By Theodore Roosevelt.
Illustrated by Frederic Remington.
Theodore Roosevelt's own account of his time as a ranch hand in 1890s Dakota Territory. The book contains two articles from The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine: Frontier Types , originally published in the October, 1888, issue and In Cowboy-Land , published in the June, 1893, issue.
By Virginia Reed Murphy A Personal Narrative of the Overland Trip to California 1846-47 with Illustrations by Frederic Remington and others. The Donner story, in which eighty-three pioneers were snowbound in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California in 1846, is a prime example of the...
Images of African American Cavalry Campaigning in the American WestSoft cover collection of nine black and white 9" X 12" Buffalo Soldier Prints on acid free paper. A Tumble From The Trail A Halt To Tighten The Packs A Campfire Sketch The Sign Language Marching...
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...