True West Magazine: October 1983

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good

Features: How Sears, Roebuck won the West (includes 1902 ad for a 'bust developer' gizmo); Wyatt Earp and the Civil War - he answered the call of distant drums; Repeating rifles on the frontier - more popular on the post war frontier than revolving rifles were lever-action repeaters - Spencers, Henrys and others; A Gunfighter Craze is Sweeping the Country; A History of Wine in California - from Mission Grapes to Premium Wines; Black Bart (C.E. Bolton) - Backpacking Robber-Poet; Wild West Shotguns - They were even used for 'salting' mines; The Lost Wagon Train; Big Russell-Remington Collection in Fort Worth - Texas Oilman's Art Displayed at Gallery; He was hanged for *planning* a murder - A.J. (Andy) Hudspeth; Natural Foods of the 'Digger' Indians; Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy.