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Noah Brooks

Author, Editor, Compiler

(1830 - 1903)

Noah Brooks

Born in Castine, Maine, Noah Brooks used that city as his nom-de-plume as a correspondent during the Civil War. He was a close personal friend of Abraham Lincoln and wrote a biography of the president’s war years.



Bibliography

The Boy Emigrants (1914)

Two young men head west by Conestoga to find a better life. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): Noah Brooks
Illustrator(s): Harvey Thomas Dunn

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The Boy Emigrants (1939)

Two young men head west by Conestoga to find a better life. This edition bound in black cloth with a paste on cover is more typical of the Scribner’s Illustrated Classics.

Author(s): Noah Brooks
Illustrator(s): Harvey Thomas Dunn

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First Across the Continent (1901)

The first popular account of the Lewis and Clark expedition from 1804 to 1806.

Author(s): Noah Brooks
Illustrator(s): Ernest Seton Thompson
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