Old West Magazine - Winter, 1966

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

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Features: rare book reprint - West Wind, the life of Joseph Reddeford Walker, by Percy H. Booth; Men who wore the Oregon Boot (Gardner Shackle) - life in a makeshift territorial prison; Prairie fire - Walt Coburn; A ranch on the Nueces - Jim Ray builds a new home in Texas; the strange story of Quantrill's Surgeon - John W. Benson; Helena's hidden channel of gold; the freighter from Scotland - William Duff Stewart; Fortune's Little Casinos - scattered through Colorado's canyons; 'Tramp' General - Jo Shelby; Ghostly Camp Crittenden; Headhunting was their hobby - savage Haida raiders drew the last blood in their feud with Puget Sound pioneers a century ago... Their grim code demanded a white man's head for every Indian slain; He killed a heap of men - George Marlow; the day the brewery died - Gold Nugget Beer and the Black Hills Brewing Company of Central City, South Dakota; the boy Geronimo missed - clubbed and left for dead, he lived another hundred years!; 'she's taken bad, doc - early medicine in Big Spring, Texas; the twenty mules of Death Valley; Anvils and Coal Smoke - the old time blacksmith; One step at a time - early dreams in Wyoming; Trapped on Vick's Peak; Steamboats 'round the bend - Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Ira Terrill - lawbreaker, madman or political scapegoat?; Savage days in Springtown, Texas; Black Hills Album. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy.

Title: Old West Magazine - Winter, 1966

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Travel, Exploration & Adventure, History, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1966

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Very Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 852a0549

Keywords: Old West Magazine - Winter, 1966 rare book reprint - West Wind, the life of Joseph Reddeford Walker, by Percy H. Booth; Men who wore the Oregon Boot (Gardner Shackle) - life in a makeshift territorial prison; Prairie fire - Walt Coburn; A ranch on the Nueces - Jim Ray builds a new home in Texas; the strange story of Quantrill's Surgeon - John W. Benson; Helena's hidden channel of gold; the freighter from Scotland - William Duff Stewart; Fortune's Little Casinos - scattered through Colorado's canyons; 'Tramp' General - Jo Shelby; Ghostly Camp Crittenden; Headhunting was their hobby - savage Haida raiders drew the last blood in their feud with Puget Sound pioneers a century ago... Their grim code demanded a white man's head for every Indian slain; He killed a heap of men - George Marlow; the day the brewery died - Gold Nugget Beer and the Black Hills Brewing Company of Central City, South Dakota; the boy Geronimo missed - clubbed and left for dead, he lived another hundred years!; 'she's taken bad, doc - early medicine in Big Spring, Texas; the twenty mules of Death Valley; Anvils and Coal Smoke - the old time blacksmith; One step at a time - early dreams in Wyoming; Trapped on Vick's Peak; Steamboats 'round the bend - Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Ira Terrill - lawbreaker, madman or political scapegoat?; Savage days in Springtown, Texas; Black Hills Album.,