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21 Bye, John O. (Johnnie) Geronimo Alias, Buck - Alias, the Yellow Peril : The Tale of a Vanishing American
Seattle, WA John O. Bye 1965 Soft Cover w/plastic Comb Very Good No Jacket 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall Photos & Map 
(14), 142 pp, (6), yel-brown SC wraps w/yel plastic comb binding. The author trails the longhorns from the Rio Salada of Coahuila Province of Old Mexico, across the Rio Grande and the Concho Desert to western Texas, to the Canadian River of northern New Mexico, to the Purgatoire River of Colorado, then to the J.W. Hammond 7 E T Ranch on the Plattes. Then travel down the Little Missouri, past old Stoneville, Wickhamville, to Triple Seven Ranch, and the Y over Corss, then to Dakota Territory, read about the Maltese Cross ranch. slight wrinkle to top of front cover, slight rubbing to cover edges. 
Price: 78.63 USD
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22 Caldwell, Ruth Elliott McEntire and edited by Gilbert, Christine M. Through These Portals : The Story of the George H. McEntire Family and the U Ranch
Sterling County, TX North Concho Press 2007 Limited/Numbered Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket/Near Fine Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition Sm4to from 9" to 11" Photos Signed by Author
283 pp, [4], quarterbound w/brown-tan-red-green marbled boards and w/brown leather spine w/gilt lettering, cream-brown map endpapers, limited edition of 400 cc's, this being author's copy, brown cloth covered slipcase. Part I has two sections. "W.R. McEntire and the Founding of the U Ranch" by Monte L. Monroe and "George Herbert McEntire" by Ruth Elliott McEntire Caldwell. Part II contains Father and Son Correspondence: Running a Ranch including "A Jackrabbit Drive" by Abel Ramirez. Part III consists of "George writes to Virginia in School, 1930s." Part IV contains "George' Stories and Poems, 1930s and 1940s". Part V is More Correspondence, 1940s. The U Ranch was located in Sterling City, Texas. On the edition page for copy "Author's Copy" has been written in place of a number. Below this is the handwritten lines "West Texas Historical Association Ruth McEntire Caldwell April 2009 U Ranch". On the dedication page is written in the gutter of the book "Gift from Author 2009" in pencil. 
Price: 425.00 USD
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23 Capps, Benjamin w/afterword by Graham, Don The Trail to Ogallala
Fort Worth, TX Texas Christian University Press Wraps Near Fine No Jacket 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall 
285 pp, blu-wht SC wraps w/illustrated front, in plastic shrink wrap. The book is number three in the Texas Tradition Series 
Price: 7.86 USD
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24 Carlson, Paul H. Empire Builder in the Texas Panhandle: William Henry Bush
College Station, TX Texas A&M University Press 1996 0890967121 / 9780890967126 Hard Cover Very Good Near Fine 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall Photos Signed by Author
xv, (3), 186 pp, brown boards w/gilt lettering, SIGNED by the author on the title page, dj bronw-white w/pictorial wraparound w/black lettering. The story of William Henry Bush, owner of the Frying Pan Ranch that bordered what later became Amarillo, Texas. It is also a look at the Texas Panhandle's growth and development over a fifty year period at the turn of the century. The fore edge on two pages chipped by the book binder. 
Price: 31.88 USD
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25 Chandler, Charlena On Independence Creek: The Story of a Texas Ranch
Lubbock, TX Texas Tech University Press 2004 0896725243 / 9780896725249 2nd Printing Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall Photos & Map 
x, 203 pp, red cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj brown-white pictorial front panel w/wht-black lettering, w/red spine w/wht lettering. The story of Charles Chandler, and the ranch that he set up where the mouth of Independence Creek runs into the Pecos River. He started it in 1900 and ranched for many years, His son, Joe Chandler built it into a popular recreation area in southwest Texas. 
Price: 20.40 USD
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26 Chandler, Charlena On Independence Creek: The Story of a Texas Ranch
Lubbock, TX Texas Tech University Press 2004 0896725243 / 9780896725249 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo Photos 
x, 203 pp, red cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj brown front panel w/red spine w/wht lettering w/pictorial front panel. The author tells the history of Charlie Chandler's ranch on mouth of Independence Crook in southwest Texas. But the author's father, Joe Chandler, built a popular recreation area there in southwest Texas. She tells of the experiences of her grandparents, her parents and of her growing up on the ranch. 
