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James Oliver Curwood

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 James Oliver Curwood's Short Stories, Serializations, & Magazine Articles

  •  “Across the Range.”  Gray Goose:  1893.
  • *“The Amateur Pirates.”  Cosmopolitan:  June 1908, pp. 52-61.
  • *”America, a Nation of Pill-Eaters.”  The World Today:  September 1910, pp. 1027-28.
  •  “American Hen.”  Home Friend:  April 1908.
  • *”American Invasion of Canada.”  Overland Monthly:  May 1903, pp. 392-95.
  •  “Americanization of Canada.”  Outlook: July 2, 1913, pp.568-9..
  •  “Ancient Highway.”  Hearst’s Illustrated Magazine:  October to May 1925.
  • *”The Angel Girl.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  January 1 & 8, 1914.
  • *”The Angel of Heaven.”  Detroit Journal:  February 15, 1887.
  • *”An Author’s Start.”  Helena (Montana) Treasure State:  1909.
  •  “Auto-Tilting.”  The Circle:  1907.
  •  “Awakening.” 1912.  (Probably never published.)
  • *”Back to God’s Country.”  Famous Story Magazine:  October 1926?  Also in Back to God's Country (McKinlay, Stone & MacKenzie, 1920).
  • *”Bannock Born Widow.”  Cosmopolitan:  May 1907.
  •  “Barre, Son of Kazan.”  Red Book:  March or October, 1917.
  • *”Battleship in Action.”  Overland Monthly:  June 1904, pp. 444-49.
  • *”Beloved Murderer.”  Munsey’s:  January 1913, pp. 562-66.  Also in The Curwood Collector November 1969) and Zane Grey Western.
  • *”Beulah of the Sun.”  Redbook:  July 1912, pp. 430-37.
  • *”Bill.”  Judge:  December 7, 1912.
  • *”Bill for a Bald-Faced Horse.”  Leslie-Judge:  November 30, 1912.
  •  “Black Hunter.”  Cosmopolitan:  September 1925 to March 1926.
  • *”Blind God.”  Red Book:  February 1912, pp. 706-11.
  •  “Blood.”  Cosmopolitan:  1907.
  •  “Blue Flower.”  Cavalier:  1912.  (Also published as “Cavalier Under Ice” & “Little Mystery.”)
  • *”Bob-Sleighing Down the Alps.”  The Circle:  1907, p. 4.
  •  “Bobby McTab.”  Story Teller:  April 1918.
  •  “Bookkeeper in the Woods & Plains.”  1909.  (May have never been published.)
  • *”The Boomerang.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  May 9, 1912, p. 536.  Also in the Golden West Magazine:   March 1928.
  • *”Boy Spies.”  The Evening Argus:  June 8, 1895.
  • *The Bride of  the Long Night.”  Golden West Magazine:  February 1928.  Also in World’s Greatest Stories (August 1929) and The Curwood Collector, v. III, No.1.
  •  “British Columbia:  Land of Promise.”  Leslie’s:  1913.  (May also have been published in the Detroit News.)
  •  “British Columbia Towns & Cities.”  1913.
  • *”Bucky Severn.” In Back to God’s Country.  (McKinley, Stone & MacKenzie, 1920).  Also published in Golden West Magazine:  1928.
  •  “Buffalo & Deluth:  The Alpha & Omega of the Great Lakes.”  Reader’s Putnam:  September 1908.
  • *”A Builder of Empire.”  Leslie’s:  July 25, 1912, p. 78.
  • *”Building a Town a Day.”  Technical World:  July 1910, pp. 499-504.
  •  “Building of the Ships.”  The Reader:  January 1908.
  • *”Bummed His Way Across the Sea to Visit Cromwell Cave.“  Detroit News Tribune:  November 25, 1900.
  •  “Business Methods of the Canadian Government.”  Bookkeeper:  1909.
  •  “Canada’s Royal Mounted.”  Underworld Magazine:  February 1928.
  •  “Captain Cupid & the Smuggler.”  1908.
  •  “Captain Cupid & the Whooping Jane.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  1908?
  • *”Captain Dormer’s Thrilling Tale.”  Detroit News Tribune:  May 21, 1899, p. 18.
  • *”Captain Kidd of the Underground.”  Cosmopolitan:  June 1907, pp. 129-35.
  • *”The Captain of the Christopher Dugan.”  Munsey’s:  May 1905, pp. 143-45.
  •  “Captain of the Renegades.”  1891.  (Never published).
  •  *”The Case of the Beauvais.”  McClure’s:  December 1916.  Also inBack to God’s Country(McKinley, Stone, & MacKenzie, 1920).
