Books

    Saints & Sinners
    Saints & Sinners is the fifth volume in the Pony Tracks series.  It features 42 short stories and free-hand ink drawings.
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    Price: $24.99
    Son Of The Gamblin' Man
    Son Of The Gamblin' Man tells the story of Cozad, Nebraska's founder and his son, a world-famous artist who grew up amid the violence of the frontier.
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    Price: $4.95
    Songs Of The Meadowlark
    Songs Of The Meadowlark features a collections of poems from the heart.  The book goes back to the early days on the South Dakota prairie and is reminiscent of the true flavor of farm and ranch life of the 1940s.
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    Price: $14.95
    Stolen Horses
    Stolen Horses is the story of the small town of McDermot, Nebraska and its inhabitants, who must confront the forces of western 'progress.'
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    Price: $19.95
    Ten Little Indians
    Sherman Alexie offers up nine poignant short stories about Native Americans who find themselves at cultural and personal crossroads.  
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    Price: $7.99
    The American Indian Craft Book
    The American Indian Craft Book is a how-to guide to making the crafts of the main North American Indian tribes.
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    Price: $5.95
    The Art Of Frank Howell
    Frank Howell chronicled the native peoples and beauty of the Southwest with luminous paintings, each charged with spirituality and multiple meanings.
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    Price: $12.50
    The Blizzard Voices
    A collection of poems chronicling the devastation of the Great Plains blizzard of 1888.
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    Price: $9.95
    The Buffalo Hunters
    Fifteen million buffalo roamed the Missouri plains in 1867.  Over the next twenty years, the number of buffalo dropped to a few hundred. Mari Sandoz explores the theme of herd destruction in The Buffalo Hunters.
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    Price: $16.95
    The Cattlemen
    This is the story of the cattle industry of the American west, and of the men whose ranches reached from the Rio Grande into Montana.
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    Price: $12.95
    The Children's Blizzard
    On a January morning in 1888, a sudden and vicious storm swept across the prairie.  Children on their way home from a one-room schoolhouse, farmers in the field, and families on the way to town for errands -- all were caught in the storm. Hundreds froze to death.  Laskin's non-fictional book recounts that heartbreaking day in 1888, when wind and snow changed the lives of those who lived on the prairie. 
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    Price: $15.99
    The Comanches
    Thomas W. Kavanagh chronicles a detailed study of past Comanche cultural and political groups.  Kavanagh's history traces the years 1706-1875 and also explores a present-day reservation in Oklahoma. 
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    Price: $5.95
    The Farmer's Daughter
    Author:  Jim Harrison

    A collection of three novellas, the first of which features a home-schooled Montana youth who meets unexpected hostility and must strive to make herself whole again.
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    Price: $6.95
    The Gentle Tamers
    This book is a lively and factual account of females of the Old West, including Elizabeth Custer, Lola Montez, Virginia Reed, and more.
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    Price: $13.95
    The Golden Lad
    The Golden Lad is a beautiful, spirited palomino colt.  When The Golden Lad is stolen from his stall, Buddy must find his friend before the important race!
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    Price: $1.95
    The Hoe & The Horse On The Plains
    This book provides essential information on the two modes of life on the Great Plains:  hoe farming and hunting from horseback.
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    Price: $4.95
    The Humor Of The American Cowboy
    From The Publisher:
    "To the cowboy, for whom the world was a circus of creation, nothing was beyond the scope of laughter. His fertile imagination could produce trail drives of dry-land terrapins, cowboy firing squads for fighting game roosters, and a breed of "honk-honk birds" that could outrun a horse.  He used humor to express his fondness for the West, to exchange sarcasms with railroaders, to teach lessons to tenderfeet, and even -- sometimes -- to laugh at death.

    In The Humor Of The American Cowboy, Stan Hoig presents an authentic collection of tall tales, anecdotes, yarns, jokes and humorous incidents of the Old West that not only entertain but also focus attention on a sometimes overlooked phase of cowboy life."
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    Price: $14.95
    The Indian Man: A Biography of James Mooney
    The Indian Man details the life of James Mooney, son a impoverished Irish immigrants who became a champion of Native peoples as well as a highly influential anthropology fieldworker.

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    Price: $6.95
    The Journey Of The Western Horse
    The Journey Of The Western Horse is a conversational-style book covering horses from their introduction in the Spanish Conquest to the Silver Screen.  A must read for any lover of horse books!
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    Price: $6.95
    The June Rise: The Apocryphal Letters of Joseph Antoine Janis
    Author: William Tremblay

    The June Rise tells the story of Joseph Antoine Janis's visionary transformation from a farm boy in Missouri to an advisor Red Cloud, a Lakota chief.
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    Price: $4.95