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L'Amour, Louis Hondo. Lutz, Giles A. The Magnificent Failure. Patten, Lewis B. Bones of the Buffalo. Riefe, Barbara Mohawk Woman. Schlesier, Karl H. Josanie's War. Smith, C. W. Buffalo Nickel. Stratham, Frances Patton Trail of Tears. Thom, James Alexander Panther in the Sky. Fictionalized account of Chief Tecumseh. Vernam, Glenn R. Indian Hater. Waldo, Anna Lee Sacajawea. Welch, James Fools Crow. Indian Captives Popular since colonial times, these tales about individuals captured by Indians who are often adopted into the tribes and about those who search for them have a great appeal.
Lists 3,000 titles. Indexed by author, title, genre, subject, and geographic setting. Burt, Daniel S. What Historical Novel Do I Read Next? Gale Research, 1997. Gerhardstein, Virginia Brokaw. Dickinson's American Historical Fiction, 5th ed. Scarecrow Press, 1986. Over 3,000 historical novels covering European colonization to 1984 are annotated and classified. , and Gregg Sapp. Historical Figures in Fiction. Oryx Press, 1994. Lists 4,200 novels organized by 1,500 significant historical characters.