Nat Love: African American Trailblazers (History Maker Bios)

Nat Love: African American Trailblazers (History Maker Bios)

by Deborah Underwood
     
 

True or False?  Nat Love never gave up riding the trails.
 
False!  After many years as a cowboy, Nat saw that railroads were connecting towns across the country.  He wanted to keep up with the times.  In 1899, Nat quit the cowboy life. He began working trains instead.
 
-He left home and became a cowboy when he was fifteen

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True or False?  Nat Love never gave up riding the trails.
 
False!  After many years as a cowboy, Nat saw that railroads were connecting towns across the country.  He wanted to keep up with the times.  In 1899, Nat quit the cowboy life. He began working trains instead.
 
-He left home and became a cowboy when he was fifteen years old.
-Growing up, he made money by riding young bucking horses.
-He wrote a book about all his adventures.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760786444
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
12/25/2007
Series:
History Maker Bios Series
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.19(d)

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