Cowboy Spur Maker: The Story of Ed Blanchard
Ed Blanchard was known to family and friends as a wild, reckless cowboy long before horsemen of the West recognized him as a noted maker of cowboy spurs. Together, Pattie and Kelly tell the story of spur making as experienced by one of its more prolific practitioners in the early part of the twentieth century.
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