|Author:||Bruce Grant,Jackie and Fiore Mastri|
|Subcategory:||Dictionaries & Thesauruses|
|Publisher:||Checkerboard Pr; 1969 Edition edition (February 1974)|
|Other formats:||doc lit rtf mobi|
The vigorous spirit of the old, untrammeled West breathes through the pages of this book. Even the typeface is well-chosen
The vigorous spirit of the old, untrammeled West breathes through the pages of this book. With more than 600 entries and over 200 illustrations, it brings vividly to life the days when 'cattle was king,' and when the hard-riding, free-spirited cowboy, with his horse, his rope, and his gun, was 'winning the West' for the white man. There is endless fascination here for everyone, young or old, who loves American traditions, and who thrills to the spell of the West. Even the typeface is well-chosen.
Book is crisp, clean, and sharp. Price-clipped dust jacket has very light wear including small chips at top of spine and a large chip along bottom back. Inked name of former owner on rear pastedown page. Illustrated throughout with black-and-white drawings and several full-page color pictures; frontispiece art in rich color. Here are our closest matches for The Cowboy Encyclopedia: The Old and the New West from the Open Range to the Dude Ranch by Grant, Bruce; illustrated by Jackie and Firore Mastri. Description: Hardcover in dust jacket.
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the old and the new West from the open range to the dude ranch. Published 1951 by Rand McNally in Chicago. Bibliography: p. -. Classifications.
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The Cowboy Encyclopedia: The Old and the New West from the Open Range to the Dude Ranch. ISBN 9780528877100 (978-0-528-87710-0) Softcover, Checkerboard Pr, 1974. Learn More at LibraryThing. Bruce Grant at LibraryThing.
The vigorous spirit of the old, untrammeled West breathes through the pages of this book
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3 Decline of the open range and dissolution of the . Entrance to Grant–Kohrs ranch on the west side of the city of Deer Lodge; Powell County Fairgrounds visible in background.
3 Decline of the open range and dissolution of the Kohrs–Bielenberg Ranch (1877–1922). 4 Conrad K. Warren era (1922–1940). 5 Warren Hereford ranch (1940–1958). Con Warren wanted to sell the Grant–Kohrs portion of his ranch to the National Park Service as a historic landmark. In 1970 an agreement to sell the property to the park service was achieved with the proviso that it would be managed as a living ranch by the National Park Service. The original purchase involved 130 acres (. 3 km2) of the active Warren Hereford Ranch.
Most cowboys gave up the open trail life and were hired by private ranch owners in the West. They typically wore large hats with wide brims to protect them from the sun, boots to help them ride horses and bandanas to guard them from dust. Even though the cowboy’s role began to decline in the 1920s, Hollywood movies popularized the cowboy lifestyle with Westerns from the 1920s to the 1940s. Some wore chaps on the outsides of their trousers to protect their legs from sharp cactus needles and rocky terrain.