Publication: High Plains Press, 1995, Glendo
First edition, fifth printing. 12mo. Pictorial stiff wrappers, xiii , 15 - 125  pp., foreword, preface, illustrated, sources cited, epilogue, index. Frontier "Hog Ranches" were part saloon, part dance hall, and part brothel. These rip-roaring establishments usually sprung up around forts to provide diversion for the troops, although cowboys and locals were willing to pull up a stool at the bar as well. As new in pictorial wrappers. Warning: This book is not about hog farming.
Inventory Number: 46311