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by Jack Weston

ePub The Real American Cowboy download
Jack Weston
Schocken; First Edition edition (July 12, 1985)
Agricultural Sciences
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The real American cowboy. by. Weston, Jack, 1924-.

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These 10 books need to be on every cowboy's bookshelf. Perhaps even more so than the cowboy, stagecoach, or outlaw, it was the Texas Longhorn that constituted the fabric of the American frontier. More must-reads by Jack Schaeffer:,Monte Walsh,The Plainsmen. 7) Glendon Swarthout: The Shootist (1975). A winner of the Spur Award, The Shootist explores the mindset of a terminally ill gunman navigating the vanishing frontier. In this fascinating biographical sketch, Dobie constructs the Old West through the history and legend of the Longhorn, the bedrock of America’s cattle industry. Truly, the story of the Longhorn is inextricable from the history of the West.

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A native Californian and lifelong enthusiast about cowboys, Jack Weston earned his P. in English literature from the University of North Carolina, and taught English for many years at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He has also written I Submit. He now lives in Pauma Valley, California.

In 1908, N. Howard "Jack" Thorp published the first book of Western music, titled . Howard "Jack" Thorp published the first book of Western music, titled Songs of the Cowboys. Containing only lyrics and no musical notation, the book was very popular west of the Mississippi River. In 1910, John Lomax, in his book Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads, first gained national attention for Western music. His book contained some of the same songs as Thorp's book, though in variant versions (most had been collected before Thorp's book was published).

No figure has contributed as much to American culture as that of the cowboy

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This book explains the growth of the cowboy myth, assesses the effect of that myth on American values and dreams, and contrasts the now-legendary cowboy image with historical reality