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161 GRANT, BRUCE WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY JACKIE & FIORE MASTRI AND COVER BY CLARK BRONSON. The Cowboy Encyclopedia: The Old And New West From The Open Range To The Dude Ranch.
Rand McNally & Company, Chicago: 1951. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. 
Here at last is the complete and perfect book for everyone who wants to know "all about cowboys" -- a fascinating roundup of hundreds of facts of all kinds about cowboy life and lore from the days of the open range to the modern dude ranch. It tells about the cowboy's clothes, his work, his horse, his rope, his six-shooter, his "lingo"; about roundups, cattle drives, famous "bad men" and gunfighters, Indians and buffaloes, and life on the range. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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162 GRAY, PAUL BRYAN. Forster Vs. Pico: The Struggle For The Rancho Santa Margarita.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2002. h Hardcover, no dustjacket (as issued). Brand new book. 
During 1873 a jury trial took place in San Diego to decide whether Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of California, had been the victim of a fraud by his brother-in-law, John Forster. Pico claimed title to the huge Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores land grant in southern California, located approximately 208 square miles north of San Diego on the California coastline, and today occupied by Camp Pendleton. Pico's battle to retain that grant in the face of formidable legal challenges from John Forster and others, provides an absorbing view of California during its transitional era and Americanization. The introductory chapters are a sweeping view of early California history with an account of the important roles the Pico family and John Forster played in it. Based on meticulous research, including many records, letters, and photographs never before published, the intimate lives and foibles of some of California's most colorful historical figures are examined in unprecedented detail. After a full description of the trial, a definitive analysis of the evidence is given which proves that the controversial verdict should have been different. The underlying circumstances and motives of the struggle between Forster and Pico are fully explained. 
Price: 28.03 USD
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163 GRAYBILL, ANDREW R. Policing The Great Plains: Rangers, Mounties, And The North American Frontier, 1875 - 1910.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2007. Published in cooperation with the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
In the late nineteenth century, the Teqxas Rangers and Canada's North-West Mounted Police were formed to bring the resource-rich hinterlands at either end of the Great Plains under governmental control. Native and rural peoples often found themselves squarely in the path of this westward expansion and the law enforcement agents that led the way. Though separated by nearly two thousand miles, the Rangers and Mounties performed nearly identical functions, including subjugating Indigenous groups; dispossessing peoples of mixed ancestry; defending the property of big cattlemen; and policing industrial disputes. Yet the means by which the two forces achieved these ends sharply diverged; while the Rangers often relied on violence, the Mounties usually exercised restraint, a fact that highlights some of the fundamental differences between the U.S. and Canadian Wests. Policing the Great Plains presents the first comparative history of the two most famous constabularies in the world. Andrew R. Graybill is an assistant professor of history at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. "Graybill may be an academic, but his accessible and breezy writing style is anything but. Policing the Great Plains should have popular appeal on both sides of the 49th parallel and will challenge widely held beliefs. It is thoroughly researched, amply endnoted, and contains an extensive bibliography of primary and secondary sources."—Mark Dworkin, Wild West Historical Association Journal "Relevant issues, fascinating changes, solid research, and insightful views make this work one that will help quiet a perennial question: What ever happened to frontier history?"—Richard A. Van Orman, Journal of American History "Fascinating and important."—Sheila McManus, Western Historical Quarterly "Admirably clear, concise, and humane, this is the kind of comparative and transnational history that many historians have called for, but few have written."—David J. Weber, author of Barbaros: Spaniards and Their Savages in the Age of Enlightenment "In this model of comparative history, Andrew R. Graybill gives us a sweeping new look, smart and insightful, at two frontier institutions heavily encrusted with legend and lore. Through his eyes the Rangers and Mounties teach us plenty, paradoxically, about both the different characters of their two emerging nations and a common process of modern state-making."—Elliott West, author of The Contested Plains: Indians, Goldseekers, and the Rush to Colorado "This lively, engaging history throws new light on old myths by comparing two icons of the North American West. The book will appeal to all readers with an interest in the connected past of the Great Plains that Canada and the U.S. share."—Sarah Carter, author of Capturing Women: The Manipulation of Cultural Imagery in Canada's Prairie West 
