FARDNER OF THE WIND by Thorp. Jack -- as told to Neil McCullough Clark

FARDNER OF THE WIND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

My a sure-enough cowhand a miscellany of cowboy and cow pony yarns of the old west in ""them thar days"" ...Authentic material in the vennacular providing robust, entertaining reading. Singing on the range and the mixed origins of western ballade; stories of cow horses, wild and tamed; of the run on the newly opened Oklahoma territory; of horse racing and a 500 mile marathon to Omaha; of outlaws and men on the dodge; of cowboy huror, chuck and gear; of he yearly calendar of the herd. Indigenous material which is fully seasoned and which re-introduce famous figures such as Belle Gtarr, Roy Bean, Billy the kid. etc.

Pub Date: May 15th, 1945
Publisher: Caxton