Has anyone read his early 20th century novels on the Revolution in New York State? According to the Swiggett book on the Tory Butlers, War Out of Niagara, each one is written from the point of view of a different, fictional Continental officer, who of course meets and acts with the historical figures of the times. They are "Cardigan," "Maid-at-Arms," "The Hidden Children," and "The Reckoning." Interestingly, this Chambers is the same one known for early "weird tales" like "The King in Yellow," which supposedly influenced H.P. Lovecraft. I think he also wrote some bestselling novels about WWI right after that war ended.