Price: 23.70 USD
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164 GREENE, JEROME A.; HEDREN, PAUL L. (FOREWORD) Stricken Field: The Little Bighorn Since 1876.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2008. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The first comprehensive history of this hallowed site in fifty years The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is the site of one of America's most famous armed struggles, but the events surrounding Custer's defeat there in 1876 are only the beginning of the story. As park custodians, American Indians, and others have contested how the site should be preserved and interpreted for posterity, the Little Bighorn has turned into a battlefield in more ways than one. In Stricken Field, one of America's foremost military historians offers the first comprehensive history of the site and its administration in more than half a century. Jerome A. Greene has produced a compelling account of one of the West's most hallowed and controversial attractions, beginning with the battle itself and ending with the establishment of an American Indian memorial early in the twenty-first century. Chronicling successive efforts of the War Department and the National Park Service to oversee the site, Greene describes the principal issues that have confounded its managers, from battle observances and memorials to ongoing maintenance, visitor access, and public use. Stricken Field is a cautionary tale. Greene elucidates the conflict between the Park Service's dual mission to provide public access while preserving the integrity of a historical resource. He also traces the complex events surrounding the site, including Indian protests in the 1970s and 1980s that ultimately contributed to the 2003 dedication of a monument finally recognizing the Lakotas, Northern Cheyennes, and other American Indians who fought there. Paul L. Hedren is a retired National Park Service superintendent residing in Omaha, Nebraska. He is the author of Fort Laramie and the Great Sioux War and, most recently, We Trailed the Sioux: Enlisted Men Speak on Custer, Crook, and the Great Sioux War. Jerome A. Greene is retired as Research Historian for the National Park Service. He is the author of numerous books, including Stricken Field: The Little Bighorn since 1876, Battles and Skirmishes of the Great Sioux War, 1876-1877: The Military View; Lakota and Cheyenne: Indian Views of the Great Sioux War, 1876-1877; and Morning Star Dawn: The Powder River Expedition and the Northern Cheyennes, 1876, all published by the University of Oklahoma Press. 
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165 GREY, ZANE. Wyoming.
Ian Henry Publications, Hornchurch: 1985. 0860251101 / 9780860251101 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Dustjacket has some discolartions due to age. 

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166 GREY, ZANE. Wyoming.
Ian Henry Publications, Hornchurch: 1985. 0860251101 / 9780860251101 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Dustjacket has some discolartions due to age. 

Price: 31.11 USD
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167 GRONEBERG, TOM. The Secret Life Of Cowboys.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2004. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
In this classic memoir, a young man facing a future he doesn't want to claim has an inspiration—Go West. Tom Groneberg leaves behind friends and family, follows his heart, and heads to a resort town in the Colorado Rockies, where he earns his spurs as a wrangler leading tourists on horseback. Later, Groneberg moves to Montana, where he works for wages at a number of ranches before buying his own ranch. Demystifying the image of cowboys as celluloid heroes, The Secret Life of Cowboys is a coming-of-age story as stunning as the land itself and a revealing look at America's last frontier. Tom Groneberg and his wife, Jennifer, have lived and worked in four Montana locales, managed a ranch, and introduced their three sons to cowboy life. Today they live in northwest Montana, where Tom has a day job on a working cattle ranch. "Coupling wide-eyed eagerness and stark honesty, Tom Groneberg reveals both the exhilaration and the cost of following a dream. It's a love story of the land, a way of life, and of life itself. For showing us that love, in its dark corners as well as at its brightest moments, Groneberg is to be congratulated. And to be read. Above all, to be read." ---Pete Fromm, author of Indian Creek Chronicles and How All This Started "Beautiful, brave, and bare, The Secret Life of Cowboys opens the heart to the callous life of ranching. Tom Groneberg's . . . words are like barbed wire, catching phrases, snagging lines, drawing blood."—Big Sky Journal 
