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  • Hearts Westby Chris Enss

    TwoDot 2005; US$ 11.99

    Hearts West includes more than a dozen stories of courageous mail order brides and their exploits. Accompanying the text are actual advertisements placed by both women seeking husbands and men seeking brides. more...

  • Doctor Wore Petticoatsby Chris Enss

    TwoDot 2006; US$ 13.99

    "No women need apply." Western towns looking for a local doctor during the frontier era often concluded their advertisements in just that manner. Yet apply they did. And in small towns all over the West, highly trained women from medical colleges in the East took on the post of local doctor to great acclaim. In this new book, author Chris Enss offers... more...

  • Custer's Road to Disasterby Kevin Sullivan

    TwoDot 2013; US$ 15.99

    An in-depth look at the personality of George Armstrong Custer—a personality that made him impervious to fear for his own life, callous towards the fears of others, and guaranteed his ultimate destruction.   more...

  • Almost Pioneersby John Fry

    TwoDot 2013; US$ 15.99

    A really wonderful peek into the lives of a couple who tried the wide open west as homesteaders that reveals ineptitude as well as the usual pioneer bravado. more...

  • Mayby Mary Barmeyer O'Brien

    TwoDot 2013; US$ 15.99

    An adventurous single woman who knew how to cook, twenty-three-year-old May Arkwright moved — alone — to the remote valleys of northern Idaho in 1883. She opened a one-table restaurant for the silver prospectors near Wallace, serving her homemade berry pies and hot dishes. Before long, she was a well-known part of the fledgling mining district. May,... more...

  • Elusive State of Jeffersonby Peter Laufer

    TwoDot 2013; US$ 17.99

    Fascinating history of the secessionist movement that once flourished in Northern California and Southern Oregon—and an interview-based study of the region as it exists and still defines itself today. more...

  • Keep Cookin' Cowgirlby Jill Stanford

    TwoDot 2013; US$ 13.99

    Filled with fun recipes and nostalgic looks back at the heyday of the cowgirl era, this book celebrates the wild women of the Old West. From "Fit for a Queen Green Chili Soup" to "Cowgirl Margaritas," Cowgirl's Cookbook is fun to puruse and to will be excellent to use for a cowgirl-themed girls night or campout. more...

  • Hope Amid Hardshipby Linda Johnston

    TwoDot 2013; US$ 15.99

    Why did they stay?  Despite the challenges of loneliness, drought, and political turmoil Kansas pioneers faced, many found and wrote about joy and beauty in their adopted communities.   Letters and diaries describe the times that gave them reason to sing, dance, and celebrate – moments when their burdens were lighter.  This volume brings together... more...

  • Cowgirl Dreamsby Heidi Thomas

    TwoDot 2014; US$ 15.99

    From her ranch home in Montana in the 1920s, Nettie Brady dreamed of joining the rodeo circuit and becoming a star. Defying her mother's wishes and trading her skirts for trousers--and riding the range with her brothers and taking on the occasional half-ton steer in local rodeos--Nettie bucked convention to compete with men in the arena. When family... more...

  • Dare to Dreamby Heidi Thomas

    TwoDot 2014; US$ 15.99

     At the start of the 1940s, Montana cowgirl Nettie Brady Moser has overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles on the journey toward her dream of being a professional rodeo rider. In the 1920s, she struggled against her family's expectations and social prejudice against rodeo cowgirls. During the Great Depression, falling in love and marrying Jake... more...