True West Magazine, April 1978 - The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain


Features: A Man Called Shep; The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain - great photos; Bill Hickok's Friends; There's still Gold in Oregon; The Mystery of Pranty Wash - Gila County, Arizona; Charley Smith (1856-1882) Still Wears his Six-Gun - a ranger and the outlaw who killed him; Bloodshed in Kansas - Hugoton and Woodsdale were at war ninety years ago; Amanda Alberta, aka 'Cowboy Joe'; A Matter of Survival - 150 feet and four days of hell; The Wild West that Flickered - not all the action in a movie house was on the silver screen!; Trail Tragedy - and to Caleb Magill it was a private affair; 95-year-old fishin' hole - the Gunnison River and the Hillside Resort. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label on front cover. Binding intact. Pages yellowed with age. A sound copy.

Title: True West Magazine, April 1978 - The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain

Author: Echols, Lee E.; Pryse, D.; Briggs, Don; Stevens, L.P.; Cold, T.and J.; Wood, David Jr.; Green, R.; Ball, E.; Browning, C.; White, Victor H.; Shafer, G.; Page, C.

Illustrator: Grandee, Joe

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Western Publications: 1978

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 662g2831

Keywords: True West Magazine, April 1978 - The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain Bill Hickok's Friends; There's still Gold in Oregon; The Mystery of Pranty Wash - Gila County, Arizona; Charley Smith (1856-1882) Still Wears his Six-Gun - a ranger and the outlaw who killed him; Bloodshed in Kansas - Hugoton and Woodsdale were at war ninety years ago; Amanda Alberta, aka 'Cowboy Joe'; A Matter of Survival - 150 feet and four days of hell; The Wild West that Flickered - not all the action in a movie house was on the silver screen!; Trail Tragedy - and to Caleb Magill it was a private affair; 95-year-old fishin' hole - the Gunnison River and the Hillside Resort,