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Other Works

  • (1838) Book: "The American Democrat"
  • Novel: "A Mohawk's Way". NOTE: Filmed as A Mohawk's Way (1910).
  • Novel: "A Tale of the Wilderness". NOTE: Filmed as A Tale of the Wilderness (1912).
  • (1821) Novel: "The Spy". NOTE: Filmed as The Spy (1914).
  • (1823) Novel: "The Pioneers". NOTE: Filmed as The Pioneers (1941).
  • (1825) Story: "The Prairie". NOTE: Filmed as The Prairie (1947).
  • (1840) Novel: "The Pathfinder". NOTE: Filmed as The Pathfinder (1952), The Pathfinder (1996), Hawkeye, the Pathfinder (1973).
  • (1841) Novel: "The Deerslayer". NOTE: Filmed as Der Wildtöter (1969), The Deerslayer (1957), The Deerslayer (1943), The Deerslayer (1913), The Deerslayer (1978).
  • (1841) Novel: "The Leatherstocking Tales". NOTE: Filmed as Sledopyt (1987), The Iroquois Trail (1950), Leatherstocking (1924), Lederstrumpf (1923), Lederstrumpf, 1. Teil: Der Wildtöter und Chingachgook (1920), Leather Stocking (1909), The Leatherstocking Tales (1984), Die Lederstrumpferzählungen (1969).
  • (1826) Novel: "The Last of the Mohicans". NOTE: Filmed as The Last of the Mohicans (1992), Der letzte Mohikaner (1969), Chingachgook, die grosse Schlange (1967), Uncas, el fin de una raza (1965), Der letzte Mohikaner (1965), Last of the Redmen (1947), The Last of the Mohicans (1936), The Last of the Mohicans (1932), The Last of the Mohicans (1920), The Last of the Mohicans (1920), The Last of the Mohicans (1911), The Last of the Mohicans (1911), Hawkeye (1994), The Last of the Mohicans (1987), Last of the Mohicans (1977), The Last of the Mohicans (1975), The Last of the Mohicans (1971), Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans (1957).
  • (1850) Novel: "The Ways of the Hour".
  • (2/26/87-3/28/87) Stage: Wrote source material (novel "The Leatherstocking Tales") for Jonathan Bolt's play, "Glimmerglass," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY, with Robert Salas ("Young Chingachgook" in Act I); Ben Siegler ("Young Hurry Harry" in Act I); Jordan Roberts ("Young Natty Bumppo" in Act I): Anne Wessels ("Judith" in Act I and Act III; "Mable" in Act II); Frederic Major ("Floating Tom Hutter" in Act I); Lanny Flaherty ("Rivenoak" in Act I; "Butler" in Act II); Steve Rankin ("Catamount" in Act I; "Pvt. Cobb" in Act II; "Kirby" in Act III); Adale O'Brien ("Shebear" in Act I; "Molly Campbell" in Act II; "Mrs. Hollister" in Act III); David Garcia ("Mingo" in Act I); "Iroquois" / "Soldier of the Continental Army" in Act II; "Townsperson" in Act III); Phillip Hinch ("Mingo" in Act I; "Iroquois" / "Soldier of Continental Army" in Act II; "Townsperson" in Act III); Christine Iaderosa ("Mingo" in Act I; "Settler" in Act II; "Townsperson" in Act III); Ross Martineau ("Mingo" in Act I; "Townsperson" in Act III); Patrick Husted ("Hurry Harry" in Act II and Act III); William McNulty ("Natty Bumppo" in Act II and Act III); Bob Burrus ("Chingachgook" in Act II and Act III); Vaughn McBride ("Gen. Clinton" in Act II; "Squire Doolittle" in Act III); Ray Fry ("Sgt. Dunham" in Act II; "Judge" in Act III) and Mark Sawyer-Dailey ("Capt. Muir" in Act II; "Pastor" in Act III) in the cast. Jonathan Bolt was also director.
