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The Real Wild West
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The Real Wild West

By Michael Wallis

Amazon Review: Like Cody before them, the Millers took their cues from the frontier, largely because they played a significant part in its conquest. The family's rambunctious Kentuckian patriarch, George Washington Miller, abandoned the bluegrass of his home state to raise cattle on the greener pastures of the plains. His sons followed suit, but in 1905, a rodeo at the 101, their 100,000-acre-plus Oklahoma ranch, for the National Editorial Association led to a new career in popular entertainment. Within a decade, film producer Thomas Ince had set up shop nearby, utilizing talent from the 101 for his westerns. (It was Ince's mysterious death, combined with revelations of financial chicanery, that ultimately destroyed the enterprise in the 1920s.)" This large 672-page paperback book shows very light wear on the edges. Otherwise the book is perfect. [removed][removed]


Millennium 2000 by Time Inc.
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Millennium 2000 by Time Inc.

By Time Inc.

This 160-page hardcover book is Time Inc.'s depiction of the Millennium year. Filled with photographs and historical events. [removed][removed][removed][removed]