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Reed Anthony, Cowman: Two Classic Westerns

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• Two of American author Andy Adams books about America's Wild West are together in this Kindle ediiton: Reed Anthony, Cowman & The Outlet

Reed Anthony, Cowman (1907)
A dramatic tale of life as a cowman told in the form of a personal diary.

The Outlet (1905)
Adams's life on the trail as he drives a herd of Texas cattle to Montana. An adventure tale from the master.

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Kindle Edition, 204 pages
Published January 2nd 2014 by American Cowboy Books
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Both books are about the cattle drives from Texas to the north, as far as the Dakotas. The competition for government contracts to supply the army and the reservations, becomes bitter when speculators, with Washington's corrupt element decide, to vie for the money. I found the books interesting, as far as historical fiction goes.
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Andy Adams (1859–1935) was born to pioneer parents in Indiana, worked in Texas for ten years driving cattle, and settled in Colorado Springs, where he began writing his "real" stories of cowboys in the West.

While still in his teens, Adams ran away from home. He eventually made his way to Texas, where he found work as a cowboy. From 1882 to 1893, Adams witnessed firsthand the golden era of the Texa
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