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Frank B. Linderman Archives
Frank B. Linderman • 18 Items / 14 Books, 1 Article, 3 Poems
Kootenai---Why Stories (1926)
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    Indian Tales for Children (4 Reviews)
    Skunny Wundy, by Arthur C. Parker
    1. Skunny Wundy by Arthur C. Parker
    2. The Seven Cities of Cibola by Aileen B. Nusbaum
    3. The Pueblo Boy by Cornelia James Cannon
    4. Kootenai---Why Stories by Frank B. Linderman
    The New Republic, November 10, 1926, p. 348
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    Current Books (5 Reviews)
    Law, Nature, Children's Books
    1. The Supreme Court in United States History by Charles Warren
    2. Whitetailed Deer by William Monypeny Newsom
    3. On to Oregon! by Honore Willsie Morrow
    4. The Boy Explorers in the Pirate Archipelago by Warren H. Miller
    5. Kootenai---Why Stories by Frank B. Linderman
    The Outlook, September 29, 1926, p. 158
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    The New Books (18 Reviews)
    1. The Rider in the Green Mask by Rupert Sargent Holland
    2. How to Find Happyland by Jasmine Stone Van Dresser
    3. The Tale of the Good Cat Jupie by Neely McCoy
    4. The Prince of Wails by Pauline Felix Geffen
    5. Little Mary Mixup in Fairyland by Robert M. Brinkerhoff
    6. Maybe True Stories by Hildegarde Hawthorne
    7. The Alley Rabbit by James H. Penniman
    8. Noah's Nightmare by Bob McNagny
    9. The Christmas Reindeer by Thornton W. Burgess
    10. The Little Blue Man by Giuseppe Fanciulli
    11. Kootenai---Why Stories by Frank B. Linderman
    12. The Magic Flight by Joseph Gaer
    13. Tales of Laughter by Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith, ...
    14. Tales from the Enchanted Isles by Ethel May Gate
    15. The Hungry Tiger of Oz by Ruth Plumly Thompson
    16. The White Leader by Constance Lindsay Skinner
    17. David Hotfoot by Dan Totheroh
    18. The Mountain of Jade by Violet Irwin and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    The Saturday Review, November 27, 1926, p. 345