Bart of the Badlands
This story is meant to be a sequel to “Six Wagons to Laramie” although it may be read as a stand alone. It does loosely follow the prior story. In the Six Wagons story the Hansom family... More > leaves their New York home to follow a wagon train on the Oregon Trail. Due to unforeseen circumstances they settled on a ranch owned by Gus and Sally Landers, called The Lazy-L, near Laramie. In this story, the sequel, Charlie Burton, a neighbor of the Hansoms, travels first to The Dakota Territory where he gets into trouble then moves on to join the Hansom family at Laramie, Wyoming Territory.< Less
Book One Six Wagons to Laramie is a western novel about a family from New York joining a wagon train traveling the Oregon Trail and settling in Laramie where they collide with an outlaw marshal.
Book... More > Two Bart of the Badlands is a sequel where Charlie Burton, a New York neighbor of the Hansoms, travels
first to The Dakota Territory where he gets into trouble then moves on to join the Hansom family at Laramie, Wyoming Territory.< Less
Burr's Greatest Hits - A Book of Short Stories
This book contains four short novels. 1. 'Donahogawa", A story of pilgrims crossing the Atlantic in 1626. 2. "If You Meet the Buddha I Don't Know What to Tell You", A slapstick comedy... More > about a mental patient who is mistaken for a Buddhist Monk. 3. "Six Wagons to Laramie", A short western novel about a wagon train on the Oregon Trail. 4. "The Quest", An Ice Age Fantasy.< Less
A short novel about a small group of men and boys who sail from Plymouth England and land near Cape Cod. They are all fleeing from perceived danger and have no plan to return. They meet with... More > adventure among the Pilgrims and the Native Americans of New England.< Less