In Tied On, Beau Hague provides devotionals that connect Christian principles and scripture to the cowboy’s way of life – from horses, to rodeos, to draggin’ calves to the fire, Beau provides personal stories of his life as a day-working cowboy and devotions for the man or woman who wants to make a hand for God.
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Dale R. Lewis is the author of "Footprints in the Dew," a book about Chub Anderson, who gained notoriety for his connection to the Mullendore murder case in 1970.
This story is about the most famous unsolved murder in the southwest and the life of the man who held the key to that murder. On September 26, 1970, E.C. Mullendore III, the heir to the three hundred thousand acre Cross Bell Ranch Empire in Oklahoma, was murdered in his own home. The only other person with him was ranch employee Damon ‘Chub’ Anderson, who was also shot. At the time of his death, Mr. Mullendore held the largest li...
From Beau Hague, bestselling author of Tied On: The Cowboy's Devotional comes The Maker's Mark, a book of 40 days worth of devotionals written especially for the farmer, rancher, or cowboy who wants to dedicate their life to Christ.
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Our copper medallion mugs are made using a hand crafted style glaze that reacts differently for each and every mug. The hand-dipped glaze makes sure every mug is slightly different to give it that handcrafted look. The finely detailed pure copper medallion in the center of the mug give this piece a unique look and is sure to make a stand out piece in your souvenir collection. Available with Oklahoma or Texas emblems.
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History Lesson: A brand may consist of a letter, number, character, or symbol, or a combination of one or more of any or all of these. Until modern times, to prevent theft, livestock being driven across country were required to be 'road branded'. The brands were painted on with pine tar or paint in early history. Later, when the vast trail herds of cattle were driven North to market, hot iron brands were used. Brands are considered the trademark for the range land signifying pride of ownership in livestock.
Show your pride of ownership on your steak, or anything else for that matter with...
Author, columnist and film producer Dale R. Lewis, aka “the Original Buffalo Dale” has just published a new memoir entitled Before the Dew about his early life and the events that led up to his chance meeting with Damon “Chub” Anderson. The prequel to Oklahoma bestseller Footprints in the Dew, Before the Dew chronicles Lewis’ ravels across the country and his many adventures as a music promoter, private investigator and writer.
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Released in April of 2015, this is the second volume that Gary and Margaret Kraisinger have published on the Texas cattle-trailing industry. Whereas their first book concentrated on the middle corridor of the Western Cattle Trail through Indian Territory, western Kansas, and southwestern Nebraska, this more comprehensive volume takes the reader from south Texas to Canada, over some 2000 miles of the Western Cattle Trail trunk line, its feeder routes, splinter routes, and detours. The three other south-to-north trail systems are also presented and mapped and compared one with the other. The ...
It sure is nice to be King of the Ranch. Just ask Charlie! His days are filled with belly rubs, bacon, and Mama's special tender loving care. But then his daily routine is interrupted when a new baby shows up! All of a sudden, everyone's attention is on her, and not on him! They tuck her in, feed her dinner, and give her their tender loving care. What is a ranch dog to do?
In this heartwarming tale by Ree Drummond, the Pioneer Woman herself, Charlie discovers that even with a new baby at home, there's enough love to go around and that being a big brother is an even bigger job than being Kin...
From New Yorker staff writer David Grann, #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Lost City of Z, a twisting, haunting true-life murder mystery about one of the most monstrous crimes in American history
In the 1920s, the richest people per capita in the world were members of the Osage Indian nation in Oklahoma. After oil was discovered beneath their land, they rode in chauffeured automobiles, built mansions, and sent their children to study in Europe.
Then, one by one, the Osage began to be killed off. The family of an Osage woman, Mollie Burkhart, became a prime target. Her relativ...
Charlie is a genius napper, an expert cattle wrangler, and the best bacon eater around! His skills are top-notch, and he's ready to share what he knows with his ranch friends. Mama and the kids are busy with their lessons, so Charlie helps out by creating a school of his own. Suzie, Kitty, and Walter have a LOT to learn, and there's no one better to instruct them than the King of the Ranch! Class is in session, but Charlie's students are acting like a bunch of animals. Will Charlie be able to teach his friends ANYTHING?!?
Your soul will rejoice over Charlie the Ranch Dog's latest adventure...