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168 GRUEN, J. PHILIP. Manifest Destinations: Cities And Tourists In The Nineteenth-century American West.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2014. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Tourists started visiting the American West in sizable numbers after the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads were completed in 1869. Contemporary travel brochures and guidebooks of the 1870s sold tourists on the spectacular scenery of the West, and depicted its cities as extensions of the natural landscape—as well as places where efficient business operations and architectural grandeur prevailed—all now easily accessible thanks to the relative comfort of transcontinental rail travel. Yet as people flocked to western cities, it was the everyday life that captured their interest—the new technologies, incessant clatter, and all the upheaval of modern metropolises. In Manifest Destinations, J. Philip Gruen examines the ways in which tourists experienced Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco between 1869 and 1893, a period of rapid urbanization and accelerated modernity. Gruen pays particular attention to the contrast between the way these cities were promoted and the way visitors actually experienced them. Guidebooks made Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco seem like picturesque environments sprinkled with civilized buildings and refined people. But Gruen's research in diaries, letters, and traveler narratives shows that tourists were interested—as tourists usually are—in the unexpected encounters that characterize city life. Visitors relished the cities' unfamiliar storefronts and advertising, public transit systems, ethnic diversity, and multiple dwellings in all their urban messiness. They thrust themselves into the noise, danger, and cacophony. Western cities did not always live up to the marketing strategies of guidebooks, but the western cities' fast pace and many novelties held extraordinary appeal to visitors from the East Coast and abroad. In recounting lively anecdotes, and by focusing on tourist perceptions of everyday life in western cities, Gruen shows how these cities developed the economy of tourism to eventually encompass both the urban and the natural West. J. Philip Gruen is Associate Professor in the School of Design and Construction at Washington State University, Pullman. He is the author of numerous published articles in American urban history, architecture, and tourism. "In this book, J. Philip Gruen provocatively reenvisions tourism in the late-nineteenth-century West. He shows that most travelers, urged to contemplate the West's beckoning landscapes, visited instead the West's cities. Gruen sharply etches the discrepancies between romantic guidebook accounts and what travelers saw and thought about western urban places. Manifest Destinations offers a major reinterpretation of a messy, complex western tourism."—Richard W. Etulain, author of Re-imagining the Modern American West: A Century of Fiction, History, and Art and Does the Frontier Experience Make America Exceptional? "All aboard for this probing tour of four mushrooming western cities—Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco—in the late 1880s. With sharp, eloquent architectural and historical insights, J. Philip Gruen compares tourists' own accounts with what urban boosters proclaimed in glib guidebooks."—Thomas J. Noel, co-author of Historical Atlas of Colorado and author of Buildings of Colorado 
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169 GUICE, JOHN D. W. (EDITOR).; HOLMBERG, JAMES J.; GUICE, JOHN D. W. & BUCKLEY, JAY H. (CONTRIBUTIONS); WEST, ELLIOTT (FOREWORD); JENKINSON, CLAY S. (INTRODUCTION). By His Own Hand? The Mysterious Death Of Meriwether Lewis.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2006. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
The debate over the famous explorer's death examined from all sides. For two centuries the question has persisted: Was Meriwether Lewis's death a suicide, an accident, or a homicide? By His Own Hand? is the first book to carefully analyze the evidence and consider the murder-versus-suicide debate within its full historical context. The historian contributors to this volume follow the format of a postmortem court trial, dissecting the case from different perspectives. A documents section permits readers to examine the key written evidence for themselves and reach their own conclusions. John D. W. Guice is Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Southern Mississippi. James J. Holmberg is Curator of Special Collections for the Filson Historical Society. Jay H. Buckley is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. Clay S. Jenkinson is the author of The Character of Meriwether Lewis. Elliott West is Professor of History at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 
Price: 19.90 USD
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170 GUILD, THELMA S.; CARTER, HARVEY L. Kit Carson: A Pattern For Heroes.
