or, A woman's art

Fame and Fortune Weekly

A Lad of Iron Nerve; or, Little Joe's Big Bonanza

Secret Service. Old and Young King Brady, Detectives

166. The Bradys and the Cross-Roads Gang; or, The Great Case in Missouri
333. The Bradys and the Joplin Jays; or, Three "Badmen" From Missouri
891. The Bradys and the Cross-Roads Gang; or, The Great Case in Missouri
1058. The Bradys and the Joplin Jays; or, Three "Badmen" From Missouri