Told Under a White Oak Tree

Told Under a White Oak Tree The Shelf Life Western Fiction Collection is a fascinating set of pre materials that capture the beauty mystery and adventure of the old west From honorable cowboys and spirited pioneer women to

  • Title: Told Under a White Oak Tree
  • Author: William S. Hart J. Montgomery Flagg
  • ISBN: 9781117879796
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Shelf2Life Western Fiction Collection is a fascinating set of pre 1923 materials that capture the beauty, mystery and adventure of the old west From honorable cowboys and spirited pioneer women to questionable sheriffs, notorious gunslingers and unruly outlaws, these classic westerns introduce lively characters who embody the essence of the American frontier AuthentiThe Shelf2Life Western Fiction Collection is a fascinating set of pre 1923 materials that capture the beauty, mystery and adventure of the old west From honorable cowboys and spirited pioneer women to questionable sheriffs, notorious gunslingers and unruly outlaws, these classic westerns introduce lively characters who embody the essence of the American frontier Authentic dialog combined with vivid scenic descriptions help re create a time and place where chasing cattle rustlers, tracking wild horses and fighting for land were a part of everyday life, highlighting the strength of character necessary to survive The Shelf2Life Western Fiction Collection allows readers to escape the modern world and be transported into the rough and tumble escapades of the Wild West.

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    1. I know very little about silent movies, but after reading this I feel slightly more informed, even if that information apparently comes from a horse! I guess William Hart must have had a lot of young fans, and I'm sure this book must have appealed to his readers. Kids these days might find it a little dated. But I'm sure those interested in horses or early film history would enjoy it. I listened to the Librivox audiobook which showcased a great narrator.

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