•  
Heritage House Publishing Company

 








9781772031881
6 x 9 inches
192 pages
paperback
CDN$ 19.95
Bisac: HIS006000
Bisac: HIS006020

 

 
Ranch Tales
Stories from the Frontier
by Ken Mather
Illustrated by Rob Dinwoodle
CDN$ 19.95
Forthcoming Title

An entertaining, fast-paced look at early ranching in British Columbia.

Frontier historian Ken Mather is known for his fascinating, in-depth profiles of the men and women who established a distinctive ranching culture in Western Canada over a hundred years ago. Now, in this concise collection of stories—based on Mather’s column in the Vernon Morning Star—readers will meet even more colourful characters, gain insightful tidbits on cowboy culture, and read about little-known cattle drives that stagger the imagination. Ranch Tales highlights the achievements, hardships, and exploits of Newman “King of the Range” Squires, “lady rancher” Elizabeth Greenbow, cow boss Joe Coutlee, the gold-seeking Jeffries brothers who came all the way from Alabama, and many more. This delightful book is a perfect companion to Mather’s other ranching histories and will appeal to anyone interested in the early days of the BC frontier.


Share this title:



Book Titles:

Browse by Category:

Browse by Author:

Book Search:








home   |   books   |   authors   |   about us   |   news   |   submissions   |   contact us



We acknowledge the financial support of the
Government of Canada