Kit Carson, the prince of the gold hunters

or, The adventures of the Sacramento. A tale of the new Eldorado, founded on actual facts. by Charles E. Averill

Publisher: G. H. Williams in Boston

Written in English
Published: Pages: 124 Downloads: 831
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  • Sacramento Valley (Calif.)

Subjects:

  • Carson, Kit, 1809-1868 -- Fiction.,
  • Gold mines and mining -- Fiction.,
  • Sacramento Valley (Calif.) -- Fiction.

Edition Notes

Initials.

StatementBy Charles E. Averill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.A952 Ki
The Physical Object
Pagination[5]-124 p.
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6671480M
LC Control Number24028548
OCLC/WorldCa1706938

Burdett, Charles. , Life of Kit Carson: the great western hunter and guide. Comprising wild and romantic exploits as a hunter and trapper in the Rocky Mountains; thrilling adventures and hairbreadth escapes among the Indians and Mexicans; his daring and invaluable services as a guide to scouting and other parties, etc., etc. Kit Carson was a man of great energy and decision of character, alert, poised, calm in danger, and among the keenest, shrewdest, and bravest of experienced frontiersmen. In knowledge of his craft he ranked with such leaders as Bridger, St. Vrain, the Bent "boys," Antoine Leroux, . >Then, one afternoon in late October , Army Major William Grier came tearing up to the ranch to ask Carson for help. >A few weeks before, a Missouri trader named James White had been heading west on the nearby Santa Fe Trail with his wife Ann and their infant . Kit Carson was a real person who became a legend in his own time due to dime novels. The precursor to comic books. His first appearance was in Prince of the Gold Hunters in

Synonyms for Dime novels in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Dime novels. 1 synonym for dime novel: penny dreadful. What are synonyms for Dime novels? Cover by Rocke Mastroserio. Stories by unknown. Art by Rocke Mastroserio, Al Williamson and Angelo Torres. Featuring Cheyenne Kid in "War-Party" and "Judge Roy Bean The Law West of the Pecos"! Plus: back-up tale "Prepaid Reward"! And: 2-page text story "Gold In . • E-text & illustrations for Kit Carson: The Prince of the Gold Hunters (), by Charles Averill • Secondary sources on the study of dime novels • Street & Smith's Preservation Project at Syracuse University Digital P.T. Barnum Site: The Lost Museum. Sample dime novel covers from the Syracuse University Street & Smith's collection. Classics Illustrated is an American comic book/magazine series featuring adaptations of literary classics such as Les Miserables, Moby Dick, Hamlet, and The d by Albert Kanter, the series began publication in and finished its first run in , producing issues. Following the series' demise, various companies reprinted its titlesCreated by: Albert Kanter.

John Hamilton, Actor: The Maltese Falcon. Burly, stentorian-voiced John Hamilton, worked on Broadway and in touring theatrical companies for many years prior to his film debut. He was in the original Broadway company of "Seventh Heaven" and would appear in the film remake (Seventh Heaven ()) in For Warner Bros, he starred with Donald Meek in a series of short mysteries Born: Cover art by Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Gun Justice, art by Mastroserio. Blood is Thicker, pencils by Bill Molno. The Outlaw Express, art by Mastroserio. Kit Carson's Adventure text story. Snake Bite, art by Mastroserio. 36 pgs. $ Cover price $ Chronicling the great hunters of America - beginning with the Plains Indians and moving through legendary hunters like Daniel Boone, Davey Crockett, Kit Carson, Buffalo Bill, Teddy Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway, Lyndon Johnson, and more - American Hunter . Kit Carson A Pattern for Heroes. Thelma S. Guild and Harvey L. Carter. Lincoln: Univ. Nebraska, A good biography based on Carter's long study of Carson. Kit Carson and the Indians. Tom Dunlay. Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska, Much longer than the biography by .

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Kit Carson, the prince of the gold hunters. Boston: G.H. Among her possessions was a copy of the popular dime novel Kit Carson: Prince of the Gold Hunters, a story about Carson saving a beautiful woman from death at the hands of a band of Indians.

Carson couldn’t read nor write and when the story was. Internet Archive BookReader Kit Carson, the prince of the gold hunters; or, The adventures of the Sacramento.

A tale of the new Eldorado, founded on actual facts. Then, incame a new literary hero, Kit Carson: The Prince of the Gold Hunters -- a giant of a man who referred to Indians as "redskins," "critters" and "varmints," and cheerfully slaughtered.

Christopher Houston Carson (Decem – ), better known as Kit Carson, was an American was a fur trapper, wilderness guide, Indian agent, and U.S. Army became a frontier legend in his own lifetime via biographies and news articles, and exaggerated versions of his exploits were the subject of dime ds held: 1st New Mexico Volunteer.

“In camp was found a book [Charles Averill’s Kit Carson, the Prince of the Gold Hunters], the first of the kind I had ever seen, in which I was made a great hero, slaying Indians by the hundred, and I have often thought that as Mrs.

White would read the same, and knowing that I lived near, she would pray for my appearance and that she would.

Carson's public image as an action hero had been sealed by the Frémont expedition reports of Inthe first of many Carson action novels appeared.

