Tales of the Chuck Wagon

This is a new release of the original 1926 edition.

Tales of the Chuck Wagon

This is a new release of the original 1926 edition.

Trail Cookin

Trail Cookin


Chuck Wagon Stew

... by First Avenue Editions 241 First Avenue North Minneapolis, Minnesota
55401 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Bird, E.J. Chuck
wagon stew. Summary: Presents a collection of tall tales from the Old West. 1.
Tall tales. 2.

Chuck Wagon Stew

Presents a collection of tall tales from the Old West.

Tales of the Wild Horse Desert

When this smelly , messy job was finished , the wagons dried in the hot Texas
sun and were then ready to be packed . Often the camps would have two cooks
and sometimes two chuck wagons if they were moving big herds spread out on
the ...

Tales of the Wild Horse Desert

This book sheds new light on the bravery, dedication, talents, and lifestyles of the vacqueros of the King and Kenedy Ranches.

The Cowboy s Cookbook

From songs sung around the campfire after hearty meals of steak, beans, and skillet cornbread to the recipes you'll need to recreate those trailside meals in your own kitchen, this book will get you in touch with the spirit of the Old West.

The Cowboy s Cookbook

From chuckwagon recipes to dutch-oven favorites for your own campfire, The Cowboy's Cookbook features recipes, photos, and lore celebrating the cowboy’s role in the shaping of the American West. From songs sung around the campfire after hearty meals of steak, beans, and skillet cornbread to the recipes you'll need to recreate those trailside meals in your own kitchen, this book will get you in touch with the spirit of the Old West.

Roy Rogers

Submitted August 6 , 1951 . Roy's good deeds convince Apache Tom to follow
the straight and narrow . “ Breed of the Pioneers " : DuBois / Micale . Submitted
July 31 , 1951. " Chuck Wagon Charley's Tales " : DuBois . Submitted July 28 ,
1951.

Roy Rogers

This is the definitive work on Roy Rogers, the "King of the Cowboys." The lives and careers of Rogers and his wife, Dale Evans, are thoroughly covered, particularly their work on radio and television. The merchandising history of Roy Rogers reveals that his marketing of character-related products was second only to that of Walt Disney; Roy Rogers memorabilia are still among the most popular items. Includes a comprehensive discography, filmography and comicography. Heavily illustrated.

TALL TALES AND SHORT STORIES

They were riding a circle that was too big to get back to the wagon at noon, so no
one ever ate lunch. They'd kept riding all day and made it back to the chuck
wagon about dusk. Ben said the last time he saw Alton he was disappearing into
the ...

TALL TALES AND SHORT STORIES

His younger brothers and sisters were in shock. BEN ROBERTSON, fifteen, son of a South Texas share-cropper and with dreams of being a cowboy, started walking toward town. He climbed in a boxcar and rode three days and nights to Channing, Texas where his older brother, FRED ROBERTSON, was working on a ranch. Fred got him a job and Ben spent the rest of his life, mostly horseback. Four years later, his younger brother, ALTON ROBERTSON, also fifteen, walked that same dusty road with the smaller kids running along behind, pulling on his sleeve and begging him to come back. But, he climbed into a boxcar, riding day and night with no food or water, and hopped off in Channing, just as Ben had done. He caught a ride with a supply wagon out to the ranch where Fred and Ben were working and they got him a job. His childhood was spent riding rough horses, rounding up cattle, branding, shipping, and sleeping on the ground. Alton and Ben learned the cowboy life the hard way, by experience. Life on big Texas ranches in the twenty’s was hard. Long days in the saddle for weeks at a time caused many a cowboy to look toward the horizon, in the direction of some small town where occasional Saturday night dances were held. Alton and Ben made many of those rough-house dances where pretty girls were scarce and fights were common and they never turned down either, the pretty girls or the fights. Bucking horses, runaway horses, wild horses, and lots of good horses, Alton learned the cowboy way just as many other young men had done before him. Ride those bucking horses or draw your pay and hike back to town. As time passed, he found a sweetheart, got married, lived in a one room shack without the benefit of electricity, plumbing or running water, raised a family, and served his country in the US Army. Later in life, Alton owned a wind mill rig with Ben, broke horses, worked at the sale barn in Dalhart, Texas, purchased a tough bar in Lawton, Oklahoma from his brother-in-law, EMERY COWLEY, and eventually bought a good grass ranch in the northwest Arkansas town of Green Forest. He settled down there for the reminder of his life, running a small cow herd, helping his neighbors, and meeting the three best friends of his life, CLAY THARP, and his brothers, Claude, Clell, and Clinton. The lives of true cowboys are colored into this account of four generations of a family that lived, enjoyed and overcame the hardships of working on the ranges of Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. It is compiled for the appreciation of all who have been cowboys or have ancestors whose lives were enriched by cowboy life. This book opens the corral gate beckoning to the young ones who feel the calling to live in an honorable, hard-working and determined commitment to life that few find nowadays. Enjoy the hardscrabble humor, sweat and endurance of those who have preceded us in this great adventure of the American West. Chimp Robertson

Cowboy Tales Along the Trail

Behind the trail boss usually came the chuck wagon loaded with cowboy bedrolls
and provisions. To the side of the chuck wagon was the remuda, additional
horses needed by the cowboys, led by a wrangler. Behind the chuck wagon, ...

