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When Grass Was King Contributions To The Western Range Cattle Industry Study

By: Frink, Maurice, W. Turrentine Jackson, Agnes Wright Spring

Price: $135.00

Publisher: Boulder Colorado, University Of Colorado Press, 1956

Edition: First Edition


465 pages, map end-papers, frontis, illustrations, LIMITED EDITION, limited to 1500 numbered copies, SIGNED by Maurice Frink, and Agnes Wright Spring. Johnson and Lincoln County Wars. Six-Guns 777 Herd 853, Reese Six Score 45 "A collection of three excellent essays relating to the range cattle industry. Year to year survey of the industry from 1865 to 1895, British interests in the range cattle industry, and a biography of John W. Iliff, the greatest of the early ... View more info

Where The Wagon Led, One Man's Memories of The Cowboy's Life in The Old West

By: Symons, R.D

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Double Day, 1973

Edition: First Edition


343pgs, dj a bit chipped. A personal account of cowboys, cattle, horses and the West. View more info

Why The West Was Wild A Contemporary Look at the Antics of Some Highly Publicized Kansas Cowtown Personalities Foreword by Joseph G. Rosa

By: Miller, Nyle H. Joseph Snell

Price: $55.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2003


685 pages, all edges gilt, Limited edition deluxe anniversity edition. "Collection of material assembled on the famous and infamous personalities of Kansas cowtowns, including legendary figures such as "Wild Bill" Hickok, Bat Masterson, and Doc Holliday, and such locales as Abilene, Wichita, Caldwell, and Dodge City. First published in the Kansas Historical Quarterly, these portraits are based on research in newspapers, legal records, letters, and diaries con... View more info

Wild Animals And Settlers On The Great Plains

By: Fleharty, Eugene D.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Norman, Univerisity of Oklahoma Press, 1995


316 pages, illustrations, map. The author uses primary accounts from newspapers and diaries to portray life on the plains with the wild life before the plow, firearms, and barbed wire took their toll. View more info

Wildest Of The Wild West True Tales Of A Frontier Town On The Santa Fe Trail

By: Bryan, Howard

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Santa Fe, Clear Light Pub., 1988

Edition: First Edition


269 pages. map, frontis, illus. SIGNED by the author. "A compilation of violent, dramatic, and melodramatic events that shook Las Vegas, New Mexico over a 60 year period from 1835 to 1915". View more info

Wildest Of The Wild West True Tales Of A Frontier Town On The Santa Fe Trail

By: Bryan, Howard

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Santa Fe N.M., Clear Light Pub., 1988

Edition: First Edition


269 pg. map, frontis, illustrations, tear to jacket. "A compilation of violent, dramatic, and melodramatic events that shook Las Vegas, New Mexico over a 60 year period from 1835 to 1915". View more info

Will Henry's West

By: Walker, Dale L.

Price: $14.00

Publisher: El Paso, Texas Western Press, 1984

Edition: First Edition


208 pages, map end-papers. The author explores the myth and reality of the Old West. View more info

Will Rodgers Ambassador of Good Will Prince of Wit and Wisdom

By: O'Brien, P. J.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Chicago, The John C. Winston Company, 1935

Edition: First Edition


288 pages, frontis, photos, chipping to spine, owner inscription. View more info

Will Rogers At The Ziegfeld Follies Edited by Arthur Frank Wertheim, Foreword by Joseph H. Carter

By: Rogers, Will, Arthur Wertheim

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1992

Edition: First Edition


268 pages, illustrations. "Will Rogers at the Ziegfeld Follies features the humorist's writings and poignant observations on society during World War I and the Roaring Twenties. Included in this unique collection are two of Rogers' most popular books, The Cowboy Philosopher on the Peace Conference and The Cowboy Philosopher on Prohibition. In selections from his weekly articles and The Illiterate Digest, Rogers lampoons the leading figures of the day, from Henry For... View more info

William S. Hart Projecting The American West

By: Davis, Ronald L.

Price: $24.95

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2003

Edition: First Edition


269 pages, frontis, illustrations. "Stage actor turned Hollywood star, William S. Hart (1864-1946) was for movie fans a cherished symbol of the romantic Old West. His silent westerns offered excitement, lessons in righteous behavior, and a nostalgic vision of the American frontier. This intriguing biography explores the personal and professional life of Hollywood's prototypical cowboy hero." View more info

William Sanders Oury History Maker Of The Southwest

By: Smith, Cornelius C. JR.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 1967

Edition: First Edition


298 pages, frontis, illustrations. Oury was a courier from the Alamo, A Texas Ranger, and a settler in Arizona. This is the story of his Arizona adventures. The Civil War, Bascom Affair, Cooke's Canyon affair, and the Camp Grant Massacre. View more info

William Tecumseh Sherman Gold Rush Banker

By: Clarke, Dwight L.

Price: $27.00

Publisher: San Francisco, California Historical Society, 1969

Edition: First Edition


446 pages, frontis, illustrations, map end-papers. Sherman's pre-war career as a banker in San Francisco. View more info

Wolfville Nights

By: Lewis, Alfred Henry

Price: $20.00

Publisher: N.Y., Frederick A. Stokes, 1902

Edition: First Edition


326 pages, frontis, spotting to cover. Graff 2473 View more info

Wondrous Times on the Frontier

By: Brown, Dee

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Little Rock ARK, August House Pub., 1991

Edition: First Edition


324 pgs, Brown "paints memorable portraits of personalities who defined the western frontier. In order to capture the reality of the frontier, Brown incorporated diverse sources- frontier news-papers, journals, diaries etc to relay the joys, wonders and hardships on the frontier." View more info

Wranglin' the Past

By: King, Frank M.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Pasadena CA, Trails End Publishing Company, 1946


284 pgs, 1st revised edition, photos, illustrations, frontis, minor edge wear to jacket. Howes K151, Six-Guns 1239 scarce, Herd 1277 scarce, Author tells of his experiences in the old west, he knew many of the noted, outlaws, gunmen, etc. Billy The Kid, Wyatt Earp, Johhny Ringo etc. View more info