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Hardcover The Last Cowboy: The Personal Story of a Vanishing Cowboy Book

ISBN: 1571687092

ISBN13: 9781571687098

The Last Cowboy: The Personal Story of a Vanishing Cowboy

Leroy Webb represent the vanishing era of the open-range cowboy. For six decades he has rounded up, roped, chased, wrestled, and cajoled cattle while riding over vast ranchlands and sleeping under the... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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The End of an Era Not to be Forgotten

Davis Ford has compiled a labor of love, this by capturing the thoughts, ideas and personas of an era that is quickly leaving us. Just as Tom Brokow has referred to those who participated in WWII as members of a great generation, so are those whom Dr. Ford memoralizes in his book. You can almost hear the campfire crackle as the cowboys discuss their lives in a time soon to be remembered only by the false pictures generated by Hollywood of men who are truely of the ages. Everyone who has even sat astride of a horse, or watched John Wayne in action, needs to read this book to hear the true story of the American west and the men who made history, and won a country, in their own quiet way. This book will be read 100 years from now by those who want to know the true story of the American west and those that left their own personal brand on our country.

Colorful Mosaic of a Man and an Era

In his excellent book, The Last Cowboy, Davis Ford creates a colorful mosaic not only of Leroy Webb but also of many other authentic cowboys - as well as the development of an entire region. The format of the book enhances the story with quotes encased in barbed wire, action pictures, regional maps and appropriate quotations interspersed in the text. The Last Cowboy is an outstanding chronology of an era told through ancestral history, geographical details and economic facts woven into telling the life story of Webb. It is a pleasure to read this well-researched and well-crafted history, augmented by humorous anecdotes and the personal observations of the author.
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