An engaging narrative chronicling the eleven years Charles M. Russell spent on the open range of Montana working as a cowboy, from 1882 until 1893, with Charlie cast as the centerpiece - which he often was during this time - and a supporting cast of friends and horses. Charlie Russell, The Cowboy Years is an amazing book by Jane Lambert, edited by Nancy Morrison and Linda Grosskopf. The reader is in for a delightful time, from the first page with an Ian Tyson poem/lyric as well as a nicely-defined Montana map, intriguing chapter titles guaranteed to keep the pages turning, dozens of historical photos, quotes and interesting biographical tidbits on Charlie Russell, friends and horses, information on the brands of the era used in Russell's art, and reference section complete with glossary.
Paperback edition (2011) Printed by Mountain Press Publishing Company
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