Old West Magazine: Winter 1980

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: Sea Otters and Personalized Bullets - long-ago days of white hunters, Indian hunters, and a curiosity-filled child on the beach - Grays Harbor, Chehalis County, Washington; Riding the Rails with Hood River Blackie - Hobo Camps and Jungles; The Scandal of Park County - Como, a near-ghost town in Colorado's South Park; New Mexico's Tully Family - a story of cattle and horses and men of strong will; Will Written on a hat - W.S. Baldwin; Oil Boom in Alligator Land - Dallison, West Virginia; Matched Bronc Ridin'; Logging on Nine Mile Creek in Western Montana - Eat, Sleep, and Work - no Women, few laughs; Murder on Cane Hill - makeshift brutality avenged by makeshift justice dealt out by the famed 36 - Washington County, in Northwest Arkansas; The Doctor Turns Cowboy - Part II from 'A Frontier Doctor' by Henry Hoyt; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy.