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A Texas Cowboy's Journal

Up the Trail to Kansas In 1868

A Texas Cowboy's Journal( )
Author: Bailey, Jack
Editor: Dary, David
Foreword by: Schroeder, Charles P.
Series title:The Western Legacies Ser.
Publication Date:Jun 2014
Publisher:University of Oklahoma Press
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $16.95
Book Description:

We travel with Bailey as he encounters Indians, U.S. soldiers, Mexicans, freed slaves, and cowboys working other drives. The journal contains surprises for readers steeped in romantic cowboy lore and cattle drive legend. Bailey's time on the trail was hardly lonely, and crews included African Americans and, at least on the early drives, women and children.

Author Biography
Bailey, Jack (Author)
David Dary is a writer, journalist, and social historian.

Dary worked for newspapers in Kansas and Texas early on in his career and eventually moved on to work for both CBS and NBC news. He then took the position of professor at the William Allan White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas.

The themes of Dary's books center on many aspects of life in the western United States. Dary has written Red Blood and Black Ink: Journalism in the Old West, Entrepreneurs of the Old West, and Seeking Pleasure in the Old West, which received a Western Writers of America Spur Award. He has also received a Cowboy Hall of Fame Wrangler Award and the Westerner's International Award for his book Cowboy Culture.


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