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Captain Lee Hall Of Texas With Illustrations by Louis Lundean and Frederic Remington

By: Raymond, Dora Neill

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1940

Edition: First Edition


350 pages, illustrations, minor edge wear to jacket, review copy with puiblisher's card laid in. Six-Guns 1827 "A Well written biography which shows scholarly work. Sam Bass, the Taylor-Sutton feud, and a good account of the killing of Ben Thopmson." Adams One Fifty 114, Jenkins, Basic Texas Books 167, Howes R83. View more info

Clay Allison of the Washita First a Cowman and Then an Extinguisher of Bad Men Recollections of Colorado, New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle Reminiscences of a 79er To My Friends in the Enchanting East To Mis Compadres in the Fascinating West

By: Clark, O. S.

Price: $1,750.00

Publisher: Attica Ind., 1922


135 pages, illustrations, original wraps with minor edge wear, pages age toned with a few page edges slightly torn, housed in a custom case. Billy the Kid, Billy Dixon and the Buffalo Wallow fight, John W. Poe, etc. Howes C445, Rader 832, Graff 740, Adams One-Fifty 29, Six-Guns 430, "The author tells his experiences in meeting Clay Allison on the trail and of some of Allison's subsequent killings. Has some material on the big fight at Tascosa Texas." View more info

Colonel Jack Hays Texas Frontier Leader And California Builder

By: Greer, James Kimmins

Price: $75.00

Publisher: N.Y., E. P. Dutton & Company, 1952

Edition: First Edition


428 pages, maps, illustrations, frontis, map end-papers, chipping to jacket. Hays was Captain of the Texas Rangers at the age of 23. He was one who helped create the underlying foundations for the Rangers. He was also a soldier, explorer, and surveyor. View more info

Conquering Our Great American Plains A Historical Development

By: Henry, Stuart

Price: $65.00

Publisher: N.Y., E. P. Dutton & CO., 1930

Edition: First Edition


395 pages, map frontis, illustrations, slight edge wear to jacket, end-papers toned. Laid in is a post card of Austin TX dated 1936 from Maurice to Dudley Dobie referencing pages of the book. Herd 1026, Howes H427, Rader 1854, Six-Guns 974, Graff 1868, "The author lived in Abilene Kansas, from 1868 and wrote from personal knowledge and reliable records." View more info

Cowboys and Cattlemen A Roundup From Montana, The Magazine of Western History

By: Kennedy, Michael S.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: N.Y., Hastings House, 1964

Edition: First Edition


364 pages, photos, illustrations, frontis, minor wear to jacket. Collection of articles, and essays, From Beaver to Beef, Trail Drivin' and Texans, Bad Medicine, Mavericks, Rustlers, End of the Open Range, etc. Six-Guns 1233 "Has a chapter dealing with rustlers and vigilantes of Montana and such outlaws as Rattlesnake Jake Fallon and Charles Longhair Owens, and the Hole-in-the-Wall gang." View more info

Cowpokes, Nesters, & So Forth

By: Sims, Judge Orlando L.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, The Encino Press, 1970

Edition: First Edition


297 pages, photos. The Sims family moved to West Texas in the 1880's. Sims relates his experiences and aquaintances on the range. View more info

Dave Cook of the Rockies Frontier General Fighting Sheriff and Leader of Men

By: Collier, William Ross, Edwin Westrate

Price: $65.00

Publisher: N.Y., Rufus Rockwell Wilson, 1936

Edition: First Edition


224 pages, frontis, illustrations, minor chipping to jacket edges. Six-Guns 466, "A history of this famous Colorado detective, with an extended account of the capture of Musgrove and his gang, as well as other outlaws." View more info

