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Good Ol’ Cowboy Stories
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Release Date: June 2005
Page Count: 48
Size: 8 x 9 1/2
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-0-7369-1625-7
Case Lot Quantity: 30

Good Ol’ Cowboy Stories

To the popular collection of artist Jack Terry’s cowboy gift books (more than 85,000 copies sold), comes a unique look at life in the West through the eyes of good ol’ cowboys including:

John Stetson: adversity lead him to create the symbol of the cowboy

Bill Picket: his invention of “bulldogging” changed the rodeo forever

Will Rogers: his wisdom and humor became the voice of an era

Charles Goodnight: he carried justice and honor with him along his famous trail

Bill Mason: his compassion and faith was his legacy to grandson Jack Terry

Cowboy enthusiasts and fans of Jack Terry’s art will discover tales of hope and courage to inspire their ride through the landscapes of their own lives.

Meet the author

Jack Terry

Jack Terry

Jack Terry captures the essence of western life and more in his writing and award-winning paintings. Garnering more than 130 awards, including Texas Bicentennial artist, his vivid paintings have been purchased by George W. Bush, King Ranch, the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum, Travis Tritt, and rodeo champion Larry Mahan. Jack lives on a 100-acre...

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Editorial Reviews

"One of today's premiere Western artists, Jack Terry compliments his trademark horse-and-rider art with brief stories of real-life cowboys, including Bill Mason, his maternal grandfather, who rode on some of the last great cattle drives out West. Each story is a brief vignette, allowing Terry to include a number of legendary names as well as some unknowns. Will Rogers, actor Roy Rogers, and Pecos Bill are among the famous."
American Family Association Online

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