  • *”The Chance a Man or Woman Has to Marry.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  February 29, 1912, p. 230f.
  •  “Census in the Wilderness.”:  1912.  (Also published as “Taking a Strange Census.”)
  • *”Charles L. Freer, Art Collector.”  International Studies:  June 1905, pp. 76-78.
  • *”Christmas Among the Lumberjacks.”  Era:  January 1904, pp. 91-95.
  •  “Cities Growth.”  Chicago Tribune:  February 23, 1913.
  • *”City Built for the Future.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  May 15, 1913, pp. 519f.
  • *”The Clock & the Knight.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  January 11, 1912, p. 45.
  • *”The Code of Bucky Severn.”  Munsey’s:  January 1912, pp. 575-76.
  •  “The Code of Her People.”
  • *”Commerce on the Great Lakes.”  World’s Work:  April 1907, pp. 8785-90.
  • *”Commonsense View of Trusts.”  Overland Monthly:  September 1903, pp. 250-54.
  • *”The Composite Girl.”  Red Book:  April 1913, pp. 1135-39.
  • *”The Copper Ship.”  Munsey’s:  August 1906, pp. 605-10.
  • *”Coraleone, The Story of a Beautiful Spook.”  Redfields:  December 1902, pp. 39-49.
  •  “Country Beyond.”  August 1923-March 1924.
  • *”Courage of Captain Plum.”  Owosso Evening Argus:  June 10 to July 11, 1910.
  •  “Courage of Marge O’Doone.”  1920?
  • *”The Cow & the One-Eared Mule.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  April 1914.  Also in the Curwood Collector, v. V, No. 3 & 4, pp. 3-5.
  • *”The Coyote.”  Pearson’s Magazine:  November 191l, pp. 544-53.
  •  “Crippled Lady of Peribonka.”  Cosmopolitan:  January 1927.  (Also in Grit:  October 6, 1929).
  • *”Cruise of the Whooping Jane.”  Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly:  April 1914.  Also in the Curwood Collector, v. V, No. 3 & 4, pp. 3-5.
  •  “Danger Trail.”  Munsey’s:  November 1909 to April 1910.  (Alternative title:  “Fight for Life”).
  • *”Detroit Men Who Wear Hats.”  Detroit News Tribune:  July 20, 1902, sec. 4, p.4.
  •  “Devil for a Wife.”  1920.  (Probably never published).
  • Danger Trail. serialized in The Chicago Ledger, Auust 23, 30, September 6, 13, 20, & 27, 1919
  •  “Diamond Cut Diamond.”  (Cannot be verified as by J. O. Curwood.)
  •  “Does it Pay to Run a City Like a Department Store?”  Bookkeeper:  1909.  (May never have been written.)
  •  “Dollars & Sense.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  1905?
  • *”Effect of the American Invasion.”  World’s Work:  September 1905, pp. 6608-13.
  •  “The Eleventh Commandment.”  McCalls:  May 1907.
  • *”The Elusive Umbrella.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  March 21, 1912.  Also in The Curwood        Collector, v. V, No. 3 & 4, pp. 3-5.
  • *”The Fall of Shako.”  Owosso Evening Argus:  November 24, 1894, p. 5 and December 1, 1894, p. 4.  Also in the Curwood Collector, v. II, No.4, pp. 3-7.
  •  “Fatal Note.”
  •  “Feud.”  Famous Stories:  March 1926.
  • *”Fiddling Man.”  InBack to God’s Country.  McKinlay, Stone & MacKenzie, 1920.
  • *”Fifteen Years of Tragedy.”  The Illustrated Canadian Forestry Magazine:  February 192?   Also in Outdoor America  (January 1923) and The Curwood Collector, v. IV, No. 3 & 4, pp. 3-7.
  • *”Fight at Red Fork Creek.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  July 18, 1912, pp. 54ff.  Also in Golden West Magazine:  January 1928.
  • * “Fight for Life.”  Munsey’s:  November 1909 to April 1910. (Library does not have chapters published in April 1910 volume).
  •  “Fight for the Treasure.”  1909.  (May be an alternative title for “The Gold Hunters.”)
  •  “Firelock of the Range.”  Unpublished, written as a boy.
  • *”Fish Pirates.”  People’s Magazine:  March 1908, pp. 462-74.
  • *”Fishhooks for Wives.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  October 31, 1912, p. 334.
  • *”First Pentinent.”  Munsey’s:  August 1911.  Also in One Hundred Best Short Stories, v. 8 &Back to God’s Country(McKinley, Stone & MacKenzie, 1920).
  •  “First People.”  1911.  (Possibly published in Success:  1911; also known as “Valley of the Silent Men.”)
