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Introduction . . . . . . . . . vi
Mustangs and Mustanging in Southwest Texas 3
G. C. ROBINSON
A Mustanger of 1850 . . . 22
J. W. MOSES
Nicking the Mustang . . . 44
O. W. NOLEN
From Mustangs to Mules ..... 47
THOMAS W. DWYER
The Mustanger Who Turned Mustang . . 61
MUSTANGS OF THE STAKED PLAINS
Fifty Thousand Mustangs . . . 69
Mustanging on the Staked Plains . . 96
Black Kettle . . . . . . . . . . 102
KRANK M. LOCKARD
I. ....... .... 143
II. .... ... .... 145
LEGENDARY WILD HORSES
Adam and Eve of the Mustangs . . . . 153
HORTENSE L. SANGER
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