Old West Magazine - Summer, 1972

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good

Features: The agony of a Morman Polygamist - Thomas Schofield faced renunciation of loved ones or imprisonment for conscience sake; The disastrous Arthur Dietz Expedition - 'Klondike madness pushed the little party of greehnorns beyond all hope of survival; Livestock Commission man; Ocosta broke the speculators' hearts!; Bushwhacked on the trail; Gold and where to find it; My dog was better known than I was! - Seymour was well known in Arkansas; La Tuileries Gardens - A Cattleman's Folly - Gillpatrick's amusement park, Colorado; Miracle at Stillwater, Oklahoma; I don't want none of your weevily wheat - Perry Hutchinson/Excelsior Mills, Marysville, Kansas; Bloody night on the Gila, Arizona; Captives among the Comanches - the true story of Jane Adeline Wilson; The great opportunist - Chicken Bill of Leadville, Colorado; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy.