3 edition of Desperadoes of Arizona Territory found in the catalog.
Desperadoes of Arizona Territory
Philip J. Rasch
1999 by National Association for Outlaw and Lawman History in affiliation with the University of Wyoming, Distributed by Western Publications in Laramie, Wyo, Stillwater, Okla .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Philip J. Rasch ; introduction by Larry D. Ball ; edited by Robert K. DeArment.|
|Series||Outlaw-lawman research series ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||DeArment, Robert K., 1925-|
|LC Classifications||F811 .R23 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||99026945|
The news of a gold strike in Colorado territory in lures a colorful crowd to the untamed wilderness. Lawyers, desperados, financiers, hard-working women, and gold diggers stake their lives for golden dreams. Download DB Nevada! Volume 8. "Dusty takes readers into the real west at full gallop." --New York Times bestselling author Jodi ThomasWestern Heritage and Spur award-winning author Dusty Richards tells the thrilling saga of Chet Byrnes, a man who brought the spirit of Texas into Arizona Territory--and the guns to back it. Directed by James P. Hogan. With Buster Crabbe, Raymond Hatton, Marsha Hunt, Betty Jane Rhodes. After saving himself from hanging, Laramie Nelson saves Tracks Williams from the same fate. They then travel to Lindsay's ranch where they get jobs. There they run into Adams who they learn is planning to rustle Lindsay's horses. The crime was considered particularly heinous, even for those times in Arizona Territory, as four innocent by-standers (including a woman) were killed during the robbery. On December 8, , the outlaws rode into the booming mining town of Bisbee, Arizona.
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A nominee for an International Horror Guild Award and the Horror Writers Association's Bram Stoker Award, DESPERADOES: QUIET OF THE GRAVE is a macabre supernatural western set in the Arizona territory during the late s.
On the run for accidentally shooting a sheriff's wife, ex-Texas Ranger Gideon Brood and his three friends have become wanted outlaws. Looking to relax in the small town. Desperadoes and Diplomacy The Territory of Arizona v.
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Desperadoes of Arizona Territory. 4 Volumes Hardcover – January 1, by Philip J. Rasch (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Philip J.
Rasch. Chance Broderick had little use for the uncivilized Arizona Territory. He only agreed to make the trip out there because his younger brother needed his help--desperadoes were aiming to rob him of the precious gold he'd taken from his mining stake in the mountains.
When the feisty half-breed boy he hired as a tracker saved his life in a barroom. Desperadoes of Arizona Territory. The Best of NOLA Outlaws & Lawmen- 5 Volume Set Hardcover – January 1, by editor Rasch, Philip J., Robert K.
DeArment (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" Author: editor Rasch, Philip J., Robert K. DeArment. Award-winning author Larry Wood is an avid writer with a strong passion for the history of the Civil War and the Ozarks.
In addition to penning several books on these subjects, he has contributed articles to publications such as Show Me the Ozarks Magazine, the Ozarks Mountaineer, Missouri Life, and the Ozarks Reader.
Published in"History of Arizona Territory" remains to this day a tremendous visual resource for the American West. Head and tail of spine chipped. Binding heavily rubbed along spine and joints, with abrasion to leather. Some water-staining to back cover only. Binding in overall fair to good- interior in very good condition.
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He wakes in a place unlike any he has known. Arizona Time is set in the post-frontier American West, a landscape shaped by Larry McMurtry, Breaking Bad, Sam Shepherd, and Leslie Marmon Silko. It is a classic Western, but like no other Western before.
Struggling photographer Ponder Lee Catan returns to Arizona. Arizona was the last of the refuge of the drifting lawmen and desperadoes of the When Arizona was still a young territory, lawbreakers were usually confined in a jail in Marshall Trimble is Arizona’s official historian and the Wild West History Association’s vice president.
This book, focusing on outlaws and desperados, is the first in a series featuring stories from the New Mexico Federal Writers' Project collection. Other books in the series include stories about ranchers, cowboys, and the wild and woolly adventures of sheepherders, homesteaders, prospectors, and.
1st printing. Collects Desperadoes: Quiet of the Grave () # Written by Jeff Mariotte. Art and cover by John Severin. A nominee for an International Horror Guild Award and the Horror Writers Association's Bram Stoker Award, DESPERADOES: QUIET OF THE GRAVE is a macabre supernatural western set in the Arizona territory during the late s.
