Edward L. Stratemeyer (4 October 1862 – 10 May 1930) also known as Ralph Bonehill, Arthur M. Winfield and some else pen names, was an American writer of children's fiction books. He produced more than 1300 books himself, selling more than 500 million copies. He is best-know by his fictional book series for juveniles such as “The Rover Boys”, “The Bobbsey Twins”, “Hardy Boys”, and “Nancy Drew”.
“The Boy Land Boomer; Or Dick Arbuckle's Adventures in Oklahoma” is an adventure story that tells about sixteen years old boy and his father. The story take place in a time, when America was thrown open to settlement under the homestead act. Let's read and enjoy an adventures!