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Pony Tracks
Pony Tracks
Author: Frederic Remington
The fifteen authentic Remington articles included in Pony Tracks are: — Chasing a Major-General — Lieutenant Casey's Last Scout — The Sioux Outbreak in South Dakota — An Outpost of Civilization — A Rodeo at Los Ojos — In the Sierra Madre with the Punchers — Black Water and Shallows — Coaching in Chihuahua — Stubble and Slough in Dakota — Policing the Yell...  more »
ISBN: 45875

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Frederic Remington was an author and illustrator in the late 1880's who lived a vagabond lifestyle, reporting and drawing its life and times as a staff writer for the Harper's Weekly magazine. Pony Tracks was first published in 1895 and contained 15 of his articles and drawings from the magazine. This 1982 version was republished to reintroduce the marvelous words and pictures to a new generation. Remington's love of the West and his honest outlook of the events that shaped the frontier are clearly reflected in his writings and pictures. He made no attempt to hide the hardships and sometimes unpleasant situations of the time but wrote with frankness and enthusiasm of his own experiences in the untamed land.