Price: 20.40 USD
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27 Chessher, Allen H. Let There be Light : a History of Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative 25th Anniversary
San Antonio, TX The Naylor Company 1964 Hard Cover Leatherette Very Good+ Very Good- 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall Endpaper Maps 
xi, [5], 98 pp, grey leatherette hard covers w/wraparound blu illustration of power lines on front, rear panels & spine, endpaper maps of Guadalupe, Gonzales, and Lavaca Counties. Rural Americans wanted electric light in 1935, but private utitlity companies wanted a rate of profit that the incomes of farmers count not provide. 
Price: 23.38 USD
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28 Chisholm, Alexander and edited by Kay, Kathryn The Old Chisholm Trail : Life Line of the Great Plains
Salt Lake City, UT Handkraft Art and Publishing Company 1964 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Sm4to from 9" to 11" Pratt, Jim Signed by Author
584 pp, brown decorative cloth covered boards w/black lettering, SIGNED by author on ffep, dj blu-light brown-green w/black lettering. The history of the Great Plains dramatized in verse. The book is true to the life and times of the thirty year period of the trail, rough in language, rugged in scene, violent in impact. It includes legends of the Indian tribes, stories of the oldtimers who traveled the trail in their youth, and the songs of the cowboys. small chips to dj bottom edge of the spine 
Price: 34.00 USD
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29 Chrisman, Harry E. w/foreword by Hoy, Jim Lost Trails of the Cimarron
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 1998 0806130172 / 9780806130170 First Thus Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall Photos & Maps 
[5], 313 pp, glossy grey-brown-light green wraparound color illustration. The book is a folk history of nineteenth-century Cimarron country - southwestern Kansas, southeaster Colorado, and the netural strip of Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. 
Price: 21.68 USD
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30 Clay, John My Life on the Range
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 1962 First Thus Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good- Sm4to from 9" to 11" Photos 
xxiii, 372 pp, tan clothcovered boards w/black title block on the spine w/black-white lettering on the spine. "well written book about the author's ranch life, he was one of the better-known ranch owners of the Northwest." "The book is best on the Wyoming ranges." "Clay, an educated Scotsman, was tenderfoot, ramrod, manager, owner and founder of a great commission firm. His book is tops in writing style and content." Reprint of Herd #475, Six-Score #19, Six-guns #434, Graff #748, Dobie pg 98-99, Howes #C470 aa, Dykes High Spots pg 85, Vandale Collection #34 and Radar #841. 
Price: 97.33 USD
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31 Clay, John My Life on the Range
Chicago, IL Privately Printed 1924 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket/Very Good +slipcase Sm4to from 9" to 11" Photos 
[10], 366 pp, dark green cloth covered boards w/gilt stamped lettering on the spine, t.e.g. (top edge gilt), uncut fore edge, orange cloth covered slipcase. "well written book about the author's ranch life, he was one of the better-known ranch owners of the Northwest." "The book is best on the Wyoming ranges." "Clay, an educated Scotsman, was tenderfoot, ramrod, manager, owner and founder of a great commission firm. His book is tops in writing style and content." Herd #475, Six-Score #19, Six-guns #434, Graff #748, Dobie pg 98-99, Howes #C470 aa, Dykes High Spots pg 85, Vandale Collection #34 and Radar #841. 
Price: 361.25 USD
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32 Clayton, Lawrence Contemporary Ranches of Texas
Austin, TX University of Texas Press 2001 0292712391 / 9780292712393 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 4to - over 11" - 13" Tall Meinzer, Wyman 
ix, 166 pp, black cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, dj glossy black w/wht lettering w/pictorial front. Book focuses on the life of the contemporary cowboy and ranch life in Texas. Covers the following ranches in south Texas: Alta Vista Ranch, Canales Ranch, Catarina Ranch, O'Connor Ranches, and Ray Ranch. From the Panhandle and Northwest Texas we have: R.A. Brown Ranch, Chimney Creek Ranch, Goodnight Ranch, JA Ranch, Moorhouse Ranch, Nail Ranch, and Renderbrook Spade Ranch. From the Trans-Pecos area of Texas we have: Henderson Cove Ranch, Hudspeth River Ranch, Long X Ranch, and the 101 Ranch. The end of the book contains a glossary of ranching terms. 
Price: 28.48 USD
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33 Clayton, Lawrence Historic Ranches of Texas
Austin, TX University of Texas Press 1997 029271189-1 / 9780292711891 1st Paperback Printing Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket 4to - over 11" - 13" Tall Salvant, J. U. 
