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North of 36

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Emerson Hough. North of 36. New York: Grosset and Dunlap. Photoplay edition. Octavo. 429 pages, plus publisher's ads. Publisher's binding and dust jacket.With photographic images from the 1924 Paramount Pictures North of 36, starring Jack Holt and Lois Wilson.
Hardcover, Photoplay Edition, 429 pages
Published by New York: Grosset & Dunlap (first published January 1st 1923)
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Aug 28, 2015 Clare rated it liked it
This is just a good old-fashioned western about the first cattle drive from Texas to Abilene. My copy of the book came from the library and was published in 1932. The book itself looked as though it had gone through a cattle drive, with the pages worn to softness, plenty of stains and a binding that was hanging on by a few threads. While reading this story I had to take into account the time period in which it was written because some of the sentiments expressed within would be considered incorr ...more
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Emerson Hough was an American author best known for writing western stories and historical novels.

He married Charlotte Chesebro of Chicago in 1897 and made that city his home. During World War I, he served as a Captain with the Intelligence Service. He died in Evanston, Illinois, on April 30, 1923, a week after seeing the Chicago premiere of the movie The Covered Wagon, based on his 1922 book. Cov
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