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Fugitives From Justice The Notebook of Texas Ranger Sergeant James B. Gillett

By: Gillett, James B. Michael D. Morrison

Price: $21.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, State House Press, 1997


274 pages, frontis, illustrations. "Annotated by Gillett, this book, describing the Bass Gang, is a reprint of List of Fugitives from Justice, published in 1878." The book was published by the Texas Adjutant General in 1878 for distribution to the Rangers. It contained a list by county of persons wanted, their crimes, and often their description. View more info

Fugitives From Justice The Notebook of Texas Ranger Sergeant James B. Gillett

By: Gillett, James B. Michael D. Morrison

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, State House Press, 1997


274 pages, frontis, illustrations. "Annotated by Gillett, this book, describing the Bass Gang, is a reprint of List of Fugitives from Justice, published in 1878." The book was published by the Texas Adjutant General in 1878 for distribution to the Rangers. It contained a list by county of persons wanted, their crimes, and often their description. View more info

George W. Littlefield Texan

By: Haley, J. Evetts

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1943

Edition: First Edition


287 pages, illustrations, drawings by Bugbee, bookplate, slight edge wear to jacket, SIGNED by author. Herd 964, Six-Guns 891, Another good biography of a well know Texas cattleman with information on various outlaws and on Billy the Kid's visit to the Texas Panhandle." View more info

George W. Littlefield Texan

By: Haley, J. Evetts

Price: $120.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1943

Edition: First Edition


287 pages, illustrations, drawings by Bugbee, minor edge wear to jacket, SIGNED by author. Herd 964, Six-Guns 891, Another good biography of a well know Texas cattleman with information on various outlaws and on Billy the Kid's visit to the Texas Panhandle." View more info

Ghost Riders of the Mogollon

By: Kuykendall, Ivan Lee

Price: $600.00

Publisher: San Antonio Texas, The Naylor Company, 1954

Edition: 1st Edition


158 pages, minor wear to jacket, some fading to cloth as usual for this book, overall a nice copy of a rare item. Herd 1292, Six Score 66, Six-Guns 1259, "The story of the Tewksbury-Graham feud in Arizona, on which the author says he spent thirty years in research and five years in the writing. No sooner had the book been released when the publishers were sued by some of the descendants of the characters involved. Only about two hundred copies reached private hands, ... View more info

Goodbye Billy The Kid

By: Edwards, Harold L.

Price: $28.00

Publisher: College Station Texas, Creative Publishing Company, 1995

Edition: First Edition


168 pages, photos, illustrations, limited to 800 copies. The Kid as seen through many obituaries written hours after his death. View more info

Graphic Description Of Pacific Coast Outlaws. Thrilling Exploits Of Their Arch-enemy Sheriff Harry N. Morse. For Many Years The terror Of The Brigands Of California- A Man Of Intrepid Courage, Wonderful Skill, And Splendid Leadership. Some Of His Desperate Hand-to-Hand Encounters With Bandits.

By: Shinn, Charles Howard

Price: $1,750.00

Publisher: San Francisco:, R. R. Patterson, 1887

Edition: 1st Edition


Original printed wraps, 32 pages, frontis, very slight age toning to cover edges, included are 2 hand-written letters from Harry Morse's granddaughter to (Joseph Henry Jackson) mentioning the book. Howes S415, One-Fifty 124, Six-Guns 2001. View more info

Guardian of the Grasslands The First Hundred Years of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association

By: Burroughs, John Rolfe

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Cheyenne WY, Pioneer Printing & Stationary Co., 1971

Edition: First Edition


430 pages, frontis, illustrations, INSCRIBED by the author to a person who helped with the book, bound in full suede leather limited to 200 copies, this copy not numbered, housed in a pictorial slipcase, with minor edge wear. Adams One Fifty 22, "This huge book, the history of the Wyoming Stockgrowers Association covers a century of its activities and its struggles. There is an account of the Johnson County War of 1892 and the author is naturally in sympathy with the... View more info

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Guardian Of The Law The Life And Times Of William Matthew Tilghman (1854-1924)

