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E-Yeh-Shure - Exposition
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E-Yeh-Shure' (Abeita, Louise). I am a Pueblo Indian girl / Louise Abeita. [New York]: William Morrow & Company, nd
"Early Birds' singer dies at age 84." Dallas Morning News. January 12, 1973. On "Cowboy Jack".
* Early Texas verse (1835-1850). Collected from the original newspapers and edited by Philip Graham. Austin, TX: Steck Co., 1936. 131 p.
* Early, Lee; Morhardt, ‘Aim. Western men and desert gold: stories, songs and poems of the Death Valley region. Bishop, CA: Lee Early and ‘Aim' Morhardt, 1954.  p.
* Ebbert, William B. On Colorado's fair mesas: miscellany in prose and verse / William B. Ebbert. Dueblo, CO: Mall Pub. Co., 1897. Ill. 58 p.
Inscribed to G.G. Withers; "To one of Pueblo's first citizens, G.G. Withers ... with the love of one who has observed him and know him for sixteen years."
"Greater Texas & Pan American Exposition."
TX, June 12 to Oct. 31, .
Edison, Carol; Lashley, Ray. "Ray Lashley: an interview with a frontier reciter." In Cowboy poets and cowboy poetry. Edited by David Stanley and Elaine Thatcher. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2000. p.186-200
* Edwards, Don. Classic cowboy songs / Don Edwards. Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs-Smith, 1994. 128 p. Ill.
Edwards, Don. Guitars and saddle songs / Don Edwards. Weatherford, TX: Sevenshoux Pub., [1987?]. Some historic songs.
Edwards, Don. Songs of the cowboys / Don Edwards. Weatherford, TX: Sevenshoux Publishing, 1986.
* Edwards, Margaret Royalty. Poets laureate of Texas 1932-1966. San Antonio, TX: Naylor, 1966. 140 p.
Includes: J.M. Lewis, A. Michaelis, G.N. Crowell, L. D. Robertson, N.R. Ranson, D.D. Smith, D. Russell, A.B. Carter, C. Ashley, A.M. Sampley, M.L. Raiborn, D. Walker, P.B. Hill, M.R. Edwards, J.V. Chandler, E.C Majors, L. Simon, M.D. Winsett, G.B. Pappas, V. Miller, J.L. Porter, E. R. Canant. G.M. Scott, B.M. Rower.
* Ellard, Harry. Ranch tales of the Rockies. Canon City, CO: Harry Ellard, 1899. 103 p. “Poet Lariat Of The Ranches.” “Author's edition.”
"Denver in 47."
CO: np, 1947].
Ellis, Annie Laurie. "Oh, bury not on the lone prairie." Journal of American Folklore. 14(54): 186, July-September 1901.
* Ellis, William Carson. "The sentimental mother song in American country music, 1923-1945" / William Carson Ellis. PhD dissertation. Ohio State University, 1978. 414 p. (UMI Dissertation Services, 1994).
* Emerson, Edith E. "Sunrise in the Rockies." Ideals (Milwaukee). 1(26): , June 1949.
* Emrich, Duncan (ed.). American folk poetry: an anthology. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 1974. 831 p.
See: "The cowboy" p.635-647. Also: Joseph C. Hickerson "A bibliography of America folksong in the English language," p.775-816.
Emrich, Duncan. Folklore on the American land / Duncan Emrich. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 1972.
"Our Place in the Sun."
PA: The Penn Chemical Works, 194-.
Emrich, Duncan. It's an old wild west custom / Duncan Emrich. New York: Vanguard Press, 1949. 311 p.
See: "To sing of the mines -- and of Mormons," p.242-268.
Emrich, Duncan. "Songs of the western miner." California Folklore Quarterly. 1(3): 213-232, July 1942. On "Home on the range".
Encylcopedia of the American West. New York: Macmillan, 1995.
* Endicott, Noble Steward. Rhymes of Colorado's marvelous beauty. Pictures by Dr. Earl Boyd. St. Louis, MO: Von Hoffmann Press, 1924. 51 p.
* Erbsen, Wayne. Outlaw ballads, legends & lore / Wayne Erbsen. Asheville, NC: Native Ground Music, 1996. 65 p. Includes 28 songs.
"Yellowstone Diamond Jubilee Anniversary, 1872-1947."
Northern Pacific Railway, Yellowstone Park Line, .
Essays on the changing images of the Southwest. Edited by Richard Francaviglia, et al. College Station, TX: Texas A & M University Press, 1994.
Etulain, Richard W. A bibliographic guide to the study of western American literature / Richard W. Etulain. Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press, 1982. 317 p.
* Euwer, Anthony. By scarlet torch and blade: rhymes of our valley and other poems / Anthony Euwer. Portland, OR: Metropolitan Press, 1935, c1923. 194 p. With illustrations by the author. Includes flyer for volume: Rhymes of our valley. New York: James B. Pond, c1916. Signed
Evans, James. Prairie farmer and W.L.S: the Burridge D. Butler years / James Evans. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1969. Check
Evans, Joe M. A corral full of stories: rounded up by Joe M. Evans. El Paso, TX: McMath Co., 1939. See "The big corral" p.48.
"Custer, S.D.: Scenic and Historic Center of the Black Hills."
S.D.: np, [194-].
* Evenings with Colorado poets: a compilation of selections from Colorado poets and verse-writers. Compiled and edited by Francis S. Kinder and F. Clarence Spencer. 2nd. ed. Denver, CO: Chain and Darby Book Stationary and Art Co., 1895. Includes photographs of poets. 240 p.
* Evenings with Colorado poets: an anthology of Colorado verse. Compiled and edited by Francis S. Kinder and F. Clarence Spencer. 3rd. rev. ed. Denver, CO: World Press, 1926. Includes photographs of poets. 265 p.
* Ewen, David. All the years of American popular music / David Ewen. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1977. 850 p.
See page 95-97 for cowboy content; "Hillbilly music," ch.20, p.305-312; "Hillbilly becomes country and western," ch.36, p. 570-580.
Exposition memories: San Diego 1916, San Diego writers. Edited by George Wharton James. Pasedena, CA: Radiant Life Press, 1917. 216 p.
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