The huge Browning Ranch in Colorado is the home of Adam and Jake Browning. The lives and loves of the Browning family are fascinating fodder for the gossips in the small town of Hamilton. Adam Browning is the big and handsome elder brother and Jake Browning, the younger brother who always settles for second place with the women in their lives. But only one woman wins the heart of handsome Adam-Jake's girlfriend. This causes a rift between the brothers that threatens to divide the Browning Ranch in half!
Adam knew his own mother was beaten to death by Ed Browning and he never had feelings of resentment against Karen for ... Browning before she suffered the same fate as Adam's mother, meant Karen had 40 The Browning Cowboys and Indians.
Author: B. Carr
The Indian Cowboy -The Hunter `If you ever need a shitty job nobody wants to do, call me,` -says an FBI agent to Ryan Black Hawk. `I don't work for the FBI!` `Not for the FBI. For me.` When Ryan is dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Air Force, he has no choice, but to walk away into an uncer-tain and dangerous future. When he meets the mysterious Keshia, everything is supposed to change. Almost forgot-ten feelings enchant the two young people. But then everything changes... Editorial office Hufgeflüster. EU The author describes with sensitivity and depth a very current topic - the conflict of a young Lakota between the world of modern America and the traditional world of the ancient Americans.
The more mature gentlemen often rely on Smith and Whose or Browning. The young customers prefer Beretta or Glock”, smiled Sam. “For your purposes this one seems to me to be optimal. It's practically invisible and has the same impact as ...
Author: Brita Rose Billert
With a little imagination his cap pistol was easily converted into a Browning machine gun . Cowboys and Indians became kid stuff . From that day on it was Yanks and Germans . If that particular Sunday was a milestone in Bob's life ...
Throughout my life The Lord has been my constant guide and companion; and along the way I have found He has a sense of humor, some of which I disclose in these pages. Another thing; no matter how far I have drifted from the straight and narrow The Lord remained with me along with attending angels and love does indeed cover a multitude of sins. I can only account for my having lived as long as I have on this basis. The reader will understand what I mean once getting into this book. Along my journey with the Lord I discovered many things, one of them being Einstein's famous equation E=MC2 is incomplete because it does not account for life and death, yet these remain the two greatest mysteries they have ever been denying us thus far a "theory of everything." Some years ago I removed from the greater part of society to live in semi-seclusion alone with my books and thoughts in a quiet part of the Sequoia National Forest devoting myself to contemplation, speculating about many things and committing my thoughts in writing fulltime. As a writer and author given to much introspection and fascinated by human behavior, nature, and our universe it was important to me to simplify my life as much as possible as anyone given to philosophical speculation about many things must. That much of my writing covers some metaphysical thoughts about God, angels and demons, an afterlife and Biblical stories of origins, of prophecies of the End Times and so much more have been absorbing studies as well and I freely share my thoughts about these in this volume.
< >I< Since playing cowboys and Indians involved a lot of gunplay, the transition to killing laps and Germans was natural. I have often wondered whether our government continued to make caps so readily available to children during this ...
Author: Samuel D. G. Heath
Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.
Browning Whatever your size — right now or ten years from now — it's all the same to a Browning .22 Automatic. The Browning is everybody's ... Boys on the Go . . . playing Cowboys or Indians- love the sensational new Indian-Molt.
'Rankin is a master story-teller ... I read this in one sitting' Guardian Mike Mackenzie is a self-made man with too much time on his hands and a bit of the devil in his soul. He is looking for something to liven up the days and settles on a plot to rip-off one of the most high-profile targets in the capital - the National Gallery of Scotland. So, together with two close friends from the art world, he devises a plan to lift some of the most valuable artwork around. But of course, the real trick is to rob the place - whilst persuading the world that no crime was ever committed...
... up that Browning, he'd felt a thrill of electricity. The weight of it, the machine-tooled detail. It was a work of art in itself. He'd loved playing with guns as a kid; had a huge collection of plastic soldiers, cowboys and Indians.