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: 1984. 0803221185 / 9780803221185 s Softcover. Good condition. 
Kit Carson was shown on the cover of an old dime novel slaying six Indians with one hand while protecting a fair maiden with the other. Stories about him, mainly apocryphal, circulated well before his death in 1868 and have been handed down in a multitude of biographies. [This is] the fullest, most authoritative biography of Kit Carson ever written. Includes an Index. 
Price: 12.11 USD
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171 GUTH, A. RICHARD; COHEN, STAN B. Red Skies Of '88: The 1988 Forest Fire Season In The Northern Rockies, The Northern Great Plains And The Greater Yellowstone Area.
Pictorial Histories Publishing, Missoula. 092952117X / 9780929521176 s Softcover. Brand new book. 
In the summer of 1988 smoke-filled red skies were common in the region. Over 250 photos, mostly color. 
Price: 11.83 USD
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172 HADLEY, C. J. (COMPILER & EDITOR). The Romance And Reality Of Ranching: Stories Of, By & For Cowboys & Sheepherders.
Purple Coyote Corp. & Range Magazine: 2003. 0974456306 / 9780974456300 First Edition (Unstated). s Softcover. Very good condition. 
This book is applause for the cowboys and sheepherders who care abiut critter and country. It is for the optimists, the people of courage and character who seldom complain despite adversity. It is for the real producers who bring low-cost, abundant and healthy food to millions. Highly illustrated with full color photographs. 
Price: 46.27 USD
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173 HAFEN, LEROY R.; DARY, DAVID (EDITOR). The Overland Mail: 1849-1869.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2004. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
In the development of the American West, no two decades were so full of romance and change as the years from the California gold rush of 1849 to the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in 1869. In two decades, the West was conquered and the secession movement rose and fell. From slow ox-team and prairie schooner to the dashing Pony Express, the overland mail service mirrored these monumental strides. Originally published in 1926, The Overland Mail was the first scholarly work to examine the impact of the postal service on the expansion of the West as the service evolved from a private endeavor to a government-contracted business. LeRoy R. Hafen details how the mail service tied West to East, influenced politics and economics, promoted use of the overland trails, aided in settlement, and helped usher in the railroads. This classic work is here available in paperback for the first time. In a new foreword, David Dary assesses Hafen's contributions as a writer and historian. 
Price: 18.95 USD
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174 HAHN, MARGIE E. Mineral County In Retrospect.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: . 0912299703 / 9780912299709 s Softcover. Brand new book. Signed by author 
This incredibly interesting new book documents the boom and bust nature of a rich part of western-most Montana's early history, from rambunctious gold mining camps to construction of the famed Mullan Road that provided the first major east-west road link across western Montana, the calamitous Great Burn of 1910, and the subsequent development of the region's forest industry as well as the building of two major railroads and an interstate highway through the mountainous area. It is the second title in Stoneydale Press' "Montana Legacy Series," an ongoing series of books intended to explore and record aspects of Montana history that have been largely overlooked or barely covered in past works. Stories and anecdotes cover major events in the area's history and in the county's major towns (there are no "cities" in Mineral County) of Alberton, Superior, St. Regis, DeBorgia, Haugan, Saltese and a wonderful story about the naming of the townsite of Taft. Issued in 5 1ŕ2 by 8 1ŕ2-inch softcover format, 160 pages, a foreword and 12 chapters, plus 60 historic photographs. Margie Hahn is also the author of the book "Mules & Mountains." 
