2 edition of Powder River let "er buck found in the catalog.
Powder River let "er buck
Jack H. Lee
|Statement||by Jack H. Lee (Montana cowboy poet)|
|LC Classifications||PS3523.E34 P6 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||30010624|
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Location & Availability for: Powder River: let 'er buck Enter Search Terms: Keyword Title Author Subject ISBN/ISSN All I-Share Libraries Local Catalog Only Search Options. Powder River: Let 'er Buck. Struthers Burt. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Ross Santee. Cloth. A solid, very presentable copy of the 1st edition of this, the 4th title in the "Rivers of America" series. Tight and VG+ (light spotting to the panels) in an unusually crisp, price-intact, easily Near Fine dustjacket, with one tiny closed.
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Powder River;: Let 'er Buck ([Rivers of America]) Hardcover – January 1, by Struthers Burt (Author), Ross Santee (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(2).
Once the drinks were set up, he toasted, "Here's to the Powder River, let 'er buck." Another story about the origin of the phrase comes from a. This story of Powder River is -- in reality -- the story of grass. The search for it.
The fight for it. The slow disappearance of it. Grass, that strange green thing which covers the earth and without which man cannot live, and the color of which, the secret of life itself, is still as much of a mystery to man as when he first saw it.
Get this from a library. Powder River: let 'er buck. [Maxwell Struthers Burt; Ross Santee; Mary Margaret McBride; Constance Lindsay Skinner; Fitzgerald. History on the phrase:”Powder River, Let `er Buck!” Powder River has been described as being “a mile wide and an inch deep.” Yet because of the war cry of cowboys, picked up by American troops, “Powder River, Let `er Buck,” the river has gained a fame well beyond its size.
STRUTHERS BURT. Powder River: Let 'er Buck. First Edition but later unstated printing. Overall condition Good to G+; Spine is faded, slight signs of shelf ware to edges; Inside pages are bright, tight and clean; no significant defects noted except for a couple of small water spot on the Rating: % positive.
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The Story of the Powder River Let'er Buck, The "91st Division" history was a page booklet published by the 91st Division during the last months of the war for distribution to the soldiers and their families.
This booklet gives a good overview of the history of the 91st Division with details about places and events. which meant it was. “Powder River, Let ‘er Buck” By Phil Roberts Professor of History, University of Wyoming Former UW football coach Joe Glenn () often repeated the familiar mantra “Powder River, Let ‘er Buck,” as an expression indicating resolve—“we’re going to go out and do this task successfully, whatever the obstacles.” The derivation of the expression was.
Powder River not The Powder River. According to Helen Huntington Smith, The War on Powder River-The History of an Insurrection, University of Nebraska Press, pages, Powder River is never referred to as The Powder RiverMike Cline10 June (UTC) WW1 Wyoming & Montana and the Powder River, Let'er Buck.
The series, Rivers of America, edited by Constance Lindsay Skinner, is rolling up a remarkable record — every one a ten strike. With each addition, I hesitate to open the first pages. Will it stand the test of the past. And — so far — the answer is ""Yes."" POWDER RIVER is as individual as KENNEBEC and SUWANNEE RIVER.
It is another distinct contribution to the panel of America. An anthem for those headstrong, hard-working western Cowboys who have each other's backs, and stand up for things they believe in. Let 'er Buck. #GodBlessCow. Powder River: Let Er Buck (Rivers of America) th Edition by Maxwell Struthers Burt (Author) › Visit Amazon's Maxwell Struthers Burt Page.
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Powder River: Let 'er Buck By Struthers Burt. Lovejoy Library has two copies of Powder River: Let 'er Buck by Struthers Burt. One copy is the first printing of the first edition.
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Size Source Powder River is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately miles ( km) long in northeastern Wyoming and southeastern Montana in the United drains an area historically known as the Powder River Country on the high plains east of the Bighorn Mountains.
It rises in three forks in north central Wyoming. The North and Middle forks rise along the Mouth: Yellowstone River. The 91st Infantry Division (“Wild West” Division – battle cry: “Powder River. Let’er Buck!”) trained at Camp Lewis from 5 September until it shipped out, on Junefor France, where it served with distinction.
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