By: Shirley, Glenn

Price: $140.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, Eakin Press TX, 1988

Edition: Limited/Numbered


SPECIAL COLLECTORS EDITION, SIGNED BY AUTHOR, #46 of 120 COPIES, 545 pages, illustrations, photos, leather spine, slipcase, AS NEW condition. "For more than a decade Tilghman was a buffalo hunter, scout, plainsman, railroad teamster, and rancher on the borderlands of Kansas, Indian Territory, Colorado, and New Mexico. For 35 yearsafter he donned his first lawman's badge, his service was almost continuous, always arduous, his reputation for fidelity and fearlessness w... View more info

Gun-Toters I Have Known

By: Sims, Orlando L.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Austin Texas, The Encino Press, 1967

Edition: First Edition


57 pages, frontis, photos, LIMITED EDITION, 1 of 750 numbered copies, SIGNED by the author. Six-Guns 2025 " Has material on Wild Bill Hickok, Captain Bill McDonald, Wyatt Earp, Clay Allison, Ben Kilpatrick, Black Jack Ketchum, the Wild Bunch, Will Carver, Butch Cassidy, Harvey Logan, Harry Longabaugh." View more info

Guns of the Frontier The Story of How Law Came to the West

By: Raine, William MacLeod

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1940

Edition: First Edition


282 pages, frontis, illustrations, jacket has minor edge wear. Wild Bill Hickok, Ben Thompson, Bat Masterson, King Fisher, Doc Holiday, Tom Smith, Marshal of Abilene, The Hole-In-The-Wall Gang, The Youngers, Frank and Jesse James, etc. Six-Guns 1786, Herd 1851 View more info

Hands Up Stories of the Six-Gun Fighters of the Old Wild West

By: MacDonald, A.B., Sutton, Fred E.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: N.Y., The Bobbs-Merrill CO., 1927


303 pgs, illustrations, frontis, minor darkening to the spine. Pat Garret, Dodge City, Wild Bill Hickok, Bat Masterson, the James Boys, Hanging Judge Issac Parker, Daltons, Bill Tilghman, and more.Six-Guns 2171 View more info

Hands Up; or, Twenty Five Years of Detective Life in the Mountains and on the Plains, Reminiscences by General D.J. Cook, Chief of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association A Condensed Criminal History of the Far West

By: Cook, D. J.

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Denver, CO, W.F. Robinson Printing Co., 1897


1st of this ed. 442 pages, frontis, illustrations. Book was originally published in 1882. This edition, was reprinted to cover 35 years. Cook was a soldier, city marshal of Denver, sheriff of Arapahoe County, U.S. Marshal, Major General of Colorado Militia, founder and chief of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association. Howes C728, Six-Guns 483, Graff 862, Rader 905, Adams One-Fifty 34 View more info

Hands Up; or, Twenty Five Years of Detective Life in the Mountains and on the Plains, Reminiscences by General D.J. Cook, Chief of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association A Condensed Criminal History of the Far West

By: Cook, D. J.

Price: $140.00

Publisher: Denver, CO, W.F. Robinson Printing Co., 1897


1st of this ed. 442 pages, frontis, illustrations, owner stamp on front end-paper, hinges just starting, but solid, slight exterior wear. Book was originally published in 1882. This edition, was reprinted to cover 35 years. Cook was a soldier, city marshal of Denver, sheriff of Arapahoe County, U.S. Marshal, Major General of Colorado Militia, founder and chief of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association. Howes C728, Six-Guns 483, Graff 862, Rader 905, Adams One-Fifty 34 View more info

Hands Up; or, Twenty Years of Detective Life in the Mountains and on the plains Reminiscences by General D.J. Cook, Superintendent of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association A Condensed Criminal History of the Far West

By: Cook, D.J.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma, 1958

Edition: First Thus


Volume # 11 of the Western Frontier Library Series, 319pgs, illus. Cook was a soldier, city marshal of Denver, sheriff of Arapahoe County, U.S. marshal, major general of Colorado Militia, founder and chief of the Rocky Mountain Detect ive Association. View more info