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Biography (print)

Robert E. Morsberger, Katherine M. Morsberger. Lew Wallace: Militant Romantic. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1980.

Irving McKee. "Ben-Hur" Lew Wallace: Life of General Lew Wallace. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1947.

Lew Wallace. An Autobiography, 1827-1905. New York: Irvington Publishers (reprint), 1972. ISBN 0842281215

Lew Wallace (Jim Leeke, ed.). Smoke, Sound & Fury: The Civil War Memoirs of Major General Lew Wallace, US Volunteers". Strawberry Hill Press, 1998. ISBN 0894071246


Portrayed in
The Andersonville Trial (1970) (TV)

The Kid from Texas (1950)

The Big Stampede (1932)

I Shot Billy the Kid (1950)

Strange Lady in Town (1955)

Young Guns II (1990)

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973)

Longarm (1988) (TV)

The Law vs. Billy the Kid (1954)

Land Beyond the Law (1937)

"Bronco: Death of an Outlaw (#2.13)" (1960)

No Retreat from Destiny: The Battle That Rescued Washington (2006) (V)

Billy the Kid (1989) (TV)

"Colt .45: Amnesty (#2.8)" (1959)

"The Tall Man: The Great Western (#1.37)" (1961)

"Tales of Wells Fargo: Billy the Kid (#2.7)" (1957)

Article
American History (USA)June 2008, Vol. 43, Iss. 2, pg. 60-65, by: Scott Smith, "Lew Wallace's River of Redemption"
New York Times (USA)10 January 1926, "Henry Lane Wallace Found Dead in Bed; Son of Author of 'Ben-Hur,' 73, Had Come Here to See Film Version of Novel."
Moving Picture World (USA)25 September 1915, pg. 2178, "Lew Wallace's Heir Sues Klaw & Erlanger"
New York Times (USA)3 October 1907, pg. 9:4, "Mrs. Lew Wallace dead; Assisted Her Husband in His Work and Produced Books of Her Own"
New York Times (USA)19 February 1905, pg. 7:2, "Gen. Lew Wallace's Funeral [Feb. 18]; Crawfordville Suspended Business During the Simple Services"
New York Times (USA)17 February 1905, pg. 8L5, "Lew Wallace Funderal Plans; Body to Be Viewed by Public To-day--Private Ceremony Tomorrow"
New York Times (USA)16 February 1905, pg. 9:3, "General Lew Wallace dies at Indiana Home; Author of 'Ben Hur' Expires After Long Illness; Won Fame in Many Ways; His Long Career as Lawyer, Soldier, Diplomat, and author--Was Nearly 78 Years Old"


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