Books & Articles About James Oliver Curwood
*Shiawassee District Library—Owosso owns copies of these articles or books.
- *Curwood, James Oliver. God's Country: the Trail to Happiness. New York: Cosmospolitan Books, 1921.
- *Curwood, James Oliver. The Glory of Living: the Autobiography of an Adventurous Boy WhoGrew into a Writer and a Lover of Life. Mattituck, N.Y.: Aeonian, 1983.
- "Curwood Funeral Set for Tuesday." Argus Press: August 14, 1927, p. 1.
- Eastman, John. "James Oliver Curwood: Conservation's Holy Terror." Michigan Out-of-Doors: July 1973, p. 10.
- *"Editorials Praise Curwood." Argus Press: August 17, 1927, p. 1.
- *Eldridge, Judith A. James Oliver Curwood: God's country and the Man. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1993.
- *”God’s Country and the Woman” (review). Bookman: June 1915, p. 425.
- “How the Highest Paid of All Picture Playwrights Gets His Material.” Green Book: May 1914.
- *”J. O. Curwood’s The Danger Trail” (review). Bookman: April 1910, p. 202.
- *"James Oliver Curwood Finds the Soul of Nature. Dearborn Indpendent: [n.d.], p.7f.
- *"James Oliver Curwood's Life: Short But Adventuresome." Shiawassee County Independent: June 3, 1985, pp 4-5.
- *”Jim Curwood.” Bookman: November 1927, pp. 288-91.
- *”Jim Curwood of Owosso.” Good Housekeeping: November 1922, pp. 40ff.
- “The Late J. O. C.” (picture). Bookman: November 1908, p. 208.
- *Long, Ray. "James Oliver Curwood and His Far North." Bookman: February 1921, pp. 492-95.
- *"The Lounger." Putnams Monthly & the Reader: Vol. V (1908-09), p. 497
- *"Owosso's Curwood Wrote 30 Novels, But Critics Cool." Flint Journal: September 12, 1965.
- *”Rollo Boys Lost in the Curwood.” Bookman: September 1925, pp. 28-32.
- *Ross, Inez. The Bear and the Castle: the James Oliver Curwood Story. Los Alamos, N.M.: Ashley House, 1997.
- *Shiawassee County Genealogical Society. The Curwood Family.
- *Shiawassee County Independent & the Argus Press. Curwood Tree Has Deep Roots.
- *Swiggett, Hobart Donald. James Oliver Curwood, Disciple of the Wilds. Paebar Co., 1943.