True West Magazine, February, 1974

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

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Features: Delta County, Colorado Sheep War; Concords in Africa? - Stage Coaches were used in Africa too!; A Golden Jesus - Famed artifact of the Henry Mountains; The Stringfield Massacre - McMullen County, Texas; How about living in a Bank? - the Christy Building, formerly the Ness County Bank building in Scott City, Kansas; Queenie Danced Naked at the Convention of the Panhandle and Southwestern Stockmen's Association in Oklahoma City in 1914; Desert Cowboy - Sam Cuddeback, the last of the Mojave's early-day riders; War Horse No. 9 - Montcalm and Mr. Auclair; Old Red Mountain City, Montana; Panhandle Outlaw - Shine Popejoy; All of us Thorps could Ride! - a Washington state/Yakima Valley family; Wild Old Days!; Methods of Boys on the Hustle;A Con-Man's Christmas Carol. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy.