Author:Caroline Cameron Lockhart

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Caroline Cameron Lockhart
(1871–1962)
American journalist and author; best remembered for her novel The Fighting Shepherdess
Caroline Cameron Lockhart

Works[edit]

Stories from magazines[edit]

  • "Call Him "Charlie" ", (ss) The Popular Magazine Jun 7 1919
  • "A Change of Heart", (ss) The Cavalier Apr 1909
  • "The Double-Breasted Blues", (ss) The Popular Magazine Nov 7 1919
  • "Down the Stretch", (ss) Top-Notch Magazine Feb 15 1915
  • "The Dude Wrangler", (na) The Red Book Magazine Nov 1907; The Popular Magazine Feb 20, Mar 7 1921
  • "The Earmarks of Greatness", (ss) The Popular Magazine Jun 20 1919
  • "Eunice May and the New Thought", (ss) Pictorial Review Mar 1916
  • "The First Lord of the Laundry", (ss) The Popular Magazine Nov 1905
  • "Freight That Went South", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Apr 1909
  • "Girl in the Rockies", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Aug 1902
  • "Gustave Hinkle: Martyr", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Jun 1907
  • "Her Maiden Name", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Jun 1901
  • "His Own Medicine", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Oct 1905
  • "Hudsonpiller's Firebreak", (ss) The Popular Magazine Dec 7 1914
  • "In on the Ground-Floor", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Oct 1901
  • "Jim's Dude", (ss) McClure's Feb 1909
  • "Man Who Was Horse-Crazy", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Dec 1908
  • "The Man Who Knew Indians", (ss) Leslie's Monthly Magazine Jun 1905
  • "Marked Mit Cats", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine May 1906
  • "Miss Stonebreaker's Smile", (ss) Short Stories Sep 1913
  • "Mrs. Billy Weightman's Grouch", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Nov 1910
  • "Moonlight", (na) The Cavalier Oct 25 1913
  • "The "Movies" in Central America", (ar) Lippincott's Magazine Jul 1914
  • "Object, Matrimony", (ss) Tom Watson's Magazine Mar 1905
  • "On East", (ss) Smith's Magazine Feb 1918
  • "Pin-Head", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Oct 1908
  • "The Qualities of Leadership", (ss) Smith's Magazine Mar 1920
  • "Rosie, the Daisy", (ss) Smith's Magazine Mar 1910
  • ' "S.B. Bates': A Romance of Pearl River,' (ss) The American Magazine Jun 1906
  • "Second Star", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Jun 1905
  • "Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Sep 1904
  • "The Spirit That Talked from a Box", (ss) The Popular Magazine Jul 7 1922
  • "The Stall Walkers", (ss) The Popular Magazine Apr 20 1922
  • "Straight As a String", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Nov 1902; Live Stories Aug 1915
  • "The Tango Lizard", (ss) Smith's Magazine Nov 1917
  • "A Treasure of the Humble", (ss) Smith's Magazine Dec 1917
  • "When Clothes Unmade the Man", (ar) The Century Magazine Aug 1905
  • "The Wildest Boat Ride in America", (ar) The Outing Magazine Feb 1912
  • "The Wolf Pack", (sl) The Popular Magazine Feb 7, Feb 20, Mar 7, Mar 20 1919
  • "Woman Who Gave No Quarter", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Feb 1907
  • "Yankee Snob", (ss) Lippincott's Magazine Jul 1908

About[edit]

  • Caroline Lockhart: Her Life and Legacy (1997) by Necah Stewart Furman
  • The Cowboy Girl: The Life of Caroline Lockhart (2007) by John Clayton


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1962, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.