Yellowstone Kelly

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 1, 1990 - Fiction - 320 pages
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The fictional memoirs of Civil War veteran, scout, and explorer record his adventures in the Old West, the massacre of the Plains Indians, his journey to Africa, and the elimination of the Zulu Nation as a power

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Peter Bowen, a Montanan, writes of the West. Cowboy, hunting and fishing guide, folksinger, poet, essayist, and novelist, he's written the picaresque Yellowstone Kelly historical novels, humor columns, and essays on blood sport as Coyote Jack. He has also written the Gabriel Du Pre mysteries, in part, because "the Metis are a great people, a wonderful people, and not many Americans know anything about them."

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