Nolan, Jeannette Covert

Personal Information

Pseudonym/ Also Know As
Caroline Tucker
  • Gender: Female; Ethnicity: W.
  • Born in 1897.
  • Died in 1974.

Included Titles By Nolan, Jeannette Covert

Here are some other books by the author:
Biography & Memoir Non-Fiction
Prince Henry of Portugal, Row, Peterson & Co., 1950
Poet of the People, Indiana University Press, 1951, et al.
The Story of Joan of Arc, Grosset, 1954
Children’s Biography & Memoir Fiction
The Young Douglas, McBride, 1934
Red Hugh of Ireland, Harper, 1938
Children’s Biography & Memoir Non-Fiction
The Story of Clara Barton and the Red Cross, Messner, 1941
The Little Giant, Messner, 1942
Florence Nightingale, Messner, 1946
Andrew Jackson, Messner, 1949
Daniel Boone, Row, Peterson & Co., 1950
Queen Elizabeth, Row, Peterson & Co., 1952
James Watt, Row, Peterson & Co., 1953
Roald Amundsen, Row, Peterson & Co., 1953
Martha Washington, Grossett, 1954
Benedict Arnold, Messner, 1956
Yankee Spy, Messner, 1970
Soldier, Statesman, and Defendant, Messner, 1972
Children’s Fiction
This Same Flower, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1948
Children’s Historical Fiction
Hobnailed Boots, Winston, 1939
Treason at the Point, Messner, 1944
La Salle, Row, Peterson & Co., 1950
Dolly Madison, Messner, 1958
Spy for the Confederacy, Messner, 1959
John Hancock, Houghton, 1966
Belle Boyd, Simon & Schuster, 1967
Children’s Historical Non-Fiction
James Whitcomb Riley, Messner, 1941
The Story of Ulysses S. Grant, Grosset, 1952
The Shot Heard round the World, Messner, 1963
Indiana, Coward, 1969
Getting to Know the Ohio River, Coward, 1973
Fiction
Barry Barton's Mystery, McBride, 1932
Second Best, McBride, 1933
New Days, New Ways, John Long, 1936
Gather Ye Rosebuds, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1946
George Rogers Clark, Messner, 1954
The Lace White Mystery Series
Where Secrecy Begins, John Long, 1939
Profile in Gilt, Funk, 1941
Final Appearance, Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1943
I Can't Die Here, Messner, 1945
Sudden Squall, Washburn, Ives, 1955
A Fearful Way to Die, Washburn, Ives, 1956
Historical Fiction
The Gay Poet, Messner, 1940
La Salle and the Grand Enterprise, Messner, 1951
The Victory Drum, Messner, 1953
Historical Non-Fiction
Hoosier City, Messner, 1943
Non-Fiction
John Brown, Messner, 1950
Abraham Lincoln, Messner, 1953

Written as Caroline Tucker
Children’s Biography & Memoir Non-Fiction
John Marshall, the Chief Justice, Farrar, Straus, 1961

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