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The Cowboy from the Wild Horse Desert, A Story of the King Ranch [signed]

Cavazos, Bobby

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ISBN 10: 097048240X / ISBN 13: 9780970482402
Published by CAVA Publishers, Karrville, Texas, U.S.A., 2000
Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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271 pages; black & white pictorial soft covers; signed and inscribed by author in black felt tip pen to front free endpaper (To ., Thank you, Bobby Cavazos September 7, 2002"); laid in is a business card from the author; negligible wear and blemishes to covers; a tight copy with no spine creases; a near fine copy; signed example of rollicking historical fiction/nonfiction mix retelling youthful tales from the author's father. Bookseller Inventory # X00425

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Title: The Cowboy from the Wild Horse Desert, A ...

Publisher: CAVA Publishers, Karrville, Texas, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Now the story can be told. A saga of the ranch of Kings - of one man alone whose quest for answers brings a tale of historical battles, the loss of Spanish Land Grants, murder, intrigue and burning desires rolling across the sands of the Wild Horse Desert in a tale as big as Texas.

About the Author
Many books have been written about the King Ranch. But no one has ever told the Texican side of the story.... Until now. Bobby Cavazos was born on the King Ranch. He was taught by his father, Lauro, as he grew up on the King Ranch, and he spent many years as Foreman of the Laureles Division, the 255,000 acre largest division of the ranch. This is about the Vaqueros, the Caporals, and the Foremen who ride the horses and work the cattle; an accurate picture of the inner-working of the largest cattle operation in Texas and in the world.

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