Fb2 Burnt Ranch ePub
by Walt Coburn
|Publisher:||TBS The Book Service Ltd; New edition edition (July 1974)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1801 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1237 kb|
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Burnt Ranch, The book.
Burnt Ranch, The book. Coburn was born in White Sulphur Springs, Montana Territory, the son of Robert Coburn Senior, the founder of the noted Circle C Ranch. Coburn served in the military in the First World War. He later spent time as a cowboy and a surveyor, before becoming a full-time writer in the 1920s. Books by Walt Coburn. Mor. rivia About Burnt Ranch, The.
Walt Coburn (1889–1971) was an American writer of Westerns. Coburn began his career with Western stories in general fiction pulp magazines such as Adventure and Argosy
1954) A novel by Walt Coburn.
1954) A novel by Walt Coburn. Used availability for Walt Coburn's The Burnt Ranch. July 1974 : UK Hardback.
Walt Coburn, in writing about his father's life and times, called upon both his own memories of the past and a well of unwritten history heard around Circle C campfires. He was the author of many popular western novels and stories, including "Old Yeller. The author provided information, which I was looking for. In particular, i wanted to learn about the Allen murder and there was a chapter on that specific incident. Coburn grew up in that part of the Country at a time when Indians were treated disdainfully by whites taking up land in Montana. Most were racist and looked down on Indians as if they had no rights to the land and were not supposed to be there.
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Coburn was enormously prolific; Flanagan states Coburn wrote almost two million words of fiction over a thirty year period. The Burnt Ranch (1954). Wet Cattle (1955) (vt: Violent Maverick). Coburn at his most prolific, averaged over 600,000 published words per year. He was so popular that eventually, two pulp magazines - Walt Coburn’s Western Magazine and Walt Coburn’s Action Novels were issued, consisting mainly of reprints of Coburn's After the pulps ended in the 1950s, Coburn switched his focus to writing paperback originals. Coburn was a devout Christian.
Published 1974 by Gold Lion Books in London. Originally published, London, Hammond, Hammond, 1954.
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Coburn Ranch is located in Dos Palos city of California state. On the street of Eucalyptus Road and street number is 8174.
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