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Hough, Emerson

Entry updated 19 June 2023. Tagged: Author.

(1857-1923) US author whose first book, The Singing Mouse Stories (coll 1895), is fantasy, though most of his subsequent works were Westerns of a literary bent, like The Covered Wagon (1922), and including Mother of Gold (1924), in which Psi Powers (in this case scrying) guide the protagonists to an Aztec Lost World, though they find nothing but gold. [JC]

Emerson Hough

born Newton, Iowa: 28 June 1857

died Evanston, Illinois: 30 April 1923



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