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McNeil, Everett

(1862-1929) US scenario creator for silents (mostly Westerns) and author of adventure tales for boys, including two Lost Race adventures, The Lost Treasure Cave; Or, Adventures with the Cowboys of Colorado (1905), in which the Indians the cowboys must deal with are in fact Aztecs; and the more fully developed The Lost Nation (1918), set in Underground venues haunted by apemen (see Apes as Human) and other Monsters. [JC]

Henry Everett McNeil

born Stoughton, Wisconsin: 25 September 1862

died Tacoma, Washington: 14 December 1929



Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
Accessed 19:31 pm on 27 January 2022.