Great Western short stories
J. Golden Taylor
American West Pub. Co., 1967 - Fiction - 572 pages
Short stories about the American West by Oliver La Farge, Will Henry, Katherine Anne Porter, Frederic Remington, Walter van Tilburg Clark, Mark Twain, Bret Harte, Stephen Crane, Jack London, Max Brand, Owen Wister, Eugene Manlove Rhodes, Conrad Richter, Wallace Stegner, Willa Cather, Hamlin Garland, Paul Horgan, William Saroyan, and John Steinbeck, among others.
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