|Statement||by Shannon Garst and Warren Garst ; Emmett A. Betts, editor ; illustrations by Jack Merryweather|
|Series||The American adventure series, American adventure series (Chicago, Ill.)|
|Contributions||Garst, Warren, 1922-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The American Adventure Series: Cowboys and Cattle Trails hardback book by Warren and Shannon Garst. This book was published by Wheeler Publishing Co. in The book is in good condition - Library plate inside cover- some vintage wear and a stain on bottom of book (see photo), Binding and pages are Rating: % positive. Get this from a library! Cowboys and cattle trails,. [Shannon Garst; Warren Garst] -- John Benjamin Kendrick dreamed of becoming a cowboy, but he grew up to be a successful cattleman, a governor of Wyoming, and later, U.S. Senator. Abilene Bar XL began blizzard Boss Charlie brand bunk house cabin called camp campfire cattle cattlemen Chisholm Trail chuck wagon cook corral cow country cow hunt cow pony Eula exclaimed fellow fence foreman going Golden grazing ground herd moving Indian Jed Dorn John and Mac John answered John grinned John hurried John Kendrick John laughed.
Even though this book may be in the fictional section of the book store or library, this account by trail driver Andy Adams is one of the best. Andy Adams made many cattle drives from to At the age of 43, being disgusted with the unrealistic cowboy fiction of his day, he decided to tell his of own experiences on the trail. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Cowboys and cattle trails by, , Wheeler Pub. Co. edition, in English Cowboys and cattle trails ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Cowboys and cattle trails Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by LineK on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The Cattle Trails of the Old West. The cattle trails of the old west, including the Chisholm Trail and the Great Western Cattle Trail, were adventurous but also a business. The cattle of Texas and Oklahoma were not worth very much in Texas, because there were so many cows there. However, if cowboys could get their herds to the railroads in Kansas.
The Log of a Cowboy places the reader right in the middle of the birth, life, and end of cattle drive from texas to Montana. The reader is taken into the day to day If you are tired of the typical Hollywood trashy view of cowboys whoreing it up while on a silly shooting vendetta, then this book is a great way to reset that sterotypical view of 4/5. Many cowboys wore chaps on the outsides of their legs to help protect from sharp bushes and cacti that their horse may rub up against. Another important piece of clothing was the bandana which could be used to protect them from the dust kicked up by cattle. Cowboy Code The cowboys of the Old West had an unwritten code that they lived by. He settled on a ranch near Sheridan and raised cattle as a cowboy, ranch foreman, and later cattle company owner. Cowboys and Cattle Trails tells of the young Kendrick’s daring adventures and hard work along in the Old : Warren Garst. His book is a primer on how the cattle drive industry was developed, and tells individual stories of the men who turned Jesse Chisholm's freight trail into the longhorn highway. The book is still in print and a copy of the original can be read for free at