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Pinto's Tales

by Pat Schutz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0966392205, Paperback)

"PINTO'S TALES" is a book of cowboy humor that is written in the lingo of the Old West trail drive era of the late 1800's. The vernacular used in the book is authentic to that period of American history; particularly, the language is that of the old-time cowboys of Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Wyoming and Montana.

It contains 26 Western tall tales and 12 original illustrations.

Most of the tall tales are original; some of the jokes are old saws that have been sharpened with a distinctly, Old West twist.

This book is popular with people who enjoy cowboy humor, Old West history, authentic American Old West dialects, horses, cattle, and cowboy jokes that make folks groan.

(retrieved from Amazon Fri, 17 Jun 2016 06:26:30 -0400)

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