Deep Trails In The Old West A Frontier Memory Edited by Frederick Nolan

By: Clifford, Frank, Frederick Nolan

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2011


317 pages, illustrations, "A newly discovered memoir captures life in the Wild West of Billy the Kid. Cowboy and drifter Frank Clifford lived a lot of lives and raised a lot of hell in the first quarter of his life. The number of times he changed his name Clifford being just one of them, suggests that he often traveled just steps ahead of the law. During the 1870s and 1880s his restless spirit led him all over the Southwest, crossing the paths of many of the era's mo... View more info

Deep Trails In The Old West A Frontier Memory Edited by Frederick Nolan

By: Clifford, Frank, Frederick Nolan

Price: $38.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2011

Edition: First Edition


317 pages, illustrations, SIGNED by Nolan. "A newly discovered memoir captures life in the Wild West of Billy the Kid. Cowboy and drifter Frank Clifford lived a lot of lives and raised a lot of hell in the first quarter of his life. The number of times he changed his name Clifford being just one of them, suggests that he often traveled just steps ahead of the law. During the 1870s and 1880s his restless spirit led him all over the Southwest, crossing the paths of man... View more info

Defending The Borders The Texas Rangers 1848-1861

By: Wilkins, Frederick

Price: $11.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, State House Press, 2001

Edition: First Edition


194 pages, frontis, illustrations. "The third book in this critically acclaimed series discusses many of Texas' indomitable characters such as Rip Ford, Sam Houston, and Sul Ross." View more info

Doc Middleton Life and Legends of the Notorious Plains Outlaw

By: Hutton, Harold

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Chicago, Swallow Press, 1974

Edition: First Edition


290 pages, frontis, illustrations, map end-papers. "Nebraska outlaw with a Robin Hood reputation, whose career spanned from 1877 to 1913." Adams One-Fifty, 79 "First complete work done on this notorious outlaw. The author traces Middleton's ancestry from the early years and follows his career through Texas, Nebraska and Wyoming until his death." View more info

Doc Middleton Life and Legends of the Notorious Plains Outlaw

By: Hutton, Harold

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Chicago, Swallow Press, 1974

Edition: First Edition


290 pages, frontis, illustrations, map end-papers. "Nebraska outlaw with a Robin Hood reputation, whose career spanned from 1877 to 1913." Adams One-Fifty, 79 "First complete work done on this notorious outlaw. The author traces Middleton's ancestry from the early years and follows his career through Texas, Nebraska and Wyoming until his death." View more info

Dodge City The Early Years 1872-1886

By: Shillingberg, William B.

Price: $37.95

Publisher: Norman, The Arthur H. Clark Company, 2009

Edition: First Edition


432 pages, frontis, illustrations, map end-papers. Western Lands and Water Series XXIII. History of the famous "cow town," Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, Adobe Walls, cattle drives, ranching, outlaws, lawmen, Santa Fe Trail, etc. View more info

Early Days in Abilene by J. B. Edwards. Edited and Published by C.W. Wheeler, Printed in the Abilene Chronicle, 1896; Reprinted in Abilene Daily Chronicle 1938, With Added Material From the Papers of J. B. Edwards

By: Edwards, J. B.

Price: $175.00

Publisher: 1938

Edition: First Edition


N.P., N.D. pictorial wraps, minor discoloration across the top of front cover, 16 pages, triple columns, illustrations. Herd 746, Six-Guns 662, "The author relates some events of early Abilene and writes of Wild Bill Hickok and Jack McCall. He lived in Abilene from its founding and knew its history first-hand." Rare item. View more info

Early Days in Texas A Trip to Hell and Heaven

By: McIntire, Jim

Price: $3,500.00

Publisher: Kansas City MO., McIntire Publishing Co., 1902

Edition: First Edition


229 pages, frontis, illustrations, original green decorated cloth, slight edge wear, minor page toning, else a very nice copy. Rare item. Herd, 1405, "Although the author was better known as a gunman, he tells some of his experiences as a cowboy." Rader 2298, Howes M113, "Reminiscences of an old faro dealer." Six-Guns 1415, "The author himself a fugitive, earlier served as a peace officer in several towns of the West. He tells of Billy the Kid, Jim C... View more info