  • *”The Fish Pirates.”  People’s Magazine:  March 1908, pp. 462-74.
  • *”The Fitter-In.”  Blue Book:  July 1913, pp. 585-87.
  •  “Flaming Forest.”  Good Housekeeping:  November 1920-July 1921.
  •  “Flea Flayers.”  Collier’s:  1912.  (May be original title of “Flint Skinners”).
  • *”Flint Skinners: Learning Economy in Little Things.”  Collier’s:  September 14, 1912, pp. 18ff.
  • *”Florence Nightingale of the Wilderness.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  April 1925, p. 474.
  •  “Flower of the North.”  Short Stories:  May 1916.
  •  “Footprints.”
  •  “For the Love of Women.”  The Household Magazine:  February 1918.
  •  “Fort O’God.”  Pearson’s:  1911?
  • *”Fortunes in Fur Hunting.”  Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly:  December 25, 1913.  Also in The Curwood Collector, v. IV, No. 1 & 2, p. 9.
  • *”The Fourteenth Floater O’Jacob Strauss.”  Wayside Tales:  December 1901, pp. 29-31.
  •  “From Civilization to the Barren Lands.”  Field and Stream:  1910.
  •  “From Out of the Blizzard.”  Redbook:  date unknown.
  • *”The Frozen Ship.”  Sea Stories:  May 20, 1923.  Also in New (Gunter’s) Magazine:  October 1910, pp. 129-36.
  •  “Game of Life.”
  •  “Gentleman of Courage.”  Cosmopolitan:  August 1923 to March 1924.
  • * “Gentleman Unafraid.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  September 25, 1913.
  •  “Girl and the Revolution.”  1914.  (May never have been published.)
  •  “Girl Beyond the Trail.”  Everyweek Magazine:  August 1916.
  • *”Girl Diver of the Great Lakes.”  Woman’s Home Companion:  June 1905.
  •  “Girl from Porcupine.”  1920-1921.
  • *”Girl with the Rareripe Lips & Raven Hair.”  Detroit Journal:  about 1895.
  • *”Glenville of the Lone Peak.”  Detroit Journal:  September 14, 1897.  Also in Gray Goose:  August 1989.
  • *”God of Her People.”  Pearson’s Magazine:  December 1911, pp. 775-80.
  •  “God’s Country & the Woman.”  Cassell’s: 1914.  (Also in Red Book:  June 1914 to July 1915; Household Magazine:  1918; Grit:  January 12, 1930.)
  •  “God’s Country, the Trail to Happiness.”  Cosmopolitan:  September to December 1920.  (Also in Outdoor America:  January to July 1923.)
  •  “Gold Hunters.”  Boys Magazine:  June to September, 1916.  (Also January 1923).
  •  “Golden Snare.”  Cassells:  1918?  (May not have been published).
  •  “Great Experiment.”  Blue Book:  September 1913.
  •  “Green Timber.”  McCall’s:  September to November 1929.
  •  “Government Supervision of Townsites.”  Dayton Herald:  January 31, 1913.
  •  “Great Argentine Bubble.”  Ainslee’s:  September 1911.
  • *”Grim Relic at the University Tells.”  Detroit News-Tribune:  May 7, 1899, p. 24.
  • *”Grim Relics o fa Big Battle.”  Detroit News-Tribune:  September 17, 1899, p. 16.
  •   “The Grizzly” or “The Grizzly King.”  Red Book Magazine:  January to June 1916.  (Also in Outdoor America:  April to November 1924.)
  • *”Growing Peanuts at Home.”  The American Boy:  June 1904, p. 251.
  • ”Growing Power of the Business Man in Politics.”  Bookkeeper:  July 1910.
  • *”Hades: A Tale of the Invisible World.”  Detroit Journal:  April 6, 1867.
  • *”Hallucination of P. Hontus Van Graff.”  Detroit News-Tribune:  December 25, 1899.
  • *”Harry Charlton: Builder of Empire.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  January 23, 1913.
  •  “Hater of Men.”  Red Book:  1912.
  •  “Hearts of Men.”
  •  “Hearts of the Northland.”  1921.
  •  “Hell’s Gulch.”
  •  “Help Us Save Vanishing America.”  Success Magazine:  April 1924.
  •  “Hepzibah Starts a Revolution.”  Ainslee’s:  1911.
  •  “Her Fighting Chance.”  1918.
  • *”The Hero Rivals.” Golden West Magazine:  December 1927.  (Also in Leslie’s Weekly:   February 4, 1913.)
  • *”High Finance at Hill Station.”  Blue Book:  November 1913, pp. 172-77.
