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Pioneer western empire builders : a true story of the men and women of pioneer days

Author: Frank M King
Publisher: Pasadena, Calif. : Trail's End, ©1946.
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King, Frank M. (Frank Marion), b. 1863.
Pioneer western empire builders.
Pasadena, Calif. : Trail's End, ©1946
(OCoLC)557647949
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank M King
OCLC Number: 42019016
Notes: "Privately published for his friends by the author"--Title page verso.
Description: 383 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm
Contents: Preface / H.E. Britzman --
Introduction --
A tribute to American mothers --
A few incidents of pioneer days of Los Angeles, California --
Walter L. Vail --
Harry L. Heffner --
The Orrisons --
tophand folks --
Mrs. Harry M. Taylor --
Con Price --
William Farr --
The Kelleys of San Diego --
Bill James --
Recollections of A. B. Mulvane, old cowhand --
Ed Williams tells about some old timers --
Jeff Swycaffer, pioneer Californian --
W. E. Hitchcock --
Old Butterfield Stage Coach Line --
Bustin' [Busting] the rough ones --
Jack Kinney remembers Montana --
Montana vigilantes and Sheriff Plummer --
J. J. Ballard --
one of the West's builders --
The round-up wagon --
The Arbuckle Ranch --
Correct story and trade mark on Arbuckle Coffee --
Longhorn steer intelligence --
Old style harness races --
Beautiful Nellie Cashman --
Wirt G. Bowman helped build Arizona --
Jack Kinney --
one of Arizona's famous cattle ranch operators --
Col. [Colonel] Jeff D. Milton --
Sam King --
Neri F. Osborn and family --
Harry Saxon --
Parks and Ringgold --
tragic Indian raids --
A sketch on life of Hugh B. McKeen --
Clay McGonagill --
world's champion roper --
An early day rodeo --
Phoenix, Arizona --
Old Double Circle Ranch --
Pancho Villa An early cattle drive by a pioneer cattleman --
A New Mexico empire builder --
Back tracking along memory trails --
The L. C. Cattle empire --
Eugene Manlove Rhodes --
Old Cimarron --
Rube P. Pankey --
The Santa Fe helped civilize the West --
June Hunt --
The Estancia Grant --
D. C. Trigg --
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Reeves --
Lynching of Russian Bill and Sandy King --
John H. Zurich --
famous southwesterner --
Mossman and Hinkle --
George W. Coe --
a frontier fighter --
Billy the Kid --
Four old timers: [E. M. (Ed) Dean, Richfield, Kansas, former JB man; R. I. (Red) Cochrum, Canyon City, Colorado, old JB man; Lon Ford, former JJ LIT man, sheriff, Clark County, Ashland, Kansas; Col. {Colonel} Jack Potter, trail driver and onetime manager of the New England Livestock Co., Clayton, New Mexico] --
Judge A. M. Walthall --
Harris Walthall --
Big Foot Wallace --
Frio Town, Texas --
as she was, and is --
Capt. James B. Gillett --
Prominent Texas Ranger of the Panhandle: [ Capt. {Captain} S. A. McMurray] --
J. Frank Norfleet --
Uncle Jim Daugherty --
H. H. Halsell --
Roscoe F. Santee --
pioneer Texan --
Daughters of trail drivers: Mrs. Artie Slaughter Roberts [and others] --
George W. Saunders --
trail driver --
The Lock family --
famous Texas stockmen --
Pioneers of Clay County, Texas --
Jesse S. Wynne --
Red Africander cattle of South Africa --
Sam Freeman, a Montana tophand --
Other pioneers: W. B. Kelly; My friend, Governor [W. P.] Hunt of Arizona; Four pioneer Colorado cowmen; Mrs. John P. [Ida Wilson] McCabe; Slim Holder; Wylie Beard; Robert Martin; May Gardner Bell; W. R. Cosper; some real pioneers. Illustrations: Frank M. King --
The author and his wife, Sophie --
Early California horses / Vischer Pink, 1835 --
Judge Roy Bean's court --
Walter L. Vail --
Harry L. Heffner --
