True West Magazine: December 1983

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good

Features: Why I Wrote the book about Buffalo Bill - Nebraska writer Nellie Snyder Yost Tells all; Love and the Sexes on the Western Frontier; How to be a Ghost Towner - The Best Way to re-live the Old West is to visit the places where it once thrived; California's First Gold Rush - Gold was mined in California at least as early as the early 19th Century, if not before as Indians brought gold to the mission padres for trading purposes; Mysterious Disappearance of a Utah mine owner, Mike Sullivan; Christmas at Old Fort Concho, Texas; Bodie, California - Pictorial views of the Boom and the Bust; Lost Yocum Silver Mine - This Missouri Farmer thinks he's sitting on Riches; Gunnison's Ghosts (in Gunnison County, Colorado); Palace Station - overnight stage stop for travelers between Prescott and Phoenix; Head Cheese and Other Cheeses - Forgotten Frontier Food, Part II; Fooled by Real Gold at Sheep Ranch, California. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy.