W. D. Edmonds

(Walter Dumaux Edmonds)
Born: 7/15/1903
Birthplace: Boonville, New York

He won a Newbury Medal for his book The Matchlock Gun (1969) and a National Book Award for Bert Breen's Barn (1975). His best known book, Drums Along the Mohawk (1936), was made into a movie in 1939. He also contributed fiction to the Saturday Evening Post and other magazines.

Died: 1/24/1998
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