Florance Walton Taylor
Born: July 19, 1889 in Danville, Illinois
Died: August 7, 1984 Connection to Illinois: Taylor was born in Danville and in the 1916 graduating class of Danville High School. Biography: Florance Walton Taylor was an author who began her career writing short stories for children which she sold to newspapers. Her first book, With Fife and Drums, was published in 1936. She also published two additional children's books: Vermilion Clay was the story of the old salt works in Vermilion County. Towpath Andy was a story about the Wabash and Erie Canals. After several years of research and work, she learned that her first adult book, SaltStreak, would be published by Fleming Revell Company of New York.
|Ball two! (A Felipe adventure story)
ISBN: 0822501430 OCLC: 258141 Lerner Publications Co Minneapolis : 1971 The boys from a migrant labor camp run into trouble when they play baseball on a vacant lot out of bounds to them.
ISBN: B0006AUP7W OCLC: Abelard-Schumann 1956
|Corn Festival (Felipe Adventure Story)
ISBN: 0822501465 OCLC: 1422146 Lerner Pub Group Minneapolis : 1971 The son of a Mexican migrant worker saves a girl from being trampled by a horse during a harvest parade.
|Gold Dust and Bullets
ISBN: B000HEE4EW OCLC: Albert Whitman 1962 An adventure story based in the ghost towns of Colorado. The Background for the action is based on fact, and many of the characters are real people from pioneering days in the West. The story is about Danny Davidson who travels west with a stage troupe playing before miners in the Colorado gold fields.
ISBN: B0007EIDRQ OCLC: A. Whitman Minneapolis : 1959 Jim Hudson, named Jim Long-Knife by Chief Minnemung is a pioneer boy living in Kentucky. How he is separated from his parents, how he lives with the Indians and how he fights alongside George Rogers Clark is a story filled with suspense and courage. The best adventure experience book for child to get the inspiration, imagination and peaceful. Easy and funny reading.
|Navy Wings of Gold
ISBN: B0007EB31Y OCLC: Albert Whitman & Company 1944
|Owen of the Bluebird
ISBN: B001LYCNSQ OCLC: Albert Whitman Minneapolis : 1942
|Salt Streak: A Story of Oregon and the Old Northwest
ISBN: B000BWYJTA OCLC: Fleming H. Revell Co. Minneapolis : 1939
|The school picnic (A Felipe adventure story)
ISBN: B0006C0S0E OCLC: Lerner Publications Co Minneapolis : 1971
ISBN: B0029P0TSM OCLC: Albert Whitman & Co. 1938
ISBN: B09K4PXRKB OCLC: 1937
|What is a migrant? (A Felipe adventure story)
ISBN: 0822501422 OCLC: 1422127 Lerner Publications Co Minneapolis : 1971 Felipe helps a classmate understand what migrant workers do.
|With Fife and Drum
ISBN: B000Q9P2I0 OCLC: ALBERT WHITMAN &+COMPANY 1936