The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 71, July 1967 - April, 1968 Page: 62
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
volume of writings in The Chisholm Trail's bibliography be brought
up to date. Gard's bibliography may be seen as it appears in his book.
Here then is a supplementary collection of items which have appeared
since1954. Some of these are devoted to the Trail itself; others merely
comment on how the Trail touches another subject at hand; many
are merely incidental references to the great cattle thoroughfare or
its heroes. In any case, each adds an active ingredient to the story
which will always be open to another bit of historical evidence, an-
other insight, another meaning, another tale. The Chisholm Trail
was-is-that kind of marker in the American epic about which the
last word never comes.
Adams, Andy. Trail Drive. Ed. by Glen Rounds. New York, Holiday House,
-The Circle Dot trail drive, 1882, with asides to the Chisholm Trail
(pp. 88, 136, 137, 111).
- . Why the Chisholm Trail Forks and Other Tales of the Cattle
Country. Ed. by Wilson M. Hudson. Austin, University of Texas Press,
-Reminiscing by "Stubb," a cowhand.
Allred, B. W., and J. C. Dykes, (eds.). Flat Top Ranch. Norman, University
of Oklahoma Press, 1957-
-Collected commentaries on grassland ranching, including some brief
Chisholm Trail geography.
Bishop, Curtis, Grace Bishop, and Clyde Inez Martin. Trails to Texas. Aus-
tin, Texas, W. S. Benson &8 Company, 1965.
-Juvenile literature with a "Longhorn Trail" chapter.
Branch, Douglas. The Cowboy and His Interpreters. New York, Cooper
Square Publishers, Inc., 1961.
-A republication with new introduction by Harry Sinclair Drago
which discussses the Chisholm Trail.
Chisholm, Alexander. The Old Chisholm Trail. Salt Lake City, Handkraft
Art and Publishing Company, 1964.
-"The tales told in this tome of the Chisholm Trail's home
Are from legend or life all derived;
They're from legends of tribes and from stories that scribes
Have from lives of old timers contrived."
Chisholm, Fannie G. The Four State Chisholm Trail. San Antonio, Munguia
-"A factual account of the origin of the Old Chisholm Trail and
other stories of the Chisholm family in early days in Texas."
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