93 pp, glossy white w/black lettering w/illustrated front. The book chronicles twelve ranches in Texas. They tell teh history, present-day operations and future prospects of the following ranches: Four Sixes, Green, Iron Mountain, King, Lambshead, Matador Land and Cattle, Pitchfork, Swenson, Waggoner, XIT, Y.O. and Yturria Ranch. 
Price: 21.21 USD
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34 Clayton, Lawrence w/foreword by Coffey, David and edited by Rodenberger, Lou 31 By Lawrence Clayton
Abilene, TX McWhiney Foundation Press 2002 1893114325 / 9781893114326 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo Photos 
(6), 303 pp, blu cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, glossy green-brown-black color pictorial front panel w/black spine w/light blu lettering. The book is a collection of some of Lawrence Clayton's regional writings and includes a bibliography of his work. He describes hard times at Griffin, the confession of a gunslinger, storyteller, cowboys and cowboy life, ranch hisotries and their signficance, the fandangle and oral tradition. 
Price: 22.91 USD
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35 Combs, Joseph F. Farm Corner - a Collection of Little Essays on Nature
San Antonio, TX The Naylor Company 1963 Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall Illustrated Inscribed & SIGNED By Author
ix, 207 pp, green boars w/black lettering & illustration, Inscribed & SIGNED on the ffep. Collection of essays on wild life, nature & life upon the farm laced w/homespun philosophy. some foxing on endpapers & edges, remnants of dj include front flap, rear panel & rear flap. 
Price: 13.60 USD
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36 Culp, John H. The Bright Feathers
New York, NY Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1968 3rd Printing Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo Fitch, G. Kelley 
283 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, light brown dj w/black wraparound illustration w/dark brown-black lettering, brown-white illustrated map on the endpapers. The story of young three cowhands and their journey home from Kansas after a 600-mile two-month journey home after a cattle drive. dj price-clipped. 
Price: 11.86 USD
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37 Cushman, Ralph B. Jesse Chisholm: Texas Trail Blazer and Sam Houston's Trouble-Shooter
Austin, TX Eakin Press 1992 0890158266 / 9780890158265 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11" Cushman, Russell Inscribed & SIGNED by the Author
xiv, 246 pp, dark maroon cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the half-title page, glossy blu-yel dj w/color wraparound illustration. Chisholm was Sam Houston's trouble shooter, an unassuming man who lived in hte twilight zone between the two races. Chisholm was quarter Cherokee Indian. The author met Col. Andrew Jackson Houston, when he was still in his early teens. Col. Houston was the son of Sam Houston and had known Chisholm personally. light foxing to all three edges. 
Price: 55.25 USD
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38 Cushman, Ralph B. Jesse Chisholm: Texas Trail Blazer and Sam Houston's Trouble-Shooter
Austin, TX Eakin Press 1992 1571680322 / 9781571680327 3rd PB Printing Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket Sm4to from 9" to 11" Cushman, Russell 
xiv, 246 pp, blu-yel-tan-black wraparound color illustrated SC wraps. Chisholm was Sam Houston's trouble shooter, an unassuming man who lived in the twilight zone between the two races. Chisholm was quarter Cherokee Indian. The author met Col. Andrew Jackson Houston, when he was still in his early teens. Col. Houston was the son of Sam Houston and had known Chisholm personally. 
Price: 15.94 USD
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39 Dana, Anna M. Under the Texas Sun : Adventures of a Young Cowpuncher
College Station, TX Texas A & M University Press 1986 0890962847 / 9780890962848 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall Lea, Tom 
x, 97 pp, orange cloth covered boards w/brown lettering, glossy wht dj w/orange-brown illustrated front cover w/bronw-yel lettering. The chapter opening drawings were adapted by permission of the artist, Tom Lea. The story of young boy who grows to be a young man herding cows on Texas' frontier ranges. "Mac" Vernon works at the Half Circle Six ranch near San Angelo. These are the adventures of the young cowboy collected by his daughter, Anna Manns Dana. 
Price: 27.63 USD
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40 Dickenson, James R. HOME ON THE RANGE a Century on the High Plains
New York, NY Scribner 1955 0689121946 / 9780689121944 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo Photos 
HB. Near Fine/Near Fine. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo. 304 pp, Chronicles the drama of the settling & development of the High Plains. The towns & farms are disappearing due to technology. Book examines past hundred years of life on High Plains through prism of author's own hometown. History of MaDonald, Kansas is story of hundreds of other Western towns. 
Price: 5.91 USD
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