  • (1824) Novel: "The Pilot: A Tale of the Sea".
  • (1828) Novel: "The Red Rover: A Tale".
  • (1833) Novel: "The Headsman: The Abbaye des Vignerons".
  • (1832) Novel: "The Heidenmauer: or, The Benedictines, A Legend of the Rhine".
  • (1825) Novel: "Lionel Lincoln: or The Leaguer of Boston.
  • (1832) Short story: "No Steamboats".
  • (1835) Novel: "The Monikins".
  • (1823) Short stories: "Tales for Fifteen: or Imagination and Heart".
  • (1834) Essay: "A Letter to His Countrymen".
  • (1836) Short story: "An Execution at Sea".
  • (1829) Novel: "The Wept of Wish-ton-Wish: A Tale".
  • (1830) Essay: "Letter to General Lafayette".
  • (1826) Novel: "Precaution".
  • (1831) Novel: "The Bravo: A Tale".
  • (1836) Travel book: "Gleanings in Europe: Switzerland".
  • (1839) Book: "Old Ironsides".
  • (1838) Travel book: "Gleanings in Europe: Italy".
  • (1837) Travel book: "Gleanings in Europe: England".
  • (1836) Travel book: "Gleanings in Europe: France".
  • (1836) Travel book: "Gleanings in Europe: The Rhine".
  • (1839) Book: "The History of the Navy of the United States of America".
  • (1843) Novelette: "Autobiography of a Pocket-Handkerchief" (aka "Le Mouchoir: An Autobiographical Romance"; "The French Governess: or The Embroidered Handkerchief"; "Die franzosischer Erzieheren: oder das gestickte Taschentuch").
  • (1838) Book: "The Chronicles of Cooperstown".
  • (1838) Novel: "Home as Found". NOTE: Sequel to "Homeward Bound".
  • (1842) Novel: "The Wing-and-Wing: le Le Feu-Follet" (aka "Jack o Lantern").
  • (1836) Travel book: "A Residence in France: With an Excursion Up the Rhine, and a Second Visit to Switzerland".
  • (1830) Novel: "Mercedes of Castile: or, The Voyage to Cathay".
  • (1842) Novel: "The Two Admirals".
  • (1838) Book: "The American Democrat: or Hints on the Social and Civic Relations of the United States of America".
  • (1838) Novel: "Homeward Bound: or The Chase: A Tale of the Sea".
  • (1845) Book: "Satanstoe: or The Littlepage Manuscripts, a Tale of the Colony".
  • (1846) Book: "Lives of Distinguished American Naval Officers".
  • (1848) Novel: "The Oak Openings: or the Bee-Hunter".
  • (1849) Novel: "The Sea Lions: The Lost Sealers".
  • (1846) Novel: "The Redskins; or, Indian and Injin: Being the Conclusion of the Littlepage Manuscripts".
  • (1844) Book: "Proceedings of the Naval Court-Martial in the Case of Alexander Slidell Mackenzie, &c.".
  • (1844) Novel: "Ned Myers: or Life before the Mast".
  • (1848) Novel: "Jack Tier: or the Florida Reefs" (aka "Captain Spike: or The Islets of the Gulf").
  • (1844) Novel: "Afloat and Ashore: or The Adventures of Miles Wallingford. A Sea Tale".
  • (1845) Novel: "The Chainbearer; or, The Littlepage Manuscripts".
  • (1847) Novel: "The Crater; or, Vulcan's Peak: A Tale of the Pacific" (aka "Mark's Reef").
  • (1850) Playwright: "Upside Down: or Philosophy in Petticoats".
  • (1844) Novel: "Miles Wallingford" (aka "Lucy Hardinge"). NOTE: Sequel to "Afloat and Ashore".
  • (1843) Novel: "Wyandotte: or The Hutted Knoll. A Tale".
  • (1851) Book: "New York: or The Towns of Manhattan".
  • (1851) Short story: "The Lake Gun".

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