2 edition of Mountain men found in the catalog.
Ruxton, George Frederick Augustus
|Statement||Edited and illustrated by Glen Rounds.|
|Contributions||Rounds, Glen, 1906- ed. and illus.|
|LC Classifications||F592 .R9835|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||66008006|
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This book was first published in ()has pages, 23 chapters, numerous B/W illustrations by Tom Beecham, but sadly no maps. The introduction is by Paul Schullery.
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Popular literature and movies often portray them as crusty old coots providing comic relief in cowboy stories. But in their prime, fifty years before west of the cowboys, the mountain men lived a mythic period of American history – this was the west of Hugh Glass.
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Some just lived their times, some wrote or. Early Mountain Men like John Colter — who served on the Lewis & Clark Expedition — might well have carried the military contract rifle — essentially a G.I.
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