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Combs, Josiah H. Folk-songs du midi des Etats-Unis / Josiah H. Combs. Paris: Les Presses Universite de France, 1925.
Combs, Josiah H. Folk-songs of the southern United States / Josiah H. Combs. Edited by D.K. Wilgus. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1967.
s.n., 1906. M-188
* Comstock, Richard David. Rhymes of a raver / Richard David Comstock. Greystone Park, NJ: Comstock, 1930. 163 p.
See: "The hard riding kid of Bar T." p. 78-84.
Connelley, W.E. Doniphan's expedition / W.E. Connelley. Topeka, KS: np, 1907.
See "Joe Bowers" p.10-11.
Connor, Ben Arnold. Rekindling campfires / Ben Arnold Connor. np nd
Conrow, Robert. Field days: the life, times and reputation of Eugene Field / Robert Conrow. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1974. 244 p.
Field (1850-1895) worked in Denver when Oscar Wilde visited in 1882; see his also his "Little book of Western verse."
"[Field's] dirty jokes and colorful verse served as welcome relief for pent-up sexual urges and provided a safe rebellion against the censors and preachers." p.130
"Cowboy thrown from a wild bucking broncho, western Canada."
MB: Bloom Bros., 1910. 231 / A-36633
Continent's end: an anthology of contemporary poets. [Los Angeles, CA]: Book Club of California, 1925.
Coolidge, Dane. Arizona cowboys / Dane Coolidge. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1938.
Coolidge, Dane. "Cowboy songs." Sunset: The Pacific Monthly. 29(5): 503-510, November 1912.
Coolidge, Dane. Old California cowboys / Dane Coolidge. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1939.
* Coolidge, Dane. Texas cowboys / Dane Coolidge. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1937. 162 p.
"The dying cowboy" p.
When in despair and anguish
he saw it was in vain
While down this loved companion's cheek
the tears poured down like rain ...
Coolin' down: an anthology of contemporary cowboy poetry. Compiled by Phil Martin; illustrations by Keith Avery, Duward Campbell, Bob Peterson. Tulsa, OK: Guy Logsdon Books, 1992. 90 p.
Cooper, Texas Jim. "Tex Ritter in the twilight years." John Edwards Memorial Foundation Quarterly. 13(46): 79-87, Summer 1977.
in the Canadian West.
* Corbin, Alice (1881-1949). Red earth: poems of New Mexico / Alice Corbin. Chicago, IL: Ralph Fletcher Seymour, 1920. 58 p.
Corbin, Alice. Red earth: poems of New Mexico. Compiled and edited by Lois Rudnik and Ellen Zieselman. Santa Fe, NM: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. 112pp
* Corbin, Alice. The sun turns West / Alice Corbin. Santa Fe: Writers' Editions, 1933. Signed. Dustjacket. 75 p. No.40 of 500.
Corbin, Alice. "Three poems." New Mexico Quarterly Review. v.19, Spring 1949, p.34-79?
See Appreciation, edited by Witter Bynner and Oliver LaFarge
Cormier, Louis. The silent cowboys of the East / Louis Cormier. Fredericton, NB: F. Cogswell, 1969. 28 p. (Fiddlehead poetry books)
Cornfield, Robert; Fallwell Jr., Marshall. Just country: country people, stories, music / Robert Cornfield and Marshall Fallwell, Jr. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1976. 176 p.
See: chapter 4 "Western swing and swinging western" p.65-77; Carter family, Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Acuff, Bob Wills, Gene Autry, Tex Ritter, Cowboy Copas, Lefty Frizzell, Asher and Jimmy Sizemore, Roy Rogers.
"Ranching in the Canadian west: saddling a broncho."
ON: W.G. Macfarlane, [c1908]. I-323
* Corneau, Ernest N. The Hall of Fame of western film stars / Ernest N. Corneau. North Quincy, Mass.: Christopher Publishing House, 1969. 307 p.
