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Thomas Morris Longstreth, Author of The Catskills  (Part 5 of 5)

April 20, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

The books written by T. Morris Longstreth include, but are not limited to, the following:

Title

Year

Publisher

Comments

Reading the Weather

1915

New York: Outing Publishing Company

Reissued in 1943 as Knowing the Weather.

The Adirondacks

1917

New York: The Century Co.

Travelogue through the Adirondacks region.

Lake Placid and an Experiment in Intelligence

1917

New York: The Century Co.

Reprinted from The Adirondacks.

The Catskills

1918

New York: The Century Co.

Travelogue through the Catskills region.

Mac of Placid

1920

New York: The Century Co.

 

The Laurentians: The Hills of the Habitant

1922

New York: The Century Company

 

The Lake Placid Country Tramper’s Guide

1922

Lake Placid: Adirondack Camp and Trail Club

Guide book to over 60 trails in the Lake Placid region of the Adirondacks.

The Lake Superior Country

1924

New York: The Century Company

“Outdoor life, the land, the people, and the animals in a wild and beautiful region.”

The Silent Five

 

1924

New York: The Century Co.

 

Coin and Crossbones

1925

New York: The Century Co.

Sequel to The Silent Five

Ade of the Marcy Mounted

1926

New York: Century Company

 

The Silent Force: Scenes from the Life of the Mounted Police of Canada

1927

New York: Century Company

 

Sons of the Mounted Police

1928

New York: Century Company

 

The Sky Through Branches.

 

1930

New York: Century Company

Volume of poems.

Murder at Belly Butte and other mysteries from the records of the mounted police

1931

New York: The Century Co.

Follows 14 different criminal cases involving the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Quebec Montreal and Ottawa

 

1933

New York: The Century Co.

 

In Scarlet and Plain Clothes: The History of the Mounted Police

1933

New York: Macmillan

 

To Nova Scotia: The Sunrise Province of Canada

1935

New York: D. Appleton-Century Company

 

Trial by Wilderness

 

1940

New York: D. Appleton-Century

 

Trooper’s Friend: A Tale of Mountain Prep

 

1940

New York: D. Appleton-Century Company

 

In Lightning or in Rain.

 

1941

New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, incorporated

 

Jess

 

1941

Philadelphia: Westminster Press

“. . . the story of a vivacious and effervescent school girl who ultimately becomes the star of her home town.” (“Book Reviews.” The Bronxville Review-Press. December 23, 1941. 2nd section, page 5.)

The Missouri Clipper: A Mountain Prep Story

1941

New York: D. Appleton-Century Co.

 

Knowing the Weather

 

1943

New York: The Macmillan Co.

Reissued from the original 1915 Reading the Weather. Subject is meteorology aimed at the beginner.

Tad Lincoln, The President’s Son

 

1944

Philadelphia: The Westminster Press

Biography of Tad Lincoln

Two Rivers Meet in Concord

 

1946

Philadelphia: The Westminster Press

 

Hide-out

 

1947

New York: The Macmillan Co.

“A story of Concord in the days of Thoreau and Emerson. Reuben loses his temper with the jailer where his father is imprisoned and is forced to run away from home. As a helper in a livery stable he has a part in the struggle between the new railroads and the old stages. An interesting story with a good historical background.” (“Background of History.” The Saturday Review. November 15, 1947. Page 61.)

The Great Venture

 

1948

New York: The Macmillan Co.

Biography. “The story of the early years as a sculptor of Daniel Chester French. The scene is Concord in the time of Emerson, the Alcotts, Richard Dana, and other famous Americans. It is an unusually interesting biography, convincing and full of life.” (“Biography.” The Saturday Review. November 13, 1948. Page 40.)

Mounty in a Jeep

 

1949

New York: Macmillan Company

“In an isolated village on the Alberta-Northwest Territories boundary a young Mountie brings law and order to his territory by exercising leadership and by participating in youth activities.”

Showdown

 

1950

New York: Macmillan

 

Gallows Rock

 

1951

New York: Macmillan

 

Elephant Toast

 

1953

New York: Macmillan Co.

“A hilarious story of a boys’ camp where everything happens, including an elephant.” Ages 8-12.

Camping Like Crazy

1953

New York: Macmillan

 

The Scarlet Force: The Making of the Mounted Police

1953

Toronto: Macmillan

About the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Understanding the Weather

1953

New York: Macmillan

 

The Force Carries On

1954

Toronto: Macmillan

Subject is the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The sequel to The Scarlet Force.

Time Flight

1954

New York: Macmillan

 

Dangerline

1955

New York: MacMillan

 

Doorway in the Dark

 

1956

New York: Macmillan

“Communist intrigue and cruelty play a large part in this thrilling story of two young men who struggle to keep a free university in occupied Berlin.”

The MacQuarrie Boys

 

1957

New York: Macmillan

 

Bull Session

 

1958

New York: Macmillan

 

Michel of Ironwood

1959

New York: Macmillan

 

Trouble Guaranteed

1960

New York: Macmillan

 

That Williams Boy

1961

New York: Macmillan

 

The Calgary Challengers

1962

Toronto, Macmillan of Toronto

 

Henry Thoreau, American Rebel

 

1963

New York: Dodd, Mead

Biography of Thoreau, and overview of his works

The Comeback Catcher

 

1965

New York: Dodd, Mead

 


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