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by John H. Revised by Basil D. Woon Cady

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ISBN:
0964727706
Author:
John H. Revised by Basil D. Woon Cady
Language:
English
Publisher:
Adobe Corral of the Westerners (1995)
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4.6
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Basil Dillon Woon (28 September 1893, London – 4 June 1974 Reno) was a British playwright, American author, and American journalist. He covered the Mexican Revolution for United Press, and also worked for the New York World, The Houston Press, the San Francisco News, and the British Broadcasting Corporation.

This book, in affectionate tribute to the gallant courage, rugged indepen-dence and wonderful endurance of those adventurous souls who formed the vanguard of civilization in the early history of the Territory of Arizona and the remainder of the Great West, is. Dedicated to john h. cady and basil D. woon, patagonia, arizona, nineteen-fifteen.

Basil Woon; John Henry Cady. Basil Woon; John Henry Cady. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Arizona's Yesterday, Being the Narrative of John H. Cady, Pioneer. Arrives by Tuesday, Aug 6. Free pickup Tue, Aug 6. Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St.

by Basil Woon (Author), John H. (John Henry) Cady (Author). I was hoping for more Arizona history than the book contained. Some parts were informative but it is mainly about a tough guy in the west.

  • digytal soul
John Cady's reminisces of his life in the Arizona Territory between 1870 and 1915 are full of cowboys, Indians, gamblers, outlaws, lynchings and all the things we find exciting about the early days on the frontier. A few things are probably embellished but are accepted in the spirit of the telling. One of his wives was a "contract bride" and after the five year contract expired, they just went their separate ways. This personal history nevers bores and usually facinates the reader.
  • Longitude Temporary
As a new resident of Arizona,I found it very interesting to read the thought of someone from a century ago. Freedom is not quite as easy now.
  • Ces
I was hoping for more Arizona history than the book contained. Some parts were informative but it is mainly about a tough guy in the west.
  • GawelleN
Riveting historical narrative by the man who lived it!
  • Still In Mind
I've spent the past 6 winters in Arizona and am interested in learning more about my adopted state. It's a good read.
  • Narder
I love to shine light from history about places I plan to visit. This book was very interesting and informative. It was also quick and easy to read.
  • Najinn
good
I liked the style in which the book was written. Since moving to Arizona it was interesting to look back in time.