* The cowboy: six-shooters, songs and sex. Edited by Charles W. Harris and Buck Rainey. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976. 167 p. (Reprint of Red River Valley Historical Review, Spring 1975)
See: Guy Logsdon "The cowboy's bawdy music" p.127-138.
Cowboy and western songs: a comprehensive anthology. Edited by Austin E. Fife and Alta S. Fife; music editor Mary Jo Schwab, with illustrations by J.K. Ralston. Ojai, CA: Creative Concepts Publishing, 1993. 372 p. (Reprint of New York: C.N. Potter, 1969)
* Cowboy and western songs: a comprehensive anthology. Edited by Austin E. Fife and Alta S. Fife. Music editor Mary Jo Schwab. Illustrated by J.K. Ralston. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1969. 372 p.
Cowboy culture in (mostly) rhyme. Edited by Jared Nesset. Dubois, WY: J. Nesset, 1991. With works by Jared Nesset, Margy Nesset, Marianne Vinich. Illustrated by John Phelps. Foreword by Laura Likins. 57 p.
* Cowboy dreams: cowboy nostalgia: photographs from the range. Edited by Richard Collins, with an introduction by Bob Edgar. New York: Smithmark Publishers, 1996. 128 p.
See photographs: "Cowboys singing at the chuckwagon" by Charles J. Belden, p.37; "Cowboy playing fiddle" by Erwin E. Smith, p.80; "Bill Borron playing the fiddle" by Charles J. Belden, p.81; "Cowboy playing guitar inside cabin" by Charles J. Belden, p.82-83; "Evening relaxation" by Charles J. Belden, p.84; "Pete Jakobi with fiddle, Charlie Jackson with mandolin, Jackson's Ranch on Little Porcupine, 1902" unidentified photographer.
* Cowboy love poetry: verse from the heart of the west. Compiled and edited by Paddy Calistro, Jack Lamb, Jean Penn; foreword by Waddie Mitchell; design by Jeff Darnell. Santa Monica, CA: Angel City Press, 1994. 173 p. Included are poems from N. Howard "Jack" Thorp, John Lomax, E.A. Brininstool, Robert V. Carr, Henry Herbert Knibbs, Charles "Badger" Clark and others.
* Cowboy poetry. Edited by Julie Saffel. Edison, NJ: Castle Books, 2001. 222 p. Includes poems by Arthur Chapman, Robert V. Carr, William Lawrence Chittenden, E.A. Brininstool, Nathan Kirk Griggs and Charles Badger Clark, Jr.; and poems collected by John A. Lomax.
* Cowboy poetry: a gathering. Edited and with an introduction by Hal Cannon. Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs M. Smith (Peregrin Smith Books), 1985. 199 p.
Cowboy poetry from Utah: an anthology. Compiled and edited by Carol A. Edison; illustrated by F. Euray Anderson. Salt Lake City, UT: Utah Folklife Center, 1985. 127 p.
* Cowboy poetry: the reunion. Edited and with an introduction by Virginia Bennett; foreword by Charlie Seemann; illustrations by Walt LaRue; cover art by Buckeye Blake. Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs Smith, 2004. 182 p. 20th anniversary National Cowboy Poetry Gathering. See authors: Henry Herbert Knibbs, Bruce Kiskaddon, Wallace David Coburn and Holaday & Hampton Poet.
* Cowboy poets and cowboy poetry. Edited by David Stanley and Elaine Thatcher. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2000. 392 p.
in the Canadian West.
* Cowboy reader. Edited by Lon Tinkle and Allen Maxwell. New York; Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 1959. 307 p. See Clark Stanley "Cowboy songs and dances" p.211-217.
Cowboy reader. Edited by Lon Tinkle and Allen Maxwell. New York: David McKay, 1976, c1959. 307 p.
See: "Cowboy songs and dances" p.211-217.
The cowboy sings. Edited by Kenneth S. Clark. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music, 1932.
Cowboy songs, ballads, and cattle calls from Texas. np nd
"Cowboy songs stars: drawn by Mario A. de Marco." Journal of Country Music. 14(2): 43-53, 1992.
