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They saddled the West

Author: Lee M Rice; Glenn R Vernam
Publisher: Cambridge, Md. : Cornell Maritime Press, 1975.
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Genre/Form: History
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rice, Lee M., b. 1892.
They saddled the West.
Cambridge, Md. : Cornell Maritime Press, 1975
(OCoLC)685182319
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee M Rice; Glenn R Vernam
ISBN: 087033199X 9780870331992
OCLC Number: 1230667
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xi, 190 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Birth of the western saddle --
St. Louis, cradle of the western saddle --
J.B. Sickles' St. Louis saddlery --
When California was young --
Hermann H. Heiser went west --
George Lawrence, pioneer northwest saddlery --
E.L. Gallatin, Rocky Mountain saddlery patron --
Collins' famous plains saddles --
Keystone saddles --
The Visalia stock saddle --
Gallup plus Frazier equals Pueblo --
Tom Flynn of the Pueblo Trio --
Backtracking the western saddletree --
Utah's early saddlemakers --
Frank Meanea of Cheyenne --
Western Colorado saddlemakers --
Hamleys of Pendleton --
The Montana three-quarter saddle --
Mueller of Larimer Street --
Guadalupe Garcia, artist in saddlery --
Porter of Phoenix ; a century of achievement --
S.D. (Tio Sam) Myers, a Texas legend --
Ario's of Great Falls --
Canada's Eamor saddlery --
The saddlemaking Connollys --
The Olsen-Nolte saddles --
Monroe Veach, farm to fortune --
Ray Holes, saddlemaker for saddlemen --
Some were fiddle-footed --
The preserved the old west.
Responsibility: by Lee M. Rice and Glenn R. Vernam ; drawings by the authors : photos. from the Lee M. Rice collection except where noted.

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