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The Men Who Shot Liberty: 60 Rip-Roaring Westerns in One Edition - Cowboy Adventures Yukon & Oregon Trail Tales Gold Rush Adventures: Riders of the Purple Sage… - cover

The Men Who Shot Liberty: 60 Rip-Roaring Westerns in One Edition - Cowboy Adventures Yukon & Oregon Trail Tales Gold Rush Adventures: Riders of the Purple Sage…

Mark Twain, Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, Stephen Crane, O. Henry, Bret Harte, James Oliver Curwood, Frederic Remington, Will Lillibridge, Emerson Hough, Willa Cather, Zane Grey, Owen Wister, Andy Adams, Robert W. Chambers, Robert E. Howard, Marah Ellis Ryan, Max Brand, Charles Alden Seltzer, Frank H. Spearman, J. Allan Dunn, B.M. Bower, R. M. Ballantyne, Grace Livingston Hill, Jackson Gregory, Dane Coolidge, Frederic Homer Balch, Forrestine C. Hooker, Charles Siringo, Jack London

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
Riders of the Purple Sage (Zane Grey)
The Rainbow Trail
The Spirit of the Border
The Untamed (Max Brand)
The Night Horseman
The Seventh Man
The Virginian (Owen Wister)
The Last of the Mohicans (James F. Cooper)
The Prairie
Chip, of the Flying U (B. M. Bower)
The Flying U Ranch
The Flying U's Last Stand
Cabin Fever
Rimrock Trail (J. Allan Dunn)
The 'Breckinridge Elkins' Series (Robert E. Howard)
The Last of the Plainsmen (Zane Grey)
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (Bret Harte)
The Wolf Hunters (James Oliver Curwood)
The Gold Hunters
The Border Legion
The Country Beyond (Curwood)
The Lone Star Ranger (Grey)
Riders of the Silences (Brand)
The Call of the Wild (Jack London)
Heart of the West (O. Henry)
White Fang (London)
The Lure of the Dim Trails (Bower)
The Luck of Roaring Camp (Harte)
The Rustlers of Pecos County (Grey)
O Pioneers! (Willa Cather)
My Ántonia
Roughing It (Mark Twain)
The Log of a Cowboy (Andy Adams)
The Two-Gun Man (Charles Alden Seltzer)
The Law of the Land (Emerson Hough)
The Short Cut (Jackson Gregory)
Astoria (Washington Irving)
The Valley of Silent Men (James Oliver Curwood)
"Drag" Harlan (Charles Alden Seltzer)
Whispering Smith (Frank H. Spearman)
The Outlet (Andy Adams)
Reed Anthony, Cowman
A Texas Cow Boy (Charles Siringo)
The Boss of the Lazy Y (Charles Alden Seltzer)
The Golden Dream (R.M. Ballantyne)
The Blue Hotel (Stephen Crane)
The Long Shadow (B. M. Bower)
The Girl from Montana (Grace Livingston Hill)
The Hidden Children (Robert W. Chambers)
The Way of an Indian (Frederic Remington)
The Bridge of the Gods (Frederic Homer Balch)
Where the Trail Divides (Will Lillibridge)
The Desert Trail (Dane Coolidge)
The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky (Stephen Crane)
That Girl Montana (Marah Ellis Ryan)...

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