Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon
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Publisher: Dodo Press
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.24" tall
George Fort Gibbs was born March 8, 1870 in New Orleans, Louisiana and died October 10, 1942. He was a successful artist, illustrator, screenwriter, and novelist. After leaving Louisiana, he lived, at one point, in Washington, D.C. but eventually settled in Philadelphia around 1892. As an illustrator, he produced images for a wide variety of leading magazines as well as 35 novels, including some for other authors. Pike and Cutlass was his first book published in 1900 and his last book The Sleeper Wakes was published in 1941. His introduction to Hollywood came about when several of his books were turned into films.