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Inveterate angler Zane Grey, writer of highly popular Western fiction, first visited Oregon in 1919 to fish the waters of the Rogue River and Crater Lake. He returned to the Rogue throughout the 1920s, turning his 1925 drift-boat expedition down the length of the lower Rogue into a chapter of his Tales of Fresh Water Fishing (1928)...

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WEST OF THE PECOS by Zane Grey | 1144: Zane Grey Nevada First Edition : Lot 1144

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The Grey Movie Poster | Explore: 2014 Movie posters US Vintage posters Classic Polish posters ...

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13 Signs You're Addicted to Books

13 Signs You're Addicted to Books: It was books that made me feel perhaps I was not completely alone.

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about 1870 San Antonio, Texas. Zane Grey's novel, The Trail Driver (1931). Heros: Texas Joe Shipman (trail boss), Adam Brite (owner). Story took place in 1871.

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Zane Grey (1872 - 1939) was an American dentist and author best known for his adventure novels and Western fiction; he idealized the American frontier. Riders of the Purple Sage (1912) was his best-selling book. /Bios

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The Lucien B. Maxwell House in Cimarron, 1864. Zane Grey mentions this New Mexico ranch in several of his novels.

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Chuck Wagon and Trail Drive. Zane Grey's novel, Knights of the Range 1936. Story took place in the early 1870's. Hero Renn Frayne.

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"As long as Texas exists the Alamo will be sacred." Zane Grey's novel: West of the Pecos (1931).

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