De Marco cartoons from Cowboy Songs 1951-52, eg. Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, etc.
Cowboy songs and other frontier ballads. see Lomax, John A.
Cowboy songs of ranch and range. Edited by Otis O. Rogers, new edition. New York: Otis O. Rogers, nd.
Cowboy songs sung by Longhorn Luke and his cowboys for Republic Portland Cement Co. San Antonio, TX: Republic Cement, c1930.
Cowboys and Indians: A Magazine for Western Enthusiasts. np nd
Cowboys and the songs they sang. New York: William R. Scott, 1967.
"Cowboys' Christmas ball by the Rambling Longhorn." Farm and Ranch. 55(4): 2-3, February 15, 1936.
"Race of cowboys and Indians."
Montreal; Toronto: Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., [c1915]
Artist: Frank Jeller. Printed in Great Britain.
* Cowgirl poetry: one hundred years of ridin' and rhymin'. Edited by Virginia Bennett. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 2001. 191 p.
Mostly contemporary, but see: "The range call" / Rhoda Sivell, 1912, p.15; "The ranch in the coulee" / Gwendolen Haste, 1930, p.16; "Wild morning glories" / Sharlot Hall, c1924, p.44; "The muster" / Mrs. Heron, c1800, p.67; "Post script: Texas wimmen" / Helen B. Odom, 1936, p.81; "Cattle" / Berta Hart Nance, c1931, p.108; "The rhyme of the pronghorns" / Mary Austin, 1928, p.110-112; "Lone dog" / Irene Rutherford McLeod, c1940, p.124; "Smell of rain" / Sharlot Hall, c1920, p.128-129; "Our last ride" / Rhoda Sivell, 1912, p.134-135; "They keep a-stealing on you in the night" / Rhoda Sivell, 1912, p.153-154; "Man-sized job" / Sharlot Hall, 1912, p.176.
Cox, John H. Folk-songs of the south / John H. Cox. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1925. Reprint by Hatboro, PA: Folklore Associates, 1963; New York: Dover, 1967. ?Content
Craddock, John S. "Songs the cowboys sings." Texas and Southwestern Lore. 6: 184-192, 1927.
Craddock, John S. "Songs the cowboys sings." Publications of the Texas and Folklore Society. 24: 184-192, 1934 [?1927].
* Cradlebaugh, J.H. Nyeena kloshe illahee (songs of the good country) / J.H. Cradlebaugh. Portland, OR: Press of F.W. Baltes and Co., 1913. Illustrations from photographs. 67 p. Poems published in the Salem, Oregon Capital Journal.
Crady, Kate McAlpin. Free steppin' / Kate McAlpin Crady. Dallas, TX: Mathis, Van Nort, 1938.
* Crampton, Frank A. Legend of John Lamoigne and song of the desert-rats: the story of Death Valley's greatest prospector / Frank A. Crampton. Denver, CO: Sage Books, 1956. 32 p. The song, p.28-30, is sung to the tune of Oh! Susanna.
"A horse corral, Canadian North-west."
ON: W.G. Macfarlane, [c1900s]. 1101
Crawford, Captain Jack (1847-1917). The bronco book / Jack Crawford. East Aurora, NY: Roycrofters, 1908. 143 p.
Crawford, Captain Jack. Campfire sparks / Jack Crawford. Chicago, IL: Charles H. Kerr & Co., 1893.
Crawford, Captain Jack (John Wallace). The poet scout: a book of song and story. New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1886, c1879. 181 p.
Crawford, Captain Jack (John W.). The poet scout: a book of song and story / Jack Crawford. St. Paul, MN: Price-McGill Co., 1891, c1879. 181 p.
Crawford, Captain Jack. The poet scout: versus and songs / Jack Crawford. San Francisco, CA: J. Crawford (H. Keller & Co.), 1879. 181 p.
