Frontier Times Magazine - Non-Fiction, November (Nov.) 1966: Clay Allison - Cowboy and Gunfighter


72 pages. Many black and white reproductions of fascinating archival photos. Features: Robert Clay Allison (The Wild Wolf) - the cowboy gunfighter born near Waynesboro in Wayne County, Tennessee; The Early Cattle Trails - Three Mountain Road, Wilderness Road and Bay State Cowpath were forerunners of the Longhorn highways; Dakota Mail Riflers and Special Agent John B. Furay; A Hallway in Hades - Quicksilver/Mercury discovery on a section of land owned by Howard E. Perry east of Terlingua, a hamlet of jacals in the Big Bend in Brewster County, Texas; A Man the Earth Talked To - Senator John Hearst, father of William Randolph Hearst; The Indians Named Him Shine - Shine Smith's work with and huge Christmas parties for the Navajo on an impoverished reservation; Murder at the Sawdust Pile - Martin Zidmair and murder near Livinston, Montana circa 1903; Prettiest Girl at Wimberley's Mill, Texas - Virgie L. Moritz (nee Mayes); Peyote Priest - James Kassanovoid, Comanche; Iron Horse vs. Dobbin - the Siskiyou Line of the Southern Pacific Railroad connected Eugene with Medford, Oregon; A Town of Gourds - Calabasas in the Santa Cruz Valley, Arizona; Fleet-footed Frontiersmen - William Price Cooper outran Indians, and their ponies, to save his skin; 101 memories, and then some! - Col. Frank S. Giles and the 101 Ranch; Leechtown Legends - small gold rush town 20 miles northwest of Victoria, British Columbia at the junction of the Leech and Sooke Rivers ; Twenty Years among our hostile Indians - their characteristics, customs, habits, religion, marriages, dances and battles; Mrs. Faye Shobert of Central City, Colorado discovers Lost Gold Mine on her property!. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy.

Title: Frontier Times Magazine - Non-Fiction, November (Nov.) 1966: Clay Allison - Cowboy and Gunfighter

Author: Gipson, Fred; Thorp, Raymond W.; Lyon, Howard E.; Ball, Eve; Parrish, Joe K.; Schoenberger, Dale; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Travel, Exploration & Adventure, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Western: 1966

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823h2387

Keywords: Frontier Times Magazine, November 1966 Robert Clay Allison (The Wild Wolf) - the cowboy gunfighter born near Waynesboro in Wayne County, Tennessee; The Early Cattle Trails - Three Mountain Road, Wilderness Road and Bay State Cowpath were forerunners of the Longhorn highways; Dakota Mail Riflers and Special Agent John B. Furay; A Hallway in Hades - Quicksilver/Mercury discovery on a section of land owned by Howard E. Perry east of Terlingua, a hamlet of jacals in the Big Bend in Brewster County, Texas; A Man the Earth Talked To - Senator John Hearst, father of William Randolph Hearst; The Indians Named Him Shine - Shine Smith's work with and huge Christmas parties for the Navajo on an impoverished reservation; Murder at the Sawdust Pile - Martin Zidmair and murder near Livinston, Montana circa 1903; Prettiest Girl at Wimberley's Mill, Texas - Virgie L. Moritz (nee Mayes); Peyote Priest - James Kassanovoid, Comanche; Iron Horse vs. Dobbin - the Siskiyou Line of the Southern Pacific Railroad connected Eugene with Medford, Oregon; A Town of Gourds - Calabasas in the Santa Cruz Valley, Arizona; Fleet-footed Frontiersmen - William Price Cooper outran Indians, and their ponies, to save his skin; 101 memories, and then some! - Col. Frank S. Giles and the 101 Ranch; Leechtown Legends - small gold rush town 20 miles northwest of Victoria, British Columbia at the junction of the Leech and Sooke Rivers ; Twenty Years among our hostile Indians - their characteristics, customs, habits, religion, marriages, dances and battles; Mrs. Faye Shobert of Central City, Colorado discovers Lost Gold Mine,