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Cattle ranching in the American West

by Steele, Christy, 1970-

Format: Print Book 2005
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Sewickley Public Library Juvenile Nonfiction J 978 STE 2005
Location  Sewickley Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Nonfiction
Call Number  J 978 STE 2005
Hundreds of books, movies, and television shows have glamorized the cowboy. In reality, cowboys were regarded as poorly paid menial laborers, not heroes. Besides revealing the myth behind the cowboy, this volume also explains how cattle ranching evolved from its historical Spanish roots to the cattle-boom era of the 1880s, when cattle drives, cow towns, cattle trails, and the open range played a pivotal role in forming the culture of the West. Book jacket.
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Series Steele, Christy, 1970- America's westward expansion.
Subjects Cattle -- West (U.S.) -- History.
Ranching -- West (U.S.) -- History.
Ranchers -- West (U.S.) -- History.
Publisher Milwaukee, WI :World Almanac Library,2005
Language English
Description 48 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 47).
ISBN 0836857879 (lib. bdg.)
0836857941 (softcover)
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