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True west. All true -- all fact -- stories of the real west. March-April, 1964, Volume 11, No. 4, Whole No. 62

Author: George A WallisHarriett FarnsworthDan L ThrappJessie PetersonRemi A NadeauAll authors
Publisher: Austin, Tex. : Western Publications, 1964.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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Color illustration on cover of cowboy leading his horse in the rain. Another cowboy is draped over the horse. Illustration by Taylor Oughton.
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Named Person: George W Littlefield; Clifford Bartlett Jones; Isaac Leonard Ellwood; William Owen O'Neill; James Wilson Marshall; John Augustus Sutter; Miguel Antonio Otero; Dalton family; John Simpson Chisum; John V Farwell; Charles Benjamin Farwell; Asahel Curtis
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George A Wallis; Harriett Farnsworth; Dan L Thrapp; Jessie Peterson; Remi A Nadeau; Carl W Breihan; Norman B Wiltsey; Den Galbraith
OCLC Number: 80369025
Notes: Includes articles, book reviews, letters, quizzes, advertisements, and cartoons.
Description: 80 p. : ill., ports. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Cattle kings: Major George W. Littlefield and the yellow house ; Clifford B. Jones of the Spur Outfit ; Isaac L. Ellwood and the Spade ; W.L. Hyatt of the 22 Outfit ; John T. McElroy at the foot of the plains --
He buried the dead --
Vigil at Goldpoint --
Headless bank robber of Skagway --
The living treasure --
War on the Cibicu --
Boston bloomer girls --
Pioneer mill camp --
The quiet lawman --
Give a man an iron horse --
John Marshall's boom town --
A life-saving epidemic --
The breakup of the Chickenfoot Bunch --
The Spanish arrastre --
Oil field boomer --
Guns of the old west: the Derringer --
The lost ledge of Governor Otero --
Memories of old Fort Harker --
The hanged him too soon --
I wasn't no sheepherder --
How to gather and process prickly pear fruit --
The mystery of Eva Whipple's home.
Responsibility: Pat Wagner, Editor ; Joe Austell Small, Publisher.

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Color illustration on cover of cowboy leading his horse in the rain. Another cowboy is draped over the horse. Illustration by Taylor Oughton.

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