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  1. The Scarecrow Of Oz by L. Frank Baum, 2010-09-10
  2. The Magic of Oz by L. Frank (Lyman Frank) Baum, 2009-10-04
  3. Finding Oz: How L. Frank Baum Discovered the Great American Story by Evan I. Schwartz, 2009-04-23
  4. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank (Lyman Frank) Baum, 2009-10-04
  5. Aunt Jane's Nieces in Society by L. Frank (Lyman Frank) Baum, 2009-10-04
  6. The Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum by Rebecca Loncraine, 2009-08-20
  7. The Complete Oz, Vol. 2 (Volume 2) by L. Frank Baum, 2008-12-02
  8. The Marvelous Land of Oz by L. Frank Baum, 1985-08-15
  9. The Complete Wizard of Oz Collection (With Active Table of Contents) by L. Frank Baum, 2010-06-21
  10. The Historian's Wizard of Oz: Reading L. Frank Baum's Classic as a Political and Monetary Allegory by Ranjit S. Dighe, 2002-06-21
  11. The Road to Oz: Twists, Turns, Bumps, and Triumphs in the Life of L. Frank Baum by Kathleen Krull, 2008-09-23
  12. The Complete Wizard of Oz Collection, All 15 Books, including The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Ozma of Oz, The Emerald City of Oz, and MORE (mobi) by L. Frank Baum, 2008-08-26
  13. The Complete Wizard of Oz Series by L. Frank Baum, 2006-04-05
  14. Mother Goose in prose by L Frank 1856-1919 Baum, Maxfield Parrish, 2010-08-04

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grain of wisdom in its wit, says that `when the whites win a fight, it is a victory, and when the Indians win it, it is a massacre. L. frank baum.
On January 3, 1891 (after the Wounded Knee massacre) The Aberdeen Saturday Pioneer published this editorial (verbatim): "The peculiar policy of the government in employing so weak and vacillating a person as General Miles to look after the uneasy Indians, has resulted in a terrible loss of blood to our soldiers, and a battle which, at best, is a disgrace to the war department. There has been plenty of time for prompt and decisive measures, the employment of which would have prevented this disaster. "The PIONEER has before declared that our only safety depends upon the total extirmination of the Indians. Having wronged them for centuries we had better, in order to protect our civilization, follow it up by one more wrong and wipe these untamed and untamable creatures from the face of the earth. In this lies safety for our settlers and the soldiers who are under incompetent commands. Otherwise, we may expect future years to be as full of trouble with the redskins as those have been in the past. "An eastern contemporary, with a grain of wisdom in its wit, says that `when the whites win a fight, it is a victory, and when the Indians win it, it is a massacre."

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44. L. Frank Baum - A Notable Theosophist
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Lyman Frank Baum (1851-1919) is best known as the author of the popular children’s book The Wizard of Oz , on which the 1939 movie starring Judy Garland was based. Mainly through that movie, Baum’s story has become one of the most widely known and best loved of all modern fairy tales. Although Frank Baum is famous primarily for that one book, he wrote a good many other children’s stories, including 13 additional Oz books; a variety of other fairy tales, short stories, and verses; and several series of girls’ and boys’ books (published under various pseudonyms). Also, because of the popularity of The Wizard upon its publication in 1900, Baum converted it to the stage, and it became a highly successful musical play on Broadway, inspiring a number of similar works (such as Victor Herbert’s Babes in Toyland As a young man living in New York State, Baum authored, produced, and acted in a play, The Maid of Arran , with which he toured from Canada to Kansas. He gave up that theatrical career, however, when he married Maud Gage, because her mother took a dim view of acting as a livelihood for a son-in-law. Thereafter, for brief intervals, he ran his family’s axle-grease company; moved to Aberdeen, South Dakota, where he operated a store called Baum’s Bazaar; edited a weekly newspaper, the

