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* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller
Abbott, Teddy "Blue". We pointed them north: recollections of a cowpuncher / Teddy "Blue" Abbott. Chicago, IL: Lakeside Press, 1991. 395 p.
* Abernethy, F.E. "The elusive Emily D. West, folksong's fabled ‘Yellow Rose of Texas'." p.319-329. In 2001: a Texas folklore odyssey / Francis Edward Abernethy, editor ; Shannon R. Thompson, assistant editor. Denton, TX: University of North Texas Press, 2001. 354 p.
According to Sam Houston, during the battle of San Jacinto, the Mexican General Santana was "closeted" in his tent with a mulatto indentured servant, named Emily West. "The Yellow Rose of Texas," first published in 1858, was a minstrel song sung by black-faced men. The women mentioned in the song is not the same Emily West / Emily Morgan.
Abernethy, F. E. J. Frank Dobie / F. E. Abernethy. Austin, TX: Steck-Valughn, 1967. 52 p. (Southern writers series, no.1)
* Abernethy, F. E. "Longino Guerrero's corrido on J. Frank Dobie." p.197-200. In Corners of Texas. Edited by Francis Edward Abernethy ; Carolyn Fiedler Satterwhite, assistant editor. Denton, TX: University of North Texas Press, 1993. 295 p.
Lonnie Guerrero's 1965 corrido (song) is published in Spanish and English.
Abernethy, Francis Edward. Singin' Texas / F. E. Abernethy. Dallas, TX: E-Heart Press, 1983.
Across the great divide: cultures of masculinity in the American West. Edited by Matthew Basso, Laura McCall and Dee Garceau. New York: Routledge, 2000.
See: "cross-dressing cowboys."
dropping you a line from West Texas
Curteich, 1939. D-5655
Acuff, Roy; Neely, William. Roy Acuff's Nashville: the life and good times of country music / Roy Acuff and William Neely. New York: Perigee Books, 1983. 208 p. Ill. Little content.
Adams, James Barton. Breezy western verse / James Barton Adams. Denver, CO: Post Printing Co., 1889.
See: "At a cowboy dance" p.103-104.
* Adams, Julie. "Earth: sky." El Palacio (Santa Fe, NM). 35 (3/4): 32, July 19-26, 1933. Reprinted in issue 35(17/18): 159, October 25 – November 1, 1933.
* Adams, Julie. "In the hills / Mountain cry." El Palacio (Santa Fe, NM). 35(17/18): 160, October 25 – November 1, 1933.
* Adams, Julie. "Man with frowning brow." El Palacio (Santa Fe, NM). 35(3/4): 31, July 19-26, 1933.
* Adams, Julie. "River song / Mountain cry." El Palacio (Santa Fe, NM). 35(3/4): 23, July 19-26, 1933. 2 Poems. "River song" was reprinted in issue 35(17/18): 158, October 25 – November 1, 1933.
Adams, Ramon (1889-1976). The Adam's 150: a checklist of 150 most important books on western outlaws and lawyers / Ramon Adams. Austin, TX: Jenkins Pub., 1976. 91 p.
Adams, Ramon F. The best of the American cowboy / Ramon Adams. Illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1957. 289 p.
Adams, Ramon F. Burs under the saddle: a second look at books and histories of the West / Ramon Adams. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1961.
* Adams, Ramon F. "Charlie Russell was more than an artist." Persimmon Hill. 2(2): 8-15, . On Russell's unpublished poems.
Adams, Ramon F. The cowboy dictionary: the chin jaw words and whing-ding ways of the American West / Ramon Adams. New York : Perigee Books, 1993; New York: Berkley, 1994. 355 p.
Francisco, CA: [W6LRD], c1936.
Adams, Ramon F. More burs under the saddle: books and histories of the West / Ramon F. Adams. Foreword by Wayne Gard. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1979.
* Adams, Ramon F. More burs under the saddle: books and histories of the West / Ramon F. Adams. Forewords by Wayne Gard and William W. Savage, Jr. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1989, c1979. 182 p. First paperback printing.
