- Author:Zane Grey
- Publisher:Tor Books; 1st edition (February 15, 1994)
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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Home Zane Grey The Last of the Plainsmen. So plans were madefor three of us to ride over and select our mounts. Frank and Jim wouldfollow with the pack train, and if all went well, on the followingevening we would camp under the shadow of Buckskin
Home Zane Grey The Last of the Plainsmen. The Last of the Plainsmen, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17. Chapter 4. The trail. Frank, what'll we do about horses?" asked Jones. Jim'll want the bay,and of course you'll want to ride Spot. The rest of our nags will onlydo to pack the outfit. Frank and Jim wouldfollow with the pack train, and if all went well, on the followingevening we would camp under the shadow of Buckskin. Early next morning we were on our way. I tried to find a soft place onOld Baldy, one of Frank's pack horses.
Home Zane Grey The Last of the Plainsmen. At daybreak our leader routed us out. The frost mantled the ground soheavily that it looked like snow, and the rare atmosphere bit like thebreath of winter. The forest stood solemn and gray; the canyon laywrapped in vapory slumber. Hot biscuits and coffee, with a chop or two of the delicious Persianlamb meat, put a less Spartan tinge on the morning, and gave Wallaceand me more strength-we needed not incentive to leave the fire, hustleour saddles on the horses and get in line with our impatient leader. The hounds scampered over the frost, shoving their noses at the tuftsof. Produced by Mary Starr. Buffalo Jones needs no introduction to American sportsmen, but to theseof my readers who are unacquainted with him a few words may not beamiss. He was born sixty-two years ago on the Illinois prairie, and he hasdevoted practically all of his life to the pursuit of wild animals. Ithas been a pursuit which owed its unflagging energy and indomitablepurpose to a singular passion, almost an obsession, to capture alive,not to kill.
Librivox recording of The Last of the Plainsmen by Zane Grey (1872-1939)Read by Mike Vendetti. As I narrated this book, I found fact to be as exciting as fiction. This part of the west was relatively wild and untamed at this time. Wolves, wild horses, buffalo and other wildlife were quite prevalent, and the Indians were not that friendly. This adventure would never make it to Animal Planet, or as a National Geographic special, because there is quite a lot of what we would consider cruelty to animals, but this is a true story, and life as it was at the turn of the last century.
Zane Grey narrates an experience he had with Charles Jesse Jones, known as Buffalo Jones, who is considered as. .A man who captured musk-oxen from the Northwest Terr The Last of the Plainsmen was a book that could have been non-fiction.
Zane Grey narrates an experience he had with Charles Jesse Jones, known as Buffalo Jones, who is considered as one of the preservers of the American bison (as cited by the National Archives). Much of Grey's true narrative occurs in the early 1900's while Jones, Grey, and several other men pursue illusive mountain lions in and near the Grand Canyon.
Buffalo Jones was the last of the famous plainsmen who rode the trails of the old West. Pearl Zane Grey (1872 – 1939) was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that presented an idealized image of the American frontier. The driving force of his life was to capture wild animals aliv. ncluding buffalo and cougars. When he saw that the buffalo were in danger of extinction. Riders of the Purple Sage (1912) was his bestselling book. In addition to the success of his printed works, they later had second lives and continuing influence when adapted as films and television productions.
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