Price: 12.54 USD
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175 HAHN, MARGIE E. Mules And Mountains: Walt Hahn, Forest Service Packer.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: 1993. 0912299568 / 9780912299563 s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Lots of reminisces and photographs in this wonderful, warm recollection of a Forest Service packer who worked long enough to both take in and, decades later, haul out many of the lookouts on several of Montana's national forests. Gives real insight into the hard work and dedication the early-day Forest Service workers put into building our national forests. Walt Hahn's career as a Forest Service packer took him, along with others whose stories he shares, and his beloved mule string into remote wilderness areas in the Montana and Idaho mountains as well as areas now close-by roads but which, when he first packed in and helped construct some of the lookouts, were remote and critical to protection against forest fires. In Mules and Mountains, Walt's wife, Margie, a writer, tells the story of his adventuresome career, offering insight and detail not only to the now by-gone way of life he experienced but the changes that took place in forestry and packing over his long career. Among the stories he tells are about first coming to Montana, finding work, packing, an incredibly smart and favorite mule named, ironically, Stupid, fighting forest fires, working with the Civilian Conservation Corps, and being part of the famous Navy Seabees construction battalion during World War II. One special chapter also provides a reminisce of a great highlight of his career, being part of a famous winter game count he made with several others on skis and snowshoes in the Idaho back country in the 1950s — one of the first such surveys made. 6 x 9 inch format, 142 pages, 50 photographs. 
Price: 12.30 USD
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176 HAHN, MARGIE E. Mules And Mountains: Walt Hahn, Forest Service Packer.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: . 091229955X / 9780912299556 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Lots of reminisces and photographs in this wonderful, warm recollection of a Forest Service packer who worked long enough to both take in and, decades later, haul out many of the lookouts on several of Montana's national forests. Gives real insight into the hard work and dedication the early-day Forest Service workers put into building our national forests. Walt Hahn's career as a Forest Service packer took him, along with others whose stories he shares, and his beloved mule string into remote wilderness areas in the Montana and Idaho mountains as well as areas now close-by roads but which, when he first packed in and helped construct some of the lookouts, were remote and critical to protection against forest fires. In Mules and Mountains, Walt's wife, Margie, a writer, tells the story of his adventuresome career, offering insight and detail not only to the now by-gone way of life he experienced but the changes that took place in forestry and packing over his long career. Among the stories he tells are about first coming to Montana, finding work, packing, an incredibly smart and favorite mule named, ironically, Stupid, fighting forest fires, working with the Civilian Conservation Corps, and being part of the famous Navy Seabees construction battalion during World War II. One special chapter also provides a reminisce of a great highlight of his career, being part of a famous winter game count he made with several others on skis and snowshoes in the Idaho back country in the 1950s — one of the first such surveys made. 6 x 9 inch format, 142 pages, 50 photographs. 
Price: 17.05 USD
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177 HALL, TED S.; FRITZ, DR. HARRY W. (FOREWORD); BRABEC, DAVID (HIKE NARRATIVES); HALL, CHRISTINA (GRAPHICS); BOYLE, JOHANNA (EDITOR). The Trail Between The Rivers, Volume I: A Legacy Of The Lewis And Clark Expedition.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: 2004. 193129139X / 9781931291392 First Edition, Seventh Printing. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Something "new" and a largely "untold-in-detail-until-now" element about the historic Lewis & Clark Expedition - the story of their arduous trek by land rather than by river between Lemhi Pass at the headwaters of the Missouri River to the Weippe Prairie at the headwaters of the mighty Columbia River - unfolds in this big, all-color book telling that story - The Trail Between The Rivers. The book carries a subtitle of The Travels of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark; August 24th thru September 26 th , 1805." Written by Ted S. Hall of Missoula, Montana, who spent more than seven years personally reconnoitering the area involved and studying this aspect of the Corps of Discovery's trip, has written, photographed and mapped this heretofore neglected part of the expedition to produce a 172-page presentation that literally utilizes a licensed professional engineer's skills to "track" the Expedition across "these terrible mountains" to give contemporary insight into the hardships - and almost fatal hazards they encountered in this part of their trip. So insightful is Hall's new book that Dr. Harry Fritz, chairman of the Department of History at the University of Montana and an internationally recognized expert