True West Magazine, February 1979

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

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Condition: Good

Features: A Horse Named Prune; From Chilkoot to Bear Paw - how an artist-author has paid an old debt to a nameless Indian - Ed Lung and William Stacey; The Mogollon Rim Murder - Savage Years in Arizona Territory; Rogue of the Colorado - Fogg Coffey; Cleall Castle - Piggott's Folly, Portland, Oregon - one of the unhandiest dwellings in the west!; What Became of Jesse Evans; Nicotinitus - the amusing tale of Archibald Elmo Holstine and his son Lawrence and their Saskatchewan winter adventure when they ran out of tobacco!; The man who was never convicted - Cantu and his companion flood Mexico with phoney US banknotes; Dad rode with the Wild Bunch - Bert Charter's son gives an interview; Fifty Chancy Years - Ebb Riggs, lawman; Three Men and Three Hundred Hosses - Heading east from Winnemucca and selling as they rode; Wild Old Days!; Mary Bickerdyke and General Sherman - how a nurse and a professional soldier became friends; The Jobbers - Long X Ranch in Montana; Dan Thomas - Town Tamer of Keeler, California. Light wear. Unmarked. Quality copy.