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50 Classic Western Stories You Should Read (Zongo Classics) - The Last Of The Mohicans The Log Of A Cowboy Riders of the Purple Sage Cabin Fever Black Jack - cover

50 Classic Western Stories You Should Read (Zongo Classics) - The Last Of The Mohicans The Log Of A Cowboy Riders of the Purple Sage Cabin Fever Black Jack

Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, O. Henry, Bret Harte, James Oliver Curwood, Ann S. Stephens, Zane Grey, Owen Wister, Andy Adams, Marah Ellis Ryan, Max Brand, B. M. Bower, Samuel Merwin, Dane Coolidge, Frederic Balch

Publisher: Zongo

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This Classic Western Stories anthology by Golden Deer Classics contains the following stories:

The Last of the Mohicans - James Fenimore Cooper
The Prairie - James Fenimore Cooper
Astoria - Washington Irving
Malaeska, The Indian Wife Of The White Hunter - Ann S. Stephens
The Bridge of the Gods - Frederic Homer Balch
Salomy Jane - Bret Harte
That Girl Montana - Marah Ellis Ryan
The road to Frontenac - Samuel Merwin
The Virginian, A Horseman Of The Plains - Owen Wister
The Log of a Cowboy - Andy Adams
A Texas Matchmaker - Andy Adams
Chip, of the Flying U - B.M. Bower
The Outlet - Andy Adams
Cattle Brands - Andy Adams
The Spirit of the Border - Zane Grey
Reed Anthony, Cowman - Andy Adams
The Lure of the Dim Trails - B.M. Bower
Heart of the West - O. Henry
The Last of the Plainsmen - Zane Grey
The Happy Family - B.M. Bower
Hidden Water - Dane Coolidge
The Danger Trail - James Oliver Curwood
The Heritage of the Desert - Zane Grey
Wells Brothers - Andy Adams
Riders of the Purple Sage - Zane Grey
O Pioneers! - Willa Cather
Kazan, the Wolf Dog - James Oliver Curwood
The Hidden Children - Robert William Chambers
The Rustlers of Pecos County - Zane Grey
The Phantom Herd - B.M. Bower
The Hunted Woman - James Oliver Curwood
Gunman's Reckoning - Max Brand
The Lone Star Ranger - Zane Grey
A Voice in the Wilderness - Grace Livingston Hill
The Lookout Man - B.M. Bower
Wildfire - Zane Grey
Cabin Fever - B. M. Bower
The Treasure Trail - Marah Ellis Ryan
My Ántonia - Willa Cather
The Thunder Bird - B.M. Bower
Riders of the Silences - Max Brand
The Untamed - Max Brand
The Desert of Wheat - Zane Grey
The Night Horseman - Max Brand
The La Chance Mine Mystery - Susan Morrow Jones
The Seventh Man - Max Brand
The Mysterious Rider - Zane Grey
Black Jack - Max Brand
The Rangeland Avenger - Max Brand
The Scalp Hunter - Robert Ervin Howard

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