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The true west : real stories about black cowboys, women sharpshooters, native-american rodeo stars, pioneering vaqueros, celebrity showmen, and unsung heroes in the wild west / Mifflin Lowe, Wiliam Luong.

Lowe, Mifflin, (author.). Luong, Wiliam, (illustrator.).

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Crawford County Library-Recklein Memorial-Cuba J920 LOW (Text) 33431000469518 J Non-Fiction Available -

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"Did you know that the Lone Ranger was likely inspired by a black cowboy? Or that some of the most famous sharpshooters in the West were women? Or how a Native American rodeo star could ride even a buffalo? These are no tall tales! In fact, historians estimate that 1 in 4 cowboys were actually black, latino, or Native American-or even women! So saddle up for a tour of the Wild West with some of history's most unsung heroes and discover how the great Western story is really everyone's story"-- Provided by publisher.
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Grades 4-6 Bushel & Peck Books

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