We hope you'll enjoy our Dallas Cowboys Notebook & Journal in the 6 x 9 inch; 15.24 x 22.86cm size as much as we did creating in for you. The Name Notebook & Journal is a classic and portable notebook & journal. Perfect to use as a diary for recording your daily thoughts or to just have a notebook to carry with you at all times. Small enough to fit in a purse or backpack but big enough to last for a long time! Practical and last-minute gift idea for Dallas Cowboys fans of any age who like to write ... men, women, boys and girls. Diehard Cowboys fans would love to get one of these for any occasion Birthday Christmas Father's Day Mother's Day Anniversary Graduation Retirement ... or just because! Enjoy hours of writing in this journal with a cover that features the two main colors of your favorite National Football League team. Go Cowboys !!
Perfect to use as a diary for recording your daily thoughts or to just have a notebook to carry with you at all times. Small enough to fit in a purse or backpack but big enough to last for a long time! Birthday Christmas Father's Day Mother's Day Anniversary Graduation Retirement ... or just because!
Published for devotees of the cowboy and the West, American Cowboy covers all aspects of the Western lifestyle, delivering the best in entertainment, personalities, travel, rodeo action, human interest, art, poetry, fashion, food, horsemanship, history, and every other facet of Western culture. With stunning photography and you-are-there reportage, American Cowboy immerses readers in the cowboy life and the magic that is the great American West.
In this earliest known day-by-day journal of a cattle drive from Texas to Kansas, Jack Bailey, a North Texas farmer, describes what it was like to live and work as a cowboy in the southern plains just after the Civil War. We follow Bailey as the drive moves northward into Kansas and then as his party returns to Texas through eastern Kansas, southwestern Missouri, northwestern Arkansas, and Indian Territory. For readers steeped in romantic cowboy legend, the journal contains surprises. Bailey’s time on the trail was hardly lonely. We travel with him as he encounters Indians, U.S. soldiers, Mexicans, freed slaves, and cowboys working other drives. He and other crew members—including women—battle hunger, thirst, illness, discomfort, and pain. Cowboys quarrel and play practical jokes on each other and, at night, sing songs around the campfire. David Dary’s thorough introduction and footnotes place the journal in historical context.