The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 74, July 1970 - April, 1971 Page: 534
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534 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
of people in the East. . . ."" The godly minded C. C. Slaughter re-
mained constant in his faith; but he also knew that Gustavus Swift
was staunchly loyal to his motto: "A dollar wasted is gone forever-
with no one the better off for its going.""'
"Nordyke, Great Roundup, 164. The use of collective action on the range is discussed
in Mody C. Boatright, "The Myth of Frontier Individualism," Southwestern Social Sci-
ence Quarterly, XXII (June, 1941), 23-25, 31; Gressley, "The American Cattle 'Rust,"
77; Ray A. Billington, America's Frontier Heritage (New York, 1966), 142-148.
8"Swift and Van Vlissingen, Yankee of the Yards, 4. Slaughter was generous in his
support of the Southern Baptist Convention and Baylor University. See Slaughter
to G. M. Slaughter, May 19, 1898, in Correspondence File, George M. Slaughter Papers,
and G. G. Wright to Baylor University, March 17, 1916, in Correspondence File, Chris-
topher Columbus Slaughter Papers (Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University).
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