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Darby Buckingham was an unlikely candidate for frontier life. From his round-toed shoes to his derby hat, he was a man of culture, a creature of comfort, who liked his gourmet restaurants and expensive cigars. The short, stocky New Yorker made a fortune writing dime novels about the old west. Now he was out west to do some research for his next novel, little suspecting that he would be joining sheriff Zeb Cather in a manhunt for the ruthless Raton Brothers, learning firsthand..
Fort Clark was regarrisoned in 1866 and the history of Fort Clark was filled with clashes with the Apache, occasionally with the Comanche, and always with the bandit gangs that crossed freely back and forth across the Border, preying on the homesteaders. The Tye Wakins Series of books attempt to portray this danger. The stories center on Tye, who is Chief of Scouts at Clark in 1868. He is continually putting himself at risk trying to protect the homesteaders living in the are..
Before the outsider, now Chief Heads Off, brought the Elk Dog to The People their strategy had always been to flee or hide from their mortal enemies, the Head Splitters. The Elk Dogs changed The People making them true warriors, and they had subdued the Head Splitters. Heads Off's Elk Dog clan grew in prestige and power. The signs seem good for the new chief, his family and the tribe. Yet trouble is brewing as some of the young Elk Dog Warriors do not wish to follow the t..
As Hawk watched the Blackfoot warriors attack their Bannock Indian enemies, he was shocked at what he saw. The Blackfoot were attacking not in the helter-skelter Indian manner, but with an organized military precision that could make them the most powerful fighting force in the West. Then Hawk saw the reason why. Mounted on a horse beside the Blackfoot chief Spotted Pony was a white man with a cavalry sabre raised high in the, air to order the Blackfoot charge. It was James C..
Some folks said he was “unusual”. Some called him “uncanny”. He was a mountain man, big, gentle and strong. They called him “Bear”. His keen senses bode him well in the mountains and forests of the Pacific Northwest. Danger was not foreign to him; he lived with it everyday. Perhaps this is why an entire mining camp could count on him to go after supplies in the dead of winter. It would mean traveling from the valley over the rugged Ca..
While attempting to join up with her lover Matt Jorgensen as he joins Confederate Calvary, Ginny McBride is hit by a musketball from a Union rifle. She develops amnesia, losing all memory as to who and where she is. Matt spends his military time trying to find her. When she returns to herself, she in turn tries to find Matt. It is a story that also engulfs the Western folklore of Jesse James, Cole Younger and his brothers and Belle (Starr) Shirley as they became legends.
The Gila River flows gently through the parched Sonoran Desert and along its banks fierce Apaches, Pima farmers, Spaniards and brash Americans all vie for control in a harsh and unforgiving land: Miguel Santana a young Spaniard abandoned by his comrades; his Pima son Vitorio; Jacova, a woman whose indomitable spirit tamed a mighty Apache warrior; and the "man of three bloods," belonging to all, and to none. On the banks of the Gila their lives all came together - in..
Jim Mosby was just a tad under seventeen when he left Texas. But he was as tough as they come and quick with a gun. Ending up in Missouri, he found a job with the Pony Express where he gained a new friend named Matt Rossiter. When the Pony Express went out of business, the two sidekicks found work in various jobs. They were scouts for the U.S. Cavalry, meat-hunters for the mines, and finally took a hand at gold mining. They found a fortune in gold. To commemorate their good f..
Gold. A man either had to fight for it or dig for it, and Bolton had always liked guns better than shovels. So he took the job Wells Fargo offered. It was five dollars a day and a new Greener shotgun - and all he had to do was shepherd a king's ransom in gold across a hundred miles of Hell.
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Just as the big trees of the Pacific Northwest inspired the legend of Paul Bunyan, so did the Palouse Hills of southeastern Washington--where fantastic fields of wheat were raised on incredibly steep slopes--spawn tall tales about farmers, steamboat men, and the ingenious methods they used to get their grain to market. Though thirty-three-mule hitches and headers (whose downhill wheels were three times larger than the uphill ones) solved the harvesting problems, transporting ..
Irish immigrant Michael Callahan gets the gold fever and stakes a claim in California. Just when persistence and ingenuity finally payoff, he is jumped by thieves intent upon taking his gold and his life. Michael is saved by the Mexican, Joaquin Murieta with whom he strikes up a friendship. The friendship is quite unusual and the Irishman becomes known as the Gringo Amigo. But hatred by Anglos, and the death of his family, sends Murieta on a bloody mission of vengeance that i..
Based on an historical event that, from start to finish, was a total carnival of errors, the Hallelujah Trail is one of the old West's most hilarious adventures. In the late 1800's a train of eighty freight wagons from Wallingham and Company left Julesburg bound for the mining camps at Denver in the Colorado Territory. What is unusual is the 2700 cases of imported French Champagne and 1600 barrels of Philadelphia Whisky they carry.
Add to the tale several greedy De..
John Hare lies dying in the desert until he is discovered and saved by the kind and generous rancher, August Naab. As Hare is nursed back to health on Naab’s ranch, he finds himself irresistibly attracted to Naab’s adopted daughter, Mescal. Here is a story of action and also a love story. It is a story of gunfighting, cattle rustling, fighting over waterholes, and the amazing capture of Silvermane, the magnificent stallion of the desert.
THE HORSEMEN, is the story of the Ballou family's brave struggle to fulfill a dream. The Ballous were the finest horsemen in the South, a courageous Tennessee family famous for the training and breeding of glorious thoroughbreds. When the Civil War devastated their home and their lives, they headed west into the heart of Indian territory. As horsemen, they triumphed. As a family, they endured. But as pioneers in a new land, they faced unimaginable hardship, danger and rut..