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Babb, Stanley E. The death of a buccaneer / Stanley E. Babb. Dallas, TX: Southwest Press (Texas Poetry Society), 1927.
"The California Limited."
Back in the saddle. Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard Publishing, 1982.
Baker, Karle Wilson (1878- ). Blue smoke / Karle Wilson Baker. [Austin, TX: E.C. Temple], 1919.
Baker, Karle Wilson. Burning bush / Karle Wilson Baker. [Austin, TX: E.C. Temple], 1922.
Baker, Karle Wilson. Dreamers on horseback / Karle Wilson Baker. Dallas, TX: Southwest Press, 1931.
Baker, Ronald L. "Lady Lil and Pisspot Pete." Journal of American Folklore. 100: 191-199, 1987.
"Ballads and songs collected in ghost towns of California, 1850-1870." Los Angeles, LA: Los Angeles Public Library, nd
* Ballads of the great west. Edited with commentary by Austin E. Fife and Alta S. Fife. Palo Alto, CA: American West Publishing, 1970. 272 p.
* Ballenger, Mary Lou. "Two sonnets: One winter through; Into Spring." p.22. In Sand paintings / by student writers and artists of the University of New Mexico, summer session, 1935. Edited by Clyde Tull; art editor Dorothy Lois Hatch. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico, 1935. 32 p.
Bancroft, Herbert Howe. Works / Herbert Howe Bancroft. San Francisco, CA: History Co., 1889. See p.70
Bandelier, Adolph; Hewett, Edgar L. Indians of the Rio Grande Valley / Adolph Bandelier and Edgar L. Hewett. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1937.
"Summer Outings to Colorado and Yellowstone 1938."
Chicago, IL: Rock Island Lines Railroad, 1938.
* Bard, W.E. A little flame blown / W.E. Bard. Dallas, TX: Southwest Press, 1934. 99 p. Signed
Barker, Elliott S. (1886- ) A medley of wilderness and other poems / Elliott S. Barker. [Santa Fe, NM: Elliott Barker], 1962.
* Barker, Elliott S. Outdoors, faith, fun and other poems / Elliott S. Barker. Santa Fe, NM: Elliott Barker, 1968. 35 p. Signed
* Barker, Elliott S. A medley of wilderness and other poems / Elliott S. Barker. Santa Fe: Elliott S. Barker, 1962. 35 p. Inscribed to Margaret and George Anderson.
* Barker, Elliott S. Wilderness, faith, action, humor and other poems: combines A medley of wilderness and other poems, and Outdoors, faith, fun and other poems, which both sold out two editions / Elliott S. Barker. Santa Fe: Elliott S. Barker, 1982. 43 p. Inscribed to Clifford and Marcie Burton.
* Barker, Mary Lucretia. In light and shade / Mary Lucretia Barker. Golden, CO: Sage Books, 1949. 48 p. Inscribed to "Mildred Baird Yeager, my friend, the gifted poet."
Barker, Ruth Laughlin. Vientos de las Sierras / Ruth Laughlin Barker. Beulah, NM: Barker, 1924.
Barker, S. Omar. Born to battle / S. Omar Barker. np nd
Barker, S. Omar. Buckaroo ballads / S. Omar Barker. Santa Fe, NM: Sante Fe New Mexican Publishing Co., 1928.
* Barker, S. Omar. “Code of the cow country.” In Mayan Dude Ranch: Bandera, Texas' largest and finest… Bandera, TX: Mayan Dude Ranch, 1950s.  p. Brochure
* Barker, S. Omar. "How I know." El Palacio (Santa Fe, NM). 23(13): 360, October 1, 1927.
Barker, S. Omar. "Jack Potter's courtin'." Ranch Romances. nd
Barker, S. Omar. Rawhide rhymes: singing poems of the Old West / S. Omar Barker. Foreword by Fred Gipson. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1968. 154 p.
