Author:Frederick Russell Burnham
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- How Wilson And His Men Perished - Stefanns Jacobus Du Toit interviews Burnham on the Shangani Patrol incident (Zimbabwe, October 2, 1894)
- Shangani Patrol - An eye-witness account of the tragic events of December 3-4, 1893 (1895)
- The Story of the Wilson Patrol - Westminster Gazette interviews Burnham about the 'Shangani Patrol' incident. Tuapeka Times (Newspaper, New Zealand), Volume XXVII, Issue 4186, page 6, 13 March 1895.
- Northern Rhodesia - An article describing that part of Northern Rhodesia directly north of the Victoria Falls, now known as Zambia. From the book: Bulawayo Up-to-date; Being a General Sketch of Rhodesia. by Walter H. Wills, junr J Hall, Joyce Garraway. Published by Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., pp. 177-180(1899)
- Burnham interview about Baden-Powell. Manchester Guardian, (May 19, 1900).
- Modern Warfare. Detroit Free Press, (January 6, 1901).
- Transplanting African Animals. The Independent, (February 10, 1910).
- Statement of Major Frederick Russell Burnham. Given before the United States Congress, House Committee on Agriculture, on the Importation of Wild and Domestic Animals to solve the perceived upcoming meat shortages in the United States (1910).
- Boyish Laughter Echoes Zulus' Fatal War Cry: F.R. Burnham, Famous Chief of Scouts in Boer War, Recounts Thrilling Bravery of "Little Dillon," the Irish Youth Who Cheered His Doomed Comrades by Reading Fairy Tales and Singing Familiar Airs While All Awaited the Hail of Deadly Assegais. The Washington Post, p. 39 (November 5, 1911).
- Half Jack-Rabbit, Half Wolf, Boys Life, p. 9 (March 1928)
- Conservation. Natural History, 31, no. 6, p.672 (November-December 1931)
- Dedication of Mount Baden-Powell (1931)
- Hearings Before the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, House of Representatives, Seventy-Third Congress, Second Session, United States Congress. House. Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, Published by United States Govt. Prtg. Off., Item notes: v. 1-19 (1934)
- Hearings before the United States Congress. House. Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, pp.20 (1935)
- Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the United States Congress, Published by Govt. Print. Off., pp. 9470 (1936)
- The first that shall never die, Boys Life, p. 7 (November 1945)
Works about Burnham
- A Ride for Life. A eyewitness account of the Shangani Patrol, written by Trooper W. L. Gooding to his mother. Published: 10 July 1894.
- Death of a Rhodesian Pioneer. The obituary of Trooper Will Gooding and the account of the Shangani Patrol. Published: 1 October 1 1899.
- F.R. Burnham to the rescue -A biographical sketch, Star (Christchurch, New Zealand), Issue 6743, Page 2, 14 March 1900.
- Anglo African writers - Speech and letter from Lord Roberts to Major Burnham (1900)
- With "Bobs" and Krüger (CHAPTER XXV. Two other Americans -- Captain Slocum, United States Attache, and Burnham, the Scout), by Frederic William Unger (1901)
- Burnham, the Scout, by Curtis Brown, illus. Warwick Goble. Pearson’s Magazine (US) v 6 #5, pp. 506-513, November 1901; Front cover claims Vol. XII, No. 71. (1901)
- Major Burnham, Chief of Scouts, by Richard Harding Davis, from his book, Real Soldiers of Fortune (1906)
- The Lure of Peril. Major Burnham, American, Fights for British in South-Africa, by Capt. Fritz Duquesne. The Evening Standard, Ogen City, Utah. Page 9. (December 24, 1910).
- Press Reference Library: Notables of the West, Major Frederick Russell Burnham, International News Service (1915)
- "Burnham, Frederick Russell," in The Cyclopædia of American Biography, New York: (1918)
- Sniping in France; The Modern Scout (Chapter 11), by Major H. Hesketh-Prichard, D.S.O., M.C. (1920)
- He-who-sees-in-the-dark: Frederick R. Burnham -- A Great American Scout, by James E. West with sketches by Robert Baden-Powell, Boys Life, p. 18, (August 1927)
- The Adventure of the Blue Gum, by James E. West with sketches by A.D. Rahn, Boys Life, p. 19, (September 1932)
- An Old California Ruse, by James E. West with sketches by A.D. Rahn, Boys Life, p. 17, (October 1932)
- Veteran Scout, by E.B. DeGroot, Boys Life, p.6 , (July 1944)
- American Links With Early Days of Rhodesia, remarks of R.W.S. Turner appearing in the U.S. Congressional Record, 33961 (November 12, 1969).
Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.
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