By: Albert A. Young
Stories from the Adirondacks
A collection of five stories all of which take place in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, and most which contain elements of some mystery hidden deep within the forests. - Summary by Roger Melin
By: Albert Bigelow Pain
The Boys' Life of Mark Twain
Albert Bigelow Paine was Samuel Langhorne Clemens’ (Mark Twain’s) biographer. He lived with Twain, collecting ideas and material for a biography, for a few years before Twain’s death in 1910. Six years later Paine published this “story of a man who made the world laugh and love him.” For those who have read or listened to Mark Twain’s works, Paine’s work is an invaluable resource to better understand Twain, the stories behind his stories and his life with those he loved and with whom he worked.
By: Albert Bigelow Paine (1861-1937)
|The Hollow Tree Snowed-In|
|Dwellers in Arcady The Story of an Abandoned Farm|
|Hollow Tree Nights and Days|
|The Tent Dwellers|
|The Car That Went Abroad Motoring Through the Golden Age|
|The Autobiography of a Monkey|
|The Arkansaw Bear A Tale of Fanciful Adventure|
|Mr. Rabbit's Wedding Hollow Tree Stories|
|Making Up with Mr. Dog Hollow Tree Stories|
|The Van Dwellers A Strenuous Quest for a Home|
|The Bread Line A Story of a Paper|
|Mr. Turtle's Flying Adventure Hollow Tree Stories|
|The Ship Dwellers A Story of a Happy Cruise|
|The Mystery of Evelin Delorme A Hypnotic Story|
Captain Bill McDonald, Texas Ranger: A Story of Frontier Reform
"William Jesse "Bill" McDonald in the 1880s served as a deputy sheriff in Wood County. After moving to Hardeman County, he served as deputy sheriff, special Ranger, and U. S. Deputy Marshal of the Northern District of Texas and the Southern District of Kansas.. . . .In 1891 McDonald was selected to replace S. A. McMurry as Captain of Company B, Frontier Battalion. He served as a Ranger captain until 1907. Capt. McDonald and his company took part in a number of celebrated cases including the Fitzsimmons-Maher prize fight, the Wichita Falls bank robbery, the Reese-Townsend feud, and the Brownsville Raid of 1906...
Moments With Mark Twain
These selections from the works of Mark Twain are presented in chronological order. They include the memorable whitewashing of the fence in "Tom Sawyer", events preceding the Mississippi River raft journey in "Huckleberry Finn", a dark moment during the exchange of identities in “The Prince and the Pauper”, and reflections of “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court”. A critic wrote of another excerpt concerning a feud, "...as dramatic and powerful an episode as I know in modern literature." Also included are comments about travel abroad, Joan of Arc, a generous helping of Twain’s renowned quips, and mortality.
Life and Lillian Gish
An authorized biography of Lillian Gish, the renowned silent film star known in her heyday as the First Lady of American Cinema. Albert Bigelow Paine chronicles Gish's early life, her close relationship with her sister Dorothy, her rise in film as an actor with Biograph Studios and muse of D. W. Griffith, her short time as a contract actor with MGM, and her return to the stage in the advent of the talkies. Peppered throughout with intimate and amusing anecdotes, this is a must-read for film historians, silent film enthusiasts, and admirers of one of cinema's legendary talents.
Lucky Piece: A Story of the North Woods
While riding a stage back to the city late in the summer, a youngster had no money to spend, and so gives his lucky piece as payment to a young girl selling berries by the roadside. As time passes, in the Adirondack mountains of northern New York state, a tale unfolds involving two young women, two young men, and a bevy of characters the likes of which lend to a series of events which make up a fascinating story. Constance was one not to be controlled, she was a free spirit, as in fairy tales, wont to follow the moment rather than ideas presented to her by others...
Mark Twain: A Biography - Volume III
This work has been considered the "go-to" bio of Mark Twain for over a hundred years. Albert Bigelow Paine was an American author and biographer best known for his work with Mark Twain. These recordings of Paine's exhaustive biography cover Twain's personal and literary life in detail, heretofore, unapproached. The published work is divided into 7 sections, on three separate recordings: Recording #1 -VOLUME I, Part 1: 1835-1866 -VOLUME I, Part 2: 1866-1875 Recording #2 -VOLUME II, Part 1: 1875-1886 -VOLUME II, Part 2: 1886-1900 Recording #3 -VOLUME III, Part 1: 1900-1907 -VOLUME III, Part 2: 1907-1910 -Appendixes
LibriVox volunteers bring you 15 recordings of Mis' Smith,/em>, by Albert Paine. This was the Weekly Poetry project for April 7th, 2013.
Hollow Tree Snowed In Book
Once upon a time, in the Big Deep Woods, there was a big hollow tree with three hollow branches. The tree animals living in each of these hollow branches have many stories and they are told by the Story Teller to the Little Lady. Lots of good fun and adventures here. This book follows the first that explains how this marvelous Deep Woods, when it snows heavily, harbors so many quirky and interesting characters. - Summary by Phil Chenevert
Mark Twain: A Biography - Volume 1
Until recently, this work has been considered the "go-to" bio of Mark Twain. Albert Bigelow Paine was an American author and biographer best known for his work with Mark Twain. This recording of Paine's exhaustive biography covers Twain's personal and literary life in detail, heretofore unapproached. - Summary by John Greenman and Wikipedia
By: Albert Burton Farnham (1870-)
|Home Taxidermy for Pleasure and Profit A Guide for Those Who Wish to Prepare and Mount Animals, Birds, Fish, Reptiles, etc., for Home, Den, or Office Decoration|
By: Albert Bushnell Hart (1854-1943)
Mentor: Benjamin Franklin
This is Vol. 6, No. 7, Serial No. 155 of The Mentor, published May 15, 1918. Benjamin Franklin was one of the leading figures of the 18th century and a founding father of the United States. His interests and accomplishments were broad and varied. Franklin is known as a brilliant inventor and a leading author, politician, diplomat, scientist, postmaster, and an influential printer in Philadelphia. These short vignettes for The Mentor magazine cover many of aspects of Franklin’s amazing life and career.
By: Albert Bushnell Hart (1854-1943)
|The Mentor: The War of 1812 Volume 4, Number 3, Serial Number 103; 15 March, 1916.|
|Formation of the Union, 1750-1829|
By: Albert C. Manucy
|Artillery Through the Ages A Short Illustrated History of Cannon, Emphasizing Types Used in America|
By: Albert Christopher Addison
|The Romantic Story of the Mayflower Pilgrims And Its Place in the Life of To-day|
By: Albert D. Vandam
|Bartholomew Sastrow Being the Memoirs of a German Burgomaster|
By: Albert Dresden Vandam (1843-1903)
|An Englishman in Paris Notes and Recollections|