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Famous In The West

By: Cunningham, Eugene

Price: $225.00

Publisher: El Paso, Hick-Haywood Co.: 1926

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 3757

Condition: Near Fine


25 pages, illustrations, very nice copy! Stoudenmire, Gillett, Billy The Kid, John Wesley Hardin, Tom Threepersons. Six-Guns 529 "The author tells about the Texas Rangers and outlaws of the Southwest." Rader 999 View more info

Triggernometry A Gallery of Gunfighters, With Technical Notes on Leather Slapping as a Fine Art, Gathered From Many a Loose Holstered Experts Over The Years by Eugene Cunningham, Foreword by Eugene Manlove Rhodes

By: Cunningham, Eugene

Price: $650.00

Publisher: N.Y., The Press of the Pioneers: 1934

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 014530

Condition: Very Good+


441 pages, photos, illustrations, slight chipping to jacket edges, minor wear, overall a nice rare jacket. A standard work and is reliable on most points. Frontier and Pioneer life in the West. Crime and criminals in the West. Standard and Readable, Six Guns 530 Scarce in 1st ed. Rader 1000 View more info

Mr. Foley of Salmon A Story of Life in a California Village

By: Curran, J. J.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: San Jose CA, Melvin, Hills & Black: 1907

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 14205

Condition: Very Good


186 pages, minor edge wear. Six-Guns 533, "Has some mention of Black Bart and the Ruggles brothers, stage robbers." View more info

Life And Adventures Of Frank And Jesse James The Noted Western Outlaws

By: Dacus, J. A.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: St. Louis, MO., W.S. Bryan: 1880

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1305

Condition: Very Good


383 pages, illustrations, new brown cloth with gilt lettering. Howes D6, Rader 1020, Six-Guns 538 Civil War, Quantrell, Train and bank holdups!! View more info

Illustrated Life And Adventures Of Frank And Jesse James and the Younger Brothers The Noted Western Outlaws Illustrated With Portraits From Life and Numerous Engravings Made Expressly for This Book New Edition Enlarged and Improved With History

By: Dacus, J. A.

Price: $175.00

Publisher: St. Louis, N. D. Thompson & Co.: 1882

Seller ID: 8212

Condition: Very Good


Title Continued..Complete to 1882. Including the Death and Funeral of Jesse James 498 pages, frontis, illustrations, original full leather binding, outside hinges starting, yet solid. Howes D6, Rader 1019, Six-Guns 540 Civil War, Quantrell, Train and bank holdups!! View more info

Illustrated Life And Adventures Of Frank And Jesse James and the Younger Brothers The Noted Western Outlaws Illustrated With Portraits From Life and Numerous Engravings Made Expressly for This Book New Edition Enlarged and Improved With History

By: Dacus, J. A.

Price: $175.00

Publisher: St. Louis, N. D. Thompson & Co.: 1881

Seller ID: 8213

Condition: Good +


Title Continued..Complete to 1882. Including the Death and Funeral of Jesse James 498 pages, frontis, illustrations, original full leather binding, outside hinges starting, yet solid. Howes D6, Rader 1019, Six-Guns 540 Civil War, Quantrell, Train and bank holdups!! View more info

When the Daltons Rode

By: Dalton, Emmett

Price: $375.00

Publisher: N.Y., Doubleday, Doran & Co: 1931

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 016075

Condition: Very Good+


313 pages, frontis, illustrations, photos, pictorial end-papers, wear to jacket edges, closed tears along spine gutters of jacket. Emmett relates how he and his brothers who once worked for the law, found themselves on the opposite side. Great first hand account of train robberies, and the Coffeyville double bank robbery in which Emmett's two brothers and their two partners were killed. Emmett survived to tell their story, having 14 ½ years to think it over in prison. Very good reading!! Six-Guns 549, Rader 1047, Howes D31 View more info

The Establishment of Law and Order on Western Plains

By: De Veny, William

Price: $8,000.00

Publisher: Portland Oregon, Optimist Print: 1915

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 016155

Condition: Very Good


Original pictorial wraps, 120 pages, frontis, photos, small chip to cover edge, minor soiling, light stain to bottom edge of last 40 pages in margin not effecting text, light stain to upper margin in center of book not effecting text, housed in a slipcase. The author gives a description of Wichita in which he was there for a short time, Much on Dodge City, "Between 1872 -1880, ." Other topics covered were fines for getting caught carrying a gun, Boot Hill, cattle, cowboys, ranching, etc. One-Fifty 47, Rader 1128, Six-Guns 584, "The book deals largely with lawlessness in the variou... View more info

Alias Frank Canton

By: DeArment, Robert K.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: 1996

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 6317

ISBN: 0806128283

Condition: Very Good+


402 pages, frontis, illustrations, review copy with card laid in. Joe Horner (Frank Canton) changed his life after being imprisoned for armed robbery. He an inspector for the Wyoming Stockgrowers Association, U.S. deputy marshal in Wyoming, sheriff in Wyoming during the cattle rustler's war, under-sheriff and U.S. deputy marshal in Oklahoma, U.S. marshal in Alaska, and adjutant general of the state of Oklahoma under three governors, and commander of the Oklahoma National Guard. View more info

Jim Courtright of Fort Worth His Life and Legend

By: DeArment, Robert K.

