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Ladder Ranch Blog Book By Patrick and Sharon O'Toole
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This book traces the activities on the Ladder Ranch. This family ranching operation raises cattle, sheep, horses and dogs. Four generations live and work on this traditional ranch. The book... More > summarizes posts from the family's blog on the Western Folklife Center site.< Less
Ladder Ranch Blog Book By Patrick and Sharon O'Toole
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This book traces the activities on the Ladder Ranch. This family ranching operation raises cattle, sheep, horses and dogs. Four generations live and work on this traditional ranch. The book... More > summarizes posts from the family's blog on the Western Folklife Center site.< Less
Ranching, Riding and Flying By Sam Tidball
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Ranching, Riding and Flying is a compilation of stories written by our father, Sam Tidball. Dad spent numerous starry nights in a sheep wagon herding sheep on his parents’ ranch in Western... More > South Dakota. As children we delighted in hearing the stories of an era that seemed fun and magical. Now we realize it was a time filled with challenges that required rugged determination and hard work. Those times shaped his life and, consequently, they shaped ours as well. In his 80’s, he began documenting these stories, often in the wee hours of the night. Over the years, it has been a treat to receive his emails with new stories attached. We are proud to share his stories with the readers and look forward to handing them down to future generations. We offer this compilation as a gift in celebration of his ninetieth birthday with the same love, generosity and kindness he has shown us over the years.< Less
Ranching, Riding and Flying By Sam Tidball
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Ranching, Riding and Flying is a compilation of stories written by our father, Sam Tidball. Dad spent numerous starry nights in a sheep wagon herding sheep on his parents’ ranch in Western... More > South Dakota. As children we delighted in hearing the stories of an era that seemed fun and magical. Now we realize it was a time filled with challenges that required rugged determination and hard work. Those times shaped his life and, consequently, they shaped ours as well. In his 80’s, he began documenting these stories, often in the wee hours of the night. Over the years, it has been a treat to receive his emails with new stories attached. We are proud to share his stories with the readers and look forward to handing them down to future generations. We offer this compilation as a gift in celebration of his ninetieth birthday with the same love, generosity and kindness he has shown us over the years.< Less
Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail By Backcountry Reprints, Theodore Roosevelt
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Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail by Theodore Roosevelt. Illustrated by Frederic Remington. CONTENTS: The Cattle Country of the Far West -- Out on the Range -- The Home Ranch -- The Round-Up -- Winter... More > Weather -- Frontier Types -- Red and White on the Border -- Sheriff's Work on a Ranch -- The Ranchmman's Rifle on Crag and Prairie -- The Wapiti, or Round-Horned Elk -- The Big-Horn Sheep -- The Game of the High Peaks : The White Goat.< Less
The Boy Ranchers at Spur Creek; Or, Fighting the Sheep Herders By Willard F. Baker
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The Corless-Stewart Family By Carrie C. Stephenson, John C. Corless
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Life story of Lulu Rachel Stewart, who lived to be 103 years old. Born of Mormon pioneers, Lulu spent her youth in Mexico and Utah. After marrying Robert Corless, they ran a sheep ranch in Idaho... More > until his death in 1953. A widow for over 30 years, Lu is remembered as a strong-willed woman who valued education and hospitality.< Less
The Making of Ellen Winthrop By Jay Bailey-Holland
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It’s 1853 and 20-year-old Ellen Garrow is summarily married off to an Australian sheep farmer, Rawley Winthrop. The Winthrop household to which she is consigned is distinctly unwelcoming,... More > which includes her new husband. The only exception is his brother Joseph, who becomes her only adult friend. A humdrum way of life is shattered by a double calamity, resulting in the brothers heading off to the gold fields to try and recoup their losses. When after considerable time nothing is heard from them, Ellen decides to follow them… and her adventures really begin—culminating in a spell in gaol as a suspected murderer! How will she escape the clutches of the law? Will she ever find her husband and his brother? Will the Winthrop sheep farming enterprise survive? Who will finally be in charge?< Less
A Breath of Fresh Western Air By Burr Cook
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In this work of fiction a young man returns from World War I after being poison gassed in a trench in France. He falls in love with a nurse and moves to Arizona where he can breathe and get better on... More > a sheep ranch.< Less
Stories & Essays, 1927-1931 By Elizabeth Mai Rachal
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Elizabeth Mai Rachal, known as “Nookie” to her family and home-town friends, was born in 1920 and grew up on a large ranch in the far southwestern part of Texas. The stories, essays and... More > drawings in this book were written by Nookie during 1927-1931, when she was between the ages of 7 and 11 years. They are excerpts from schoolwork she did through the Calvert School, a home-schooling program, which bound each student’s exercises into a book at the end of every school year. Through her writing, the reader is offered a colorful glimpse of daily life for a child growing up on a West Texas ranch during the 1920s and early ’30s.< Less