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The Innocent And The Outlaw Mills Boon Historical Outlaws Of The Wild West Book 1

Author : Harper St. George
ISBN : 9781474042482
Genre : Fiction
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This man is dangerous in more ways than one... The step-daughter of a bank robber, innocent barmaid Emmaline Drake knows Hunter Jameson is trouble the second he walks into her saloon. Though his gaze holds her captive, she vows to keep her distance.

Famous Sheriffs And Western Outlaws

Author : William MacLeod Raine
ISBN : 9781616085421
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Tells the stories of legendary heroes and villains of the Old West and details the shootouts, saloon fights, and standoffs that took place as sheriffs tried to make peace in Western towns.

Once Upon A Christmas Eve A Maiden Lane Novella

Author : Elizabeth Hoyt
ISBN : 9780349415109
Genre : Fiction
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An all-new novella in the New York Times bestselling Maiden Lane series by Elizabeth Hoyt!

Lonesome Dove

Author : Larry McMurtry
ISBN : 9780684871226
Genre : Fiction
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Chronicles a cattle drive in the nineteenth century from Texas to Montana, and follows the lives of Gus and Call, the cowboys heading the drive, Gus's woman, Lorena, and Blue Duck, a sinister Indian renegade.

Outlaws And Gunfighters Of The Old West

Author : Phillip W. Steele
ISBN : 145561002X
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Badasses Of The Old West

Author : Erin H. Turner
ISBN : 9780762757572
Genre : History
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This is a collection of tales about the worst (and best) of the robbers, rustlers, and bandits who shaped the history of the Wild West. From the famous, such as the Wild Bunch and Wild Bill Hickock, to the lesser-known but still colorful and wicked Bud Stevens and Charles Brown, Badasses of the Old West compiles the stories of the most notorious black-hat wearers of a notorious age.

Jesse James

Author : J. Dennis Robinson
ISBN : 0756521041
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines the life of Jesse James, who went from guerrilla fighter for the Confederates during the Civil War to one of the most famous bank and train robbers in United States history.

The American Western A Complete Film Guide

Author : Terry Rowan
ISBN : 9781300418580
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Wyoming S Outlaw Trail

Author : Mac Blewer
ISBN : 9781439642061
Genre : Photography
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A historic and folkloric path that meandered from Canada to Mexico, the Outlaw Trail was used by outlaws such as Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, and the James brothers. Following existing Western routes such as the Oregon Trail, the highway connected towns and natural hideouts essential for bandits escaping the law. Some in Western communities were sympathetic toward the outlaws. Many, like Cassidy, were seen as Robin Hoods, fighting for common people who were under siege by economic forces, corporate encroachment, and other changes occurring in the Old West. Images of America: Wyoming’s Outlaw Trail details the history, folklore, and geography behind some of Wyoming’s outlaw towns and hideouts—chief among them the Hole in the Wall and Red Desert. Also highlighted are the deeds of the robbers, lawmen, and ordinary folk who rode those dusty trails during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

The Lore Of New Mexico

Author : Marta Weigle
ISBN : 0826331572
Genre : Fiction
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First published in 1988, this award-winning compendium of New Mexico's folklore is now available in a shorter, easier to use, updated edition. "A masterful encyclopedia. . . . a superb reference to historical folklore traditions in New Mexico up to World War II. It will stand alone as an invaluable synthesis of history, literature, ethnography, and material culture."--Journal of the Southwest "The central theme of the book is the concept of New Mexico life as a multiethnic experience drawn from the Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures. The work is part history, part ethnography, and part anthropology. . . . This is a work that should appeal to all aficionados of New Mexican history and life. . . . A delight to read."--Journal of the West "Demonstrates in a dramatic fashion that the subject matter of folklore is not the quaint and peripheral cultural bypaths of bygone days, but rather a means of approaching the basic attitudes, beliefs, and ways of thinking about things on which much cultural behavior is based. This is a good, thought-provoking job on a monumental task."--Journal of Arizona History "Jam-packed with drama and information. . . . For the newcomer, the long-time resident and the lifetime native of New Mexico, this book will be a delight."--New Mexico Magazine

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