Frontier Times Magazine: May 1973

By: Mulltiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good

Features: Are the Peralta Stone Maps a Hoax?; Old Betsy - queen of the Kansas Southern and Gulf Railroad; The West Wind Blows - stagecoach loot cached on the Conejos; The Man who put Nebraska in the shade - more than one million trees planted on 10 April, 1872 - the beginning of Arbor Day; Too much gold talk will get you killed - 40 wagons rolled through West Texas from the goldfields of California; The grave on the hill west of Laramie - Clement S. Bengough; Blue - a family's horse; Northern Minnesota's Gold Rush - a state geologist who falsely claimed that in 1865 he had found high-grade ore near Lake Vermillion unknowingly influenced the outcome of World War I!; Bare fist fighter James 'Yankee' Sullivan; Frontier foods and cookery; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Nice copy.