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Paul Wellman

Paul Iselin Wellman (October 15, 1895 — September 17, 1966) was an American journalist, popular history and novel writer, and screenwriter, known for his books of the Wild West: Kansas, Oklahoma, Great Plains.[1]

Bibliography

  • Death on the Prairie, 1934
  • Death in the Desert, 1935
  • Bronco Apache, 1936
  • Jubal Troop, 1939
  • The Trampling Herd: The Story of the Cattle Range in America, 1939
  • Angel with Spurs, 1942
  • The Bowl of Brass, 1944
  • The Walls of Jericho, 1947
  • Death on Horseback, 1947 (combines Death on the Prairie & Death in the Desert)
  • The Indian Wars of the West, 1947 (formerly Death on Horseback)
  • The Chain, 1949
  • The Iron Mistress, 1951
  • The Comancheros, 1952
  • The Female, A Novel of Another Time, 1953
  • Glory, God and Gold, 1954
  • The Blazing Southwest, The Pioneer Story of the American Southwest, 1954
  • Jericho’s Daughters, 1956
  • Portage Bay, 1957
  • Ride the Red Earth, 1958
  • The Fiery Flower, 1959
  • Indian Wars and Warriors—East, 1959
  • Indian Wars and Warriors—West, 1959
  • Gold in California, 1958
  • Stuart Symington, 1960
  • Race to the Golden Spike, 1961
  • A Dynasty of Western Outlaws, 1961
  • Magnificent Destiny, 1962
  • The Greatest Cattle Drive, 1964
  • Spawn of Evil, 1964
  • The Devil’s Disciples, 1965
  • The House Divides: The Age of Jackson and Lincoln, 1966
  • The Buckstones, 1967

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