Willis George Emerson
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Willis George Emerson (1856–1918) was an American novelist, Chicago newspaperman, lawyer, politician, and promoter, who formed the North American Copper Company in Wyoming. He founded the town of Encampment, Wyoming.
- Winning Winds (1885)
- Grey Rocks: A tale of the Middle West (1894)
- Was It a Crime? "Coin at School" dissected (1900)
- Buell Hampton (1902)
- The Builders (1906)
- The Smoky God or a Voyage to the Inner World (1908)
- The Treasure of Hidden Valley (1915)
- A Vendetta of the Hills (1917)
- The Man who Discovered Himself (1919)
- Federal Writers' Project. Wyoming: A Guide to Its History, Highways and People. US History Publishers. p. 258.