45. Wizard Of Oz History @ Oz Central
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History of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and L. Frank Baum Lyman Frank Baum was born in Chittenango, New York, on May 15, 1856 to Benjamin Ward and Cynthia Ann (Stanton) Baum. The seventh of nine children, he was named after his uncle, Lyman Spaulding. When he was four years old his father closed the Baum Brothers Barrel Factory and moved the family to Syracuse, New York, to pursue a career in the oil business. Benjamin Baum developed a number of profitable wells in the oil rich fields of Pennsylvania which made the family quite wealthy. They lived in considerable luxury on a country estate which Mrs. Baum christened "Rose Lawn". Baum spent most of his childhood there indulged by his family, partially because he had a weak heart and also because his parents wanted to spare their children the rigors of their own childhood's. In 1868 L. Frank Baum was sent to the Peekskill Military Academy where, after the comfort and indulgences of Rose Lawn, he spent two miserable years and suffered a heart seizure brought on by the rigors of army life. At home once more he was given free reign to his interests, taking his hobbies to far greater lengths than other children due to his father's ability to cater to his wishes. When he was 15 his father bought him a printing press, and for three years he and a younger brother issued a newspaper called The Rose Lawn Home Journal . It included short stories, poems, riddles, scientific, and nonfiction articles. When he was 17, Baum and his older brother Harry began a paper titled

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Get the alphabetical list of authors.See the Biography picture and read Literary work of the eminent authors by clicking on their name. YOU ARE HERE : HOME BROWSE AUTHOR LIST by ALPHABET Abbott, Edwin Adams, John Quincy Bacon, Sir Francis Barrie, James Matthew ... Jay, John ALL AUTHORS NAMES STARTING WITH B Bacon, Sir Francis Barrie, James Matthew Baum, L. Frank Bierce, Ambrose ... SEE THE LITERARY WORK BY BAUM, L. FRANK Baum, L. Frank (1856 - 1919) Lyman Frank Baum was born in Chittenango, New York. His father was the oil magnate Benjamin Ward Baum and his mother, Cynthia (Stanton) Baum, was a women's rights activist. Baum grew up with his seven brothers and sisters on a large estate just north of Syracuse. “The cool but sun-kissed mansion... was built in a quaint yet pretty fashion, with many wings and gables and broad verandas on every side," Baum later wrote in Dot and Tot in Fairyland Until the age of twelve, Baum was privately tutored at home. In the late 1860’s he spent two years at Peekskill Military Academy, where he learned to loathe rigid discipline. In 1873 Baum became a reporter on the

48. Lyman Frank Baum (1856-1919) American Writer.
L. frank baum created a wonderful American fairy tale with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900). Dorthy is swept up in a tornado, and transported to the land
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    (1856-1919) American writer. Lyman Frank Baum's best-known work was "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" (1900). Books About "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" L. Frank Baum created a wonderful American fairy tale with "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" (1900). Dorthy is swept up in a tornado, and transported to the land of Oz, where she meets witches, munchkins, flying monkeys, and more. Read more about "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." L. Frank Baum and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" is a cultural icon in the United States. Dorothy and Toto, the Cowardly Lion, the Tin Man, the Wicked Witch of the West, and the Wizard of Oz have all become part of the American lexicon. Dorothy's heartfelt statement, "There is no place like home," still reverberates today. Editorial Read a rather bloody-minded editorial by Baum discussing what he felt would be the best approach to controlling Native Americans.

    49. Holding The Wizard Accountable...
    He was L. frank baum, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The newspaper editorials written by L. frank baum and other editors in the area contributed
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    (updated 3.11.98) NOTE: The Baum Festival went on as planned in the summer of 1997. Because of conflicting opinions, the Apology and Pledge, were, in the end, not part of the program that took place in the town of Aberdeen JS Dill, March 11, 1998 See The Road to Oz He was a devoted family man, apparently a sensitive and kind individual, and he wrote books that were forerunners of today's concerns with diversity. But in his newspaper he twice advocated genocide of Native Americans. He was L. Frank Baum, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, acclaimed world-wide as the Great American Fairy Tale. From 1888 to 1891, nine years before he published the first of his fourteen Oz books, Baum lived in Aberdeen, South Dakota. He edited a newspaper during the terrible time of anti-Indian feeling leading up to the killing of Sitting Bull and the massacre at Wounded Knee. He twice wrote editorials calling for the extermination of the entire Sioux Nation. Baum was not alone in his horrifying calls for genocide. Many historians believe that it was newspaper-induced hysteria that led to the massacre. Baum's books are a sharp contrast to this call of genocide. Difference is valued in his stories; he describes groups of creatures with different characteristics and beliefs who work out the logistics of living together in respect and harmony. Oz is a multicultural kingdom. How could someone with such a vision have called for the mass murder of an entire group of people?

