THE DRY DIVIDE by Ralph Moody

THE DRY DIVIDE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This continues the autobiography begun by Little and carries the hero from his sharecropper days in the wheat fields of Kansas to the transport business, hauling grain and on to the cattle business. The obstacles to eventual success are numerous, but the youth who was ""greener than a frog"" in that first summer of 1919, comes through admirably. A good and authentic picture of the rugged life in Dry Divide.

Pub Date: Jan. 7th, 1962
ISBN: 0803282168
Publisher: Norton