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The Legendary California Hackamore & Stock Horse by the famous horse trainer Bobby Ingersoll is a fascinating book about the history of the California stock horse and the hackamore style of horse training. Bobby’s depth of experience and knowledge results in a volume that will delight and educate readers. It is complete with practical horse training tips, intricate drawings by Jim Paul and diagrams as well as beautiful photographs.

Approx. 11-1/2" x 12" hard cover, 204 pages. $50.00


California History

Changing Times, by Henry A. Twisselman, $25.00

Don't Get Me Started!, by Henry A Twisselman: a true California Pioneer, $25.00

Cuentos based on folk tales of Spanish California, by Angus MacLean, hardcover $14.95

Lands of Mission San Miguel, The by Wallace V. Ohles, 367 pp. softcover, $24.95

Little Known Tales in California HIstory by Alton Pryor, 199 pp. softcover, $9.95

Rancho Santa Margarita Remembered
by Jerome W. Baumgartner, 170 pp. softcover, $12.95

Tell Me More Ancestor Stories, Grandma, A History of Early California Families, by Dianna J. Dennett, softcover, $20.00

Tales of Mexican California, softcover, $8.95

Mexican California, by Antonio Coronel, $8.95

Rancho San Julian: The Story of a California Ranch and Its People by A. Dibblee Poett, 240 pp. softcover, $14.95

Thomas Hildreth: Early California Cattle Baron, by Brenda Burnett Preston, softcover, $8.95

A World Transformed: Firsthand Accounts of California Before the Gold Rush, edited by Joshua Paddison, 320 pp. softcover, $15.95

East of the Gabilans by Marjorie Pierce, two centuries these peaceful grasslands in San Benito and south Santa Clara counties have captivated Californians. 194 pp. softcover, $14.95

Forty Years a Forester: 1903-1943 by Elers Koch a pioneering forest manager and master firefighter in the early days of the US Forest Service. 220 pages, 6 1/4 x 9 5/8, soft cover, $16.00

Western History

Bandidos, softcover

Cattle King by Edward F. Treadwell, Henry Miller was the largest private landowner in the US and the driving force behind Miller & Lux. 375 pp. softcover, 2nd ed, $16.95

Cattle On a Thousand Hills by Robert Glass Cleland, paper, $24.95

Charro: Roping/Floreo de Reata by Frank Dean and Dr. Nacho Rodriguez, 11 1/4 in. x 8 3/4 in., c. 2003, hardbound, 271 pp., half in English and half in Spanish with extensive illustrations and photos, $24.95

Conquerors: The Roots of new world Horsemanship by Deb Bennett, c. 1998, hardbound, 422 pp., 11 1/4 in. tall x 8 3/4 in. wide, $49.95

Cowboys, softcover, $4.95

Curse of the Feathered Snake, The, softcover, $5.95

Dusty Trails, by Glorianne Weigand, softcover, $12.95

Evans and Sontag, by Hu Maxwell

Evans and Sontag, softcover, $12.95

First Three Wagon Trains (bio), softcover, $11.95

In the Days of the Vaqueros: America's First True Cowboys, by Russell Freedman, historic photos and artwork, hardbound, 70 pages, c. 2001, $18.00

Cattle Country of Peter French, softcover, $9.95

In Search of the Spanish Trail Santa Fe To Los Angeles, 1829 - 1848 by C. Gregory Crampton and Steven K Madisen, 144 pp. softcover, $24.95

Following the Bells: Traveling High Sierra Wilderness Trails by Johnny Jones as told to Dwight H. Barnes, 106 pp. softcover, $17.00

From the Beginning of Time, by Angus MacLean, hardcover, $14.95, and softcover, $8.95

History of the Montgomery Pass Wild Horse Territory, The, by Walt Svetich, softcover, great photos by Barb Svetich, $19.95

I Remember, by harlod Doulton, hardbound, $40.00

I See By My Get Up, by Ron Querry, softcover, $13.95

Legends & Legacies, by Catherine Morison Rehart, softcover, $18.95

Oregon Trail: Tales of the Wild West Vol. 1, by Rick Steber, softcover, $4.95

Pacific Coast, softcover, $4.95

Peacemakers: Arms and Adventure in the American West, The by R.L. Wilson, hardbound, beautiful color photos, c. 1992. $65.00

Wells Brothers, by Andy Adams, $12.95

One Man Show edited by Charles Sawyer. This is an excellent compilation of the interviews of people who worked for and knew Henry Miller, letters, along with old photograghs and maps. The interviews were done in the 1920s and 30s. This is a must for those who are interested in history. 327 pages, 8.5 in. wide x 11 in. tall, c. 2003 $29.95

Beyond the Rangeland Conflict by Dan Dagget.
Jay Dusard the photographer did the portraits. Dan Dagget is known as one of the most respected researchers, writers and environmental advocates with reason in today's world. Having dealt with the political and practical aspects of the range crisis, Dan is in a unique position to help us understand what is really going on. He examines the resource situations, philosophy and the management practices of a number of ranches. Photos help to tell the story. This book is changing the West and our perception of it. 8 1/2 x 11+ inches, softbound, 104 pages, c. 1998, $24.95

Ranch, The: A modern History of the North American Cattle Industry by Sherm Ewing, 383 pages, 6 x 9, paperback, $14.00

Range, The: (Historical Narrative of Ranchers & Old-Timers) by S. Ewing. 280 pages,
6 x 9, soft back, $14.00


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