Cowboy Tales Along the Trail

Celebrated western artist Jack Terry captures the essence of cowboy living in this collection of stories, prayers, and insights from life on the trail. Drawing on his many hours in the saddle and the life of his cowboy granddad, Jacks reveals how the cowboy code applies to life today: trust God to provide look for God’s majesty in His creation realize a person’s value is in what he or she gives stand up for what is right be content with what you have don’t just talk humility—live it see trials as opportunities to grow stronger Readers will enjoy this riding-the-range wisdom that makes life rich and meaningful whether they live in the city, country, or somewhere in-between.

Trails to and Tales of Sanderson Texas

We had about ten hands, a chuck wagon, and a cook. The same way the old-
timers did back in the days of the big trail drives. “I tell you, Luke, it was a good
time. Yes, sir, a good time for sure. We stopped for the day and set up camp right
 ...

Trails to and Tales of Sanderson  Texas

Punch was sort of a mongrel. In his veins circulated the blood of all the races found along the Gulf Coast and the Mexican border. Like most mongrels, Punch was a survivor, smart, healthy, dependable and loyal.Punch was a bit short of six-feet tall, slim, always clean shaven, with graying brown hair and blue eyes. He walked with a limp. His left leg had been messed up in a bad fall with a cowpony some years back. The wreck pretty well retired him from working as a full-time cowhand.Punch had an endless supply of stories of the old days; but, no one knew where he actually came from or exactly how old he was. It was evident that he had been a cowboy, probably a lawman, a hunter, a trapper and perhaps, an outlaw. Punch was fluent in Spanish and French, knew some Apache, and most folks believed that he knew Indian sign language. He was known to be a talented tracker. Some claimed: "He could track a bird through the air."As little was known about Punch, folks tended to fill the gaps with guesses and rumors. Punch never agreed or disagreed with those who claimed to have some knowledge about his background. As long as the avoided insulting or demeaning him, Punch would smile, volunteer nothing and allow people to form their own opinions about his background.He was easy going and friendly to everyone; but, if you had the sense God gave a sheep, you would sense Punch was not a man to be trifled with. Given the right circumstances, Punch could be a dangerous person to cross.One of the stories associated with Punch claimed he had trailed, on foot, a horse-thief into Mexico and recovered a stolen horse. When people mentioned the story to Punch, he would nod his head in apparent agreement and tell them: "Yup, you just about got it right."Punch knew that they were wrong...Dead wrong. Only he knew what had happened and he wasn't talking.

Legends and Tales of the American West

pappy's vaqueros were sittin' around the chuck wagon. Some feller offered him a
king-sized plate of pork and beans but he waved it aside as no fit chow for a
grown man. He fixed himself a meal of live horny toads, gila monsters, and ...

Legends and Tales of the American West

From Davy Crockett, Wild Bill Hickok, and Calamity Jane to Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, and Frank and Jesse James, here are more than 130 colorful stories of the pioneers, cowboys, outlaws, gamblers, prospectors, and lawmen who settled the wild west, creating a uniquely American hero and an enduringly fascinating folk mythology. In this wonderfully boisterous treasury of tall tales, everyone and everything is larger than life and bragging is elevated into an art form. Many of these stories are of real people and real events; more than a few, however, grew taller and funnier as they made their rounds from wagon train to campfire to rodeo to miners' quarters. But even if it is far from established that Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett were able to kill three men with one bullet or subdue ferocious grizzly bears with their fists, they come vividly to life here as beloved characters who have become part of the fabric of the American imagination. With black-and white illustrations throughout Part of the Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library

The Billy the Kid Reader

Another book, Tales from the Chuck Wagon, also failed to find a publisher, so he
printed it himself in 1926. It is clear that he was a born storyteller, but apart from a
few articles, that was about the sum of his writing. In the last years of his life, ...

