Bill Jones of Paradise  Valley, Oklahoma:  His Life and Adventures for Over Forty  Years  in the Great Southwest (1914) PDF
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Bill Jones Of Paradise Valley, Oklahoma: His Life And Adventures For Over Forty Years In The Great Southwest (1914)

After growing up on a Kansas farm in the 1850s, Bill Jones seemed to take part in every possible part of life in the early American Wild West and his story is one of the most interesting narratives of life in the Wild West era.In 1914 John James Callison (1855-1933) published the life story of Bill Jones in his little-known gem of a book "Bill Jones of Paradise Valley, Oklahoma: His Life and Adv...

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ntures for Over Forty Years in the Great Southwest."His lively adventures included among others, Buffalo hunting, living in and around wild Dodge City for 11 years, herding cattle in Colorado, Mexican conflicts, herding cattle in Texas, selling wild ponies in Kansas, fighting Cheyenne Indians, riding Kansas City streetcars, held up by outlaws, hunting bear and mountain lions, trailing and fighting Billy the Kidd, gunfights, driving cattle on the Chisholm Trail, bringing horse rustlers to justice, saloon gambling brawls, the opening of Oklahoma, riverboating, joining a Wild West show, and joining Mexican revolutionaries.In the old days, when that part of the West, stretching from the Missouri river to the Rockies, and from the Rio Grande to the British possessions, was an almost unbroken wilderness, inhabited by roaming Indians and wild animals, there came a class of men, lured by the love of adventure, who were not afraid to brave the hardships of pioneer life. They did a great work in making this vast region habitable for the millions of people who now occupy it, with their farms and factories, their villages and cities.The romance of the West has largely disappeared. The great cattle ranges have been divided up into farms, and the cattle, instead of plodding on foot, now ride to market in palace stock cars. The cowboy of the old cattle trail and the free range may now be seen only in story books, and as he is represented (and sometimes misrepresented) in moving pictures. Most of the rough-and-ready men who did the pioneer work have passed over the Great Divide, and a new generation, of milder manners but no truer hearts, have taken their places.This book is the story of one of the pioneers, who lived to tell the tale. He followed the trail; be rounded up the cattle; he chased the jackrabbit; he worried the tenderfoot; he fought with the cook, the prairie dog and the horned toads; he did many other things too numerous to mention here, but interesting to read about later on in the book. He swore some in those days, otherwise he would not have harmonized with the landscape. He was able to see the funny side of things as he went along, which was a fortunate thing; for it kept him going, and often smoothed over rough and dangerous experiences.