Author:Edgar Wilson Nye

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Edgar Wilson Nye
(1850–1896)
American journalist and humorist, pen name Bill Nye
Edgar Wilson Nye

Works[edit]

  • Bill Nye's History of the United States of America (1894)
  • Bill Nye's Comic History of England, (1906)
  • Bill Nye's Western Humor by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Bill Nye and Boomerang; or, The tale of a meek-eyed mule: and some other literary gems. (Book: Chicago, 1881))
  • The best of Bill Nye's humor; selections from the nineteenth-century American humorist by Bill Nye (Book)
  • A guest at the Ludlow and other stories by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Remarks by Bill Nye (Book 1886)
  • Baled Hay: a drier book than Walt Whitman's "Leaves o' Grass". (Book 1884)
  • Nye and Riley's wit and humor (poems and yarns) by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Forty liars, and other Lies by Bill Nye (Book 1883)
  • A guest at the Ludlow by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Nye and Riley's railway guide by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Bill Nye's chestnuts, old and new. Latest gathering. With new illustrations from original sketches, photographs, memoranda, and authentic sources by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Bill Nye's sparks by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Bill Nye's red book by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Bill Nye's remarks by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Remarks by Bill Nye by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Thinks by Bill Nye (Book)
  • Bill Nye's cordwood by Bill Nye (Book)
  • "Bill Nye's Blossom Rock" (1885)
  • "A Howl in Rome" in Pieces People Ask For (1909) edited by George Melville Baker

Works about Nye[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.