Grass beyond the mountains: discovering the last great cattle frontier on the North American Continent

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Lippincott, 1951 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Review: Grass Beyond the Mountains: Discovering the Last Great Cattle Frontier on the North American Continent

User Review  - Elinor - Goodreads

This was a surprisingly good book, a cowboy memoir, if there is such a genre, written by a young guy from Wyoming named Richmond "Rich" Hobson who heads up to northern British Columbia with his buddy ... Read full review

Review: Grass Beyond the Mountains: Discovering the Last Great Cattle Frontier on the North American Continent

User Review  - Je Bowles - Goodreads

A relatively modern cowboy story. I liked how the horses and animals are as much of the story as the human characters. It was a quick read that kept me interested. It was a little anti climatic in the way it ended but still didn't leave me wanting to read the other books by this author. Read full review

Contents

Map g_9 Foreword
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FROM NEW YORK TO WYOMING
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NORTH TO THE FRONTIET
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