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Catalog 104 Lawmen of the Wild West

U. S. Marshalls, Sheriffs, and Other Lawmen of the Western Frontier

Catalog 104 Lawmen of the Wild West

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Dangerous Dan Tucker. New Mexico's Deadly Lawman., Alexander, Bob.
1 Alexander, Bob. Dangerous Dan Tucker. New Mexico's Deadly Lawman.
High Lonesome Books, New Mexico. 2001 094438353x / 9780944383537 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover As New in As New dust jacket 
First Edition hardcover signed on the title page by the author, Bob Alexander. Signed only - no other names, writing, or marks. The biography of lawman, deputy sheriff, Town Marshall, Deputy U. S. Marshall, Train Agent, Livestock inspector, Dan Tucker was the quintessential lawman during the violent frontier period of Southwest New Mexico. 191 pages, bibliography, index. Dust jacket and book are in Fine, as new, condition. ; Standard Book Size. 
Price: 79.00 USD
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Texas Lawmen, 1835 - 1899. the Good and the Bad., Caldwell, Clifford R. and Ron Delord.
2 Caldwell, Clifford R. and Ron Delord. Texas Lawmen, 1835 - 1899. the Good and the Bad.
History Press, Charleston. 2011 1609492161 / 9781609492168 First Edition; First Printing Softcover As New with No dust jacket as issued 
First Edition issued only in softcover. Signed by one of the authors, Clifford R. Caldwell, on the half title page. Signed only - no other names, writing, or marks. Little known stories of Texas Lawmen who should not be forgotten. 443 pages, appendix, bibliography, index. Book is in Fine, as new, condition. ; 6 in. x 9 in. 
Price: 79.00 USD
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Siringo., Pingenot, Ben E.
3 Pingenot, Ben E. Siringo.
The Texas A & M University Press, College Station. 1989 0890963819 / 9780890963814 First Edition is stated on the copyright page Hardcover As New in As New dust jacket 
A biography of Charles Siringo, a colorful western character of the later 1800's. Although Siringo has written several autobiographies, this biography goes beyond the image that Siringo created for himself. 232 pages (notes, bibliography, index) . Book is clean, no writing, and tightly bound. Dust jacket and book are in Fine, as new, condition. ; Standard Book Size. 
Price: 59.00 USD
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How the Law Got Into the Chaparral. Conversations with Old Texas Rangers., Remington, Frederic. edited by John H. Jenkins.
4 Remington, Frederic. edited by John H. Jenkins. How the Law Got Into the Chaparral. Conversations with Old Texas Rangers.
Jenkins Publishing Co. , Austin. 1987 Reprint from 1896 Harpers Magazine Softcover Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Reprinted here for the first time from the 1896 issue of Harper's Magazine and from a chapter in Remington's book, Crooked Trails published in 1898. Remington's interview of Texas Rangers Rip Ford, Big Foot Wallace, and Lee Hall plus others. Softcover with stiff paper covers. 36 numbered pages plus 8 unnumbered pages of illustrations. Book is in Fine condition. No names, writing, or marks in book. ; 6 in. x 9 in. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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A Lone Star Cowboy., Siringo, Charles A.
5 Siringo, Charles A. A Lone Star Cowboy.
Self Published By The Author, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1919 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Near Fine with no dust jacket 
First Edition hardcover. The title continues, "Being fifty years experience in the saddle as Cowboy, Detective and New Mexico Ranger, on every cow trail in the wooly old west. Also, the doings of some 'bad' cowboys, such as 'Billy the Kid', 'Wess Harding' and 'Kid Curry'. " Illustrated with photographs. 291 pages plus one page of ads for three other books by Siringo. Original maroon cloth with gilt tiles on front and spine that are lightly faded. No names, writing, or marks in book. References: Dobie, page 119; Graff 3803; Herd 2074; Howes S-518; Six Guns 2029; Ahearn 2002 Edition, page 599. Book is in Near Fine condition.; 5 1/2 in. x 8 1/4 in. 
Price: 165.00 USD
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