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Cowhand: the story of a working cowboy. Frederick Benjamin Gipson at Texas State Cemetery – with short biography. Fred Gipson at Library of Congress Authorities, with 16 catalog records.
Cowhand: the story of a working cowboy. New York: Harper, 1953. The trail-driving rooster. Also known as Frederick Benjamin Gipson. He is best known for writing the 1956 novel Old Yeller, which became a popular 1957 Walt Disney film. Books by Fred Gipson. 0890969841 (ISBN13: 9780890969847).
Gipson's other works include both fiction and non-fiction. He grew up in the Texas hill country and died in 1973. Cowhand: The Story of a Working Cowboy Feb 01, 1978. by Frederick Benjamin Gipson. Customers Also Bought Items By. Mark Twain. Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. 7 ). Savage Sam by Fred Gipson (1976-07-28).
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Gipson, frederick benjamin. Save this entry to MyTSHA . Old Yeller. His first full-length book, The Fabulous Empire: Colonel Zack Miller's Story (1946), was moderately successful (25,000 copies sold), but it was his Hound-Dog Man (1949)that established Gipson's reputation when it became a Book-of-the-Month Club selection and sold over 250,000 copies in its first year of publication
Cowhand : The True Story of a Working Cowboy. Readers brought up on Hollywood westerns will have their eyes opened by this story of a working cowboy.
Cowhand : The True Story of a Working Cowboy. Although he never chased a rustler or rescued a pretty girl and probably couldn't even hire on as an extra in a B-grade western, Ed Alford (or "Fat") has worked cattle most of his life.
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The Story of a Working Cowboy. Published February 1978 by Texas a & M Univ Pr. Written in English.
2 Frederick Gipson Frederick Benjamin Gipson lived from 1908 to 1973. 3 He was born on a farm near Mason, Texas, on February 7, 1908, the son of Beck and Emma Gipson. He graduated from Mason High School in 1926. 4 After he graduated from high school, Fred worked at a variety of farming and ranching jobs. 11 Other books that followed include The Home Place (1950) Big Bend: A Homesteader’s Story (1952) Cowhand: The Story of a Working Cowboy (1953) The Trail-Driving Rooster (1955) Recollection Creek (1955). 12 Gipson published Old Yeller in 1956. He considered this novel his best work. It sold nearly three million copies by 1973.
Frederick Benjamin "Fred" Gipson was an American author
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Frederick Benjamin Gipson, journalist and author of western and children's literature, was born February 7, 1908, near Mason, Texas. As the son of cotton farmers, Gipson worked as a field laborer while attending Mason High School. His first book, Fabulous Empire: Colonel Zack Miller's Story,was published in 1946. Other nonfiction works by Gipson include Big Bend, with J. Oscar Langford (1952), Cowhand: the Story of a Working Cowboy (1953), and The Cow Killers: With the Aftosa Commission in Mexico (1956). Although he was successful as a writer of nonfiction, it was as a novelist that Gipson became best known.