Ranch Life in the Far West
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by Theodore Roosevelt.
After being president, Roosevelt stated "I would not have been president had it
not been for my experience in North Dakota" And so here are his experiences, as he
wrote about them, of cattle, ranching, sheriff's work, hunting game, and frontier types.
Tales of round-ups, breaking broncos, and arresting thieves are included, as well as the
harshness of the winters on his Elkhorn Ranch, much of which is now in the Theodore
Roosevelt National Memorial Park. Foreword is by park naturalist Gerard T. Altoff.
Reprinted from 1888 and 1893.
Illustrated primarily with engravings done by Frederic Remington for the original
publication. 96 large-format pages.
Order #: VIST0034 paper$9.95
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