on the Lewis & Clark Expedition, said in his Foreword to the book that "Hall's study provides a definitive account of this heretofore overlooked region." Fritz also said that while dozens of new books have introduced thousands of readers to the heroic transcontinental trek of the Corps of Discovery, "few of these books are as valuable as this one." Dozens of maps and photographs highlight Hall's commentary in a day-by-day presentation of the 407-mile westward land trail covered by the Corps from Camp Fortunate at the headwaters of the Beaverhead River west of present-day Dillon, Montana, to Canoe Camp on the Clearwater River near Orofino, Idaho. Author Hall notes that the stunning graphics correlating photographs with maps of the trek presented in his new book in direct relation to those drawn by Captain William Clark were done by Cristina Randall Hall of Pleasanton, California, and Dr. David O. Brabec, a history education graduate of the University of Montana who now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, accomplished much of the book's "ground-truthing" in which more than 95 locations have been identified so one can stand "in the footsteps" of the Corps of Discovery. The Trail Beween The Rivers contains 176 pages and was issued in an 81ŕ2 by 11-inch softcover format 
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178 HAM, RANDALL E. Buckeye In The Land Of Gold: The Letters And Journal Of William Dennison Bickham.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 1997. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Lively, detailed and reflective, William Dennison Bickham's California Gold Rush letters and diary are among the finest writings about the California Gold Rush. His account includes topics and characters largely ignored in other gold rush accounts. Bickham provides a detailed and intimate record of one man's experience enroute to, in and out of the mining camps. Bickham's account is now published for the first time in book form. His recounting of the voyage to San Francisco and his first months in the mines were described in letters sent to and originally printed in the Cincinnati Gazette. The second portion of his account is a journal, kept for his sisters in the east, of his experiences as a miner during the winter and spring of 1851 and as a customs inspector in San Francisco during the following summer and autumn of that year. Unique topics covered include friction between the Missouri "Jumpers" and the "Gentlemen Miners," the turmoil created by the Vigilantes, the San Francisco fire of June 22, 1851, the presence of Mormon families in the Northern Mines, and the lives and duties of San Francisco customs inspectors. An active member of the Whig party, Bickham records the electoral process in California from a local party meeting at Murderer's bar to the Statewide election of September 1851. Gold Rush frontier characters make regular appearances in Bickham's narrative, and epitomize his uncommon ability to bring to life events, places and people. His descriptions of jolly mountain man Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, Amazonian Mrs. Tubbs, hoydenish Sally Mayfield, saloon keeper/politician E. C. Cromwell, Sam Brannan and other frontier characters are vivid. Reflective musings allow a unique glimpse of the real Gold Rush experience: depression and stubborn optimism, longing for his family and keen interest in his surroundings. His is a vivid self-portrait by an intelligent and lively gold-seeker. Bickham was more articulate in his writings than most of his contemporaries, but shared the same moods, aspirations and experiences in a most dramatic era in frontier history. A handsome volume of 286 pages, containing an introduction, prologue, the journals, epilogue, notes, bibliography and index. Embellished with contemporary drawings, and two maps. Printed on acid-free paper and bound in linen cloth with foil stamped spine and front cover. Randall E. Ham, editor of the letters and journal, is an independent historian and investor since completing his doctoral degree. He is a native San Franciscan with a life-long fascination with the early history of San Francisco and California. He has previously published a book length work on Tudor-Stuart Britain. 
Price: 35.63 USD
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179 HAMES, H. L. (LEE). Rodeo: The Suicide Trail.
Pictorial Histories Publishing, Missoula: 1999. 1575100614 / 9781575100616 s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Rodeo is theonly professional sport that originated entirely within the United States. Describes the origin of Rodeos with over 60 photos. 
Price: 19.19 USD
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180 HAMILTON, W. T.; SIEBER, E. T. (EDITOR); RUSSELL, CHARLES M. (EIGHT FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS). My Sixty Years On The Plains: Trapping, Trading And Indian Fighting.
Time-Life Books, Alexandria: 0809440296 / 9780809440290 Reprint Edition. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very good condition. 
In writing this book the author had only one end in view, that of relating in a simple way his experiences as a mountaineer. His story also gives an account of three years of the life of the great scout and mountaineer, Bill Williams, one of the prominent figures in the early history of the plains. 
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