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The Legend Makers

By Drago, Harry Sinclair

Published by Dodd Mead, CR 1975, 1st edition, 239 pages with index. Dust jacket has plastic, all is very good. Tales of the Old Time Peace Officer, desperadoes of the frontier. B&W photos. Western americana, lawmen, outlaws, desperadoes, western law.. Hard Cover.

$30.00

America - The Men and Their Guns That Made Her Great

By Boddington, Craig

Published by Petersen Publishing CR 1981, 1st edition, 186 pages with index and bibliography. Dust jacket and book are good+. B&W illustrations. History of guns and their role in the making of the West. Firearms, Western Americana, guns, gunfighters, rifles, sheriffs, lawmen.. Hard Cover.

$24.00

A Dynasty of Western Outlaws

By Wellman, Paul

New York: Doubleday Dust jacket has slight tears. CR 1961, title page date 1961. 384 pages with index. Good+ condition. Illustrated by Lorance Bjorklund, illustrated endpapers with outlaws. A history of lawlessness in the Mid-west: Dalton gang, Doolin gang, Belle Starr, Younger brothers - all the way to Pretty Boy Floyd.. Stated First Edition. Harad Cover.

$25.00

The Rawhide Years

By Vernam, Glenn R

New York: Doubleday A history of the cattlemen and cattle country. Dust jacket with mylar, title date 1976, CR 1976, 227 pages with index, black and white illustrations, with 3 maps. Author was one of the last old-time cowboys who grew up with cattlemen, cattle drives, horse breeders, saddlemakers, blacksmiths, etc. All very good condition.. Stated first Edition. Hard Cover.

$24.00

The Code of the West

By L'Aloge, Bob

New Mexico: Yucca Tree Press Illustrated by Marsha Adams, B & J Publishers distributed by Yucca Tree Press, CR 1992, x-library with stamps. 106 pages. A collection of author's Old West weekly columns plus episodes never before published. A little known story of Billy the Kid first published in December 1881 in the Las Vegas Daily Optic.. First Printing. Soft Cover.

$12.00

First Across the Continent
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First Across the Continent

By Brooks, Noah

New York: Charles Scribners Sons The Exploring expedition of Lewis and Clark in 1803-4-5, title page 1901, CR 1901, published in Octrober 1901.365 pages with index. Green decorated front cover with a head of a buffalo and black and gilt lettering, spine is gilt lettering with a teepe. Slightly loose frontis, illustrated. There are black and white illustrations throughout the book (24) and a couple of maps. Page 294 to 298 is loose but complete.. First Edition. Hard Cardboard.

$55.00

The Look of the Old West

By Foster-Harris

New York: Bonanza Books Illustrated by Evelyn Curro. Dust jacket with mylar, X-library with usual markings, no pocket in back, CR MCMLV (1955) with (G) on CR page, 316 pages with index and bibliography, black and white sketches of clothes of that era, barbed wire, saddles, transportation vehicles, weapons, horse trappings, etc. A book full of western minutiae - little things of how the people, animals and things of the Old West looked and acted.. Hard Cover.

$22.00

Wonderous Times On The Frontier
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Wonderous Times On The Frontier

By Brown, Dee

Little Rock, Arkansas: August House Publishers Dust jacket and book very good condition. CR 1991, 324 pages with index and notes. America during the 1800's brought to life by a master frontier storyteller. To know what the frontier past was really like one only needs to turn to the words of those who lived them. They tell us what they believed in, how they endured, how they used humor - both light and dark - in order to survive the burdens of their world. Dee Brown is a master at making you feel like you are living their life.. Stated first Edition. Hard Cover.

$18.00

Annie Oakley of the Wild West
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Annie Oakley of the Wild West

By Havighurst, Walter

Castle Books Dust jacket and book very good condition. Illustrated endpapers. CR 1954, this edition 2003. 246 pages with black and white photos. The first full account of the fifty gloriously happy years Anne spent as the wife of Frank Butler - he was also an excellent sharpshooter. The author follows their travels with the Wild West Show and Buffalo Bill Cody.. Hard Cover.

$24.00

Lewis and Clark Partners in Discovery

By Bakeless, John

New York: William Morrow Title page 1947, CR 1947. X-Library with stamps, numbers and pocket in back. Has been rebound with library binding, 498 pages with index. Black and white maps by George A. Berk. Two Portraits, black and white sketches by George Catlin. Charles Bodmer pintings that have been reproduced. This is a biography of Lewis & Clark - not a study in local history, and he has not fictionalized or invented conversation. All has been gleaned from correspondence, diaries, etc. A very easy read full of material unknown before. . Hard Cover.

