Bronc Busters and Hay Sloops: Ranching in the West in the Early 20th Century ebook
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Bronc Busters And Hay Sloops: Ranching In The West In The Early 20Th Century

Bronc Busters and Hay Sloops tells the story of ranching in the West from the beginning of the Great War until 1960. Cowboy soldiers, bronc busters, First Nations, upper-crust Englishmen and the strong, capable women of ranching country . . . theirs are the stories told in this book. Some of these characters are larger than life, such as: Joe Coutlee, cow boss of the Douglas Lake Ranch, whose boom...

Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing (April 1, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1894974921
ISBN-13: 978-1894974929
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 6052555
Format: PDF Text djvu book

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ng voice gave him the nickname "Roaring Bill"; Grover Hance, who roped one of his men and tied him to a tree until he sobered up; Florence "Bunch" Trudeau, whose pet moose got a little too big for comfort; Ollie Matheson, one of the only women to ride in the Williams Lake Stampede's death-defying Mountain Race;Anne Paxton, who tended cattle, guided big-game hunters, ran pack horses and a ranch; Bill Arnold, who could ride "anything that wore hide." Ken takes readers inside sprawling ranches, which were self-contained communities in themselves, and small family-run homesteads scratched out of the wilderness.