Readers travel on back trails of the Old West with the legendary Buffalo Bill as their guide in this thrilling memoir of frontier life. The author reminisces about buffalo hunts, Indian life, stagecoach travel, and the Pony Express as well famous acquaintances such as Hickock, Sherman, Sheridan, and ... read more
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Readers travel on back trails of the Old West with the legendary Buffalo Bill as their guide in this thrilling memoir of frontier life. The author reminisces about buffalo hunts, Indian life, stagecoach travel, and the Pony Express as well famous acquaintances such as Hickock, Sherman, Sheridan, and Custer. Illustrations by N. C. Wyeth.
Reprint of the Cosmopolitan Book Corporation, Rahway, New Jersey, 1920.
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