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Boyd, Thomas, 1898-1935

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1898 - 1935

Thomas Alexander Boyd was born in 1898 in Ohio. He later moved to Vermont is best known for his World War I novel, "Through the Wheat" (1923), and his realistically treated romance of Ohio before the Revolutionary War, "Shadow of the Long Knives" (1928). Other publications include "Simon Girty," "The White Savage" (1928), "Mad Anthony Wayne" (1929), "Light-Horse Harry Lee" (1931), and "Poor John Fitch" (1935). Boyd died in 1935.

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Thomas Boyd research notes for "Poor John Fitch"

MS-130
 Collection
Identifier: MS-130
Overview "Poor John Fitch" research notes. The collection contains the research notes for Thomas Boyd's biography of John Fitch which was published in 1935.