* Barker, S. Omar. Songs of the saddlemen / S. Omar Barker. With illustrations by Harold D. Bugbee and foreword by Fred Gipson. Denver, CO: Sage Books, 1954. 112 p. Signed. Previously published in Ranch Romances, Western Story Magazine, Wild West Weekly, Zane Grey's Western Magazine, Hoofs and Horns, Ace-High, Cowboy Stories.
indicate distances between cities.
* Barker, S. Omar. Sunlight through the trees / S. Omar Barker. Las Vegas, NM: Highlands University Press, 1954. 118 p. Signed
* Barker, S. Omar. Vientos de las Sierras (Winds of the mountains): New Mexico poems / S. Omar Barker. Beulah, NM: Barker, 1924. 57 p. Cover subtitle: Poems of New Mexico.
Barnes, Will C. "The cowboy and his songs." Saturday Evening Post. 197(52):14-15,122,125,128, June 27, 1925.
Barnes, Will C. Tales of the X-Bar horse camp / Will C. Barnes. Chicago, IL: The Breeder's Gazette, 1920.
Barnes, Will Croft; Raine, William McLeod. Cattle / Will C. Barnes and William McLeod Raine. New York: Doubleday, 1930.
Barnes, Will Croft; Raine, William McLeod. Cattle, cowboys and rangers / Will C. Barnes and William McLeod Raine. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1936. Reissued.
"Boulder Dam - Union Pacific."
IL: Union Pacific Railroad,
Barney, William D. Kneel from stone / William D. Barney. Dallas, TX: Kaleidograph Press, 1952. 82 p.
See: "Plainsman," p.15; "Comanche Buttes," p.42.
Barns, Florence E. Texas writers of today / Florence E. Barns. Dallas, TX: Tardy, 1935.
Barrett, Leonora. "Annual cowboys' Christmas ball brings 'originals' back to Anson." Western Enterprise (Anson, TX). December 28, 1939.
Barrett, Leonora. "The story of folk dancing at the Chittenden cowboys' Christmas ball." Southwest Musician. 10(1): 19,22, Sepember-October 1943.
Barrett, Leonora. "The Texas cowboy in literature." M.A. thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 1930 [?1929].
Barry, Phillips [P.B.]. "The cowboy's lament." Bulletin of the Folk-Lore Society of the Northeast. 7: 16-18, 1934.
Barry, Phillips. Folk music in America / Phillips Barry. New York: National Service Bureau, 1939.
Barsness, John. "The dying cowboy song." Western American Literature. 2(1): 50-57, Spring 1967.
* Barton, Fred. Charles M. Russell: an old-time cowman discusses the life of Charles M. Russell. Los Angeles, CA: Fred Barton, .  p.
See Russell poem “Nature taught her child...” p.7.
* Bass, W.W. Rhymes and jingles / W.W. Bass. Los Angeles, CA: J.F. Rowny Press, 1915. 30 p. "The Grand Canyon guide."
Bataille, Gretchen M. "Black Elk -- New World prophet." In A sender of words: essays in memory of John G. Neihardt. Edited by Vine Deloria, Jr. Salt Lake City, UT; Chicago, IL: Howe Brothers, 1984. p.135-142.
Beadle's Dime Song Books. no.5. New York, 1860. See "Lilly of the west" p.48.
Beatie, Russel H. Saddles / Russel H. Beatie. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1981.
"Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks."
IL: Union Pacific Railroad,
Beggs, Wesley. Rhymes from the rangeland / Wesley Beggs. Denver, CO: Eastwood-Kirchner Printing Co., 1912.
Belden, H.M. Ballads and songs collected by the Missouri Folklore Society / H.M. Belden. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Studies, 1955, c1940.
Belden, H.M. "Balladry in America." Journal of American Folk-lore. 25(95): 14-15, January-March 1912.
Belden, Henry M. A partial list of song-ballads and other popular poetry known in Missouri / H.M. Belden. Columbia, MO: Missouri Folklore Society, 1910.
Benedict, Ruth Fulton. Tales of the Cochiti Indians / Ruth Fulton Benedict. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1931.
