Burleigh, Clarence (1864 - 1910)

Genre: General Fiction, Non-Fiction, Young Adult

Clarence Blendon Burleigh was born in Linneus, ME in 1864. A graduate of Bowdoin College, he was State Printer and Editor of the Kennebec Journal and son to Governor Edwin Chick Burleigh.

Bibliography

  • The Smugglers of Chestnut (1891)
  • Bowdoin '87: A History of Undergraduate Days: Together with Brief Sketches of Members of the Class Since Graduation (1900)
  • The Camp On Letter K; Or, Two Live Boys In Northern Maine (1906)
  • The Kenton Pines, Or, Raymond Benson In College (1907)
  • Raymond Benson At Krampton, Or, Two Live Boys At Preparatory School (1907)
  • All Among The Loggers ; Or, Norman Carver's Winter In A Lumber Camp (1908)
  • With Pickpole And Peavey, Or, Two Live Boys On The East Branch Drive (1909)
  • The Young Guide, Or, Two Live Boys In The Maine Woods (1910)