$28.00

Narrative of Samuel Hancock. 1845-1860

By Hancock, Samuel

Published by Robert McBride CR 1927, title date MCMXXVII, 1st edition, 217 pages. Map of Oregon Trail, reproduction from Mitchell's 1846 atlas. Introduction by Arthur D. Howden Smith. A typical pioneer of the day, good, reliable, fine co urage, a leader. Little is known of Hancock's origins. Western Americana, native americans, indians, autobiography.. Hard Cover.

$60.00

Wells Fargo - Advancing the American Front

By Hungerford, Edward., Black & White Illustrations

New York: Random House, 1949 Cloth. Stated 3rd printing, 274 pages with index. Turbulent history of the Great West Enterprise that began during the gold rush of 1849, operated its mails by pony express, pioneered daring stagecoac h lines and today, prospers in American banks and transportation. Dust jacket has tears, price clipped, illustrated covers, B&W illustrations, all good+. Pony Express, Western Americana, native americ ans, indians, stagecoaches, mail, Wells Fargo.. Hard Cover.

$18.00

Gentlemen, Swords and Pistols

By Kane, Harnett J

New York: William Morrow Dust jacket slight tears, CR 1951, title date 1951, 306 pages. Chronicle of dueling in the Old South of the 1800's with the likes of Henry Clay, Sam Houston, etc. Illustrated by Ralph Ray. All good+ condition.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$30.00

On The Old West Coast
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On The Old West Coast

By Bartlett, Lanier (edited by)

Being Further Reminiscences of a Ranger, Major Horace Bell. Dust jacket has tears, illustrated endpapers, B&W illustrations in book. Covers are good. Grosset & Dunlap, CR is 1930 by Literary Guild. 33 6 pages with index. Western Americana, Texas Rangers, Biography.. Hard Cover.

$38.00

The Lewis and Clark Trail

By Satterfield, Archie

Stackpole Books Retracing America's Most Adventurous Journey. Illustrated by Marily Weber. Dust jacket and book are in good+ condition. CR 1978, 2nd printing April 1981. 224 pages with 9 maps with a key to the maps. In 1975, the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation issued an environmental impact statement for the proposed Lewis and Clark National Historical Trail of 3,700 miles. Follow the wilderness adventures of the original expedition with a modern American family who retraces the historic trail. Text cuts.. Hard Cover.

$30.00

Life, times and Treacherous Death of Jesse James

By Triplett, Frank

Longmeadow Press CR 1970 Swallow Press, this is 1992 edition by Longmeadow Press. Dust jacket is good but has a large partial sticker on the front of it. 344 pages with index and black and white photos. Information was obtained from Jesse's wife and mother. Largely controversial as Triplet's book favored Jesse and was less favorable toward Governor Crittenden.. Hard Cover.

$18.00

Lewis & Clark

By Ferris, Robert G. (Series Editor)

Washington, D. C.: U. S. Department of Interior Historic Places Associated with their Transcontinental Exploration 1804-06. National Park Service, CR 1975. Volume XIII National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings. Color frontis of Charles M. Russell's painting of "Captain Lewis Meeting with the Shoshonis". 429 pages with notes, art and pictures credits and bibliography. Black and white photos, sepia maps. A wonderful guide to locations of Lewis & Clark sites - text gives all the history and descriptions you need to enjoy the entire trek that they made. Tan covers with picture of mountain on front cover. Very good condition.. Hard Cover.

$55.00

The Boy Emigrants

By Brooks, Noah

Published by Scribner, Armstrong, CR 1876, CR 1876, title page date 1877, 309 pages with 6 ads. Illustrated by Thomas Moran and W. L. Sheppard. Green decorated covers, slightly dark, corners slightly bumped and slight wear, overall good+. About early Overland travel to California. 1st edition. Western Americana, California, Overland Trail.. Hard Cover.

$90.00

The Longhorns

By Dobie, J. Frank

Published by Bramhall House, New York, CR MCMXLI with "B" on CR page, 388 pages with index. Dust jacket has tears, slight soil to covers, color illustration on title page and others B&W by Tom Lea. Western Americana, cattle, longhorn cattle, cattle drives.. Hard Cover.

$25.00

The Buffalo

By Haines, Francis

Published by Thomas Crowell, CR 1970, CR 1970, 1st edition, 242 pages with index. Dust jacket has tears, front and back endpapers torn out, tape mark on front and back covers, o/w good. Story of American Bison and their hunters from prehistoric ti me to the present. Western Americana, buffalo, bison, native americans, indians.. HARD COVER.

$24.00

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