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Full Name: Edward Stratemeyer
(1862-1930) Publisher, writer. Edward Stratemeyer was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, and died in Newark, New Jersey. He was the creator of several youth book series including The Rover Boys, The Bobbsey Twins, Tom Swift, The Hardy Boys, and Nancy Drew.
Author's Timeline:
1862 (Unknown) County
Edward L. Stratemeyer was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, on October 4, 1862. 
1914 New York County
Mr. Stratemeyer founded the Stratemeyer Literary Syndicate in 1905, and opened an office at 17 Madison Avenue in Manhattan, New York, in 1914. 
1899 (Unknown) County
Richard Dare's Venture
(Pub: Street and Smith ISBN: )
1902 (Unknown) County
The Young Volcano Explorers
(Pub: Lee & Shepard ISBN: )
1910 (Unknown) County
Dave Porter at Star Ranch Or, The Cowboy's Secret
(Pub: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard ISBN: )
1903 (Unknown) County
Young Explorers of the Isthmus: Or, American Boys in Central America
(Pub: Lee and Shepard ISBN: )
1899 (Unknown) County
The Minute Boys of Bunker Hill
(Pub: The Page Company ISBN: )
1899 (Unknown) County
The Rover Boys at School; or, The Cadets of Putman Hall
(Pub: Grosset & Dunlap ISBN: )
Novel by Arthur M. Winfield (pseudonym). 
1909 (Unknown) County
The Rover Boys on Treasure Isle
(Pub: Grosset & Dunlap ISBN: )
Novel by Arthur M. Winfield (pseudonym). 
1902 (Unknown) County
The Rover Boys in the Mountains, or A Hunt for Fun and Fortune
(Pub: Grosset & Dunlap, Publishers ISBN: )
Novel by Arthur M. Winfield (pseudonym). 
1901 (Unknown) County
The Rover Boys on the Great Lakes
(Pub: Grosset & Dunlap ISBN: )
Novel by Arthur M. Winfield (pseudonym). 
1898 (Unknown) County
The Minute Boys of Lexington
(Pub: Dana Estes & Company ISBN: )
1930 (Unknown) County
Edward Stratemeyer died in Newark, New Jersey, on May 10, 1930. 

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