Old West Magazine: Fall, 1978

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available


Features: The Blizzard, by Walt Coburn; Revival at Seven Rivers - The Jones Family of New Mexico; Canyon of the Skeletons - a young Crow brave helps his people survive; The Fight that Finished Tombstone - the knockout punch by Mel Rigley was the most expensive punch in the entire history of the west!; Lady Moon - Catherine Evelyn Gartman was loud of voice, crude and boisterous of manner; Man, was it rough! - rugged Idaho Territory; The Last Owl-Hoot - lawmen called Earl Durand 'The Wyoming Tarzan'; Lost - a fortune in silver, somewhere in Arizona; They Could Laugh... at Death - the pioneers never lost their sense of humour; Sandhills Tragedy - children lost in the great sandhills of Western Nebraska, the dread fear of every pioneer family; The 'Fightin'est' Ranger - Jim Gillett; Military Ghosts on the Carson - Fort Churchill; Oklahoma Scout, by Theodore Baughman; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.