Thanx for the "heads up"
I found a few journal articles as indicated...
1. Michael K. Johnson. Black Masculinity and the Frontier Myth in American Literature
Journal article by John M. Reilly; African American Review, Vol. 37, 2003
Subjects: Black Masculinity and the Frontier Myth in American Literature (Book)
...Similar to Micheauxs novel in its assimilation of prevailing American ideology is Nat Loves The Life and Adventures of Nat Love, Better Known in the Cattle Country as "Deadwood Dick" (1907). By a strategy Johnson terms "erasure of racial identity...
2. Whose Home on the Range? Finding Room for Native Americans, African Americans, and Latino Americans in the Revisionist Western
Journal article by Donald Hoffman; MELUS, Vol. 22, 1997
Subjects: African Americans in motion pictures--Social aspects, Dances With Wolves (Motion picture)--Social aspects, Hispanic Americans in motion pictures--Social aspects, Native Americans--Portrayals, depictions, etc., Posse (Motion picture)--Social aspects, The Ballad of Gregorio Cortex (Motion picture)--Social aspects, Western films--Social aspects
...demonstrated, for example, in the opening shots of photographs of both black heroes and black villains, like the notorious Nat Love) has authenticity, power, and a compellingly aggressive urge to return African Americans to western history, the nobility...
3. Annual Bibliography of Works about Life Writing, 2004-2005
Journal article by Phyllis E. Wachter, William Todd Schultz; Biography, Vol. 28, 2005
Subjects: Autobiographies, Bibliographies, Bibliography--Best books, Book lists
...the American West." 153-83. Discusses the self-publishing performances by early twentieth century writers Oscar Micheaux, Nat Love, and Robert Ball Anderson. Shannon, Edward A. "Vulgar Words of Language: The Sacred and Profane Hero of Woody Guthries...