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For the Liberty of Texas

(The Mexican War #1)

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Edward Stratemeyer (1862-1930) was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. He was an American publisher and writer of books for children. He wrote 150 books himself, and created the most famous of the series books for juveniles, including the Rover Boys (1899 and after), Bobbsey Twins (1904), Tom Swift (1910), Hardy Boys (1927), and Nancy Drew (1930) series, among others. Stratemey ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Dodo Press (first published 1900)
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Edward Stratemeyer (1862-1930) was the founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. In addition to managing the business and plotting most of the early books it produced, he wrote under his own name and two main personal pseudonyms, "Arthur M. Winfield" and "Capt. Ralph Bonehill."