  •  “Hill Versus the Gun.”  1913.  (May not have been published).
  •  “His Dog.”  1918.  (May not have been published).
  • *”His First Penitent.”  Munseys:  1911, pp. 611-14.
  •  “His Lordship, Billy Smoke.”  1912.  (Could be “Lawless Godliness of Billy Smoke.”  Saturday Evening Post:  December 25, 1911.)
  • *”Honor of Her People.”  Famous Story Magazine:  July 1926.  (Also inBack to God’s Country(McKinlay, Stone, & MacKenzie, 1920).
  •  “Honor of the Big Snows.” Munsey’s:  August 1910 to January 1911.
  • *”The Hop Lee Syndicate, Ldt.”  Red Book:  November 1907, pp. 105-13.
  •  “House of the Red Death.”  Gunter’s Magazine:  July 1910.  Also in Far West Stories, n.d.
  •  “House-Boating on Lake St. Clair.”  Woman’s Home Companion:  August 1904, p. 11.
  • *”How a Great Railroad is Built.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  June 5, 1913, p. 594.
  • *”How Artists Pictured Washington.”  The American Boy:  February 1905, p. 101.
  • *”How Money Talked.”  Judge:  April 19, 1913.
  • *”How to Hunt Muskrats.”  American Boy:  February 1904, p. 117.
  • *”How to Trap Moles—A Money-Making Sport for Boys.”  American Boy:  May 1904, p. 218.
  • *”How Tommy Brought His Treasure Home.”  American Boy:  May 1903, pp. 227f.
  •  “How the Highest-Paid of All Picture Playrights Gets His Stories.”  Blue Book:  May 1914.
  •  “The Hunted.”  Orchard & Farm:  May 1917.
  •  “Hunted Woman.”  Blue Book:  May 1915 to February 1916.  (May also have been known as “Joanne of Fair Play.”)
  •  “Hunting.”  Bookkeeper:  1909.
  • *”Hunting Walrus with the Eskimos.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  December 18, 1913, pp. 590ff.
  • *”I Shall Live to Be 100.”  Hearst’s International:  June 1926.  Also in the Curwood Collector, v. I, No. 3, p. 3.
  • *”Ice Bound Hearts.”  Cavalier:  December 12, 1912, p. 193ff.
  • *”In a Tight Place.”  Field & Stream:  September 1910, pp. 426-27.
  •  “In the Big Game Country.”  The Reader:  December 1907.
  •  “In the Big Game Region.”  1907.
  • *”In the Tentacles of the North.”  Blue Book:  January 1915, p. 510-27.
  • *”In the Wilderness.”  Reader Magazine:  December 1907, pp. 96-104.
  •  “Indiscretion of Mrs. Tommy.”  Leslie’s:  1911.  (Also known as Mrs. Tommy’s Indiscretion.”)
  • *”Intensive Bear Hunting.”  Outing Magazine:  September 1910, pp. 708-15.
  • *”An Interesting Trio.”  Detroit News Tribune:  October 15, 1899, p. 5.
  • *”Into a Hades of Bullets.”  Detroit News Tribune:  November 19, 1899.
  •  “Isobel.”  Cavalier:  December 14, 1912.  (Alternative title & published as “Ice-Bound Hearts”; also published in Grit:  December 1913.)
  • *”Jacqueline (or Blazing Barriers).”  Good Housekeeping:  August 1918, pp. 39-42.
  • *”James McGregor Billings’ Moose Hunt.”  American Boy:  December 1904.  (Also in the Curwood Collector, v. III, No. 2, pp. 4-6.)
  • *”James Oliver Curwood Finds the Soul of Nature.”  Dearborn Independent (Ford International Weekly):  May 6, 1922.
  • *”Jealous Wife’s Mistake.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  March 27, 1913, p. 334.
  • *”Jenkin’s Rival.”  People’s Magazine:  April 1909, pp. 599-603.
  • *”Jim Falkner Pirate.”  Saturday Evening Post:  June 1911, pp. 6ff.
  • *”Josiah’s Defeat.”  Judge:  December 27, 1913.
  •  “Jolly Roger Goes Home.”  Cosmopolitan:  February 1922.
  • *”Kazan.”  Golden Book:  June 1929, pp. 43-53.  (Also in Red Book, 1913; Story Teller:  1913; Gentlewoman:  June to September 1915; and Famous Stories:  November 1925-March 1926.)
  • * “Kelliher Master of Mountains.”  Leslie’s:  June 10, 1915.
  •  “Knight of Today.”  1914.  (May be an alternative title of “God’s Country and the Woman.”)
  •  “Lady of Peribonka.”  Cosmopolitan:  n.d.
