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Best Shot in the West
The Adventures of Nat Love
McKissack, Patricia C.
McKissack, Frederick L.
From acclaimed authors Patricia C. McKissack and Fredrick L. McKissack Jr. comes a thrilling biography of an unforgettable man told in compelling graphic novel form. Born into slavery in 1854, Nat Love, also known as Deadwood Dick, grew up to become the most famous African-American cowboy in the Old West. A contemporary and acquaintance of Bat Masterson and Billy the Kid, Nat was widely known as an expert roper and driver, a crack shot, and a real Wild West character. Featuring lively full-color artwork by Randy DuBurke, Best Shot in the West is an exhilarating mix of high-interest historical fiction and nonstop adventure.]]
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Love, Nat, -- 1854-1921 -- Comic books, strips, etc. -- Juvenile literature.
African American cowboys -- West (U.S.) -- Biography -- Comic books, strips, etc. -- Juvenile literature.
Cowboys -- West (U.S.) -- Biography -- Comic books, strips, etc. -- Juvenile literature.
Love, Nat, -- 1854-1921 -- Cartoons and comics.
African American cowboys -- West (U.S.) -- Cartoons and comics.
Cowboys -- West (U.S.) -- Cartoons and comics.
African Americans -- West (U.S.) -- Biography -- Cartoons and comics.