* Benet, Rosemary; Benet, Stephen Vincent. A book of Americans / Rosemary Benet and Stephen Vincent Benet. Illustrated by Charles Child. New York: Farrar and Rhinehart, 1933. 114 p. See "Indian" p.5, "Lewis & Clark" etc.
* Benet Stephen Vincent. Western star / Stephen Vincent Benet. New York; Toronto, ON: Farrar and Rhinehart, 1943. 181 p. First part of proposed epic of the opening to the American West; mostly New England material.
Bennett, Virginia. Legacy of the land: cowboy poetry / Virginia Bennett. Illustrated by E.J. Kirchoff; with foreword by John Dofflemyer and contributions from Pete Bennett. [Rifle, CO: Virginia Bennet; Rifle Printing], 1993. 75 p.
"This year visit Idaho."
Chicago, IL: Idaho State Dept. of Commerce and Development, .
* Benton, Alice. Janus had two faces / Alice Benton. Albuquerque, NM: Alice Benton, 1967. 40 p. Inscribed to Mat Pearce.
* Benton, Alice. Milestones / Alice Benton. Eureka Springs, AK: New Dimension Press, 1950. 38 p. Inscribed to Mildred Alexander; includes a one-page review by T.M. Pearce.
* Benton, Alice. See the earth new / Alice Benton. Alpine, TX: Round Table Press, 1959. 48 p. Signed.
Benton, Jesse James. Cow by the tail / Jesse James Benton. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1943.
Berg, William. Poems of the trail / William. Berg. Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1949.
* Bernstein, Joel H. "Cowboy balladeer: from the high plains he came." New Mexico Magazine. 71(11): 58-63, November 1993. On Hi Busse and his Frontiersmen.
Best loved poems of the American West. Garden City, NJ: Doubleday, 1980.
Best songs from the Lomax collections for pickers and singers. New York: Ludlow Music, 1966. 94 p. See index "Cowboy and western songs".
* A bibliographical guide to the study of western American literature. 2nd ed. Edited by Richard W. Etulain and N. Jill Howard. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Center for the American West, 1995. 471 p.
See entries by author, e.g. Mary Austin, Witter Bynner, Peggy Pond Church, Alice Corbin Henderson, etc.
* Bierce, Ambrose. Poems of Ambrose Bierce / Ambrose Bierce. Edited by M.E. Grenander. Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press, 1995. 202 p.
* Bill, Sandia. Melodious poems from the hills / Sandia Bill. New York: Crown Publications, 1945. 96 p.
Billy Binns' ranch, range and home songs. New York: np, 1936.
* Bingham, Edwin; Barnes, Tim. Wood works: the life and writings of Charles Erskine Scott Wood / Edwin Bingham and Tim Barnes. Corvalis, OR: Oregon State University Press, 1997. 340 p.
C.E.S. Wood (1852-1944) was a lawyer, turned poet, who lived in Portland, Oregon and then moved to a retreat just to the south of San Francisco. Most of his poetry was self published. Included in this book are excerpts from "The poet in the desert," p.227-251, and "Poems from the ranges," p.300-303.
"Grand Canyon Outings."
Chicago, IL: Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co., 1925
Black, Baxter (1945-). Buckaroo history / Baxter Black. Brighton, CO: Coyote Cowboy Co., 1985.
Black, Baxter. The cowboy and his dog or "go git in the pickup!" / Baxter Black. Brighton, CO: Coyote Cowboy Co., 1980.
Black, Baxter. Cowboy standard time / Baxter Black. Illustrated by Don Gill, Bob Black. Denver, CO: Coyote Cowboy Co. (Record Stockman Press), 1990. 62 p.
Black, Baxter. Coyote cowboy poetry / Baxter Black. Illustrated by Don Gill, Bob Black. Brighton, CO: Coyote Cowboy Co. (Record Stockman Press), 1986. 202 p.