    50. Native American Genocide
    About a week prior to the slaughter at Wounded Knee, L.frank baum, editor of South Dakota s Aberdeen Saturday Pioneer newspaper advocated the extermination
    TRAIL OF DEATH: after years of researching the Wicocomico Nation, it has led me to various other sources of study concerning the brutality that Native Americans suffered at the hands of the English and later the United States.These stories will not be found in our history books and if by some chance one is found in the history books, it will be written so that it would be difficult to realize it was the same story. Our children were brought up on the story of Pocohantas and how understanding the English were. When stories of this nature are read, many people try to make excuses for the brutality that was imposed on the Native Americans. Many readers will mention the atrocities the Native Americans imposed on the English and citizens of the United States.KEEP IN MIND THIS LAND BELONGED TO THE NATIVE AMERICANS; they reacted just as any citizen would in defense of their land and family. When Indians came in contact with the Europeans ( Spanish,French,English) it was a disaster for the Indians in the form of out right slaughter, or through diseases which the Indians were not immune to. I believe that is sufficient enough to make the Indians wary of the Europeans. When the English arrived to settle Jamestown, Chief Powhatan fed and kept the English alive, however after a short time it was evident the intent of the English was to steal the land in any manner possible.

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    56. Oz And Ends: L. Frank Baum Writes His Own Contract
    Yesterday I discussed L. frank baum s many pseudonymous books published with Reilly Britton in 1906. Those all came under one contract,
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    L. Frank Baum Writes His Own Contract
    Yesterday I discussed L. Frank Baum 's many pseudonymous books
    The contract itself, published in The Baum Bugle in 1969, reflects Baum's sense of humor. It certainly wasn't written by a lawyer! To show what I mean, we pick up that document already in progress:
    In witness whereof the undersigned parties to this agreement, being sane in their own estimation, well fed and not under the influence of any intoxicating beverages, do subscribe their names in the presence of witnesses. I've seen hundreds of publishing contracts, and none is as readable as this one. However, a prohibition on signing agreements "under the influence of any intoxicating beverages" would have brought the mid-20th-century publishing industry to a standstill. PERMANENT LINK: 7:59 AM
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    57. GLINDA OF OZ. , L. Frank Baum, Illustrated By John R. Neill - James & Mary Lauri
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    58. The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz: Frank Baum, L. Frank Baum: Books
    First published in 1900, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is one of the most popular stories in America. Follow Dorothy and her beloved dog Toto on their journey
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    59. » The Spartan Podcast - Ray Walsh On L. Frank Baum
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    60. L. Frank Baum - Wikiquote
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      • I have learned to regard fame as a will-o-the-wisp which, when caught, is not worth the possession; but to please a child is a sweet and lovely thing that warms one's heart and brings its own reward.
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          • letter to "Music and the Drama", The Chicago Record-Herald , 3 February 1903. It is a callous age; we have seen so many marvels that we are ashamed to marvel more; the seven wonders of the world have become seven thousand wonders.
            • Julius Caesar : An Appreciation of the Hollywood Production," The Mercury , June 15, 1916 Some of my youthful readers are developing wonderful imaginations. This pleases me. Imagination has brought mankind through the Dark Ages to its present state of civilization. Imagination led Columbus to discover America. Imagination led Franklin to discover electricity. Imagination has given us the steam engine, the telephone, the talking-machine, and the automobile, for these things had to be dreamed of before they became realities. So I believe that dreams — day dreams, you know, with your eyes wide open and your brain machinery whizzing — are likely to lead to the betterment of the world. The imaginative child will become the imaginative man or woman most apt to create, to invent, and therefore to foster civilization. A prominent educator tells me that fairy tales are of untold value in developing imagination in the young. I believe it.

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