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A Ranger Of Commerce Or 52 Years On The Road

By: Peak, Howard W.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: San Angelo Texas, The Naylor Company, 1929

Edition: First Edition


262 pages, frontis, minor wear. Herd 1770 "Has a chapter on cattle trails." Six-Guns 1696 "Contains material on Sam Bass." View more info

A Rider of the Cherokee Strip

By: Barnard, Evan G.

Price: $95.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1936

Edition: First Edition


233 pages, frontis, illustrations, map end-papers, minor wear to jacket edges. Cowboys, round-ups, cattle drives, cowtowns, etc. Herd 207, Howes B147, Rader 270, Six-Guns 141, "Information on some Oklahoma outlaws, such as Tulsa Jack, Dick Yeager, and the Daltons, Charlie Bryant, Ed Short." View more info

A Saddle in the Wild West A Glimpse of Travel Among the Mountains, Lava Beds, Sand Deserts, Adobe Towns, Indian Reservations, and Ancient Pueblos of Southern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona

By: Rideing, William H.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: N.Y., D. Appleton and Company, 1879

Edition: 1st Edition


First American edition, Original cloth, minor wear to edges, 165 pages + ads. Herd 1895, Graff 3503, "Rideing accompanied Lieutenant George M. Wheeler on his survey, during a two-year period, acting as a newspaper correspondent. He traveled 4000 miles a-saddle in New Mexico, Arizona, Southern Colorado, Nevada, and Eastern California." View more info

A Saw, Pocket Instruments, and Two Ounces Of Whiskey Frontier Military Medicine in the Great Basin

By: Sohn, Anton Paul

Price: $32.00

Publisher: Spokane Washington, The Arthur Clark Company, 1998

Edition: First Edition


237 pages, frontis, illustrations, maps, 35 historic photos, index, Frontier Military Series XX A look at frontier medicine, doctors, hospitials, and civilians. View more info

A Saw, Pocket Instruments, and Two Ounces Of Whiskey Frontier Military Medicine in the Great Basin

By: Sohn, Anton Paul

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Spokane Washington, The Arthur Clark Company, 1998

Edition: First Edition


237 pages, frontis, illustrations, maps, in original shrink wrap. 35 historic photos, index, Frontier Military Series XX A look at frontier medicine, doctors, hospitials, and civilians. View more info

A Scattered People An American Family Moves West

By: McFarland, Gerald

Price: $10.00

Publisher: N.Y., Pantheon Books, 1985

Edition: First Edition


280 pages, photos, illustrations. The author retells the stories of 5 generations of his own pioneer ancestors. View more info

A Sketch of Sam Bass The Bandit With an Introduction by Ramon F. Adams

By: Martin, Charles L.

Price: $17.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1956

Edition: First Thus


Volume # 6 of the Western Frontier Library Series, 156 pages, illustrations, slight edge wear to jacket. Six-Guns 1451. View more info

A Stove-Up Cowboy's Story

By: McCauley, J. E.

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, Texas Folklore Society, 1943

Edition: First Edition


73 pages, frontis, illustrations, pictorial end-papers, LIMITED EDITION 1 of 700 copies, both book and jacket are in as new condition. Introduction by John A. Lomax, Drawings by Tom Lea. Jim McCauley a tenant farmer's son, stabbed a bully in the ribs, ran home to kiss his mother goodbye, then headed west. Reese, Six-Score 75, "One of the most forceful and expressive autobiographies of the range country. McCauley lived hard." Six-Guns 1389, " Some informati... View more info

A Tenderfoot Kid On Gyp Water

By: Benedict, Carl Peters

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, Texas Folklore Society, 1943

Edition: First Edition


115 pages, frontis, illustrations, original glassine cover, with chipping. LIMITED EDITION, of 550 copies. Herd 238, Reese Six-Score 10 " A vividly written story of range life in west Texas in the 1890's.One of the best books ever written on the Texas range." View more info

A Tenderfoot Kid On Gyp Water

By: Benedict, Carl Peters

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, Texas Folklore Society, 1943

Edition: First Edition


115 pages, frontis, illustrations, original glassine cover, minor wear to cover. LIMITED EDITION, 1 of 550 copies. Herd 238, Reese Six-Score 10 " A vividly written story of range life in west Texas in the 1890's.One of the best books ever written on the Texas range." View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo Intro by J. Frank Dobie

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: William Sloane Associates, INC, 1950

Edition: First Thus


198pgs, illus. marking on FEP The first and most widely read of cowboy biographies. Herd 2077, Six Guns 2032 Bk.Lvrs SW pg 86, Howes 510 View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo Intro by J. Frank Dobie

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $50.00

Publisher: N.Y., William Sloane Associates, INC, 1950

Edition: First Thus


198 pages, illustrations, slight edge wear to jacket. introduction by Frank J. Dobie. First and most widely read of cowboy biographies. Herd 2077, Six Guns 2032, BTB 185J, Howes 510 View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo, An Old Stove up Cow Puncher Who Has Spent Nearly Twenty Years on the Great Western Cattle Ranges

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $2,750.00

Publisher: Chicago, Siringo & Dobson Publishing, 1886


True second edition. 347 pages, + ads, color frontis, illustrations, original brown cloth with gilt cowboy on a horse on front cover, minor edge wear, title rubbed from spine, overall a nice copy of a rare item, housed in a slipcase. The first and most widely read of cowboy biographies. Herd 2077, Six Guns 2032, Howes 510 View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo, An Old Stove up Cow Puncher Who Has Spent Nearly Twenty Years on the Great Western Cattle Ranges

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Chicago, Rand McNally & Co., 1889


347 pages, + ads, frontis, illustrations, original brown cloth with gilt cowboy on a horse on front cover, rubbing and wear to edges, owner stamp on fly-leaf. This edition didn't have the colored frontis. Good reading copy. The first and most widely read of cowboy biographies. Herd 2077, Six Guns 2032, Howes 510. View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo, An Old Stove up Cow Puncher Who Has Spent Nearly Twenty Years on the Great Western Cattle Ranges

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $1,000.00

Publisher: Chicago, Rand McNally & Co., 0


(1886) 347 pages, + ads, color frontis, illustrations, small owner stamp on blank fly-leaf, penciled owner name, original brown cloth with gilt cowboy on a horse on front cover, very slight wear, gilt very bright, rare in this condition. The first and most widely read of cowboy biographies. Herd 2077, Six Guns 2032, Howes 510. View more info