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A Texas Ranger

By: Jennings, Napoleon Augustus

Price: $725.00

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

Edition: First Edition


Pictorial cover, 321 pages, slight darkening to spine, else very good condition, an unusually clean, tight. 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-G... View more info

A Texas Sheriff A Vivid And Accurate Account of Some of the Most Notorious Murder Cases and Feuds in the History of East Texas, and the Officers Who rentlentlessly pursued the Criminals Till They Were Brought to Justice and Paid Full Penalty of the Law

By: Fuller, Henry C.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Nacogdoches Texas, Baker Printing Company, 1931

Edition: First Edition


80 pages, photos, slight chipping to spine. Contains a short biography of A. J. Spradley, Sheriff of Nacogdoches County for Thirty Years. Six-Guns 784, "Tells about many Texas murders, and the Border- Wall-Broocks feud." Rader 1505 The title tells it all!!!! View more info

A True Account of the Capture of Frank Rande "The Noted Outlaw"

By: Hitchcock, Frank

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Peoria IL, J. W. Franks & Sons Printers and Binders, 1897

Edition: First Edition


156 pages + announcements, frontis, illustrations, minor wear to edges. Six-Guns 994, "One of the few books written about this outlaw." Graff 1909, "Bloodcurdling, the illustrations are real primitive." 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


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

A Vaquero of the Brush Country

By: Dobie, Frank J.

Price: $950.00

Publisher: Dallas Texas, Southwest Press, 1929

Edition: 1st Edition


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

Across the Cimarron

By: Horan, James D.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: N.Y., Crown Publishers, 1956

Edition: First Edition


301 pages, frontis, illustrations, signed by the author. Herd 1062, Six-Guns 1024, "Has much material on Dodge City and some of its characters, such as Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and Bill Tilghman." View more info

Across the Cimarron

By: Horan, James D.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: N.Y., Crown Publishers, 1956

Edition: First Edition


301 pages, frontis, illustrations. Herd 1062, Six-Guns 1024, "Has much material on Dodge City and some of its characters, such as Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and Bill Tilghman." View more info

Adventures of Bill Longley Captured by Sheriff Milton Mast and Deputy Bill Burrows, Near Keatchit, Louisiana, in 1877, and Was Executed at Giddings Texas 1878

By: Fuller, Henry, C.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Nacogdoches Texas, Baker Printing Company, 0

Edition: First Edition


68 pages, ads, illustrations. Six-Guns 783, "A complete story of the life of one of Texas' most notorious outlaws." View more info

Adventures of Bill Longley Captured by Sheriff Milton Mast and Deputy Bill Burrows, Near Keatchit, Louisiana, in 1877, and Was Executed at Giddings Texas 1878

By: Fuller, Henry, C.

Price: $155.00

Publisher: Nacogdoches Texas, Baker Printing Company, 0

Edition: First Edition


68 pages, ads, illustrations. Six-Guns 783, "A complete story of the life of one of Texas' most notorious outlaws." View more info

Alias Frank Canton

By: DeArment, Robert K.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1996

Edition: First Edition


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 Nation... View more info

An Aged Wanderer. A Life Sketch of J. M. Parker, A Cowboy on the Western Plains in the Early Days

By: Parker, J. M.

Price: $1,500.00

Publisher: San Angelo, Texas, Headquarters, Elkhorn Wagon Yard, 0

Edition: 1st Edition


N.D. Original pictorial wraps, 32 pages, photo, minor edge wear. Herd 1757, Howes P78, One-Fifty 111, "In spite of its errors, it is a much sought and important collector's item." Six-Guns 1679, "The author was an old Texas cowboy who became crippled with paralysis and sold these little books for a livelyhood as he wandered over the country." View more info

Annie Oakley

By: Kasper, Shirl

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, Univerisity of Oklahoma Press, 1992

Edition: First Edition


288 pages, illustrations. Story of a famous woman marksman. She spent 17 years with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, competed in many competitions, and preformed for troops of WWI, during her retirement years. View more info

Apache Vengeance The True Story of Apache Kid

By: Hayes, Jess G.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1954

Edition: First Edition


185 pages, illustrations. Al Sieber enlisted the Kid as an orderly for himself. They were both with Crook while chasing the Chiricahua Apaches. Gatewood, Miles, scouting, etc. Six-Guns 954, "One of the best and most thorough books written about Apache Kid, the notorious Indian outlaw." View more info

Asa Shinn Mercer Western Promoter and Newspaperman 1839-1917

By: Woods, Lawrence M.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Spokane, The Arthur H. Clark Co., 2003

Edition: First Edition


238 pages, frontis, illustrations, new in original shrinkwrap. Account of the Johnson County War and a chapter of the publishing of The Banditti of the Plains. View more info

Autobiography of Tom Sterling Seven Years of Thrilling Adventures of a Western Peace Officer

By: Sterling, Thomas

Price: $575.00

Publisher: Santa Monica CA., Weaver Publishing Co., 1941

Edition: 1st Edition


Original orange pictorial cloth, slight edge wear, 118 pages, photo, minor foxing. Ranching, the Daltons and Coffeyville, Denver, Dodge City, Jim Matserson, Indians, etc. Six-Guns 2140, "Privately printed in a small edition, this book is now scarce. It has some material on the gunmen of Dodge City, Kansas." View more info