50 Years in the Saddle (Looking Back Down the Trail, Vol. 4)
Contains information from the first three volumes in addition to new names, families and stories added since the other volumes were first printed.
"Twas only yesterday, the North Dakota prairies were wild, free, unfenced and scarcely tracked. The prinicpal means of travel and the most valuable possession of the pioneer cowboy was his saddle horse. As Dakota Territory became a state and motorized vehicles and other changes came about, gradually the cowboys's horse, his pride and joy, became no longer a necessity, but a luxury. When old time cowboys got together, though, their conversations always centered around their "Life in the Saddle" wi...
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