Nothing too good for a cowboy

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Lippincott, 1955 - History - 252 pages
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Review: Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy

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Rich Hobson continues his tale of the 4 million acre Frontier Cattle Company that he and Pan Phillips, with financing and management from George Pennoyer, built "north of the 53rd" in BC's Chilcotin ... Read full review

Review: Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy

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The story follows the first, and chronicles the set up of the ranch and cattle company and the adventures and trials involved. I enjoyed it even more than the first. Off to the library to get the 3rd and final book in this series! Read full review

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Contents

The decision
11
The girl
18
Pan makes a deal
25
Copyright

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