7 edition of Tales of the Wild Horse Desert found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -119) and index.
|Other titles||Wild horse desert|
|Statement||Betty Bailey Colley and Jane Clements Monday.|
|Series||Jack and Doris Smothers series in Texas history, life, and culture ;, no. 4|
|Contributions||Monday, Jane Clements, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||F395.M5 C65 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||2001000186|
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Tales of the Wild Horse Desert By Betty Bailey Colley and Jane Clements Monday This book tells the stories of the vaqueros of the Wild Horse Desert for fourth- through eighth-grade students.
Series: Jack and Doris Smothers Endowment in Texas. This book tells the stories of the vaqueros of the Wild Horse Desert for fourth- through eighth-grade students.
It begins with a brief history of the vaqueros and the King and Kenedy Ranches. Then, using in the words of today's vaqueros and their families, it describes many aspects of past and present life on the ranches.5/5(1).
Tales of the Wild Horse Desert (Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History, Life, and Culture) (ISBN )/5(5). Wild Horse Desert First Edition by Brian Robertson (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both s: 2. Tales of the Wild Horse Desert Tales of the Wild Horse Desert $ This book tells the stories of the vaqueros of the Wild Horse Desert for fourth- through eighth-grade students. This book tells the stories of the vaqueros of the Wild Horse Desert for fourth- through eighth-grade students.
It begins with a brief history of the vaqueros and the King and Kenedy Ranches. Then, using in the words of today's vaqueros and their families, it describes Price: $ In this book, Jane Clements Monday and Betty Bailey Colley bring together the voices of these men and women who make ranching possible in the Wild Horse Desert.
From tothe authors interviewed more than sixty members of vaquero families, ranging in age from 20 to Dave Philipps, a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times Reporter, recently explored the history of the Wild Horse Desert, along with the myths and the future of the Texas mustang in his book entitled “Wild Horse Country.” The number of horses that were gathered up and sold, put to work, or even turned into food is staggering.
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It’s also where the stretch of coastal grasslands once known as the Wild Horse Desert begins. The museum, the definitive archive of ranching lore and storyteller of the King/Kenedy history, also serves as informative touchstone for your guided tour of the King Ranch.
See herds of Santa Gertrudis and longhorns, and ranch life highlights. Tales of the Wild Horse Desert. [Betty Bailey Colley; Jane Clements Monday] -- This book sheds new light on the bravery, dedication, talents, and lifestyles of the vacqueros of the King and Kenedy Ranches.
These herds are said to have drifted over the northern border of Mexico and others were left behind from 17th century Spanish expeditions. Tales of the Wild Horse Desert: First Draft - The Portal to Texas History A first draft of a plot for "a musical comedy loosely based upon the history of the Nueces Strip and Northern Mexico " A first draft of a plot for "a musical comedy loosely based upon the history of the Nueces Strip and Northern Mexico ".
AboutFrank "Wild Horse" Robbins, brother of famed rodeo cowboy "Skeeter Bill" Robbins, began capturing wild horses in the Red Desert. At the time wild horses were seen in southern Wyoming ranging from the Colorado border up to Pinedale.
As previously note, wild horses were also seen near Meeteetse and in the Pryor Mounains. This book is all about horses and how they live in the Red Desert. What dangers they face, and where they go. I like this book because the illustrations look like cavemen drew them.
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Journals may take weeks to ship. Additional Details. Description: The Wild Horse Desert country of South Texas is home to a unique culinary culture.
Based on northern Mexican or norteño cooking, but influenced by Anglo and German settlers as well as the region's searing heat and abundant wild game, it is true Tex-Mex cuisine at its purest and most delicious -- the food that has sustained generations of ranchers and vaqueros.
With the birth of his first child pending, Grey felt compelled to complete his next novel, The Heritage of the Desert. He wrote it in four months in He wrote it in four.
Wild Horse Desert by Robertson, Brian. New Santander Pr. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside.
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