Author: Ian Rankin
Publisher: Hachette UK
The family saga is made up of an accumulation of separate family legends. These are the stories of the old folks and the old times that are told among the family when they gather for funerals or Thanksgiving dinner. These are the "remember-when" stories the family tells about the time when the grownups were children.
Frank's pony , with two arrows sticking. Waggoner's cowboys in the late 1880s , when they were still herding cattle into Indian Territory Myrtle Ham , sitting on her porch in Erath County. 91 co . Indians . Josephus and Frank Browning.
Author: Francis Edward Abernethy
Publisher: University of North Texas Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Focusing on the northern plains and the Southwest, Iverson traces the rise and fall of individual and tribal cattle industries against the backdrop of changing federal Indian policies. He describes the Indian Bureau's inability to recognize that most nineteenth-century reservations were better suited to ranching than farming. Even though allotment and leasing stifled ranching, livestock became symbols and ranching a new means of resisting, adapting, and living - for remaining Native.
Index West , 25–51 ; use of Indian land , against ... See also Jicarilla Apaches ; Mescalero Apaches ; San Carlos Apache Reservation ; White Mountain Apache Reservation Browning , Daniel , 59 Bruisedhead , Cliff , 201 257 Index.
Author: Peter Iverson
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Category: Social Science
A controversial sport, rodeo is often seen as emblematic of the West's reputation as a "white man's country." A Wilder West complicates this view, showing how rodeo has been an important contact zone -- a chaotic and unpredictable place of encounter that challenged expected social hierarchies. Rodeo has brought people together across racial and gender divides, creating friendships, rivalries, and unexpected intimacies. Fans made hometown cowboys, cowgirls, and Aboriginal riders local heroes. Lavishly illustrated and based on cowboy/cowgirl biographies and memoirs, press coverage, archival records, and dozens of interviews with former and current rodeo contestants, promoters, and audience members, this creative history returns to rodeo's small-town roots to shed light on the history of social relations in Canada's western frontier.
The IRCA primarily brought together rodeo cowboys from southern Alberta, stringing together a circuit at Hobbema, ... beginning with the Northern Indian Rodeo Cowboy Association in 1973.30 In the late 1970s, a loose organization of BC ...
Author: Mary-Ellen Kelm
Publisher: UBC Press
Hundreds of novels have been written about young men coming of age in war. And millions of young men have, in fact, come of age in combat. This is the story of one of them, as told by his daughter, based on the daily letters he wrote to his family in 1944 and 1945. After ten months of stateside training, nineteen-year-old Joe Ted (Bud) Miller shipped out from New York harbor in November 1944 and served with the 63rd Infantry in France and Germany. Although he fought with his unit at the Colmar Pocket and earned a Bronze Star for his role in pushing through the Siegfried Line, his letters focus less on the details of battle than on the many aspects of his life in the military: food, PX, movies, biographies of friends and platoon-mates, training activities, travelogues, and the behavior (good and bad) of officers. Bud’s journalistic skills show in his letters and fill his reports with a wealth of objective detail, as well as articulate reflections on his feelings about his experiences. Katherine I. Miller, a communication scholar, brings to her father’s letters—which form the centerpiece of the book—her scholarly training in analyzing issues such as the development of masculinity in historical context, the formation of adult identity, and the psychological effects of war. Further insights gained from additional personal and family archives, interviews with surviving family members, official paperwork, the unit history of the 63rd Infantry Division (254th Regiment), unit newspapers, pictorial histories, maps, and accounts by other unit members aided her in crafting this “interpretive biography.” The book also serves as a window onto more general questions of how individuals navigate complicated turning points thrown at them by external events and internal struggles as they move from youth to adulthood.
... the .30 caliber U.S. carbine, the Thompson submachine gun, the Browning machine gun, and heavy weapons such as mortar and bazookas.9 My father was given limited ... It was sort of fun, though—something like 'cowboys & Indians.
Author: Katherine I. Miller
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press