Author:Harold Edward Bindloss

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Harold Edward Bindloss
(1866–1945)
English novelist who wrote many adventure novels set in western Canada. Best remembered for the novels Ranching for Sylvia (1912), The Gold Trail (1910) and Vane of the Timberlands (1911).
Harold Edward Bindloss


Works[edit]


Novels[edit]

  • A Wide Dominion (1899)
  • Alton of Somasco (1905)
  • The Mistress of Bonaventure (1905)
  • The Cattle-Baron's Daughter (1906)
  • Delilah of the Snows (1907)
  • Winston of the Prairie (1907)
  • A Damaged Reputation (1908)
  • The Greater Power (1909)
  • For Jacinta (1908)
  • Liberationist (1908)
  • Long Odds (1908)
  • Beneath Her Station (1909)
  • Lorimer of the Northwest (1909)
  • Allinson's Adventure (1910)
  • The Gold Trail (1910)
  • Masters of the Wheat-Lands (1910)
  • Thurston of Orchard Valley (1910)
  • Vane of the Timberlands (1911)
  • The Long Portage (1912) aka The Pioneer
  • Ranching for Sylvia (1912)
  • For the Allinson Honor (1913)
  • Prescott of Saskatchewan (1913) aka The Wastrel
  • The Buccaneer Farmer (1914)
  • The Intriguers (1914)
  • The League of the Leopard (1914)
  • Harding of Allenwood (1915)
  • His One Talent (1916) aka Brandon of the Engineers
  • Johnstone of the Border (1916)
  • Carmen's Messenger (1917)
  • The Dust of Conflict (1917)
  • The Girl from Keller's (1917)
  • A Risky Game (1917)
  • The Lure of the North (1918)
  • Sadie's Conquest (1918)
  • Partners of the Out-Trail (1919)
  • Wyndham's Pal (1919)
  • The Wilderness Mine (1920)
  • Kit Musgrave's Luck (1921) aka Musgrave's Luck
  • Lister's Great Adventure (1921)
  • The Man from the Wilds (1922)
  • Northwest! (1922) aka The Mountaineers / Pine Creek Ranch

Non fiction[edit]

  • In the Niger Country (1897)


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1945, 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 70 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.