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Working Cowboy: Recollections of Ray Holmes

Liberty, Margot; Head, Barry

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ISBN 10: 0806126922 / ISBN 13: 9780806126920
Published by Oklahoma, 1995
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Very Good/Very Good (36631) Signed Co-Author Hardcover, very good condition, w. v. ltly slanted, v. ltly compressed sp, v. ltly bumped corners. Ltly tanned p. edges w. sme lt spots, esp on p. fr edgwes. Inscription signed by co-author Barry on ffep. Cln, tight, unmarked.Dj very good, ltly rubbed, lt marks. V. lt tanning on r., flaps. 261. Bookseller Inventory # 36631

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Title: Working Cowboy: Recollections of Ray Holmes

Publisher: Oklahoma

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First ition edition

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In Working Cowboy, Margot Liberty and Barry Head present the oral history of Ray Holmes, a Wyoming cowboy born in 1911. Holmes has spent his life on horseback, herding cattle and doing other work with livestock. Since the time he rode his first horse, Holmes wanted nothing more than to be a cowboy--though his father insisted he would never make a living at it. The determination that started him on his dream has stayed with him throughout his life. Holmes remains a quiet man, averse to bragging but is candid and strongly opinionated.

Practical chapters, such as Some Talk about Cowboysâ and Some Talk about Calves and Calving,â alternate with chapters describing Holmesâ s colorful life, including his coping with the blizzard of 1959, listening to the very first radio in the neighborhood, and sleeping with potatoes to keep them from freezing.

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Margot Liberty, widely known as an anthropologist specializing in Northern Plains Indians and ranching culture, is the author, coauthor, or editor of Cheyenne Memories, with John Stands In Timber; A Northern Cheyenne Album, with photographs by Thomas B. Marquis; Working Cowboy: Recollections of Ray Holmes; A Cheyenne Voice: The Complete John Stands In Timber Interviews; and Songs and Snippets: Poems of Margot Liberty.

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