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Louis Pendleton (1861–1939)

Pendleton, Louis [Beauregard]. An American novelist and writer of juvenile literature; born at Tebeauville, GA, April 21, 1861; died in 1939. His works deal principally with Southern scenes and characters, the most popular being: ‘In the Wire Grass’ (1889); ‘King Tom and the Runaways’ (1890), a juvenile tale; ‘The Sons of Ham’ (1895); ‘In the Okefenokee’; ‘A Forest Drama’; ‘In Assyrian Tents’ (1904).