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1954 Brand Book Volume Ten of the Denver Posse of the Westerners

By: Ellis, Erl H.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Boulder CO, The Johnson Publishing Co., 1955

Edition: First Edition


368 pages, photos, illustrations, #15 of 500 numbered copies, slight wear to jacket spine. William H. Jackson, roundups, Buckskin Leslie, and others. Herd 2486, Six-Guns 2354. View more info

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


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

90 Years Of Ellsworth and Ellsworth County History

By: Jelinek, George

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Ellsworth KS, The Messenger Press, 1957

Edition: 1st Edition


Original pictorial stapled wraps, 70 unnumbered pages, text slightly browned else fine, signed on cover by author. Much on the Indian troubles, the buffalo extermination, Custer and the Washita, early forts, cattle drives, Black Kettle, pioneers, etc. Herd 1168, Six-Guns 1164, "Has material on Wyatt Earp, Ben Thompson, Bat Masterson, and the wild days of Ellsworth." View more info

A Brief History of Early Days in North Texas and the Indian Territory

By: Roff, Joe T.

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Allen Oklahoma, Pontotoc County Democrat, 1930

Edition: First Edition


Original wraps, 40 pages. Herd 1933, Howes R409, Six-Guns 1885, Tells about members of the Lee gang and other lesser-known outlaws." View more info

A Decent Orderly Lynching The Montana Vigilantes

By: Allen, Frederick

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2004

Edition: First Edition


421 pages, maps, illustrations, limited edition. #63 of 250 copies signed by author, leather, all edges gilt. Includes eye-witness accounts never before published. "The deadliest campaign of vigilante justice in American history erupted in the Rocky Mountains during the Civil War when a private army hanged twenty-one troublemakers. Hailed as great heroes at the time, the Montana vigilantes are still revered as founding fathers." View more info

A Dynasty of Western Outlaws

By: Wellman, Paul I.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: N.Y., Doubleday & Company, 1961

Edition: First Edition


384 pages, map end-papers, illustrations, minor edge wear to jacket. Noted outlaws, Jesse James, Al Jennings, Bill Doolin, Henry Starr, Pretty Boy Floyd, the Daltons, Quantrill, etc. Six-Guns 2337 View more info

A Frontier Doctor

By: Hoyt, Henry F.

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Boise Idaho, Houghton Mifflin, 1929

Edition: First Edition


260 pages, frontis, illustrations, minor chipping to jacket edges, Rare in jacket. Hoyt was on the Black Hills Expedition / survey, with Custer in 1873. Six-Guns 1055 "A well written and interesting book with some material on Billy the Kid and life in old Tascosa." Herd 1084, Howes H747, Rader 963 "Frontier and pioneer life of Texas and New Mexico." View more info

A Gallery Of Old Rogues

By: French, Joseph Louis

Price: $27.00

Publisher: N.Y., Alfred H. King, 1931

Edition: First Edition


285 pages, minor wear to exterior. Six-Guns 768 "An anthology concerning outlaws, some from the American West, such as Billy the Kid, Al Jennings, and Joseph Slade." View more info

A Ranching Saga The Lives Of William Electious Halsell And Ewing Halsell 2 Volumes

By: Holden, William Curry

Price: $145.00

Publisher: San Antonio Texas, Trinity University Press, 1976

Edition: First Edition


2 volumes, in slipcase, 568 total pages, pictorial end-papers, illustrations, SIGNED by Holden and Jose Cisneros in volume 1, spines sunned as usual. Three D Ranch, Bird Creek Ranch, Big Creek Ranch, Cimarron Ranch, land sales, cattle rustling, outlaws, cattle drives, etc. View more info

A Sketch of Sam Bass The Bandit With an Introduction by Ramon F. Adams

By: Martin, Charles L.

Price: $17.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1956

Edition: First Thus


Volume # 6 of the Western Frontier Library Series, 156 pages, illustrations, slight edge wear to jacket. Six-Guns 1451. View more info

A Sketch of Sam Bass The Bandit With an Introduction by Ramon F. Adams Foreword by Robert K. DeArment

By: Martin, Charles L.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1997


172 pages, illustrations. Volume # 6 of the Western Frontier Library Series, Six-Guns 1451. View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo, An Old Stove up Cow Puncher Who Has Spent Nearly Twenty Years on the Great Western Cattle Ranges

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Chicago, Rand McNally & Co., 1889


347 pages, + ads, frontis, illustrations, original brown cloth with gilt cowboy on a horse on front cover, rubbing and wear to edges, owner stamp on fly-leaf. This edition didn't have the colored frontis. Good reading copy. The first and most widely read of cowboy biographies. Herd 2077, Six Guns 2032, Howes 510. View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo, An Old Stove up Cow Puncher Who Has Spent Nearly Twenty Years on the Great Western Cattle Ranges

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $1,000.00

Publisher: Chicago, Rand McNally & Co., 0


(1886) 347 pages, + ads, color frontis, illustrations, small owner stamp on blank fly-leaf, penciled owner name, original brown cloth with gilt cowboy on a horse on front cover, very slight wear, gilt very bright, rare in this condition. The first and most widely read of cowboy biographies. Herd 2077, Six Guns 2032, Howes 510. View more info

A Texas Cowboy, or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony Taken From Real Life, by Charles A. Siringo, An Old Stove up Cow Puncher Who Has Spent Nearly Twenty Years on the Great Western Cattle Ranges

By: Siringo, Charles A

Price: $3,500.00

Publisher: Chicago, Siringo & Dobson Publishing, 1886


True second edition. 347 pages, + ads, color frontis, illustrations, original brown cloth with gilt cowboy on a horse on front cover, edge wear, minor fading to spine but gilt lettering visible, housed in a slipcase. This copy has a few blank order pages bound in the front, and stamped on the copyright page "supplied by Rand McNally," Rand McNally issued the third printing in 1886 and most likely they purchased the remainder of Siringo's copies and placed their s... View more info

A Texas Ranger

By: Jennings, Napoleon Augustus

Price: $975.00

Publisher: N.Y., Charles Scribners Sons, 1899

Edition: First Edition


pictorial cover, 321 pages, minor darkening to spine, slight edge wear. Jenkins (Basic Texas Books,) 107,"Jennings was a reporter who served under L. H. McNelly, in Texas from 1874 to 1878. This is one of the most interesting accounts of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870's. " Rader 2086, Howes J100aa, Graff 2208 " Jennings' book is a readable account of his life as a Ranger in the late 1870's." Six-Guns 1173, "Book contains much mater... View more info