Guts: Legendary Black Rodeo Cowboy Bill Pickett

Guts: Legendary Black Rodeo Cowboy Bill Pickett
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Bill Pickett is arguably the best-known black cowboy of all time. Pickett invented the sport of bulldogging, which with modifications is to this day a main rodeo event. He not only worked as a cowboy, but also exhibited his many skills in Wild West show arenas throughout the world and is the only black cowboy inducted into the National Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City. Pickett has been the subject of numerous articles and previous books, but this is a fresh perspective. It is unfortunate that no source notes are provided, since there are many disagreements with regard to the facts surrounding this legendary cowboy. A welcome addition to both western and black history. Written by Cecil Johnson - Hardback w/dustjacket - 224 pages
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