In this third and final volume of Howard Carter's classic work on his historic discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun, he gets down to the details of the objects contained in the Treasury and the Annexe.
"Let me try and tell the story of it all. It will not be easy, for the dramatic suddenness of the initial discovery left me in a dazed condition, and the months that have followed have been so crowded with incident that I have hardly had time to think." The book is Carter's personal story of the greatest adventure of his life.
Some of what Warren Hunt knew about life can be found in these true tales of his youth living on a ranch in the wilds of Wyoming. What constituted civilization in the 1920s and 1930s was a sixty-mile drive away.
Tales like those shared here are the real stories of the American west, not long after most of the "wild" had left the West.