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ZANE GREY'S RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE: The Real Story Behind the Wild West's Greatest Tale

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ZANE GREY'S RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE: The Real Story Behind the Wild West's Greatest Tale

His mother was against it, but he grew up to be a cowboy anyway. Zane Grey was a corn-fed Midwesterner who ended up an unhappy dentist in New York City. After a journey to Arizona and Utah in 1907, he decided he would rather wear chaps and a Stetson than return to a mundane life pulling teeth in Manhattan and thus began his career as a western writer. Illus.

Format: Hardbound
Pages: 227
Publisher: TwoDot
Publishing status: Current
ISBN: 9781493049011
Item #: 4737776

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