Original home of the longhorn [manuscript] / Rainier, Ruth W.
File — Box: 1, Folder: 19
Identifier: Folder 19
"This is the story of Spanish colonization of vaqueros, and old Mexican ranches, of hardy Texas pioneers, of hide and tallow factories, of long cattle trails, of mustang hunters and Mexican bandits, of cattle rustlers from both sides of the Rio Grande, of brands, and the free range and barbed wire fences, of war and precarious peace, of freezes and droughts; in fact, of much that went into the making of this border country, the original home of the longhorn" - author's preface.
- Rainier, Ruth W. (Person)
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