There are about two dozen sections in this book, but here are my favorites Roundup PersonnelRoundup EquipmentMustangingHackasStirrups and TapaderosCowboy Jewelry One Of The Best, If Not The Best, Firsthand Account Written By A Twentieth Century Working Cowboy His Knowledge Of The Country, Combined With His Writing And Artistic Abilities, Make This Book Required Reading Oregon Historical Quarterly I Would Rank The Cowboy At Work Among The Best Books Ever Written About The American Cowboy, Maybe The Best Every Word Fay E Ward Wrote Can Pass The Tests And Cross Examinations Of The Severest Critics In His Field The Saddlemakers, Horse Trainers, Ranchers, And Cowboys Who Have An Uncanny Knack For Smelling Out A Fraud The Core Of His Knowledge Is As Timely And Accurate Today As It Was Fifty Or Seventy Five Years Ago John R Erickson, One Of America S Best Known Working Cowboys, In His Foreword To The Cowboy At Work Here Is A Book By A Man Who Knows What He Is Talking About Fay Ward, An Old Time Bronco Buster, Rough String Rider, Cowhand, And Wrangler, Has Roped, Thrown, And Hogtied An Astonishing Passel Of Facts And Herded Them Into A Vivid Corral Of Cow Country Americana Chicago Sun Tribune Head And Haunches Above Anything Else On The Subject Arizona Highways
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Cowboy at Work: All About His Job and How He Does It book, this is one of the most wanted Fay E. Ward author readers around the world.
- 310 pages
- The Cowboy at Work: All About His Job and How He Does It
- Fay E. Ward
- 14 April 2018 Fay E. Ward