2 edition of Stories of early days in Wyoming found in the catalog.
Stories of early days in Wyoming
Tacetta B. Walker
|Statement||by Tacetta B. Walker.|
|LC Classifications||F761 .W28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., iv p., 1 l., 271 p.|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||36011201|
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Stories of Early Days in Wyoming: Big Horn Basin Paperback – January 1, by Tacetta B Walker (Author)Author: Tacetta B Walker. Stories of early days in Wyoming; Big Horn basin, (Book, )  Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.
Your request to send this item has been completed. Find Stories Of Early Days In Wyoming by Walkeu, Tacetta B.1st edition purple cloth binding near fine condition, minor wear to edges of binding, minor faint rubs to rear of nindi.
Signed by Walker on the title page. Purple cloth stamped in gilt, with map endpapers. Hinges cracked, but the binding is sound. Uneven fading to the boards; spine sunned. "No 89" is written at the top of the free endpaper, possibly with the same ink as the author's signature. Lacking one of the map pages.
Bridger Trail, early mail delivery, ranches and roundups, Johnson County War, outlaws. The decade from the early s to the early s was a boom period for Wyoming as high energy prices boosted the state's coal, oil, and natural gas industries.
By the mids, however, energy prices were falling and the economy was hurt by its lack of diversity, but tourism and recreation subsequently developed as an important sector of the. WALKER, Tacetta B. Stories of Early Days in Wyoming. Big Horn Basin.
Casper: Prairie Publishing Company, . , iv, , [1 blank] pp., 9 plates (mostly photographic, portraits and scenes), one map, text illustrations, endpaper maps.
8vo. Urbanek, Mae Bobb. Wyoming Wonderland. Denver, CO: Sage Books, F U7 and Americana F U7 Walker, Tacetta B. Stories of Early Days in Wyoming: Big Horn Basin. Casper, WY: Prairie Publishing Company, Americana F W28 Welch, Charles A. History of the Big Horn Basin: with Stories of Early Days, Sketches ofFile Size: KB.
books 51 voters list created January 25th, by Kelli Robinson. Tags: fiction, setting, state, united-states, wyoming 5 likes Like. Art in Wyoming dates back to the early native population of the United States.
The artwork of early Wyoming is thought to be part of traditional Dinwoody rock art. The first discoveries of these rock formation art works date back to , from records kept by shoulders posted on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Terms. Walker, Tacetta, Stories Of Early Days In Wyoming,1st, vg, rare source book.
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TITLE: Close Range: Wyoming Stories WHY I CHOSE THIS BOOK: It is a National Book Award Winner REVIEW: My enjoyment of the stories in this book was uneven.
Some seemed bizarre and pointless. Some were quirky but had heart. A lot of characters short on talk or looking at their feelings/5(). Inspired by the StoryCorps visit to Cheyenne, Wyoming Stories captures history through the memories of those who live here.
Over the years, Wyoming Public Media has had the privilege to record stories at various events around the state that capture a full panorama of what it means to live in Wyoming. Here are some unique and inspiring stories straight from their journals.
Rays of Light. It was July somewhere in Wyoming, and the Bunker handcart company was running low on food. Twenty-four-year-old Samuel Taylor Orton soon became too weak to pull his handcart, lagging behind the company and asking the Lord to let him die.
Cole, Gilbert L: In The Early Days Along the Overland Trail, Nebraska Territory, Recollections of a wagon train journey from Monroe, Michigan to California along the Oregon Trail. Colt, Miriam Davis: Went to Kansas Being a Thrilling Account of an Ill-Fated Expedition to That Fairy Land, and its Sad Results.
In time for the holidays, the Casper Star-Tribune has compiled a selection of this year’s books about Wyoming and the West, many written by authors with a connection to the Cowboy State.A short history of old Fort Laramie (the cradle of western empire) (His Early days in Wyoming).
The Goshen News. Johnson, Dorothy M. (). The Story of a Cattlemen's War. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. A selective list of books on Wyoming .W. Edwards Deming: The Story of a Truly Remarkable Person Robert B. Austenfeld, Jr. (Received on ) 1. Introduction The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief biography of Dr.
W. Edwards Deming. Deming was born in and died in Almost up to his death he was unbelievably active in promoting quality.