The Billy the Kid Reader

Despite the countless books and films devoted to him, Billy the Kid remains one of the most elusive figures of the Old West. Now, award-winning western historian Frederick Nolan has scoured the published literature to offer this well-rounded compendium on the life and times of William H. Bonney. The Billy the Kid Reader contains some of the best articles on the Kid—including gems no longer in print. From the first dime novel that appeared shortly after his death to the research of today’s historians, these writings bring Bonney’s life into sharp focus. Nolan highlights two distinct schools of Billy the Kid studies: works of popularizers who tended to exaggerate his historical role, and the findings of grassroots researchers who have reassessed our perceptions of the Kid. Dozens of illustrations enhance the text, illuminating the Kid’s career and notoriety. This collection shows that the life of William H. Bonney is not yet a closed book—far from it. Many versions of his life remain little more than unchallenged tradition. The Billy the Kid Reader puts that lengthy body of work in perspective and will satisfy seasoned Kid aficionados as well as first-time readers eager to learn more about the man and the legend.

Chuck Wagon Cookin

"This is a splendid collection of cowcamp cook tales and 112 authentic old-time dutch oven recipes." —Books of the Southwest "It is a delightful combination of yarns, history, nostalgia, and solid information—all ingeniously brewed up ...

Chuck Wagon Cookin

Chili, stew, biscuits—it's all here in over a hundred old-time recipes, home remedies too! More than a cookbook, it's a treasure trove of ranch lore. "This is a splendid collection of cowcamp cook tales and 112 authentic old-time dutch oven recipes." —Books of the Southwest "It is a delightful combination of yarns, history, nostalgia, and solid information—all ingeniously brewed up and spiced by a lady who knows what she is about." —Journal of Arizona History "We haven't had a book that was so much fun to read in a long time." —Journal of the West "If you want a good change in your eating, this is the book for you." —True West

American Bypaths

Tales of the Chuck Wagon is a Chaucerian piece of literature wherein each
person working the yearly roundup had to meet at the chuck wagon on the first
night and tell a story , sing a song , or do a dance . Thorp participated in many
such ...

American Bypaths

Covers a diverse range of interests in American literature.

True Tales of the Prairies and Plains

With nine cowboys , a black cook called Uncle Ed , a string of good horses , and
a chuck wagon , Barton , his wife , and their baby daughter set out from Mason
County in central Texas for Kansas with a herd of three thousand longhorns ...

True Tales of the Prairies and Plains

This is a collection of stories set on the prairies and plains of middle America that stretch from Rio Grande northward into Canada.

Women s Tales from the New Mexico WPA

The tales consist of animal stories , ordinary folktales , jokes and anecdotes , and
formula tales . ... of the New Mexico Federal Writers ' Project , and N . Howard
Thorp , writer and author of Cowboy Songs and Tales of the Chuck Wagon .

Women s Tales from the New Mexico WPA

During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the administration of President Franklin Roosevelt instituted a Federal Writers Project as part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Many People Participated in compiling a series of state-by-state guides to the country. Among the New Mexico Project workers were two women interviewers. Lou Sage Batchen and Annette Hesch Thorp, who placed particular emphasis upon gathering Hispanic women's stories, or cuentos. Rebolledo and Marques have combed through archhives to recover these invaluable first-hand accounts.

Tastes Tales from Texas with Love

CHARLIE GOODNIGHT invented it , but that ' s not why we call it the chuck
wagon . The chuck wagon evolved with the trail drives . In early Texas cattle
drives , each trail hand carried his own food . As the drives grew larger and
longer , trail ...

Tastes   Tales from Texas with Love

The recipes reflect the variety, the uniqueness and the best of Texas cooking combined with tales, history and humor of the Lone Star State. The recipes range from gourmet to everyday, and have been collected from every part of the state. Included are Texas favorites such as Lone Star Chicken Fried Steak, Horseshoe Mountain Buck Chili, Skillet Cornbread, Mesquite Smoked Fajitas, Culinarian Barbecued Shrimp, Lady Bird's Popovers and King Ranch Chicken Casserole.

A Taste of Cowboy

Accompanied by entertaining stories and poetry, an authentic cowboy and TV veteran presents a guide to comfort food that gets creative with pantry ingredients to create such dishes as Sweet Heat Chopped Barbecue Sandwiches and Bread Pudding ...

A Taste of Cowboy

Accompanied by entertaining stories and poetry, an authentic cowboy and TV veteran presents a guide to comfort food that gets creative with pantry ingredients to create such dishes as Sweet Heat Chopped Barbecue Sandwiches and Bread Pudding With Whisky Cream Sauce. 35,000 first printing.

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Tales of the Sun land

... an easy exit, and he and the girl walked out of the pueblo unchallenged. They
reached the chuckwagon in safety, and Carmelita was soon safely within the
covered wagon, while Wentworth explained the situation to THE BRUJA BONITA
229.

Tales of the Sun land


Tales of the Batman

High now chuck the wain To shade the roof . Why not the mare , too , In its behoof
? - Yours coolly , the Riddler Batman felt a chill sharper than the night ' s . The
outmoded word wain for wagon had struck home . Could the Riddler have
pierced ...

Tales of the Batman

Sixteen stories featuring two of Batman's greatest foes, the Riddler and Two-face.