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by Zane Grey
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To the Last Man: A Story of the Pleasant Valley War is a western novel written by Zane Grey. To The Last Man is a shorter version of Tonto Basin
To the Last Man: A Story of the Pleasant Valley War is a western novel written by Zane Grey. To The Last Man is a shorter version of Tonto Basin. Grey submitted the manuscript of Tonto Basin to the magazine The Country Gentleman, which published it in serialization as To the Last Man from May 28, 1921 through July 30, 1921. This was a much shorter version of the original leaving out much of the backstory. This shorter version was published by Harper Brothers.
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Betty Zane Inspired by the life and adventures of his her, this book launched Zane Grey’s career as a writer of the Western frontier. To the Last Man Arizona's Tonto Basin has been fought over for decades. With resources dwindling during the siege of Fort McHenry, sixteen-year-old Betty Zane volunteers to raid a cache of gunpowder stored outside the fort's walls. Her bravery stunned the British and inspired her countrymen in the final battle of the American Revolution. At its heart are two families, the Isbels and the Jorths. Gaston Isbel and Lee Jorth have vowed.
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Many comic books were based on Zane Grey's Western novels. They were published after his death in 1939. This is a comic book based on one of his novels.