  • *”The Lake Breed.”  Munsey’s:  November 1906, pp. 4ff.
  • *”L’Ange.”  In Back to God’s Country.  McKinlay, Stone, & Mackenzie, 1920.
  • *”The Last Chapter in the Romance of Fur.”  Pearson’s Magazine:  December 1910,  pp. 699-707.
  •  “Last Domain.”  1920.  (Original title for The Flaming Forest).
  •  “The Last Match.”
  • *”The Last Moment.”  Reader’s Magazine:  March 1907, pp. 427-30.
  • *”Last Rally of the Children of Montezuma.”  Detroit News Tribune:  July 20, 1902, sec. 4, p.3 .
  • *”The Laugh Maker.”  Red Book:  April 1912, pp. 1071-77.
  • *”The Lawless Godliness of Billy Smoke.”  Saturday Evening Post:  December 23, 1911, pp. 16ff.
  • * “Little Mystery.”  Success Magazine:  November 1911. Part 2
  • *”Law of the Lakes.”  Reader’s Magazine:  January 1907, pp. 179-87.
  • *”Little White Outlaw.”  Saturday Evening Post:  February 24, 1912.  (Also in the Curwood Collector, v. V, No. 3 & 4, p. 10.)
  • *”Lockinvar of the Lakes.”  People’s Magazine:  1907, pp. 867-78.
  •  “Lost Eskimos Village.”  Collier’s:  1912.
  • *”Lost in Madagascar.”  Twentieth Century Review:  1903. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. Part 5. Part 6.
  •  “Love Affair of Captain Elisha Jenks.”  New Gunters:  June 1910.  (Published under the title of “Old Dogs, New Tricks.”)
  • *The Making of Paint in America. National Home Journal: September 1907.
  •  “Man Hunter.”  Red Book:  1909.
  •  “The Man from Ten Strike.”
  • *”Marooned on the Pacific.”  Detroit News Tribune:  November 12, 1899, p. 18.
  • *”The Match.”  Colliers:  January 18, 1913, pp. 18-20.  (Also in Golden Book:  December 1932; Famous Story Magazine:  April 1926; andBack to God’s Country, McKinley, Stone, & Mackenzie, 1920.)
  • *”Matter of Honor.”  People’s Magazine:  June 1909, pp. 1013-27.
  • *”Me-Lee of the North.”  Red Book:  June 1912, pp. 281-88.  (Also in the Owosso Press American, May 12, 1912).
  • *”The Mercy of the Law.”  Golden West Magazine:  August 1928.  (Also in Pearson’s Magazine:   August 1913; Complete Northwest Novel Magazine:  August 1936; Strand Magazine:  February 1914; and the Curwood Collector:  v. V, No. 2, pp. 3-7.)
  •  “Methods of the Canadian Government.”  Bookkeeper:  1909.
  •  “Midnight Call.”
  •  “Millionaire Ship Owner Who . . . “  Washington (Indiana) Times:  November 20, 1908.
  •  “Misery of the Millions.”  (Probably never published.)
  • *”Miss Evangline.”  Red Book:  August 1907, pp. 510-19.
  • *”Missing Women of Grindstone City.”  People’s Magazine:  September 1909, pp. 475-83.
  • *”Moogwa, the Three Thieves & the Man Squaw.”  Era:  September 1902, pp. 270-74.
  • *”Most Remarkable town in North America.”  Twentieth Century Review:  March 1903.
  • *”The Mouse.”  Novel Magazine:  May 1913.  (Also in Red Book:  March 1913, pp. 801-12; andBack to God’s Country, McKinlay, Stone & MacKenzie, 1920.)
  • *”Mrs. Corbin Reads the Riot Act.”  Judge:  January 25, 1913.
  • *”Mrs. Tommy’s Indiscretion.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  January 26, 1914, p. 94.
  • *”Mulvaney Lies in a Sandwich Grave.”  Detroit News Tribune:  September 9, 1900, p. 21.
  • * “My Brotherhood.”  Cosmopolitan:  November 1920, pp. 33ff.
  •  “My Creed of the Wild.”  1920.
  • *”My Feminine Brothers.”  Cosmopolitan:  October 1926, pp. 32ff.
  • *”My 2,000 Year Old Friend.”  Hearst’s International:  January 1926.  (Also in the Curwood Collector, v. II, No. 1, p.3.)
  •  “Mystery Girl.”  1918.
  •  “The Mystery Man of Kim’s Bayou.”
  •  “The Mystery of Dead Man’s Isle.”
  • *”New Years Carnival in the Wilderness.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  January 2, 1913, p. 18.
