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Group of old timers playing poker at Cody saloon.
(Photo courtesy of Park County Wyoming Historical Society)

Bette Wolf Duncan Named Cowgirl Poet of the Year by Academy of Western Artists

 

 

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It cost Me Mary Lou
My Pony's Feet
Sagebrush Sue
Tex Lafitte
Rainbows On The Brain

Black Sunday
Bull  That Brought Him Down
Johnny Reb
Imagine This Old Momma
Dying Cowboy's Prayer
Pretty Patch of Green
Never Mess With Hank
Makin' Do  
Matilda 'n Me
 

    Cowboy Poetry...A Remarkable Art Form           

 

 

 

- AND MORE COWBOY POETRY-
by  COWBOY WESTERN POETS
 

JIM HAWKINS                The Jag
CHARLES WILLIAMS       Cowbarn Cowboy
DEE JOHNSON                 The "Borried" Fiddle
BYRD WOODWARD          Cow Sense
RON MILLER                    Cowboy Poetry
VERLIN PITT                    The Cowboys
DAVID DILL                      A cowboy's Truck
ERICK LEE               Cowboy Poetry Gathering
JO LYNN KIRKWOOD       Last Roundup
CLARK CROUCH                 Antique Boots
JERRY SCHLEICHER    Catchin' The Local News
BOBBIE HUNTER               "Shoppin'
WOODY WOODRUFF        That Fatal Day
"DOC" HAYES                   Blowing Snow
SMOKE WADE                  Change Of Season
                                         Trailing The Herd

ABOUT THE WEBMASTER...Bette Wolf Duncan


 

                           

Dakota by Bette Duncan

Dakota

by Bette Duncan

    The Louisiana Territory, purchased for less than 5˘ an acre, was one of Thomas Jefferson's greatest contributions to his country. It doubled the size of the United States literally overnight, without a war or the loss of a single American life. Dakota presents a bird’s eye view of the transition of a segment of the Louisiana Purchase into the states of Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming. Dakota offers historical data meshed with Western poetry, with each one of the book’s twenty-three poems contributing a relevant insight. Topics covered include subjects ranging from the Civil War in Montana, to the "Big Die-Up"of 1886-1887, to the myth and reality of the American West, to the end of the homesteading era. According to the author, Dakota is more than a collection of Western verse- it is a raft with twenty-three supporting logs that has skimmed o’er the river of Western history. Dakota paints a picture of the real west and some of its magnificent people.

  The author, Bette Wolf Duncan, was born and raised in southeastern Montana. She is the granddaughter of Montana homesteaders, and the great-granddaughter of some of the earliest settlers in North Dakota’s Red River Valley. Her late husband’s grandfather was one of the early ranchers in eastern Montana.

Learn Western history through vivid details meshed with poetry!

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ISBN 13 (TP): 978-1-4568-5365-5
ISBN 13 (HB): 978-1-4568-5366-2
ISBN 13 (eBook): 978-1-4568-5367-9

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Bette Wolf Duncan
1755 S.E. 108th Street: Runnells, Iowa 50237
Tel. 1-515-966-2461
email - wacobelle@msn.com

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