Forty years on the frontier as seen in the journals and reminiscences of Granville Stuart gold-miner, trader, merchant, rancher and politician. Edited by Paul C. Phillips. Granville Stuart.
Forty years on the frontier as seen in the journals and reminiscences of Granville Stuart gold-miner, trader, merchant, rancher and politician. Edited by Paul C. Phillips
Forty years on the frontier as seen in the journals and reminiscences of Granville Stuart gold-miner, trader, merchant, rancher and politician. Edited by Paul C. Phillips
Forty years on the frontier as seen in the journals and reminiscences of Granville Stuart gold-miner, trader, merchant, rancher and politician. Edited by Paul C. Phillips

Forty years on the frontier as seen in the journals and reminiscences of Granville Stuart gold-miner, trader, merchant, rancher and politician. Edited by Paul C. Phillips

Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1925. 2 volumes, first edition, 8vo, pp. 272; 265; 10 plates; original blue cloth, t.e.g.; offset to endpapers, glue residue to rear endpapers of Vol. I, else very good. "Nothing better on the cowboys has ever been written than the chapter entitled 'Cattle Business.' in Volume II. A prime work throughout" (Dobie). "Granville Stuart was one of the first to raise cattle in Montana. During the 1880's cattle boom, he was manager and for a time part-owner of the largest outfit in Montana, the D-H-S ... When the winter of 1886-87 came, the pioneer cattle company survived, but Stuart was ruined personally because his failure to pay his debtors caused him to lose his stock" (Reese). Adams, Herd 2195, Six-Guns 2160, Reese, Six Score 106; Dobie, pp. 121-22; Howes S1096 (aa). Item #21570

Price: $500.00

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