* Adams, Ramon F. The rampaging herd: a bibliography of books and pamphlets on men and events in the cattle industry / Ramon Adams. Cleveland, OH: John T. Zubal, 1982, c1959. 463 p. Reprint of 1959 issue, with permission of University of Oklahoma Press.
See: Lomax, John Avery.
"W7JID: Lovell, Wyoming."
Lovell,, WY: [W7JID], c1948.
Adams, Ramon F. "Singin' cowboy." Southwest Review. 31: 170-173, 1946.
* Adams, Ramon F. Six-guns and saddle leather: bibliography of books and pamphlets of western outlaws and gunmen / Ramon Adams. New edition, rev. and enlarged. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, c1954. 426 p.
Adams, Ramon F. Six-guns and saddle leather: bibliography of books and pamphlets of western outlaws and gunmen / Ramon Adams. New edition, rev. and enlarged. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1969, c1946.
Adams, Ramon F. Six-guns and saddle leather: bibliography of books and pamphlets of western outlaws and gunmen / Ramon Adams. New York: Dover, 1998. 426 p.
Adams, Ramon F. Western words: a dictionary of the American West / Ramon Adams. New edition, rev. and enlarged. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1968, c1946.
Adams, Ramon F. Western words: a dictionary of the range, cow camp and trail / Ramon Adams. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1944.
"Lots of queer sights in the West."
CO: N. N. Tammen, . 981
Adams, Walter. The dead lie down / Walter Adams. Dallas, TX: Kaleidograph Press, 1934.
* Agay, Denes. Best loved songs of the American people / Denes Agay. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1975. 403 p.
See: "Red River Valley," "The cowboy's lament," "Home on the range," "The yellow rose of Texas."
Agatha, Mary. Texas prose writing / Mary Agatha. Dallas, TX: Banks Upshaw, 1936.
Agnew, Franklin H. The lay of a summer's day / Franklin H. Agnew. Los Angeles, CA: Faun Press, 1933.
"W9SAZ: Rolland L. Barnes, OP."
Boulder, CO: Rolland L. Barnes, .
* Ainsworth, Ed. The cowboy in art / Edward Ainsworth. New York: Bonanza Books, 1968. 242 p.
Albertini, Virgil R. "Annual bibliography of studies in Western American literature." Western American Literature. 29(4): 305-322, 1995.
Alderson, William L. "The days of '49: reprise." Northwest Folklore. 1: 5-10, 1965.
Alderson, William L. "On the Wobby 'Casey Jones' and other songs." California Folklore Quarterly. 1: 373-376, 1942.
* Aldridge, Reginald. Ranch notes in Kansas, Colorado, the Indian Territory and Northern Texas / Reginald Aldridge. London: Longmans, Green and Company, 1884. 227 p. Ill.
Signed by the author; two reviews pasted in. Songs material on p.159, sung to "Pirates of Penzance."
Alexander, Kent. Legends of the old West: trailblazers, desperadoes, wranglers, and yard-spinners / Kent Alexander. New York: Friedman, 1994.
"It beats everything."
New York: Bergman, . Series 6110
* "Alice Corbin: an appreciation." Edited by Witter Bynner and Oliver LaFarge. The New Mexico Quarterly Review. 19(1): 34-79, Spring 1949.
Contributions from Bynner, George Dillon, John Gould Fletcher, Carl Sandburg, Padraic Colum, Ruth Laughlin, Haniel Long, Spud Johnson, and La Farge.
Allan, Francis D. Allan's Lone Star ballads: a collection of southern patriotic songs, made during Confederate times / Francis D. Allan. Galveston, TX: J.D. Sawyer, 1874.
* Allan, Francis D. Allan's Lone Star ballads: a collection of southern patriotic songs, made during Confederate times. Compiled and revised by Francis D. Allan. New York: Lenox Hill Pub. Co.(Burt Franklin), 1970. 200 p. Reprint of 1874 edition.
Allen, Bob. "Roy Acuff on exhibit." Journal of Country Music. 10(1): 40-46, 1985. "I never was a sissy or a pretty boy."
Allen, John Houghton. Song to Randado / John Houghton Allen. Dallas, TX: Kaleidograph Press, 1935.
"K9BQW: Lansing, Illinois, U.S.A."
