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The Old West: The Cowboys by William H. Forbis1
The Old West: The Indians by Benjamin Capps2
The Old West: The Trailblazers by Bil Gilbert3
The Old West: The Soldiers by David Nevin4
The Old West: The Railroaders by Keith Wheeler5
The Old West: The Forty-Niners by William Weber Johnson6
The Old West: The Pioneers by Huston Horn7
The Old West: The Gunfighters by Paul Trachtman8
The Old West: The Expressmen by David Nevin9
The Old West: The Townsmen by Keith Wheeler10
The Old West: The Great Chiefs by Benjamin Capps11
The Old West: The Rivermen by Paul O'Neil12
The Old West: The Texans by David Nevin13
The Old West: The Loggers by Richard Lippincott Williams14
The Old West: The Chroniclers by Keith Wheeler15
The Old West: The Spanish West by William H. Johnson16
The Old West: The Miners by Robert Wallace17
The Old West: The Canadians by Ogden Tanner18
The Old West: The Frontiersmen by Time-Life Books19
The Old West: The Alaskans by Keith Wheeler20
The Old West: The Ranchers by Time-Life Books21
The Old West: The Mexican War by David Nevin22
The Old West: The Women by Joan Swallow Reiter23
The Old West: The Scouts by Keith Wheeler24
The Old West: The Gamblers by Robert Wallace25
The Old West: The End and The Myth by Paul O'Neil26
The Old West: Master Index by Editors of Time-Life Books27
Time-Life: The Old West Set by Time-Life BooksSets

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This series consists of 27 volumes bound in dark brown leather. Volumes 1 thru 26 are individual titles; volume 27 is the Master Index to the series.

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