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The Wild West on 5 Bits a Day

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Enjoy time-travel through the Old West . . . and enter a world of cowboys, Indians, and cavalry officers, legendary lawmen and gunslingers, gamblers, working girls with hearts of gold, and pioneers building a life on the frontier.

The time is 1880. Railroad travel to California is relatively easy, and you can ride a spur line to towns like Santa Fe, but getting to many plac
Paperback, 160 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Thames & Hudson
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If "Friendly Planet Guides" had been around 130 years ago, they might have written something like this.
An eclectic collection of observations about towns, means of travel and culture west of the Mississippi.
Very enjoyable, using it primarily for research.
Abraham Ray
nice book about the wild west!
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