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Bibliography for Camp Fire Stories

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Mystery Stories
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"Water Ghost and Others," J. K. Bangs. See Chapter, "Water Ghost."
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"Around the Fire Stories,"' Conan Doyle. See Chapter, "The Brazilian Cat."
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"Tale of a Traveler," Washington Irving. See Chapter, "The Devil and Tom Walker."
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Indian Legends
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"Blackfeet Indian Stories," George Bird Grinnell.
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"The Punishment of the Stingy," George Bird Grinnell.
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"Pawnee Hero Tales," George Bird Grinnell.
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Adventure Tales
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"Around the Fire," H. M. Burr (Book of short stories, two or three of which are particularly good).
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"With the Indians in the Rockies," W. J. Schultz. (Admirable story, shortened, all the story can be told, with an introduction, some episode.)
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"Tad Sheldon, Boy Scout," John Fleming Wilson.
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Biographical Hero Stories
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"American Book of Gold Deeds," J. Baldwin. (The acts of heroism are various in character, ranging from the unpremeditated saving of a railroad train to the great philanthropic movements which have blessed and benefited all mankind.)
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"Pathfinders of the Trail," A. C. Laut.
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"The Story of the Trapper," A. C. Laut.
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Miscelaneous
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"The Boy Scout Book of Stories," F. K. Mathiews, Appleton.
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"Camp Fire Verse," Haynes & Harrison, Duffield.
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"Poems of Action," Porter,  Association Press.
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"Told by the Camp Fire," Cheley, Association Press.
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"The Book Shelf for Boys and Girls," (an extensive bibliography), Library Commission, Boy Scouts of America.
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Suggested Books for Reading Around Camp Fire,  P. 25, "Camp and Outing Activities," Cheley-Baker Association Press.

See Also: 

Campfire Story Telling

Ernest Thompson Seton on Story Telling

F. Haydon Dimmock's Good Story Telling

A. E. Hamilton's Stories by Firelight and Emberglow

Campfire Helps

 

 

   

 

 


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