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Wyatt Earp The Life Behind the Legend

By: Tefertiller, Casey

Price: $145.00

Publisher: N.Y., John Wiley & Sons, 1997

Edition: First Edition


403 pages, frontis, Photos, LIMITED EDITION, #137 of 150 numbered and SIGNED copies, brown cloth leather spine, housed in a slipcase. Biography based on recently discovered material including newspapers believed to have been lost as well as personal accounts from Earp's friends, enemies, and acquaintances. View more info

Wyoming Cattle Trails History of the Migration of Oregon-Raised Herds to Mid-Western Markets

By: Rollinson, John K.

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers Ltd., 1948

Edition: First Edition


366 pages, illustrations, map, photos, color frontis, LIMITED EDITION #867 of 1,000 signed copies, edited by E. A. Brininstool, Fine condition in a fine dust jacket. Herd 1943 Johnson County War, Tom Horn and the Wild Bunch. Six-Guns 1894 View more info

Wyoming Peace Officer An Autobiography

By: LeFors, Joe

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Laramie Wyoming, Laramie Printing Co., 1953

Edition: First Edition


200 pages, illustrations, minor wear to jacket. Adams One-Fifty, 95, Herd 1323, Six-Guns 1315, "Published by the author's wife after his death, this book reveals some heretofore unwritten history about the Johnson County War and about Tom Horn and other outlaws of the Northwest. The author was the officer who trapped Horn into a confession. There is also some information on Flat Nose George Curry and the Wild Bunch." View more info

Wyoming Peace Officer An Autobiography

By: LeFors, Joe

Price: $185.00

Publisher: Laramie Wyoming, Laramie Printing Co., 1953

Edition: First Edition


200 pages, illustrations, SIGNED by Mrs. LeFors. Adams One-Fifty, 95, Herd 1323, Six-Guns 1315, "Published by the author's wife after his death, this book reveals some heretofore unwritten history about the Johnson County War and about Tom Horn and other outlaws of the Northwest. The author was the officer who trapped Horn into a confession. There is also some information on Flat Nose George Curry and the Wild Bunch." View more info

Wyoming Peace Officer An Autobiography

By: LeFors, Joe

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Laramie Wyoming, Laramie Printing Co., 1953

Edition: First Edition


200 pages, illustrations, inscribed by Mrs. LeFors. Adams One-Fifty, 95, Herd 1323, Six-Guns 1315, "Published by the author's wife after his death, this book reveals some heretofore unwritten history about the Johnson County War and about Tom Horn and other outlaws of the Northwest. The author was the officer who trapped Horn into a confession. There is also some information on Flat Nose George Curry and the Wild Bunch." View more info

Wyoming Peace Officer An Autobiography

By: LeFors, Joe

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Laramie Wyoming, Laramie Printing Co., 1953

Edition: First Edition


200 pages, illustrations, signed by Mrs. LeFors, most of front portion of jacket missing. Adams One-Fifty, 95, Herd 1323, Six-Guns 1315, "Published by the author's wife after his death, this book reveals some heretofore unwritten history about the Johnson County War and about Tom Horn and other outlaws of the Northwest. The author was the officer who trapped Horn into a confession. There is also some information on Flat Nose George Curry and the Wild Bunch." View more info

X. Beidler Vigilante

By: Sanders Helen Fitzgerald

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1957

Edition: First Edition


165 pg. illus. Vol 8 of Western Frontier library VG/VG- Beidler's own story told in his own words. Story of banditry and vigilante justice in the Montana of the 1860's. "X was essentially a man of action who was merciless in the pursuit o f criminals." Six Guns 1936 This is a 1st ed not a reprint as most in this series are. View more info

Yesterday's Wyoming The Intimate Memoirs Of Fenimore C. Chatterton Territorial Citizen, Governor and Statesman An Autobiography

By: Chatterton, Fenimore C.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Denver CO., Powder River Publishers, 1957

Edition: First Edition


133 pages, photos, LIMITED EDITION, of 1,000 numbered copies, as new un-read copy stored since publication. Six-Guns 416 A chapter on Tom Horn and his trial, some mention of Calamity Jane, Cattle Kate, Jim Averill, the cattle industry, and The Lincoln County War. Herd 452. View more info

Yours To Command The Life and Legend of Texas Ranger Captain Bill McDonald

By: Weiss, Harold J.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Denton Texas, University of North Texas Press, 2009

Edition: First Edition


436 pages, frontis, illustrations, maps, SIGNED by author. "Captain Bill McDonald (1852-1918) is the most prominent of the "Four Great Captains" of Texas Ranger history. His career straddled the changing scene from the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries. In 1891 McDonald became captain of Company B of the Frontier Battalion of the Texas Rangers. "Captain Bill" and the Rangers under his command took part in a number of incidents from the Panhandle r... View more info