The 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 Cowpunchers and Men who Fathered the Cattle Industry in Texas
(San Antonio): George W. Saunders, (1920). First Edition. Large 8vo. 498,  pp. Volume I. Original green cloth stamped in black. Illustrated with several reproductions of black & white photographs. Very good. Neatly rebacked with fresh laid endpapers. Covers moderately worn. Textblock toned, as usual with this bad paper, and more heavily browned at margins. Binding tight, text clean.
'The essential starting point for any study of Texas trail driving days.' Ramon Adams considered it 'the most important single contribution to the history of cattle driving on the western trails. Basic Texas Books 99. Howes H 803. One of 1500 copies.
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