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LOIS V. HARRIS. Charlie Russell: Tale-Telling Cowboy Artist

LOIS V. HARRIS. Charlie Russell: Tale-Telling Cowboy Artist. Pelican Publishing Company, Inc. Hardcover, 32 Pages, $16.99, pelicanpub.com.

Teenage Charlie Russell dreamed of going west and traveled to Montana. He worked as a cowboy and taught himself about art by

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LOIS V. HARRIS. Lotta Crabtree: Gold Rush Fairy Star

LOIS V. HARRIS. Lotta Crabtree: Gold Rush Fairy Star. Pelican Publishing Company, Inc. Hardcover, 80 Pages, $17.99, pelicanpub.com.

Child performer Lotta Crabtree entertained California gold diggers. She danced, sang, and dared to joke and strum her banjo when both

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LINDA OSMUNDSON. How the West Was Drawn: Cowboy Charlie’s Art

LINDA OSMUNDSON. How the West Was Drawn: Cowboy Charlie’s Art. Pelican Publishing. Juvenile nonfiction picture book, hardcover, 32 pages, $16.99, pelicanpub.com

This children’s book features one self-sculpture and 13 paintings by Charles Russell. Questions encourage the reader to look for things they

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LINDA OSMUNDSON. How the West Was Drawn: Frederic Remington’s Art

LINDA OSMUNDSON. How the West Was Drawn: Frederic Remington’s Art. Pelican Publishing. Hardcover, 32 pages, $16.99, pelicanpub.com

Features 5 sculptures and 8 paintings by Frederic Remington. Questions encourage the reader to look for things they might have missed in the works

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LINDA OSMUNDSON. How the West Was Drawn: Women’s Art

LINDA OSMUNDSON. How the West Was Drawn: Women’s Art. Pelican Publishing. Hardcover, 32 pages, $16.99, pelicanpub.com

Features 14 women who painted/sculpted the West. Questions encourage the reader to look for things they might have missed in the works followed by text about

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PAUL R. PETERSON. Quantrill at Lawrence: The Untold Story

PAUL R. PETERSON. Quantrill at Lawrence: The Untold Story. Pelican. Hardcover, $26.95, www.pelicanpub.com.

Paul Peterson’s defense of the Lawrence massacre – which Missouri raider Cole Younger called “a day of butchery” – and one-sided approach make this entire history hard to stomach.

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