2 edition of Trailing the cowboy, his life and lore as told by frontier journalists. found in the catalog.
Trailing the cowboy, his life and lore as told by frontier journalists.
Clifford Peter Westermeier
|LC Classifications||F596 W5|
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|Number of Pages||414|
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Trailing the Cowboy: His Life and Lore as Told by Frontier Journalists by Clifford P. Westermeier (pp. ) Review by: Ted R. Worley DOI: / Look for a wonderful collection gathered by Clifford Westermeier, Trailing the Cowboy: His Life and Lore as Told by Frontier Journalists.
Published in by Caxton Printers of Caldwell, Idaho, the book is unfortunately long out-of-print. If you chance upon a copy at a used bookstore, snap it up for some excellent old-time journalism. Trailing the Cowboy: His Life and Lore as Told by Frontier Journalists by Clifford P.
Westermeier (pp. For all its roughness, Deep Trails in the Old West is a rich resource of frontier lore, customs, and manners, told by a man who saw the Old West at its wildest—and lived to tell the tale /5(10).
More than just an entertaining and informative narrative of his Wild West adventures, Clifford’s memoir also paints a picture of how ranchers and ordinary folk lived, worked, and stayed alive. Trailing the Cowboy: His Life and Lore as Told By Frontier Journalists () by Clifford P.
Westermeier includes the early version of the poem, in a chapter of poetry, "Buckaroo Rhymes." One review from describes the story-filled book, "The title of. Clifford P. Westermeier has compiled and edited a page book, Trailing the Cowboy—His Life and Lore as Told by Frontier Journalists, published by Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho, in From newspapers, periodicals, books, letters, and diaries, the author.
Born inJohn Menham Wightman came to Cimarron, New Mexico, at the age of eleven. Seventy years and several name changes later Frank Wallace, a retired councilman in Emporia, Kansas, left an account of tales that hed never told his family: 20 years drifting across Texas and New Mexicos high plains and parched mountains/5.
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In the preface to his book The Cowboy Legend: Owen Wister’s Virginian and the Canadian-American Frontier (University of Calgary Press, pages), Jennings credits the stories as sparking an Author: Eric Volmers, Calgary Herald.
Clifford Westermeier, in his classic Trailing the Cowboy, His Life and Lore as Told by Frontier Journalists, describes the virtues of the cowboy in virtually the same language, but he did mean it as praise, not folly. TRAILING THE COWBOY: His Life and Lore As Told by Frontier Journalists.
Caxton Printers, pages. 1st printing / edition. Hardcover. Pictorial endpapers. B&W illustrations. Bibliography. Index. Good+. Gently used Ex-library copy, decimal numbers bottom of the spine, tiny library stamp of a seminary.
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