Lansing, IL: G.J. (Pappy) Dixon, [c1958].
* Allen, Jules V. (1883- ). Cowboy lore / Jules Verne Allen. Illustrated by Ralph J. Pereida. San Antonio, TX: Naylor Printing, 1933. 3rd printing. 165 p.
Jules Verne Allen "The Singing Cowboy"; see: "Songs of the range" p.63-165.
Allen, Jules V. Cowboy lore / Jules Verne Allen. Illustrated by Ralph J. Pereida. San Antonio, TX: Naylor Printing, 1971, 1950, c1933. 165 p.
See: "Songs of the range" p.63-165.
Allen, Jules V. Cowboy songs sung by Longhorn Luke and His Cowboys / Jules Verne Allen. San Antonio, TX: Clegg Company, 193-. Sponsored by the Republic Portland Cement Company.
* Allen, Maurice (Mauritius). Mixed cargo / Maurice Allen. San Diego, CA: The Torrey Pine Press, 1931. 175 p. Inscribed to Willard E. Hawkins
* Allen, Steve. Wry on the rocks / Steve Allen. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1956. 177 p.
See: "Desert poppies" and "Carlsbad Caverns"; little content.
"I have an aim in life."
have an aim in life:
York: Bergman, . Series 6109
"Along the Colorado trail." Adapted by Carl Sandburg, new words and arrangement by Lee Hays. New York: Folkways Music Publishers, 1950.
Alverson, Margaret Blake. Sixty years of California song / Margaret Blake Alverson. Oakland, CA: M. V. Alverson, 1913.
Aly, Lucile F. John G. Neidhardt: a critical biography / Lucile F. Aly. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1977. 307 p. (Melville studies in American culture, vol.7)
Aly, Lucile. "John G. Neidhardt as speaker and reader." PhD dissertation. University of Missouri, 1959.
* Aly, Lucile F. "The word-sender: John G. Neidhardt and his audiences." Quarterly Journal of Speech. 43(2): 151-154, April 1957.
Aly, Lucile F. "Trappers and Indians -- Neihardt's short stories." p.72-84. In A sender of words: essays in memory of John G. Neihardt. Edited by Vine Deloria, Jr. Salt Lake City, UT; Chicago, IL: Howe Brothers, 1984.
America in the Southwest. Edited by T.M. Pearce and Telfair Hendon. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1933. 346 p.
"I'd go to the North Pole."
go to the North Pole for this,
New York: Bergman, 1912. 6203
* American ballads: naughty, ribald and classic. Compiled by Charles O'Brien Kennedy with the assistance of David Jordan. New York: Red Seal Books; Gold Metal Books (Fawcett Publications), 1952. 285 p.
See: "Bury me not on the lone prairie" p.115; "Roy Bean" p.115; "The lily of the West" p.143; "Root hog or die" p.144; "Frankie and Johnnie" p.147; "The Oregon trail" p.189; "Out where the West begins" p.224; "The death of Jesse James" p.240; "The end of the trail" p.242; "The men of the Alamo" p.268.
American ballads and folk songs. Compiled by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax. With foreword by George Lyman Kittredge. New York: Macmillan, 1934. 625 p. 16th printing, 1962.
See: "Cowboy songs", p.375-418.
The American cowboy. Edited by Lonn Taylor and Ingred Maar. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, American Folklife Center, 1983.
American Cowboy Poet Magazine. Eagle, Idaho. c1993-
* American cowboy songs. Edited by Hugo Frey. Enlarged edition. New York: Robbins Music, 1936. 96 p.
American popular songs from the Revolutionary War to the present. Edited by David Ewen. New York: Random House, 1966.
* America singing: a yearly book of verse. Edited by Loring Eugene Williams. Cleveland, OH: America Singing, . Signed by Edeth Harrington, a contributor from Colorado. 96 p. “This book is dedicated to the poets of our great Northwest.”
Ames, Russell. The story of American folk song / Russell Ames. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1955.
Stopping to say - Hello!"
np, [c1952]. 314 / K4212
* Andrus, Karl; Andrus, Milton. Give 'em more rope / Karl Andrus and Milton Andrus. Las Animas, CO: Las Animas Leader, 1937. [14 p.]
