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Author: Andy Adams
An Autobiography (1907), Adams breathes life into the story of a Texas cowboy who becomes a wealthy and influential cattleman.
This book was a very enjoyable read. To follow how one man with very limited finances was able to establish such a large and well managed cattle ranch and business. His perseverance and "stick-to-itiveness" was a great example and challenge to any reader of this very enjoyable book.
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