HOW THE WILD WEST WAS WON
Here the figures of the cowboy, gunslinger, soldier, Pony Express rider, settler, and Native American are introduced and explored through their impact on the settling and assimilation of the region. Wexler sheds light on this much-romanticized period of history by acknowledging its gritty realities and providing an answer as to why such an allure to the West persists. Well illustrated, some in color.
Size: 8x10¼ inches
Item #: 4653912
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