1870–1957

Introduction

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Born: Oc­to­ber 11, 1870, War­saw, New York.

Died: Ju­ly 28, 1957, at his home in Hol­ly­wood, Ca­li­for­nia.

Buried: For­est Lawn Me­mo­ri­al Park, Los An­ge­les, Ca­li­for­nia.

Biography

Earl was the son of Ja­cob J. Brin­in­stool and Ell­en S. Blos­som, and hus­band of Es­telle Ow­en.

After earn­ing a bu­si­ness de­gree, he moved with his wife to Los An­ge­les in 1895.

He first worked as a jour­nal­ist, but lat­er be­came a free­lan­cer, writ­ing po­et­ry, and pub­lish­ing ar­ti­cles in Hun­ter-Tra­der, Sun­set, Fron­tier Times, Out­door Life, Win­ners of the West, and other ma­ga­zines.

He is al­so known for bi­og­ra­phies of the In­di­an lead­ers Cra­zy Horse, Red Cloud, and Dull Knife.

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