  •  “Nomads of the North.”  Red Book:  March 1918 to February 1919.  (Also known as  “Children of the Wild, Wild Strain.”)
  •  “Northland of Canada.”  1913.
  • "The Object Lesson.” McCall: 1908.
  • * “An Object Lesson for Wives.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  December 26, 1912.
  • *”Oko Kan, the Bull Moose.”  Munsey’s:  October 1912, pp. 86-94.
  • *”Old Dogs & New Tricks.”  Gunter’s Magazine:  January 1910.  (Also in Adventure:  December 30, 1922; and the Curwood Collector, v. IV, No. 1 & 2, pp. 5-8.)
  • *”The Omniscient Law.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  December 7, 1911.  (Also in Golden West  Magazine:  November 1927; and the Curwood Collector, v. III, No. 3, pp. 3-8.)
  • *”Only a Trifle.”  Underworld Magazine:  April 20, 1928.  (Also in Leslie’s Weekly:  January 20, 1912, p. 92).
  •  “One with an Evil Heart.”  Red Book:  1918.
  •  “Only a Woman’s Hair.”  Lippincott’s:  1902.
  • *”The Other Man’s Wife.”  Munsey’s:  May 1912, pp. 294-96.  (Also in Metropolitan and Back to God's Country, McKinley, Stone & MacKenzie, 1920.)
  • *”The Other Woman.”  Casill’s Magazine of Fiction:  May 1917.  (Also in the Curwood Collector, v. V, No. 3 & 4, pp. 7-10.)
  •  “Out of the Wilderness.”  1920.
  •  “Outlawed.”  Famous Story Magazine:  November 1925.
  •  “Outlaws.”  Story Teller:  March 1918.  (May have been part of Kazan).
  •  “Passing of the Old Life on the Lakes.”  (Probably never published).
  • *”Pathetic Story of the Social Outcast.”  Detroit News Tribune:  March 18, 1900.
  • *”Patriarchs.”  Detroit News Tribune:  January 1, 1905, p. 7.
  • *”Paying the Price.”  Outdoor America:  June 1927, p. 26.
  • *”Perils of Late Navigation on the Great Lakes.”  Woman’s Home Companion:  January 1905, pp. 14ff.
  • *”Peter God.”  InBack to God’s Country.  McKinley, Stone, & MacKenzie, 1920.
  •  “Phillip Steele.”  Red Book:  1910?
  •  *“Pills, an American Staple.”  Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly:  January 1904.
  •  “The Pirate.”  Cosmopolitan:  1908.
  • *”The Piratical Lover of Tow Number Two.”  Munsey’s:  February 1907, pp. 174-83.
  •  “Plains of Abraham.”  McCall’s:  October 1927 to March 1928.
  • *”Played a Tie Game.”  Detroit News Tribune:  November 25, 1900, p. 7.
  • *”Poetic Justice of Uko San.”  Outing:  June 1910, pp. 291-98.
  • *”The Poison of Heredity.”  Four O’Clock:  August 1898, pp. 3-12.
  • *”Pontiac’s Last Blow.”  Detroit Journal:  April 7, 1896.
  • *”Poor Man at College (or Why Michigan’s University Beckons to the Poor Man’s Son).”   Curwood Collector:  v. III, No. 3, p. 8.
  • *”Poor Man’s Chance.”  Pearsons Magazine:  August 1910, pp. 155-60.
  •  “Pound for Pound.”  Illustrated Sunday Magazine:  1912.
  •  “Prayer.”  1894.
  •  “Price of Hunting.”  Pearson’s:  1910.  (May not have been published.)
  •  “Primitive Business Methods in the Wilderness.”  Bookkeeper:  1909.
  •  “The Princess & the Box.”  Blue Book:  December 1913.
  •  “Protect the Spikehorn.”  Various newspapers, August 1927.
  • *”The Pursuit of the Elusive Forty.”  Outdoor Life Magazine:  April 1913, pp. 51-53.
  •  “Pyramid Builder.”  Leslie’s:  1910.
  •  “The Rebel Quintette.”  Or “The Ranger of the Florida Keys.”  (Unpublished; written as a boy.)
  • *”Recovering Historic Warships Near Detroit.”  American Boy:  January 1906.
  • *”The Red-Headed Tigress.”  Wayside Tales:  February 1902, p. 1-6.
  •  “Red Sagamore’s Hidden Treasure.”  1891 (Never published.)
  •  “Remittance Man.”  Red Book:  1910.
  • *“The Rhododendron Girl.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  July 4, 1912.
  • *”The Rights of Man.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  November 7, 1912, p. 474.
  •  “River’s End.”  Good Housekeeping:  January to June 1919.  (Also in Grit:  August 10, 1930 to September 28, 1930.)