H. A. (Red) Orrison and Mrs. Orrison --
Con Price --
[Bill James] William James, said to have been a cousin of Jesse and Frank, during his later years in southern California --
Edwin F. Williams, pioneer cattleman and trail driver from Mexico to Canada --
Jeff Swycaffer --
Breakin' a bronc / Katherine Field --
The cinch ring / Charles M. Russell --
"Robber's Roost," near Virginia City, Montana --
J. J. Ballard --
Pioneer roundup wagon --
Facsimile of original Arbuckle wrapper --
Old time double harness race at Chicago / Currier & Ives --
Miss Nellie Cashman --
J. M. "Mike" Cunningham --
Wirt G. Bowman --
Jack Kinney --
Jeff D. Milton and Frank M. King --
Sam King --
Harry Saxon, Willcox, Arizona --
Hugh B. McKeen / Rhea Kuykendall and Mrs. Hugh McKeen --
Clay McGonagill on his black rope horse --
The Gal-Leg spurs, worn by Clay McGonagill at the time he was accidentally killed at Sacaton, Ariz., October 29, 1921 --
Cowboys who took part in a big rodeo at Phoenix, in February, 1893: George Sears, Tom Sears, Charlie Meadows, Mobley Meadows, Charles Hollingshead; Perry Sears, Dock Goodwin, Arena Manager Tom Wills; Jim Gibson, Stewart Knight, H. Martin --
Francisco "Pancho" Villa --
O. C. Wilson --
Walter Hightower with Brilliant Cook --
Herman Lindauer with Captain Sweep --
The Morley family: William Raymond Morley, Sr.; Mrs. William Raymond (Ada McPherson) Morley; William Raymond Morley, Jr.; Agnes Morley Cleaveland --
Ray Morley cattle rounded up for shipment to old Mexico in 1922 --
The original Morley ranch home, moved from White House Canyon to Datil and used as a tourist hotel --
A comparison of women's styles: Agnes Morley Cleaveland in Ann Arbor, Michigan --
William Raymond Morley, Jr. in 1927, a real cowhand --
Loraine Morley Warren Reynolds Illustrations: Front porch of the old L. C. [Lyons & Campbell] adobe mansion --
Eugene Manlove Rhodes --
Gene Rhodes and his wife, May, in the Lennox Corral of the Gener Ranch --
Lucian B. Maxwell home after fire had damaged the buildings --
Historic St. [Saint] James Hotel at Cimarron, New Mexico --
Old mill built for Lucian B. Maxwell in 1864 --
R. [Rube] P. Pankey --
Pankey's ranch house --
The old Santa Fe depot at Gallup, N. M., in the early [18]80's --
The old Honeywell Hotel --
Mr. and Mrs. June A. Hunt, sitting in the old military plaza at El Paso, Texas, in 1912 --
The old June Hunt ranch house on the Maxwell Land Grant on the Vermijo, 1884 --
A street in the old mining town of Shakespeare, near Lordsburg, New Mexico --
"A hasty retreat" [from a rattlesnake at the outhouse] --
George W. Coe --
William H. Bonny [Bonney], Billy the Kid --
Mother of Wm. H. Bonny --
Mural hanging in courthouse at Sumner, Texas [characters from Lincoln County, New Mexico] / Hunt --
E. M. (Ed) Dean; R. I. (Red) Cochrum; Lon Ford; Jack Potter --
A. M. Walthall --
Harris Walthall --
William Alexander Anderson "Big Foot" Wallace --
Last home of Big Foot Wallace, Frio County, Texas --
The Frio River at flood stage --
Home of Artie Slaughter Roberts, Frio Town, Texas --
The old court house at Frio Town, Texas, erected in 1878 --
[Texas] Ranger Captain S. A. McMurray --
J. Frank Norfleet --
Uncle Jim Daugherty, Figure 2 Ranch, near Van Horn, Texas --
Mrs. Artie Slaughter Roberts --
Calf branding on Lock Ranch in 1898 --
Red Africander cow and calf --
Red Africander bull --
Sam Freeman, 70, arena director of a rodeo at Dillon, Montana, on "Barrel Head" --
Four old timers in the Colorado range business: Clark Wright, George Epperson, Bill Strode, and Simon Runnings.
Responsibility: by Frank M. King ; profusely illustrated, including an original illustration by Charles M. Russell.

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