Ernest Haycox was an important figure in the development of the popular Western. Diligent, prolific, and ambitious, he wrote twenty-four novels, nearly three hundred short stories and serial installments, and dozens of essays. In the 1930s and 1940s, he may have been Oregon's most widely acclaimed author of magazine fiction. This book contains: - At Wolf Creek Tavern. - Blizzard Camp. - Born to Conquer. - Breed of the frontier. - Custom of the Country. - Good Marriage. - The last rodeo.