By: Cook, D. J.
1st of this ed. 442 pages, frontis, illustrations. Book was originally published in 1882. This edition, was reprinted to cover 35 years. Cook was a soldier, city marshal of Denver, sheriff of Arapahoe County, U.S. Marshal, Major General of Colorado Militia, founder and chief of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association. Howes C728, Six-Guns 483, Graff 862, Rader 905, Adams One-Fifty 34
Title: Hands Up; or, Twenty Five Years of Detective Life in the Mountains and on the Plains, Reminiscences by General D.J. Cook, Chief of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association A Condensed Criminal History of the Far West
Publisher: Denver, CO, W.F. Robinson Printing Co.: 1897
Book Condition: Near Fine
Seller ID: 4130
Keywords: Outlaws, lawmen, ranching, cowboys, cattle drives, detectives