Lord Grizzly is a 1954 biographical novel by Frederick Manfred. It describes the survival ordeal of a real mountain man, Hugh Glass, who was attacked by a bear and abandoned in the wilderness by his companions (one of whom was a young Jim Bridger), on the assumption he could not possibly live. Glass, with a broken leg and open wounds, had to crawl most of the way to Fort Kiowa to reach safety. Lord Grizzly was Manfred's most successful book, and a finalist for the National Book Award in 1954.
- Hugh Glass, Bruce Bradley (1999) ISBN 0-9669005-0-2
- Lord Grizzly, Fredrick Manfred. (1954) ISBN 0-8032-8118-8
- Saga of Hugh Glass: Pirate, Pawnee and Mountain Man, John Myers Myers (1976) ISBN 0-8032-5834-8
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