This authentic and highly readable account of cowboy life in South Dakota in the early years of this century, told by one...

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DAKOTA COWBOY

This authentic and highly readable account of cowboy life in South Dakota in the early years of this century, told by one who lived through those days himself as a cowboy, holds little gunplay and nothing of trigger-happy sheriff. Instead it tells of life on a new cattle range, of cattle and the men who herded them. Well told and unadorned, Dakota Cowboy should find a temporary place on the shelves of lending libraries and a permanent one in Western historical libraries.

Pub Date: Oct. 3, 1958

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Publisher: Putnam

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1958