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Longhorn trail drivers

Frank M. King

Longhorn trail drivers

being a true story of the cattle drives of long ago

by Frank M. King

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Published by Printed by Haynes Corporation in Los Angeles, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Cattle trade -- West (U.S.),
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFrank M. King ; this first edition privately published for his friends by the author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF596 .K56
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 15-272 p. :
      Number of Pages272
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6403293M
      LC Control Number40013109
      OCLC/WorldCa3157637

        NEWS On the Trail Longhorn Breeders Paul and Mari-Kathryn Braswell Make News from Texas to Denmark. The end of summer and the beginning of fall caught two Texas Longhorn Breeders in the limelight. The Drover House. The name Drover House comes from a hotel I read about that was located in Miles City, Montana in the late 's. At the time Miles City was the end of the Old Western Trail, the longest of the cattle trails that came out of Texas. The Drovers were the Cowboys who gathered and pushed the huge herds of longhorns north out of on: th St McClelland, IA United States.

        An appraisal or suggestion of worth. 'Longhorn Trail Drivers' by Frank M. King. Illustrated, First Edition, Number 6 or published. Illustrated. Signed by Frank M King for my Dad in at Manteca read more. item 5 The Longhorn Trail (Puffin Books) by Kenneth, Ulyatt Paperback Book The Fast - The Longhorn Trail (Puffin Books) by Kenneth, Ulyatt Paperback Book The Fast. $ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Fiction & Literature. See all.

      the Chisholm Trail has become a vital feature of American identity. allowed the longhorn breed to adapt to the land, and the cattle population grew into the millions. By the early s, the longhorn was regarded as a less desirable When trail drivers reached their destination, a semblance of the. Longhorn Trl, Round Rock, TX is currently not for sale. The 1, sq. ft. single-family home is a 4 bed, bath property. This home was built in and last sold on for. View more property details, sales history and Zestimate data on Zillow.


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KING, Frank M. Longhorn Trail Drivers Being a True Story of the Cattle Drives of Long Ago. [Burbank]: Privately printed for his friends by the author, 1st ed. Illus. endpaper map. A near fine copy in orig. cloth. Howes K Limited to copies.

Inscribed by the author. With a long seven line signed inscription from the author. Longhorn trail drivers: Being a true story of the cattle drives of long ago [Frank M King] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Frank M King.

J. Marvin Hunter’s The Trail Drivers of Texas is a brilliant collection of first hand accounts of men and women who lived on the trail and range in the Old West. In total there are over two hundred different accounts from Texans in the nineteenth century/5. Longhorn trail drivers --Raising cowboys --The cow --The cowman's hoss [that is, horse] --Trail herds --Number of cowboys for each herd --Lead steers ; Tragedy in swimming a trail herd --Description of cattle trails --Other cattle trails west ; Trails to Pacific coast --Abilene stock yards --Jesse Chisholm ; Honoring Jesse Chisholm ; When Jesse Chisholm died --The Slaughters of.

An excellent chronicle of the trail drive days written in episode form by the men who made the drives. The Trail Drivers of Texas Part One This book was ordered as a gift so I did not review it.

Although it was advertised as a hardback I was sent a paperback. I returned it but the reshipment was also a paperback so I /5(6). The Trail Drivers of Texas is a collection of narrative sketches of early cowboys and their experiences in driving herds of cattle through the unfenced Texas prairies to northern markets.

They are true narratives told by the cowpunchers who experienced the long rides. The Trail Drivers of Texas was issued in an edition believed to have numbered a scant one thousand copies. Its favorable reception by association members encouraged Saunders and Hunter to produce an additional volume of perhaps five hundred copies in By this time Hunter had moved to Bandera.

The only riches Texans had left after the Civil War were five million maverick longhorns and the brains, brawn, and boldness to drive them to the railroa Series Works: The Dodge City Trail, Deadwood Trail, The Santa Fe Trail, The Western Trail, The Shawnee Trail.

Trail Drivers of Texas has 3, members. This is a place to share photos and information about the early trail driving days of Texas. Trail drivers of Texas: interesting sketches of early cowboys and their experiences on the range and on the trail during the days that tried men's souls -- true narratives related by real cow-punchers and men who fathered the cattle industry in Texas.

4, Views. The Trail Drivers of Texas, Two Volume Set by Hunter, J. Marvin, Compiler and Editor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Legendary ranchman and trail driver Charles Goodnight invented the chuckwagon in for use by his crews.

The chuckwagon, sometimes drawn by oxen, but usually by mules, carried not only food, utensils and a water barrel, but also tools and the crew's bed rolls. InNelson Story used the Bozeman Trail to successfully drive about head of Longhorn into the Gallatin Valley of Montana.

Individual cattle barons such as Conrad Kohrs built up significant ranches in the northern Rockies. InKohrs purchased a ranch near Deer Lodge, Montana from former Canadian fur trader Johnny Grant. TRAIL DRIVERS Trail Drivers Association was organized in under the leadership of George W. Saunders to perpetuate the memory of the old trail drivers.

First officers of the association were John Rufus Blocker, president; George W. Saunders, vice president; Luther Lawhon, secretary; and R. Pumphrey, membership was about. The first cattle drives from Texas on the legendary Chisholm Trail headed north out of DeWitt County aboutcrossing Central Texas near the towns of San Antonio, Austin, Round Rock, Georgetown, Salado and Waco toward the markets and railheads in Kansas.

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His second book, Longhorn Trail Drivers (), is worthless. His Pioneer Western Empire Builders () and Mavericks () are no better. Most of the contents of these books appeared in Western Livestock Journal, Los Angeles.

Longhorn trail drivers: being a true story of the cattle drives of long ago / (Los Angeles, Calif.: Printed by Haynes Corporation, ), by Frank Marion King (page images at HathiTrust) Kaleidoscopic lives; a companion book to Frontier and Indian life. (Washburn, N.D., The author, ), by Joseph Henry Taylor (page images at HathiTrust).

Get this from a library. Siringo: the true story of Charles A. Siringo, Texas cowboy, longhorn trail driver, private detective, rancher, New Mexico ranger, and author. [Ben E Pingenot] -- Siringo: The true story of Charles A.

Siringo, Texas cowboy, longhorn trail driver, private detective, ranger, New Mexico ranger, and author. TheWestern Trail, also known as the Dodge City Trail and the Fort Griffin Trail, was blazed in by cattle-drover John T.

Lytle, who herded 3, longhorn cattle along the leading edge of the frontier from South Texas to the Red Cloud Indian Agency at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Following the defeat of the Plains Indians in the Red River War. Longhorn Trail is a mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Golden, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate.

The trail is primarily used for nature trips, bird watching, and mountain biking and is best used from April until September/5(7).By about most northern cattle drives shifted westward from the Texas Road (or Chisholm Trail) to the Western (Dodge City or Ogallala) Trail.

By then much of the eastern trail in Texas traversed settled country, and farmers strenuously objected to .Buy Siringo: The True Story of Charles A. Siringo, Texas Cowboy, Longhorn Trail Driver, Private Detective, Rancher, New Mexico Ranger, and Author by Ben E Pingenot online at Alibris.

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