True West Magazine, February 1982

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

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Features: Henry Turkeyfoot - the last of his kind - he lived by the gun; Charles Banks Wilson - artist; James (Jim) F. Wardner and his Black Cat Farm - on a 2,000 acre island in Bellingham Bay, in upper Puget Sound; Why Woollies give mankind the Willies - James W. Gilmore and sheep; Wolfville, Arizona; Isaac Rouse of Fort Worth - "Coyote Bill" Banty - a bunkhouse murder touched off one of Idaho's biggest manhunts; A Herdsman for Cowman - Walter Gann; Heading South to Taos, by Fred Girard; A Central Pacific Ghost Ride - East to Promontory; The James-Younger Robbery in Columbia, Kentucky; The Desert will do its part - when a man wants to stay a live; Grave/Tombstone photos; Wild Old Days! Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy.