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This classic description of the interaction between the vast central plains of America and the people who lived there has, since its first publication in 1931, been one of the most influential, widely known, and controversial works in western history. Arguing that "the Great Plains environment. . .constitutes a geographic unity whose influences have been so powerful as to put a characteristic mark upon everything that survives within its borders," Webb singles out the revolver, barbed wire, and the windmill as evidence of ...

The Great Plains 1981, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803297029

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Great Plains 1957, Penguin Adult Hc/Tr

ISBN-13: 9780448000299

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