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Jack Schaefer

AKA Jack Warner Schaefer

Born: 19-Nov-1907
Birthplace: Cleveland, OH
Died: 24-Jan-1991
Location of death: Santa Fe, NM
Cause of death: Stroke

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Shane

Father: Carl Walter Schaefer (attorney)
Mother: Minnie Hively
Wife: Eugenia Hammond Ives (m. 1931, div. 1948)
Wife: Louise Wilhide Deans (m. 1949)

    University: BA English, Oberlin College (1929)
    University: Columbia University (graduate study, 1929-30)

    The Norfolk Virginian-Pilot Associate Editor (1944-48)
    The Baltimore Sun Editorial Writer (1942-44)
    Journal Courier Associate Editor, Editor (1939-42)
    Theatre News Editor/Publisher (1935-40)

Author of books:
Shane (1949, novel)
First Blood (1953, novel)
The Big Range (1953, short stories)
The Canyon (1953, novel)
The Pioneers (1954, short stories)
Company of Cowards (1957, novel)
The Kean Land and Other Stories (1959, short stories)
Old Ramon (1960, novel)
Tales from the West (1961)
Incident on the Trail (1962, novel)
The Plainsmen (1963, juvenile)
Monte Walsh (1963, novel)
The Great Endurance Horse Race (1963)
Stubby Pringle's Christmas (1964, juvenile)
Heroes without Glory: Some Goodmen of the Old West (1965)
Collected Stories (1966, short stories)
Adolphe Francis Alphonse Bandelier (1966)
New Mexico (1967, juvenile)
The Short Novels of Jack Schaefer (1967, novellas)
Mavericks (1967, juvenile)
Hal West: Western Gallery (1971)
An American Bestiary (1973)
Conversations with a Pocket Gopher and Other Outspoken Neighbors (1978)
Jack Schaefer and the American West: Eight Stories (1978, short stories)
The Collected Stories of Jack Schaefer (1985, short stories)

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