Books: What I Have Saw

A STOVE-UP COWBOY'S STORY by James Emmit McCauley. 76 pages. Southern Methodist University. $5. "I was borned on the 14th day of August 1873, in Anderson County, Lone Star State. My parents be poor like Job's turkey. But my first memory was to ride a stick horse and my first wishes and desires was to be a wild and woolly cowboy." A wild and woolly cowboy that little boy became, and many years later, encouraged by Folk Singer John Lomax, the old wrangler rustled up a stub pencil to scribble off the story...

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