  • *”Romance of the Great Lakes.”  Putnam’s:  June to September 1908.  (Also in Reader:  January & February 1908. These may be separate articles; library has those in Putnam’s.) Part 1 (Building of the Ships); Part 2 (What the Ships Carry); Part 3 (Passsengr Traffic & Summer Life); Part 4 (What the Ships Carry); Part 5 (Romance & Tragedy of the Inland Seas); Part 6 (Buffalo & Duluth).
  •  “Romance of Fur.”  Collier’s Canadian Edition:  April 2, 1910; and Grit:  September 28, 1930.
  •  “Romance of the Trap-Line.”  Saturday Evening Post:  1911.  (Probably the same as “The Trappers.”)
  •  “Royal Report for the Wilderness.”  Outing (?):  1909.  (May not have been published.)
  •  “Running a Farm as Big as a Kingdom.”  Bookkeeper:  April 1910.
  • *”Sailor Jim and His Precious Bible.”  Detroit News Tribune:  April 1, 1900.
  • *”Salvage.”  Munsey’s:  May 1907, pp. 249-57.
  • *”Senior Valentino: A Romance of the Cuban Revolution.”  Detroit Journal:  June 30, 1896.
  • *”Seven Chests.”  Milwaukee Sentinel Sunday Magazine:  May 25 to June 1, 1913.
  • *”Smart Foreigners at the U of M.”  Detroit News Tribune:  October 8, 1899, p. 4.
  •  “The Smuggler’s Trail.”  Brief Stories:  April 1928.
  •  “Snare of Circumstance.”  People Magazine:  1909.
  • *”Soldiers of Chance.”  Cavalier:  October 1918, p. 634-57. Part II: April 26, 1913, pp. 70-91. Part III: May 3, 1913, pp. 248-79. Part IV: May 10, 1913, pp. 503-19.
  • *”Some Liar.”  Green Book Magazine:  October 1918, p. 634-57.
  • *”The Son of a Hero.” Twentieth Century Review: August 1903.
  •  “Son of Kazan.”  1917.  (Also known as :Baree, Son of Kazan.”)
  • *”Song of the Dying Lepers.”  Detroit News Tribune:  December 10, 1899, p. 26.
  •  “Son of the Forests.”  McCall’s:  March to May 1930.
  •  “The Spear, a Relic of Barbarianism.”  Various newspapers.
  •  “Speck on the Wall.”
  •  “Steel Leviathans of the Great Lakes.”  Woman’s Home Companion:  n.d.
  •  “Stories of the Inland Seas.”  Woman’s Home Companion:  1904.
  •  “Story from the Border.”  (May not have been published.)
  •  “Story of Fur.”  Bookkeeper:  1909.
  • *”Strength of Men.”  Colliers:  February 17, 1912.  Also inBack to God’s Country, McKinley, Stone, & MacKenzie, 1920).
  • *”Strength of the Mighty.”  Leslie’s Magazine:  August 29, 1912, p. 204.
  • *”The System.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  January 11, 1912, p. 57.
  •  “Swift Lightning.”  Cosmopolitan:  April to December 1919.
  • *”Taking a Strange Census.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  August 1, 1912, p. 144.
  •  “The Tentacles of the North.”  Blue Book:  January 1915.
  • * “Terra Incognita of the North.”  Leslie’s:  November 17 and 24, 1910.
  • *”The Terror of Athabasca.”  Owosso Evening Argus:  October 21, 1894, p. 5.  (Also in the Curwood Collector, v. V., No. 1, pp. 3-5.
  • *”Test of a Code.”  Outing:  August 1909, pp. 605-12.
  •  “There is a God.”  Leslie’s:  September 8, 1910.
  • *”Thomas Jefferson Brown.”  Munsey’s:  July 1911, pp. 514-18.
  • *”Thou Shalt Not Kill.”  American Magazine:  December 1927, pp. 12-13.  Also in the Curwood Collector.
  •  “Towers of Silence.”  McClure’s:  December 27, 1897.
  • *”Tragedies of a Vast Wilderness.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  October 10, 1912, p. 368f.
  •  “Tragedies of the North.”  1914.  (May be the same as “Tragedy of Wild Animal Life.”)
  • *”Tragedy of Wild Animal Life.”  Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly:  March 5, 1914.  (Also in the Curwood Collector, v. IV, No. 1 & 2, pp. 12-13.)
  • *”Tragic Story of the Wilderness Mail.”  Leslie’s:  November 21, 1912, p. 538.
  •  “Trail of Gold.”
