his companion volume to Beidler and Egge's Native Americans in the Saturday Evening Post expands upon the fictional short stories that mention or focus on Native Americans. Covering a period of 71 years (1897-1969), this compilation of summaries of 265 short stories shows how the fictional depiction of Native Americans changed chronologically from the end of the Indian Wars to the "Native American Renaissance" of the 1960's.
Peter Beidler is the Lucy G. Moses distinguished Professor of English at Lehigh University, where he has taught British and American Literature for three decades. He is the recipient of two national teaching awards and has published widely in many topics, including Native American writers. Harry J. Brown is completing his doctoral degree in early American literature at Lehigh University. Marion F. Egge has taught freshman English for Lehigh University, music history for Moravian College, as well as composition and introduction to literature for Bucks County (Pa.) Community College. She currently is editor of the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine and owns a desktop publishing business.