Sheep: Life on the South Dakota Range
Archer B. Gilfillan was an anomaly. An Ivy League scholar with a broad knowledge of classical literature and a talent for writing, he nonetheless chose to herd sheep from 1916 to 1934 in a lonely, isolated part of the West. Out of this strange juxtaposition of expertise and experience, Gilfillan produced the classic narrative of American sheepherding.
- By: Archer B. Gilfillan. New introduction by Richard W. Etulain.
- Format: Paper, xlv, 272 pp., 1993
- Publisher: MNHS Press
- Product ##: 978-0873512855
Praise for Sheep:
"Gilfillan authored one of the funniest and most introspective works on early 20th century West River life."--South Dakota Magazine