The first, written by Charles Averill, bore the name Kit Carson: The Prince of the Gold Hunters. This type of.

At least 25 titles were recorded, from Kit Carson, Prince of the Gold Hunters () through Kit Carson, King of Scouts (). Public domain movie appearance. Kit Carson, by Evelyn Wells and George Bruce, dir. George B. Seitz, prod. Edward Small, United Artists,   Charles Averill’s pulp fiction, “Kit Carson, Prince of the Gold Hunters,” depicted him as a mass killer of Indians and even credited him as “the man who discovered gold in California.” On another pulp he was shown on horseback holding a beautiful, scantly women in.

Earlier ina writer named Charles Averill had published a book called Kit Carson: The Prince of the Gold Hunters.

The book was based on the legend that had grown from the real life adventures of Kit Carson, a fur-trapper whose abilities as a “tracker” had brought him into employment with the United States : Jason Duncan.

Full text of "Kit Carson, the prince of the gold hunters; or, The adventures of the Sacramento.A tale of the new Eldorado, founded on actual facts" See other formats. The book was most likely Charles Averill’s Kit Carson: Prince of the Gold Hunters, published earlier that year and the first of many novels to wildly exaggerate Carson’s heroics.

Disgusted, Carson urged his companions to toss the book into the fire over Ann White’s grave. The book was most likely Charles Averill’s Kit Carson: Prince of the Gold Hunters, published earlier that year and the first of many novels to wildly exaggerate Carson’s heroics.

Disgusted, Carson urged his companions to toss the book into the fire over Ann White’s grave. On the return the column was struck by a sudden : Historynet Staff.

Kit believed that she had been used as "the prostitute of the tribe." Her body was covered in bruises and scratches. When the men were going through her belongings they found, Kit Carson: The Prince of the Gold Hunters.

Kit was read passages from the book, and in it the fictional Kit rescues the kidnapped woman and saves the day.

Dime novel writers latched on to Carson’s fame, churning out titles like Kit Carson, The Prince of the Gold Hunters, or, the Adventures of the Sacramento and Kiowa Charley, the White Mustanger or Kit’s Last Scalp Hunt. These accounts aimed to thrill, and were entirely fictional.

No, it’s Kit Carson. As they buried her, someone in Carson’s party found a book amidst her personal effects, a Dime Novel titled “Kit Carson: Prince of the Gold Hunters.” Passages were.

Among her possessions was discovered a well-thumbed copy of Kit Carson: The Prince of the Gold Hunters. Carson was unfamiliar with its contents, and would have remained so.

Almost certainly, it was Charles Avaral's blood and thunder, Kit Carson: The Prince of the Gold Hunters. This was the first time that the real Kit Carson had come in contact with his own myth. For one of his most devoted fans, Kit Carson came to the rescue five minutes too late.

Carson found the slain young woman, Ann White, kidnapped and then killed by Indians. Later, he discovered a pulp novel among her possessions - starring the. 「キット・カーソン、金掘り人の王子(Kit Carson, Prince of the Gold Hunters、年)」 「キット・カーソンのすべて、斥候の王様(through Kit Carson, King of Scouts、年)」 「流れ星のアダライン(Adaline Falling Star、年)」 「コマンチ族の追跡者」.

Christopher "Kit" Carson, (possibly Christopher Houston Carson; Decem – ) was an American career as a frontiersman involved four chief occupations: mountain man, guide, Indian agent, and officer in the United States helped to open the American West to settlement.

In his day, he was a celebrity known far and wide in the United : DecemTate's Creek, Madison. The life of Kit Carson: the great western hunter and guide by Charles Burdett (selected pages)Free Google eBook Kit Carson, the Prince of the Gold Hunters novel by Charles Averill (full view) Kit Carson: Mountain Man by Tracey Boraas (selected pages) Kit Carson: A Pattern for Heroes by Thelma S.

Guild, Harvey L. Carter (selected pages). doned book, which turned out to be a novel about the scouting ex-ploits of Kit Carson, probably one published the same year titled Kit Carson: Prince of the Gold Hunters. As it happened, the real Carson could not match the skills of his fictional double, and Mrs.

White was found dead. He long remained troubled by the thought that she must haveFile Size: KB. Inthe first story about Carson's adventures was printed.

It was called An Adventure of Kit Carson: A Tale of the Sacramento. It was printed in Holden's Dollar Magazine. Other stories were also printed such as Kit Carson: The Prince of the Goldhunters and The Prairie Flower.

Writers thought Carson the perfect mountain man and Indian : DecemRichmond, Kentucky. In Charles Averill ’ s Kit Carson, The Prince of the Gold Hunters () Carson is a man of daring and skill, “ the noble figure of the hunter-horseman, ” possessing “ a look of proud indifference to all, and the conscious confidence of ennobling self-reliance.The Arts: Publications.

William Apess, A Son of the Forest (New York: Author, ) — the autobiography of a Pequot who converted to Christianity, fought for the Americans in the War ofand championed the rights of Native Americans; Charles Averill, Kit Carson, The Prince of the Gold Hunters (Boston: G.

H. Williams, ) — adventure novels such as Averill ’ s helped. Kit Carson, The Prince Of The Gold Hunters Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, Author: Edwin D.

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