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Ned Buntline *

a.k.a. Edward Zane Carroll Judson Sr.

Author Code: ANBU

Born: Mar. 20, 1821 - Harpersfield, New York, USA

Died: Jul. 18, 1886 - Stamford, New York, USA

Buntline ran away to sea when he was 13. Later he would save a crew that had been capsized. For his efforts, President Van Buren awarded him a commission as midshipman in the Navy in 1835. Following four years at sea, he resigned. His first publication was a story for The Knickerbocker in 1838. He spent several years in newspapers and, in 1844, adopted the pseudonym of Buntline. He published Ned Buntline's Magazine in Pittsburgh in 1844, but it failed after only two issues. Buntline went through a series of publishing failures in Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee over the next few years. After a seies of misadventures which saw him almost hanged, Buntline turned to writing. He toured the country and wrote sensational stories, at which time he met William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). During the Civil War, he enlisted in the 1st New York Mounted Rifles and rose to the rank of sergeant, before being dishonorably discharged because of drunkedness. In 1869, he travelled with Cody and later claimed he had invented the name Buffalo Bill. At the end of 1869, he published Buffalo Bill, the King of the Border Men, which was extremely popular.He continued to write dime novels, but never again achieved the heights of the Cody novel. It was later claimed that he had ordered some colt pistols with 12 inch barrels and removable stocks as presents for Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and others, but this has largely been discounted. He dies of heart failure at his home in Stamford in 1886. His other works include The Black Avenger of the Spanish Main (1847), The Red Avenger (1847), Love At First Site (1847), Scouts of the Prairie (1872) and Wild Bill's Last Trail (1896 Posthumous).

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