Price: $23.00

Publisher: Fort Worth, TCU Press: 2004

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 8139

ISBN: 0875652921

Condition: New


287 pages, frontis, illustrations, still in original shrinkwrap. Story of an outlaw, lawman, detective, and other occupations on both sides of the law. One of Fort Worth's Hell's Half Acre characters, who was later gunned down by Luke Short. View more info

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40 Years A Peace Officer A True Story of Lawlessness and Adventure in the Early Days in Southwest Texas

By: Delony, Lewis S.

Price: $750.00

Publisher: 0

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 014720

Condition: Near Fine


N.P., N.D. Original stapled wraps, 61 pages, photo of author, very light discoloration strip on cover, else fine. Six-Guns 580, "Books contains some material on the Taylor-Sutton feud, the hanging of Bill Longley, and the capture and killing of John Wesley Hardin, as well as many other crimes in Texas." View more info

A Two Gun Cyclone A True Story

By: Denton, B. E.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Dallas Texas, E. B. Denton: 1927

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 4402

Condition: Very Good+


145 pages, frontis, illustrations, Author's signature laid in on a Christmas card. Herd 678, "A little book of reminiscences written by an old-time cowboy after he had reached his seventies. He was a typical old-time Texas cowboy, uneducated and big hearted." Six-Guns 583, Rader 1122 View more info

The Vigilantes Of Montana Or Popular Justice In The Rocky Mountains Being A Correct And Impartial Narrative Of The Chase, Trial, Capture, And Execution Of Henry Plummer's Road Agent Band..

By: Dimsdale Thomas J.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: 1953

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 2866

Condition: Near Fine


268 pages, Volume 1 of The Western Frontier Library Series, Introduction by E. Degolyer. View more info

The Vigilantes Of Montana Or Popular Justice In The Rocky Mountains Being A Correct And Impartial Narrative Of The Chase, Trial, Capture, And Execution Of Henry Plummer's Road Agent Band..

By: Dimsdale Thomas J.

Price: $19.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: 1959

Seller ID: 2867

Condition: Very Good


268 pages, Volume 1 of The Western Frontier Library Series, Introduction by E. Degolyer. View more info

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A Vaquero of the Brush Country

By: Dobie, Frank J.

Price: $950.00

Publisher: Dallas Texas, Southwest Press: 1929

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 014528

Condition: Very Good+


First edition, first issue, 314 pages, frontis, illustrations, minor shelf wear to cover, chipping to jacket edges, SIGNED by Dobie. Scarce in jacket. BTB 44, Herd 702, Howes D376, Rader 1162, Six-Guns 606, Six-Score 34. View more info

Outlaws Of The Border A Complete and Authentic History of the Lives of Frank and Jesse James the Younger Brothers and Their Robber Companions, Including Quantrell and His Noted Guerillas.

By: Donald, Jay

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Chicago, Coburn & Cook Publishing: 1882

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 3665

Condition: Very Good


SALESMAN SAMPLE COPY, red cloth gilt image of the outlaws on horseback on front cover, about 100 pages with illustrations, frontis, owner name on endpapers (1882) See Six-Guns 612 View more info

The Gentlemen in the White Hats Dramatic Episodes in the History of the Texas Rangers

By: Douglas, C. L.

Price: $22.95

Publisher: Austin Texas, State House Press: 1992

Seller ID: 2924

ISBN: 0938349813

Condition: New


210 pages, frontis, illustrations. With a new Foreword by Roger N. Conger, First published in 1934, this is a must for readers interested in the lore and legend of the Texas Rangers. View more info

The Gentlemen in the White Hats Dramatic Episodes in the History of the Texas Rangers

By: Douglas, C. L.

Price: $70.00

Publisher: Dallas Texas, South-West Press: 1934

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 4244

Condition: Very Good+


205 pages, frontis, illustrations. Outlaws, Rangers, John Wesley Hardin, Sam Bass Parker, Indian Wars, Jack Hays, Comanches, Plum Creek, etc. Six-Guns 621. View more info

Famous Texas Feuds

By: Douglas, C. L.

Price: $195.00

Publisher: Dallas, Turner Co.: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 13303

Condition: Very Good+


173 pages, frontis, illustrations, minor chipping to jacket edges, gilt lettering on spine rubbed from jacket. Rare in jacket! Taylor Sutton feud, San Elizario Salt War, Mason County War, etc. Six-Guns 620, "Tells about many of the bloody feuds of Texas." View more info

WestWard America, With Reproductions of Forty Water-color paintings by William H. Jackson

By: Driggs, Howard R

Price: $45.00

Publisher: N.Y., G.P. Putnam’s Sons, Trails Edition, 1942: 1942

Seller ID: 339

Condition: Very Good -


312pgs, illus. Brown cloth with bright gilt lettering, dust jacket has a few chips. Contains a true account of the Hickok-McCanles fight. Herd 727, Six Guns 636 View more info