6 edition of A Vaquero Of The Brush Country found in the catalog.
April 30, 2004
by Kessinger Publishing
|Contributions||Justin C. Gruelle (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
This true story of the Texas brush range and the first cowboys, as thrilling as any tale of fiction, has become a classic in Western literature. It is the story of the land where cattle by tens of thousands were killed on the prairie and where the "Skinning War" was fought. It is the story of the Chisholm Trail up to Abilene and the Platte and of establishing a ranch on the free grass of the. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, Hardcover. Illustrations by Justin C. Gruelle. 8vo. Tan cloth with blue lettering. xvi, pp. Frontispiece, line drawings, map endpapers. Very good. Spine faintly sunned; cowboy-theme bookplate on front flyleaf. Item # Handsome and tight first reprint edition of Dobie's first book , Partly from the Reminiscences of John Young, a .
The term “brush country” was popularized by Texas folklorist J. Frank Dobie (), especially in the book title, A Vaquero of the Brush Country (). Earlier citations of “sage brush country” and “brush country” had existed in the 19th century for various locations of the American West. And it is the story of John Young, old-time vaquero who was trail driver, hog chaser, sheriff, ranger, hunter of Mexican bandits, horse-thief killer, prairie-fire fighter, ranch manager, and other things - a man who was also something of a dreamer, Brand: John D Young; J Frank Dobie; Justin C Gruelle.
Brush Management: Past, Present, Future gives readers a straightforward and comprehensive view of a topic that remains a consistent concern for livestock, wildlife, and land management—one that will serve as a useful and interesting summary of the subject for teachers, students, landowners, and management professionals. Origin of the California Vaquero The origin of the California Vaquero dates back to the ’s, long before old California joined the rest of the United States. The Spanish conquistadores had a big hand in getting this horse unit going, and its members were selected from the Indians along the mission trails.
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A Vaquero of the Brush Country: The Life and Times of John D. YoungCited by: A Vaquero of the Brush Country is John Young's account of life as a South Texas cowboy from the s to the early 20th century.
The book covers a lot of ground from daily life, to the cattle business as a business, the cattle business as a way of life, and a 4/5. A Vaquero of the Brush Country: The Life and Times of John D. Young by Dobie, J. Frank,Young, John D.
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out of 5 stars A Vaquero of the Brush Country. Reviewed in the United States on Janu Verified Purchase. I read for short periods of time. This book was great for me. I enjoy cowboy/western/treasure hunting stories. This book contained all of them.
Having traveled in Texas, it made the stories even more personal.5/5(1). Vaquero Brush Country, First Edition. You Searched For: A Vaquero of the Brush Country Partley from the Reminiscences of John Young. Dobie, J. Frank Signed and dated, Dallas, A Vaquero Of The Brush Country book Jan.
23, or 39 (see photo). Book is very good, tight binding, clean pages, square. Page has a corner fold. Front free end page has been corner. The matter of the authorship of A Vaquero of the Brush Country was ultimately resolved in this litigation between Young's descendants and the estate of J.
Frank Dobie and the University of Texas, holders of interests in the copyright. The court's decision established John Young and J. Frank Dobie as joint authors of A Vaquero of the Brush mater: Southwestern University. A Vaquero of the Brush Country: Partly from the Reminiscences of John Young Dobie, J.
Frank Dallas, TX: Southwest Press; () First edition, first issue with "Rio Grande River" on map endpapers.
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Get this from a library. A vaquero of the brush country. [J Frank Dobie; John Duncan Young] -- A Vaquero of the Brush Country is both vivid narrative and graphic history. The cattle industry of America began in the mesquitals between the Nueces and the Rio Grands; the first cowboys Book relates the "chaos of the open range and earthquaking effect of barbed-wire," said Dobie Experiences of brush cowboys were different from the Plains cowboys Dobie includes chapters on the making of a vaquero, razorback hogs, the Bloody Border, the Chisholm Trail, Bringing in the Strays, Dodging Comanches and Hunting Water, Many Trails Seller Rating: % positive.
Buy A Vaquero of the Brush Country by J Frank Dobie online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. The text of this Pennant Books paperback is an abridgement of the text of the original hardcover edition. NOTE: The copy of this book which was scanned was missing the final page (page ).Pages: Dobie - Vaquero of the Brush Country Book Snakeskin Ed - A Western Classic.
Condition is Very Good. 1st edition. Charles Perkins' copy, and so inscribed. Very minor foxing inside, edge wear on cover; otherwise very Rating: % positive.
Dallas: The Southwest Press. Very Good. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Stated 4th Edition, printed in the same year as the 1st and bound in the same faux rattlesnake skin binding.
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A Vaquero of the Brush Country Author Dobie, Frank J Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good+ Jacket condition Very Good Edition 1st Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Southwest Press Place of Publication Dallas Texas Date published Keywords Cowboys, ranching, Texas, cvattleBook Edition: 1st Edition.
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The term Brush Country was actually popularized by noted South Texas author J. Frank Dobie in his book A Vaquero of the Brush Country: The Life and Times of John D.
Young. In a article appearing in the Southwest Review entitled “In the Brush Country” Dobie describes the area as including Webb, McMullen, Live Oak, Duval and “other.