Individual Author Record
Name: Forrest CrisseyPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction Poetry Audience: Adult; Children; Born: 1864 in Stockton, New York
-- Forrest Crissey on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=forrest+crissey
Illinois ConnectionAt the time of his death, Forrest lived in Geneva, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationIn 1877 when Forrest was 13 his family moved to Marengo, Illinois. In the early 1880's he took a job at the Geneva weekly paper, The Patrol. He spent the rest of his life as a writer and a novelist.
- Alexander Legge 1866-1933, Privately Printed, 1936
- Moving Money, Brinks Express Company, 1929
- Tattlings of a Retired Politician , Clarkson, 1904
- The Country Boy, Fleming H. Revell Company, 1903
- Where Opportunity Knocks Twice, The Reilly & Britton, 1914
Titles At Your Library
Tattlings of a Retired Politician.
ISBN: B003EHTI4K Clarkson & Cooper,. 1904
Where Opportunity Knocks Twice
ISBN: B00085GAGK The Reilly & Britton co. 1914
Alexander Legge, 1866-1933
ISBN: B0011649O0 Lakeside Press. 1936 Please, see Amazon's Product Detail & Customer Review page.
The Country Boy
ISBN: B000J3WM7C Fleming H. Revell Company. 1903 The tale of a farm boy with big ambitions. A wonderful tale of a life on the farm.