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El Paso Lawman G. W. Campbell Introduction by C. L. Sonnichsen

By: Egloff, Fred R.

Price: $22.50

Publisher: College Station Texas, The Early West, 1982

Edition: First Edition


143 pages, photos, illustrations, SIGNED by author. Limited to 1,500 copies. "Campbell was gunned down in El Paso in 1881." View more info

Ellsworth, Kansas 1867-1947

By: Jelinek, George

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Consolidated Salina, 1947

Edition: 1st Edition


Original pictorial wraps, 32 pages, photos. Lots of interesting early photos. Herd 1167, Six-Guns 1163, "This little book tells about Ellsworth as a cow town and relates the story of the killing of Sheriff Whitney by Bill Thompson." View more info

Elmer McCurdy The Misadventures in Life and Afterlife of an American Outlaw.

By: Svenvold, Mark

Price: $18.00

Publisher: N.Y., Basic Books, 2002

Edition: First Edition


312 pages, photos light remainder mark on bottom page edge. McCurdy robbed a train in 1911 and made off with one of the smallest amounts in history. He was caught and shot. He was later displayed at carnivals for many years. View more info

Famous Bandits Brief Accounts of the Lives of Jesse James, Cole Younger, Billy the Kid, and Others

By: Robertson, Ruth T.

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Washington D.C., Washington, Bureau, 1928

Edition: First Edition


4 pages. Also includes Henry Plummer, the Ford brothers and Charles Quantrell. Six-Guns 1874, "A condensed account of the outlaws' activities, together with the dates and places of their births and deaths." Very rare! View more info

Famous In The West

By: Cunningham, Eugene

Price: $225.00

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

Edition: First Edition


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

Famous Texas Feuds

By: Douglas, C. L.

Price: $195.00

Publisher: Dallas, Turner Co., 1936

Edition: First Edition


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

Fearless Dave Allison Border Lawman A Transitional Lawman On A Transitional Frontier

By: Alexander, Bob

Price: $39.00

Publisher: Silver City NM, High Lonesome Books, 2003

Edition: First Edition


285 pages, photos, SIGNED by the author, limited to 500 copies. "At 27, William Davis "Dave" Allison became the youngest sheriff in the State of Texas, elected at Midland County in 1888. He was still wearing a badge when gunned down by infamous cattle rustlers Hill Loftis (aka Tom Ross) and Milton Paul Good in 1923. Between times he was 6 times an elected sheriff; a member of the Texas Rangers and Arizona Rangers; Chief of Police at Roswell, New Mexico; pers... View more info

Fifty Years On The Owl Hoot Trail Jim Herron The First Sheriff Of No Man's Land, Oklahoma Territory

By: Chrisman, Harry E.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Chicago, Sage Books, 1969

Edition: First Edition


355 pages, map end-papers illustrations, photos, map, index, slight edge wear to jacket, signed by the author. Story of Jim Herron as told by himself, cowboy, sheriff, fugitive from the law, hotel and saloon owner, international cattleman. At 14, he joined a cattle drive in 1880. View more info

Foot Loose in The West

By: Finger, Charles J

Price: $25.00

Publisher: William Morrow & Co., 1932

Edition: First Edition


302 pgs, red cloth, Mention of the Jamses and Daltons as well as the California outlaws Vasquez, Murieta and Black Bart. Rader 1386, Six Guns 720 scarce View more info

Forty Years at El Paso 1858-1898 With Deawings by Tom Lea Introduction and Notes by Rex W. Strickland

By: Mills, W. W. Rex W. Strickland

Price: $95.00

Publisher: El Paso, Carl Hertzog, 1962

Edition: First Thus


212 pages, illustrations, ink name on blank page, SIGNED by Strickland, Lea and Hertzog, slight edge wear to jacket. Six-Guns 1505, "Deals with gun battles and the bloody reign of the city marshals of El Paso." Contains the account of John Wesley Hardin's death. View more info

Forty Years On The Frontier as seen in the Journals and Reminiscences of Granville Stuart Gold-Miner, Trader, Merchant, Rancher and Politician 2 volumes

By: Stuart, Granville

Price: $450.00

Publisher: Cleveland, The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1925

Edition: First Edition


Vol. 1, 272 pages, frontis, illustrations. Vol. 2, 265 pages, frontis, illustrations, slight edge wear, a couple corners bumped, very nice set! Six-Guns 2160, "Written by a well-educated and influential pioneer of early Montana, this work contains valuable history. The author did much to organize a group of latter-day vigilantes to break up a band of horse and cow thieves who became so bold in their operations that drastic measures had to be taken, He gives a good ac... View more info

Forty Years On The Frontier as seen in the Journals and Reminiscences of Granville Stuart Gold-Miner, Trader, Merchant, Rancher and Politician 2 volumes

By: Stuart, Granville

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Cleveland, The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1925

Edition: First Edition


Vol. 1, 272 pages, frontis, illustrations. Vol. 2, 265 pages, frontis, illustrations, small outlines where small labels were removed on lower spines, an excellent set! Six-Guns 2160, "Written by a well-educated and influential pioneer of early Montana, this work contains valuable history. The author did much to organize a group of latter-day vigilantes to break up a band of horse and cow thieves who became so bold in their operations that drastic measures had to be t... View more info

From Cattle Rustler To Pulpit

By: King. Leonard

Price: $85.00

Publisher: San Antonio Texas, The Naylor Company, 1943

Edition: First Edition


216 pages, frontis, slight wear to jacket edges. Herd 1278, Six-Guns 1240 " Taught cattle rustling by his father, this author became an expert and followed the outlaw trail until he was converted to religion and became a minister of the gospel." View more info

Frontier and Pioneer Recollections of Early Days in San Antonio and West Texas

By: James, Vinton Lee

Price: $350.00

Publisher: San Antonio, Artes Graficas, 1938

Edition: First Edition


Original wraps, 210 pages, illustrations, an exceptional copy! "James' father joined with Erskine and others in their famous cattle drive to California in 1854. The route of the drive and all the adventures along the way are given in detail. Much information on San Antonio in the early days, on the Polley family and on early West Texas. Several sections on hunting. Also has chapters on Polecarpo Rodriguez, Hunter and Indian Fighter, John James, James Dunn Texas Range... View more info

Frontier Days A True Narrative of Striking Events on the Western Frontier

By: Kuykendall, W. L. Judge

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Kuykendall Publishers, 1917

Edition: First Edition


251 pages, frontis, original plain jacket, small bump on lower edge, 500 copies believed to have been printed. Six-Guns 1260, "Information on the Black Hills outlaws, Wild Bill Hickok, McCanles-Hickok fight." Howes K284, "Personal narrative by the presiding judge at the trial of Wild Bill Hickok's assassin, of life in the West after the Civil War." Graff 2360 View more info