* Crawford, John Wallace. Bronco vs bicycle: a tale of the Old West set to verse in the 19th century by John Wallace, Captain Jack, the poet scout / John (Jack) Crawford. Santa Fe, NM: Press of the Palace of the Governors, 1989. [14 p.]
Crawford, John Wallace. "Rattlin'" Joe's prayer / John (Jack) Crawford. Santa Fe, NM: Press of the Palace of the Governors, 1974.
Crawford, Lewis. Rekinkling campfire / Lewis Crawford. Bismarck, ND.: Capital Book Co., 1926.
* Cresson, Frank; Bennett, Dorothy. "Out where the wet begins." El Palacio (Santa Fe, NM). 35(5/6): 42-43, August 2-9, 1933. (With apologies to A. Chapman.)
* The critics and the ballad. Edited by MacEdward Leach and Tristam P. Coffin. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press (Arcturus Books), 1961. 284 p.
* Crittenden, Pauline (1911-). "Enchantment." Ideals (Milwaukee). 8(4): , August 1951.
Crittenden, Pauline. Mountain songs. Dallas, TX: Story Book Press, 1953. 40 p.
Cromwell, Ida M. "Songs I sang on an Iowa farm." Western Folklore Quarterly. 17(4): 229-247, October 1958.
"Men of the Bar-U Camp".
ON: W.G. Macfarlane, [c1906]. HA186
Crowell, Grace Noll. Flame in the wind / Grace Noll Crowell. Dallas, TX: Southwest Press, 1930 (1934).
See: "Red earth."
* Crowell, Grace Noll."Friendship." Ideals (Milwaukee). 8(4): , August 1951.
* Crowell, Grace Noll. Light of the years / Grace Noll Crowell. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1936. 55 p. Inscribed.
See "Prayer at the feet of mountains," p.45.
* Crowell, Grace Noll. Silver in the sun / Grace Noll Crowell. Dallas, TX: P.L. Turner Company, 1928. 77 p. Inscribed.
* Crowell, Grace Noll. This golden summit / Grace Noll Crowell. New York: Harper, 1937. 79 p.
Crowell, Grace Noll. White fire / Grace Noll Crowell. np 1926
* Crowell, Reid. The old intensities / Reid Crowell. Dallas, TX: R. Crowell, 1949. 64 p.
Croy, Paul. Old blazes / Paul Croy. Illustrated by Ross Hall. [Idaho]: ?, 1947
* Culbertson, Evelyn Davis. He heard America singing: Arthur Farwell, composer and crusading music educator / Evelyn Davis Culbertson. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1992. 852 p. Ill.
* Cummins, Scott. Musings of the Pilgrim Bard: a book of poems by Scott Cummins, author of "Reminiscences of the early days, "Shadows and sunshine," etc. / Scott Cummins. Winchester, OK: [Eagle Press], 1903. 306 p. Ill.
Cunningham, J.V. "Poetry chronicle: envoi." Hound and Horn. 6: 124-130, October-December 1932. On Alice Corbin.
* Curtin, Leonora. Gallant sprouts / Leonora Curtin. Hollywood, CA: Harvey Taylor, 1944. (Harvey Taylor's Desiderata) [22 p.] Poem by Sara T. Parsons, "Leonora" p.22.
* Curtis, Leslie. Reno reveries / Leslie Curtis. Reno, NV: Curtis (distributed bu Armanko Stationery Co.), 1924. 103 p.
See: "To an ex-mate," p. 12.
Cushing, Frank. Zuni folk tales / Frank Cushing. New York: Knopf, 1931.
Cusic, Don. Cowboys and the Old West: an A-Z guide from the Chisholm Trail to the silver screen / Don Cusic. New York: Facts on File, 1994. 320 p.
* "Custer's charge." np ?Sep. 1887.
* Cutter, G.W. Buena vista: and other poems / G.W. Cutter. Cincinnati, OH: Morgan and Voerend, 1848. 168 p.
See: "Ode to the grande prairie," and "The land of the West."
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