By Zane Grey
"Hezd rope the satan and tie him down...if the lasso did not burn," it used to be stated of "Buffalo Jones," one of many final of the well-known plainsmen who trod the paths of the outdated West. Killing used to be repulsive to him and the eagerness of his existence was once to trap wild beasts alive. whilst he observed that the extinction of the buffalo was once inevitable, he worked for ten years pursuing, taking pictures and taming the noble beasts, for which the West gave him popularity and the identify Preserver of the yankee Bison.
In this exciting tale of a looking journey with Jones, Zane gray speaks firsthand of the nice man's braveness and prowess; how he roped the ferocious cougar and took it, clawing and spitting, again to camp; how he approximately captured White King, the fantastic chief of a herd of untamed mustangs; and the way the entire social gathering made camp lower than the aurora borealis and hunted polar wolves.
"I are looking to exhibit the colour and wonder of these painted cliffs and the lengthy, brown-matted bluebell-dotted aisles within the grand forests; i need to provide a tenet of the tang of the dry, cool air; and especially, i need to throw a bit mild upon the existence and nature of that unusual personality and memorable guy, Buffalo Jones."--Zane Grey