Black, Baxter. Dunny and the duck: cowboy poetry / Baxter Black. Illustrated by Don Gill, Bob Black, Charlie Marsh. Brighton, CO: Coyote Cowboy Co., 1994. 60 p.
Black, Eleanora; Robertson, Sidney. see The gold rush song book
Black, W.E. "Ethic and metaphysic: a study of John G. Neidardt." Western American Literature. 2: 205-212, Fall 1967.
* Blackwell, Paul C. A legend of the Colorado and other poems. With illustrations by Catherine M. Richter and the author; foreword by Margaret Prendergast McLean. Denver, CO: World Press, Inc. 1954. 64 p.
Bland, Henry N. ( -1931) Like dawn Sierran: a sonnet sequence / Henry N. Bland. San Francisco, CA: Grab Horn Press, 1937.
the Great Lakes to the Pacific Coast
indicate Santa Fe hotels,
* Blanding, Don. Let us dream / Don Blanding. New York: Meade & Company, 1945. 120 p. Illustrated by the author. See "California vignettes" p. 79-87. Inscribed.
* Blanding, Don. Mostly California / Don Blanding. New York: Meade & Company, 1948. 158 p. Illustrated by the author. Inscribed.
* Blanding, Don. The rest of the road / Don Blanding. New York: Dodd, Meade & Company, 1937. 143 p. Illustrated by the author. See "Crosses against the sun," "West," "The healer," "No hope," "Drums for the death of a chief," "Song of the desert," "New Mexican scene," "An old Texas custom" p.95-118. Inscribed.
* Blanding, Don. Today is here / Don Blanding. New York: Dodd, Meade & Company, 1946. 141 p. See "Bryce Canyon wordachrome" p.61; "Friends" p.62; "A mountain in my heart" p.76.
* Blanding, Don. Vagabond's house / Don Blanding. New York: Dodd, Meade & Company, 1952, c1928. 42nd printing. See "To Don May: a friend who climbed mountains with me." p.87
Blanding, Don. West of the sunset / Don Blanding. New York: Dodd, Meade & Company, 1966.
Bliss, Paul Southworth (1899-1940). After supper poems / Paul Southworth Bliss. [St. Louis?, MO: Paul Bliss], c1929.
* Bliss, Paul Southworth. Cirrus from the West / Paul Southworth Bliss. Wood engravings by Harold J. Matthews. Chicago, IL: Lakeside Press, 1935. 51 p.
"The Indian detour and optional side trips."
Bliss, Paul Southworth. The arch of spring / Paul Southworth Bliss; with prints from the blocks cut from linoleum by Harold J. Matthews. [St. Louis, MO: Paul Bliss, c1932.] 47 p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. How Pan shaped the leaves, and other poems / Paul Southworth Bliss. [St. Louis?, MO: Paul Bliss, c1931]. 36 p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. The Lord made Kansas for wheat / Paul Southworth Bliss; wood blocks by Harold J. Matthews. Bismarck, ND; Kansas City, MO, The Cirrus Company, [c1939]. 57 p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. Poems of places / Paul Southworth Bliss. Bismarck, ND: The Cirrus Company, [c1937] 57,  p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. Rough edges and all / Paul Southworth Bliss ; illustrated by Harold J. Matthews. St. Louis, MO: Paul Bliss, c1930. 42 p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. The rye is the sea, a book of poems / Paul Southworth Bliss. Bismarck, ND: The Cirrus Company, [c1936] 64 p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. Spin dance and Spring comes to Shaw's garden / Paul Southworth Bliss; linoleum blocks by Harold J. Matthews. Chicago, IL: The Lakeside Press, 1934. 98 p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. The stymie ... / Paul Southworth Bliss. Cambridge, MA: Caustic-Claflin Co., [c1913]. 53 p.
Bliss, Paul Southworth. Victory / Paul Southworth Bliss. St. Paul, MN: [Paul Bliss?], 1919. 223,  p.
Bluestein, Gene. "The Lomaxes' new canon of American folksong." Texas Quarterly. 5: 49-59, 1962.
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