East of the Border

East of the Border

Large Print - 2009
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Their names had become legendary: Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickok and Texas Jack Omohundro. After taming the West, more or less, these three living legends decide to tackle the wildest of all frontiers - the theater stages of the East. Based on actual events, East of the Border follows the 1873-74 theatrical tour of the three famous frontiersmen as they play themselves in Wild West stage melodramas in Eastern cities. Each has his own story to tell of that exciting time, and each tells his story in his own distinctive narrative voice.

Audiences loved the performances, as is amply evident from reviews of the period, but Johnny D. Boggs, winner of the Spur Award and Western Heritage Wrangler Award for fiction, takes you behind the scenes, privy to the hilarity but also the pathos of these legendary plainsmen as revealed in their own words.

"A fantastic read... entertaining for western fans and non-western fans alike." - Cowboy Chronicles

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2009, c2004.
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781602855182
1602855188
Branch Call Number: LARGE PRINT WESTERN BOGGS J
Characteristics: 303 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
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