The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 71, July 1967 - April, 1968 Page: 65
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Shirk, David Lawson. The Cattle Drives of David Shirk from Texas to
the Idaho Mines, 187z-73. Portland, Oregon, Champoeg Press, 1956.
-Some Texas trailing by a western Idaho cattle buyer.
Smith, A. Morton. The First zoo Years in Cooke County. San Antonio, The
Naylor Company, 1955.
-The Chisholm Trail in Cooke County, Texas.
Streeter, Floyd Benjamin. Prairie Trails & Cow Towns. New York, The
Devin Adair Company, 1963.
-Stories of the Old West, including a chapter on "The Cattle Trails."
Taylor, Ross McLaury. We Were There On the Chisholm Trail. New York,
Grosset & Dunlap, 1957.
-Romanticizing for young readers.
Wallis, George A. Cattle Kings of the Staked Plains. Dallas, American Guild
-Incidental reference to a herd on the Trail in 187o.
Ward, Don, and J. G. Dykes. Cowboys and Cattle Country. New York,
American Heritage Publishing Co., Inc., 1961.
-More romanticizing for young readers.
Wellman, Paul I. The Greatest Cattle Drive. Boston, Houghton Mifflin
-A pre-Chisholm Trail struggle with bows to the future.
Wilhelm, Steve. Cavalcade of Hooves and Horns. San Antonio, The Naylor
-Incidental mentions of the founding and importance of the 'Trail
to early cattle movements.
Official Trail Names Adopted. Old Trail Drivers Association. .[San An-
-"The famed Chisholm cattle trail . . . cannot be traced in Texas
for the reason that it never existed in this state."
"A Survey of Historic Sites and Structures in Kansas, Kansas Historical
Quarterly, XXIII (Summer, 1957), 113-18o.
-Notes the presence and status of the Trail in Sumner County, Kan-
sas (pp. 173-174)
Bailey, Tom. "Down Horse Thief Trail," Frontier Times, XXXIII (Fall,
1959), 14-16, 34, 36-4o.
-An account drawn from the uncompleted manuscript of Thomas
Jefferson Wesley, who was riding the cattle trails at fourteen, a "protege
of Joseph G. McCoy, who made Abilene the great cattle shipping
center it was."
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