Author: Ike Blasingame
"Here is one of the most gripping Western tales since Andy Adams' "The Log of a Cowboy" was published in 1903. The telling is considerably like Adams' - warm, human, flavorful. The author, a one-time Matador ranch cowboy, ...lived his story, and he tells it straight in the language of the cow country without contrivance." New York Times.
"Many of the cowboys who have written about their experiences never really looked at any wider segment of the cattle business than was visible between their horses' ears, but Ike Blasingame did. He paints a big picture without omitting details." New York Herald Tribune
Book condition: New
Number of Pages: 322
(Bison Books, January 1, 1964)
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