The Longest Rope - the truth About the Johnson County Cattle War

By: Baber, D. F. as told by Walker, Bill

Price: $102.00

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Book Condition: Good+


320 pp, light brown clothcovered boards w/gilt illustration on the front panel and spine, light-dark brown endpaper illustrations of map the portray the scene of the Johnson County War in Wyoming. The story of William Walker, cowpoke, trapper, scout, guide, and freighter, who knew his Western trails. It is the story of the Johnson County Cattle War - the conflict which marks the dividing line betweem the old West , under the rule of the big cattle kings and the new West of the pioneer homesteader. Bill Walker was the only surviving witness to the battle between the cattlemen and the homesteaders, which took place at the K.C. ranch on Powder River on April 9, 1892. Prev owner

Title: The Longest Rope - the truth About the Johnson County Cattle War

Author Name: Baber, D. F. as told by Walker, Bill

Illustrator: Hall, R. H.

Categories: Non-Fiction, History, Americana,

Publisher: Caldwell, ID, Caxton Printers Ltd: 1947

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+

Jacket Condition: Fair

Type: Book

Size: Sm4to from 9" to 11"

Seller ID: 051378

Keywords: Johnson County Cattle War Cattlemen Nester Old West Wyoming Hangings Range Americana