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Robert G. Cleland Archives
Robert G. Cleland • 18 Items / 12 Books, 5 Reviews, 1 Article
This Reckless Breed of Men (1950)
The Trappers and Fur Traders of the Southwest
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    American History (Review)
    This Reckless Breed of Men, by Robert Glass Cleland
    1. This Reckless Breed of Men by Robert Glass Cleland
    The American Historical Review, July 1950, p. 919
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    The Southwest---Beaver to Silk (Review)
    This Reckless Breed of Men, by Robert Glass Cleland
    1. This Reckless Breed of Men by Robert Glass Cleland
    The Saturday Review, April 8, 1950, p. 12
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    Books in Brief (3 Reviews)
    Eleanor of Aquitaine, and the Four Kings, by Amy Ruth Kelly
    1. Eleanor of Aquitaine, and the Four Kings by Amy Ruth Kelly
    2. This Reckless Breed of Men by Robert Glass Cleland
    3. State Intervention in Great Britain by Samuel J. Hurwitz
    The Nation, June 10, 1950, p. 582
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    Western Book Roundup (14 Reviews)
    Great Western Train Robberies, by Don DeNevi
    1. Great Western Train Robberies by Don DeNevi
    2. The Rhetoric of History by Savoie Lottinville
    3. San Antonio by Charles Ramsdell
    4. Sitting on the Blue-Eyed Bear by Gerald Hausman
    5. This Reckless Breed of Men by Robert Glass Cleland
    6. Chronicles of the Big Bend by W.D. Smithers
    7. Railroad: Trains and Train People in American Culture by James Alan McPherson and Miller Williams
    8. Vigilante! by William E. Burrows
    9. Letters from North America by John Xantus
    10. Travels in Southern California by John Xantus
    11. The Homestead Cookbook by Virginia Paul
    12. Wilderness Wife by Bradford Angier and Vera Angier
    13. Vacationing with Saddle and Packhorse by W.K. "Bill" Merrill
    14. Step Right Up by Brooks McNamara
    True West, June 1977, p. 4