Old West Magazine: Summer 1979

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: The Nine Lives of Captain Frank Jones; "I am no Coward" - Caspar Collins, young Lieutenant in Wyoming; When the Law hit the Strip (the Territory of Oklahoma); Hanging Bill Coons was such fun!; When President Harding Honored the Pioneers - a great day in Oregon, with photos; The Fort Mims Massacre, August 30, 1813 in Alabama; Sam Peppard's Folly - his wind-powered windwagon sailed on a sea of grass; Wagontrain Bride - Nathan Olney's scouts had a strange assignment, kidnap a girl, find a preacher, then hold the line against an irate father; Chuckhole Chuckles - no holds were barred in the old days of journalism and conversation; The Southwest's Greatest Tracker - John Johnson, veteran Negro cowhand; A Ranger of Commerce, or 52 years on the road, by Howard W. Peak; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.