Quick Search

Author
Title
Description
Seller Id
 
Browse By Category
Texas History
Western Americana
Children
Literature
Big Game Hunting
Early American History
Fine Bindings
Signed Books
Military History
Easton Press
Cookbooks
The Sciences
World History
Railroads
Political History
Legal History
Genealogy
Books About Books
Sports
Catalog 106 Books Signed by Presidents, First Ladies and Hopeful Presidents
Catalog 101 Elmer Kelton
Catalog 102 Larry McMurtry
Catalog 103 Texas Rangers
Catalog 104 Lawmen of the Wild West
Catalog 105 Outlaws of the Wild West
Catalog 107 Tasha Tudor
Non-Categorized
Other
Travel, Exploration, Adventures

Show All Categories
 
 
 
 

Author Name    Stanley, F.

Title   LONGHAIR JIM COURTRIGHT Two Gun Marshall of Fort Worth

Binding   hardcover with dustjacket

Book Condition   Fine in Very Good- dust jacket

Edition   Second Printing

Publisher    World Press, Denver. 1957

Seller ID   122608

The book is in fine condition and the dust jacket has wear and spotting giving it in very good minus condition. This is a second printing. Jim Courtright was an Union Scout, Frontier Character and a man slayer. He was killed by Luke Short in a personal encounter in Fort Worth, Texas, February 8, 1886. ; Standard Book Size.; 234 pages

Price = 49.00 USD


YOU MAY ALSO LIKE THE FOLLOWING! CLICK ON A TITLE TO SEE A FULL DESCRIPTION.
Now You Hear My Horn. the Journal of James Wilson Nichols 1820 - 1887.
McDowell, Catherine W.


Danger's Hour. the Story of the USS Bunker Hill and the Kamikaze Pilot Who Crippled Her.
Kennedy, Maxwell Taylor.


FROM THE RIVIERA TO ZELL AM SEE A TEXAS SOLDIER'S STORY
Leggett, Rufus Lester


THE STEEL WAVE. A NOVEL OF WORLD WAR II.
Shaara, Jeff.


THE TEXAS RANGERS
Cox, Mike


BROTHERS IN GRAY
Cutrer, Thomas W. Parrish, T. Michael


LONE STAR JUSTICE. THE FIRST CENTURY OF THE TEXAS RANGERS.
Utley, Robert M.


PRAISE FROM A FUTURE GENERATION
Kelin, John


 



Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to RLQUINN@SBCGLOBAL.NET
Copyright©2018. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie