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by Mari Sandoz

  • ISBN: 0803258828
  • Author: Mari Sandoz
  • ePub ver: 1977 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1977 kb
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 527
  • Publisher: University of Nebraska Press; Later printing edition (March 1, 1978)
  • Formats: lrf txt mobi azw
  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
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The Cattlemen: From the Rio Grande across the Far Marias. 2nd ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Cattlemen: From the Rio Grande across the Far Marias. The Christmas of the Phonograph Records. Crazy Horse: The Strange Man of the Oglalas. Hostiles and Friendlies: Selected Short Writings of Mari Sandoz. Letters of Mari Sandoz. Love Song to the Plains. Miss Morissa: Doctor of the Gold Trail.

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The whole story is here, long but never dull, written with humor and understatement.

The Cattlemen is the story of the cattle industry in America and of the men whose ranches reached from the Rio Grande into Montana, from the early Spanish days to Mari Sandoz's contemporary times.

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The story of cattle in America and of the men whose ranches reached from the Rio Grande to the vast regions of Montana.

bound in blue-green cloth, spine lettering gilt. A very nice copy in unclipped pictorial dust jacket. The story of cattle in America and of the men whose ranches reached from the Rio Grande to the vast regions of Montana. bound in blue-green cloth, spine lettering gilt.

The Cattlemen is the story of the cattle industry in America and of the men whose ranches reached from the Rio . The Cattlemen is the story of the cattle industry in America and of the men whose ranches reached from the Rio Grande into Montana, from the early Spanish days to Mari Sandoz’s contemporary times

The resulting book was Old Jules, published under the name Mari Sandoz, which . The Cattlemen: From the Rio Grande Across the Far Marias. Mari Sandoz and the University of Nebraska. Prairie Schooner 55 (Spring 1981):253–62. Stauffer, Helen Winger.

The resulting book was Old Jules, published under the name Mari Sandoz, which she had resumed using in 1929. In 1933, malnourished and in poor health, she moved back home to the Sand Hills to stay with her mother. Every major publishing house in the United States had rejected Old Jules. New York: Hastings House, 1958. Son of the Gamblin' Man: The Youth of an Artist.

Published by Hastings House, New York, 1958. Condition: Near Fine Hardcover. Advance Presentation issue specifically selected for our friends in the book trade and signed by the author under that statement on the second leaf of the book. From Timothy Norlen Bookseller (Santa Barbara, CA, . Price: US$ 27. 0 Convert Currency. Green cloth with blind stamp to front board and gold lettering to spine is clean, fresh and bright. Textblock clean, tight and square.

"This thundering book by the author of Old Jules is the story of the vast cattle industry of the American West; stupendous in length, concept, and achievement, it is the result of a lifetime of knowledge and research. . . . The whole story is here, long but never dull, written with humor and understatement."-Kirkus Service "Here, tough as whang leather, nourishing as pemmican, turbulent as Dodge City on a Saturday night in the late 1870s, is what time may well decide is the definitive history of the founding and flourishing of the cattle industry on this continent. . . . This splendid book says more (and says it better) about the most romantic figures of the old West than dozens of other books that have ranged over this familiar ground. Mari Sandoz has given herself room to move with tremendous drive and scholarship."-Victor P. Hass, Chicago Sunday Tribune "Drawing the fullest flavor from her expert descriptive technique, Mari Sandoz has written a regional history to stand among the best of its kind."-Library Journal
Comments (2)

blac wolf
good book
Ance
This is an excellent history of the cattle business starting with the open range era. No historian of the West should be without it.

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