Angell, Ruth Speer. "Background of some Texas cowboy songs." M.A. thesis, Columbia University, 1937.
* Annual bibliography of studies in Western American literature. Edited by Thomas Austenfeld. Springfield, MO: Drury College, .
* Anthology of poetry by Oklahoma writers. Guthrie, OK: Co-operative Publishing, 1935. 153 p. Includes poems by Charity Ellis and inscribed by her.
Appelgate, Frank G. Indian stories from the pueblos / Frank G. Appelgate. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, 1932.
* Archer, Lou Ella. Canyon shadows / Lou Ella Archer. Illustrated by Lillian Wilhelm Smith. Los Angeles, CA: Times-Mirror Press, 1931. 33 p.
Contents: Temple of Sinawava; Court of the patriarchs; Quiet roads; Dusk; Zion Canyon; The narrows; To an artist; Bryce Canyon; Dawn at Bryce Canyon; The silent city; The phantom cave; To a cliff dwilling; From Grand Canyon Lodge; The Temple of the Sun; Toreva; Walnut Canyon cliff dwellings; Seven Palms; Shadow of the hill; Kin-do-clish; El Morro; The desert after rain; Puyé; Pecos; Montezuma's castle; Apache Trail.
Archer, Lou Ella. Sonnets of the southwest / Lou Ella Archer. Los Angeles, CA: Times-Mirror Press, 1930. 33 p.
Archer, Lou Ella. Sonnets of the southwest / Lou Ella Archer. 2nd ed. Illustrated by George Egbert Burr. Los Angeles, CA: Times-Mirror Press, 1931. 33 p.
* Arizona brags. Collected by Oren Arnold; illustrated by Leigh St. John. Phoenix, AR: Bargeo Press, 1947. [48 p.]
See poems: Minnie J. Hardy "Arizona"; Edgar Kennison "Night in Arizona"; C.O. Brown "Arizona ... 4000 BC"; Ernest Douglas "Belle of Bumble Bee."
can sure throw the bull."
Curt Teich and Co., [c1952]. (C.T. Art-Colortone) C-790
Arizona in literature. Edited by Mary G. Boyer. Glendale, CA: A.H. Clark, 1934.
The Arkansas traveller's songster. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1863.
Armstrong, Ruth W. "Voice of the southwest." Arizona Highways. July 1953, p.30-33.
Arnold, Oren; Hale, J.P. Hot irons: heraldry of the range / Oren Arnold and J.P. Hale. New York: Cooper Square Publishers, 1972, c1940.
"Rough & ready, sober & steady, dat`s me sure."
* Ashley, Carlos. That spotted sow and other hill country ballads / Carlos Ashley. Illustrated by Harold D. Bugbee. Austin, TX; Steck Co., 1949, c1941. 63 p.
Austin, Mary Hunter (1868-1934). The American rhythm / Mary Austin. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1923.
See biography by Ester F. Lanigan.
Austin, Mary. The children sing in the far West / Mary Austin. New York; Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. 167 p.
Austin, Mary. Earth horizon / Mary Austin. New York; Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1932. 381 p.
me, these are the bare (bear) facts."
WI: E.C. Kroop Co., [c1936]. 15381W62
* Austin, Mary. Literary America, 1903-1934: the Mary Austin letters. Edited by T.M. Pearce. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1979. 296 p. (Contributions in women's studies, n.5)
See: "V - Early Santa Fe interests" p.169-216.
Austin, Mary. "Litany for New Mexico." Poetry nd
Austin, Mary; Muir, John. Writing the Western landscape / Mary Austin and John Muir. Edited by Ann Zwinger. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1994.
Autry, Gene; Herskowitz, Mickey. Back in the saddle again / Gene Autry and Mickey Herskowitz. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1978.
Autry, Gene. Rhymes of the range / Gene Autry. New York: np, 1933.
Averitte, Ruth. Cowboy over Kiska / Ruth Averitte. Dallas, TX: Avalon Press, . [46 p.]
Averitte, Ruth. Salute to dawn / Ruth Averitte. Dallas, TX: Tardy, 1936.
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