The Barnaby claim / Lewis B. Miller.
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- Physical Description: 120 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: [Gordonville, Pa.] : Pequea Publishers, 
- Copyright: ©2013
First published in serials by National Stockman and Farmer in 1905.
First edition in book form by Pequea, 1990.
"The Barnaby claim is based largely on the events Miller encountered while homesteading in Oklahoma. He chose for his claim a strip of country between the Texas Panhandle and Colorado, the region known as 'No Man's Land' where he built a shack near Wild Horse Lake. This is where he encountered blizzards, prairie fires, and more hazards that are directly related to homesteading. Perhaps this is where the boy became a man. This is a good novel full of detailed descriptions of the Oklahoma Panhandle country and the interesting men and women who settled in that country."-- backcover.
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