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Cowboy Life on the Texas Plains

Margaret L. Rector

Cowboy Life on the Texas Plains

The Photographs of Ray Rector

by Margaret L. Rector

  • 207 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Texas a & M Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pictorial works,
  • Ranch life,
  • Social life and customs,
  • Cowboys,
  • Texas

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9834151M
    ISBN 100890961395
    ISBN 109780890961391

    Cowboy Code The cowboys of the Old West had an unwritten code that they lived by. The code included such rules as being courteous, always saying "howdy", don't wave at a man on a horse (you should nod), never ride another man's horse without his permission, always help someone in need, and never put on another man's hat. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *.

    James Evetts Haley Sr. (July 5, – October 9, ), usually known as J. Evetts Haley, was a Texas-born political activist and historian who wrote multiple works on the American West, including an enduring biography of cattleman Charles determined Goodnight to have been a man of greatness and claimed that Goodnight's detractors were less-than Alma mater: West Texas A&M University, .   The Texas Live Stock Journal wrote glowingly of the cowboy on Octo “A man wanting in courage would be as much out of place in a cow-camp, as a fish would be on dry land. Indeed the life he is daily compelled to lead calls for the existence of the highest degree of cool calculating courage the cowboy is as chivalrous as the.

      Texas Heroes: Knight on the Texas Plains (Book 1) The Cowboy Who Came Calling (Book 2) To Catch a Texas Star (Book 3) What People Are Saying About Linda Broday: "Fans of classic Western tales will delight in the rough-and-tumble world Broday creates " —RT Book Reviews for To Love a Texas RangerBrand: Sourcebooks.   In Broday’s strong first Texas Heroes historical romance, a marriage of necessity develops into genuine love in 19th-century Texas. Duel McClain has little to live for until he wins a baby girl in a poker game. The same night, a blooded, bruised, frantic woman, Jessie Foltry, rushes into his camp and begs for : Sourcebooks.


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The collection concludes with photographs of Stamford at the turn of the century and the first gatherings of cowboy reunions organized by Rector in the s to commemorate the old days. The book includes an entertaining essay about cowboy myth vs.

reality by Texas writer John Graves. Excellent addition to any library of early Western social history.4/5(1). Cowboy Life on the Texas Plains: The Photographs of Ray Rector [Rector, Margaret L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Cowboy Life on the Texas Plains: The Photographs of Ray RectorFormat: Hardcover. Cowboy Life on Texas Plains (The Centennial series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University) by Ray Rector and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Cowboy Life on the Texas Plains: The Photographs of Ray Rector Margaret Rector, Editor, John Graves, Designed by Texas A&M University Press.

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Cowboy life on the Western Plains: the reminiscences of a ranchman Paperback – January 1, by Edgar Beecher Bronson (Author)Author: Edgar Beecher Bronson. In this Book. First published in and now in paperback, Cowboy Life continues to be a landmark study on the historical and legendary dimensions of the cowboy.

The central figure in American mythology, the cowboy can be seen everywhere: in films, novels, advertisements, TV, sports, and by:   Linda Broday's "Knight on the Texas Plains," is a heartfelt rendition of life in the Old West, fraught with danger, heartbreak, and evil.

Duel McClain is a man who has lost everything, including his will to live. Jessie Foltry is a woman who has lived with evil for eight long years, and the damage runs deep, both physically and emotionally/5(44). The book begins with Charles Siringo's account of his early life, as the son of immigrants; his father an Italian and his mother Irish.

We follow his early life in and around Dodge City, learning the ways of the cattle hand and witnessing a few remarkable sights along the by: 3.

A Texas Cowboy written by Charles A. Siringo: A Texas Cowboy is an autobiography, it talks about life as a cowboy and a kid in the s.

He does some pretty bizarre things as a kid being an adventures little guy. As he starts to mature you see his his goals and ideas change/5. The life and work of the cowboys was really quite difficult. The cowboys came from the lower classes of society and so they were not treated very well.

When they were at "home" they lived in barracks, not in individual homes. They were generally fed by the ranch, not all that well. Genre/Form: Illustrated works Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rector, Ray, Cowboy life on the Texas plains.

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Edited by Margaret L. Rector. Introduction by John Graves. (College Station, Tex.: Texas A8cM University Press, Pp. Acknowledgments, introduction, photographs.

$) This book has only one major problem: it cannot be reviewed while one is riding on a crowded : L. Tuffly Ellis. Available now at - ISBN: - Hard Cover - Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas, U.S.A.

- - Book Condition: Fine - First Edition. - Near Fine - First edition in fine condition in a near fine dust jacket.

Binding is tight and boards are clean. Dust jacket priced $, has a faint stain on back side and shows some 5/5(1). John R. Erickson, author of 70 Hank the Cowdog books and other ranch-based stories, knows his subject matter. He was a working cowboy and ranch manager in Texas and Oklahoma. Here are three short, never-before-published stories about cowboy life.

—Marvin OlaskyAuthor: John R. Erickson. Jim Hoy, folklorist, native plainsman, and director of the Center for Great Plains Studies at Emporia State University, has published a book about Maynard: Cowboy's Lament, A Life on the Open Range (Texas Tech University Press, ).

The book is based on the memoirs of Maynard's ten years on the open range during the s. Twice a Texas Bride (Bachelors of Battle Creek #2) Forever His Texas Bride (Bachelors of Battle Creek #3) TEXAS HEROES.

KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS – ( #1 Texas Heroes) THE COWBOY WHO CAME CALLING ( #2 Texas Heroes) TO CATCH A TEXAS STAR (#3 Texas Heroes) Knight on the Texas Plains – () The Cowboy Who Came Calling – ( Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Centennial Series of the Association of Former Students: Cowboy Life on the Texas Plains: The Photographs of Ray Rector No.

12 (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. Three thousand books lined the walls of my childhood home; among them the entire works of Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey, along with a myriad other titles by authors.

Lever-action rifles stood in corners, holstered Peacemakers hung from pegs, and not a TV was to be found. My leisure time was spent either gallivanting a’horseback through the Rocky Mountains.

Though they originated in Mexico, American cowboys created a style and reputation all their own. Throughout history, their iconic lifestyle has been glamorized in countless books, movies and television shows—but the rough, lonely and sometimes grueling work of a cowboy wasn’t for the faint of heart.Knight on the Texas Plains total book goodness.

The Gist: Since his wife's death Duel has given up on life. He's got nothing to live for until one night changes everything and his hands are suddenly full of a whole heap of female he needs to pull his shit together for--a tiny baby girl no one wants and an injured woman with secrets to hide/5.texas cowboy, the • texas rangers trail to mexico, the.

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