  • *”The Trappers.”  Saturday Evening Post:  January 13, 1912, pp. 14-15.
  •  “Trifle.”  1911.  (Alternative title to “Only a Trifle.”)
  • *”Trip on a Great Lakes Freighter.”  Putnam’s:  March 1909, pp. 738-44.
  • *”Twin Cities of Thunder Bay.”  Reader’s Magazine:  November 1907, pp. 565-78.
  •  “Two Thousand Mile Trip on a Great Lakes Freighter.”  1908  (See “Trip on a Great Lakes Freighter.”)
  •  “Two Thousand Miles Over Snow.”  1910.
  •  “Unknown Canada.”  Wide World Magazine:  October 1913.
  • *”Unsatisfied.” [poem] Overland Monthly:  December 1903.  (Also in June 1926, p. 166).
  •  “Unusual Business Methods of a Pioneer Country.”  Bookkeeper:  May 1910.
  • *”Upon the Wessels Family.”  Detroit News Tribune:  June 25, 1899, p. 16.
  •  “Valley of the Silent Men.”  Grit:  February 8, 1931.  (Also Good Housekeeping:  September 1919 to June 1920).
  • *”Veronica Haskelle.”  Four O’Clock:  March 1900, pp. 3-15.
  • * “Violin.”  Leslie's:  December 8, 1910.
  • *”Wapi, the Walrus.”  Good HousekeepingNovember 1918, pp. 17-20 and December 1918, pp. 36-39.
  • *”Well Diggers.”  Detroit News Tribune:  November 19, 1899.
  •  “What the Moon Saw at Midnight.”  (Probably unpublished; written as a boy.)
  •  “Wheels of Fate.”
  •  “When Fate Plays a Hand.”  Leslie’s:  1912.
  •  “When Greek Meets Greek.”  Young’s Magazine:  1903.
  • * “When the Door Opened.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  November 13, 1920.
  • *”When the Sea Ran Dry.”  Cavalier:  February 22, 1913, pp. 700-11.
  • *”When the World’s Back Broke.”  Milwaukee Sentinel Sunday Illustrated Magazine:  April 27, 1913.
  •  “Where to Find Big Game Easily.”  Pearson’s Magazine:  September 1910, pp. 406-12.
  •  “Where to Go for Big Game”  1911.  (Also published as “Where to Find Big Game Easily.”)
  • *”Whisper from the Klondike.”  Gray Goose:  February 1900, pp. 23-28.
  •   “White Man and His Rifle.”  Saturday Evening Post:  1911.
  •  “White Savage.”  1926.  (Alternative title to “Crippled Lady of Peribonka.”)
  • *”Why I Write Nature Stories.”  Good Housekeeping:  July 1918, pp. 149ff.
  •  “Why Josiah Joined the Angels.”  Judge:  1913.  (Probably the same as Josiah’s Defeat.”)
  • *”Why the Police Subaltern Fled Jogodhri.”  Gray Goose:  January 1899, pp. 11-16.
  •  “Wilderness Barbecue.”  Leslie’s:  1912.
  •  “Wilderness Mail.”  Pall Mall Magazine:  1914.  (Probably the same story as published in Leslie’s: November 21, 1912..)
  •  “Wildlife and Wildfire.”  American Forestry:  March 1923, pp. 140-45.
  • *”Winning an Empire.”  Putnam’s:  October 1908, pp. 35-44.
  •  “Winter on a Dog Sledge.”  Field and Stream:  1910 (May not have been published.)
  • *”With the Gold Seekers in Darkest Africa.”  Era:  September 1903, pp. 23-38.
  • *”With the Lions of Anacopa.”  Era:  February 1904, pp. 161-68.
  • *”With Uncle Sam’s Fisherman.”  American Boy:  February 1903, pp. 114-15.
  • *”Wolf Hunters:  A Tale of Real Scouts in the Wilderness.”  Lone Scout:  January 1917.  (Also in Boy’s Magazine:  May 1922.)
  • *”Wonderful Beaver Engineers.”  Leslie’s Weekly:  January 30, 1913.
  •  “World Hunters of the North.”  Success:  August 1911 and Wide World Magazine:  September 1913.
  • *”The Wreck of the Winsome Winnie.”  American Boy:  March 1903, pp. 154-55.
  •  “Yasodhara of the Luni.”  Gray Goose:  about 1900.
  • *”The Yellow-Back.”  Famous Story Magazine:  June 1926.  (Also inBack to God’s Country, McKinlay, Stone, & MacKenzie, 1920 and Complete Northwest Novel Magazine:  February 1937.
  •  “Yukon Manhunt.”

*Shiawassee District Library—Owosso has copies of these stories or articles.

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