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1 Soule, Gardner The Long Trail: How Cowboys & Longhorns Opened the West
New York, NY McGraw-Hill Book Company 1976 0070597650 / 9780070597655 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Frontispiece by Bugbee, Harold D. & Photos Inscribed & SIGNED By Author
xii, 341 pp, quarterbound w/blu boards w/red spine w/blind stamped front cover & silver lettering on the spine, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the recto of the frontispiece, wht dj w/blu-red lettering w/black illustrated front cover. The frontispiece is by Harold D. Bugbee. The book is inscribed to Bill Danforth, Jr.. The author acknowledges William Paul and Frances Louise Mueller Danforth, and their sons Billy, Donald, and Douglas in his acknowledgments. This is the story of how cowboys and longhorns opened the west over the trails criss-crossing east/west and north/south routes whever the going was easiest for the longhorn cattle and the cowboys who drove them. The trail wound from the Gulf coast area of Brownsville, Texas to Calgary, Alberta. After the Civil War the cattle was the only cash crop in sight for Texans to buy and bring in what they needed to survive. 
Price: 331.50 USD
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2 Soule, Gardner The Long Trail: How Cowboys & Longhorns Opened the West
New York, NY McGraw-Hill Book Company 1976 0070597650 / 9780070597655 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Frontispiece by Bugbee, Harold D. & Photos Inscribed & SIGNED By Author
xii, 341 pp, quarterbound w/blu boards w/red spine w/blind stamped front cover & silver lettering on the spine, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the recto of the frontispiece, wht dj w/blu-red lettering w/black illustrated front cover. The frontispiece is by Harold D. Bugbee. The book is inscribed to Bill Danforth, Jr.. The author acknowledges William Paul and Frances Louise Mueller Danforth, and their sons Billy, Donald, and Douglas in his acknowledgments. This is the story of how cowboys and longhorns opened the west over the trails criss-crossing east/west and north/south routes whever the going was easiest for the longhorn cattle and the cowboys who drove them. The trail wound from the Gulf coast area of Brownsville, Texas to Calgary, Alberta. After the Civil War the cattle was the only cash crop in sight for Texans to buy and bring in what they needed to survive. 
Price: 331.50 USD
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