7 edition of Cowboying found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 273) and index.
|Statement||James H. Beckstead, with a foreword by Wilford Brimley.|
|Series||University of Utah publications in the American West ;, v. 27|
|LC Classifications||F826 .B428 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 283 p. :|
|Number of Pages||283|
|ISBN 10||0874803578, 0874803780|
|LC Control Number||91013181|
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But, cowboying as an occupation was as much a result of industrialization as factory or railroad work. This book pointedly connects the economic and political struggles of the new urban industrial working class to that of the brutally exploited seasonal agricultural workers known as cowboys. Get this from a library! Cowboying: a tough job in a hard land. [James H Beckstead] -- "University of Utah publications in American West." History of the Cowboy culture of the American West. Includes many rare photographs.
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Hilarious, heart-breaking and oh so real, this isn’t just a story about a cowboy and the cowboying way of life, it’s about a strict code and living up to it especially when it ain’t easy, it’s about the settling of the American West, and it’s about the progress of civilization and what gets left behind.
Kent grew up ranching, and in the early 90's combined his passion for cooking and cowboying when he restored an Studebaker chuck wagon and began cooking for traditional working ranches.
A tradition few still follow, Kent and Shannon continue to cook for cowboys across the Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico and Texas areas. A monumental history book by an Ojibwe scholar and novelist disproves the idea that Native American life ended with the massacre by the U.S. Cavalry of hundreds of Lakota at Wounded Knee Creek Author: Jesse Hughey.
Mountain Ranch shares an affinity with the classic documentary work of FSA photographers Dorothea Lange and Russell Lee, as well as the portraiture of Paul Strand and the paintings and sculpture of renowned Western artist Frederick Remington.
Especially moving is the section of the Cowboying book titled Heritage; formal portraits of informal people. Panhandle Cowboy is a sensitive, admirable straight-forward book about the texture of modern cowboying in the Oklahoma Panhandle. These truthful and affectionate descriptions of life and work in that severe locale serve to reinforce an old point: that hardship and risk are woven deeply into the appeal of cowboying.(more info).
Slim saddles up his horse and heads off to retrieve the steers—with Hank’s help of course—but a few mishaps delay his cowboying just long enough to coat Twitchell in ice and turn his steer-roping adventure into a rip-roaring frozen rodeo.
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These truthful and affectionate descriptions of life and work in that severe locale serve to reinforce an old point: that hardship and risk are woven deeply into the appeal of cowboying.
The canyon country of southeastern Utah is a land of dramatic contrast, with high mountains, tortuous canyons, towering monuments, hot deserts, and freezing alpine temperatures. Raising and herding cattle in this environment is more than challenging.
At times, it is Bayles Pages: Jim Arndt is the author of How to Be a Cowboy and coauthor with Mary Emmerling of Art of the Cross, Art of Turquoise, Art of the Skull and Art of the Heart. He coauthored several Cowboy Boot books.
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He pays tribute to Blanchard in the aforementioned book written by Jane Pattie and him. Cowboy Spur Maker not only describes Ed’s spur making skills but is also a treasure trove of insights into cowboying before modern ways changed everything. Buy a cheap copy of A Texas Cowboy: or, Fifteen Years on the book by Charles A.
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A couple of years ago, veteran West Coast journalist and founding editor of Big Sky Journal McCumber (Playing Off the Rail, ) decided by way of midlife crisis to remake himself as a Westerner: “I quit my comfortable job, started writing for a living again, divorced, and moved to a little town in Montana.”Author: David Mccumber.
Horseman, Pass By (). McMurtry’s first novel is a succinct initiation story of a boy’s leaving the ranch to roam the world. Because McMurtry’s editors required significant edits, this is.When the author was thirteen, he pulled a book, ALL IN THE DAY'S RIDING, from the Palo Alto Library shelves.
It changed his life. Reading it was enough to make him determined, even though it was written 33 years earlier, to follow Will James' suggestion and ride a saddle horse and lead a pack horse into the wilderness in search of open range cowboying.5/5(1).Define cowboying.
cowboying synonyms, cowboying pronunciation, cowboying translation, English dictionary definition of cowboying. n. 1. A hired man, especially in the western United States, who tends cattle and performs many of his duties on horseback.
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