The Great Arizona Novel by a National Book Award winner and multiple Pulitzer finalist forever overlooked both in state, and, to a lesser degree, nationally, since its '83 release. A beautiful private investigator searching the Arizona Territory for the man she thinks she loves is rescued from desperadoes by a rugged gunslinger who’s tracking the same man – and who has no intention of being sidetracked by anything or he finds himself protecting the fiery, determined beauty who steals her way into his heart and might just make him believe in love.
Desperadoes from New Mexico Territory rushed to join Martin and Curly Bill in Arizona Territory, among them lights such as Diehl, Charley Snow, Dick Lloyd, Johnny Oliver, Jim Wallace, Jerry Barton, Billy Leonard and Jim “Six-Shooter” Smith. Although Martha Summerhayes’s recollections span a quarter of a century and recount life at a dozen army posts, the heart of this book concerns her experiences during the s in Arizona, where the harsh climate, rattlesnakes, cactus thorns, white desperadoes, and other inconveniences all made for a less-than-desirable posting for the Summerhayeses.
Although Martha Summerhayes’s recollections span a quarter of a century and life at a dozen army posts, the heart of this book concerns her experiences during the s in Arizona, where (as Dan L.
Thrapp observes in his introduction) the harsh climate and "perennial natural inconveniences from rattlesnakes to cactus thorns and white desperadoes, all made [it] a less than desirable posting. Allen Street, Tombstone, Arizona Territory, The Cowboys’ genesis lay in the savvy and the six-shooters of John Kinney, one of the most notorious outlaws of the American Southwest.
Several desperadoes who became leading lights of the Cowboys rode with John Kinney in Texas and New Mexico Territory, playing bloody roles in the El Paso Salt. Although Martha Summerhayes’s recollections span a quarter of a century and recount life at a dozen army posts, the heart of this book concerns her experiences during the s in Arizona, where the harsh climate, rattlesnakes, cactus thorns, white desperadoes, and other inconveniences all made for a less-than-desirable posting for the.
RON HANSEN. Desperadoes. Harper Perennial. pages; paperback, ebook, $, $, Desperadoes is a biographical novel about the notorious Dalton gang, three brothers who first were lawmen in the Indian Territory, but became rustlers, then bank and train robbers, and in were finally wiped out while trying to rob two banks at the same time in their hometown of Coffeyville.
The deaths of Downing and Arnett in left no other prominent badmen in Arizona Territory. The Rangers had relentlessly hounded most other criminals. For instance, during the fiscal year of –05 they made 1, arrests.
But by late the company had virtually achieved its goal of cleaning up the territory. Guns of Apache Springs (Arizona Territory Book 5) Book 5 of 7: Arizona Territory | by John Legg | Sold by: Services LLC out of 5 stars Kindle Edition $ $ 0.
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This book was recommended to me and when I looked at it, I wasn’t sure I’d actually end up reading the whole book. But I did and found it quite interesting. It is the author’s memoir of her time with the U.S. Army while her husband was serving in the military.
Most of her recollections were of Arizona when it was a territory.4/5(42). Main Gate: This entrance (also called the sallyport) is the only original adobe structure remaining at the prison. Yuma Territorial Prison is a living museum of the Old West. More than 3, desperadoes, convicted of crimes ranging from polygamy to murder, were imprisoned in rock and adobe cells here during the prison's year existence between and Their numbers gradually increased until the governor of Arizona Territory declared that the cow-boys were strong.
Their actual size was probably half that. Law enforcement in southern Arizona Territory was extraordinarily weak, and authorities did little to stop the cow-boys until the arrival of Wyatt Earp and his brothers in Tombstone.
One of the great lawmen of the Old West, Bob Paul (–) cast a giant shadow across the frontiers of California and Arizona Territory for nearly fifty years. Today he is remembered mainly for his friendship with Wyatt Earp and his involvement in the stirring events surrounding the famous gunfight near the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona.
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A landmark feat of innovation is about to change the American West forever. With electric cables stretching from the Colorado River to Gallup, New Mexico, a new telegraph system will connect the settlers of the Arizona Territory to rest of the country - a dream come true for. During the latter part of the 19th century energetic Arizonans promoting statehood worked tirelessly to assure the rest of the country that the territory was no longer a lawless frontier overrun with desperadoes and highwaymen.
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The Desperadoes is a American Western film directed by Charles Vidor and starring Randolph Scott, Claire Trevor, Glenn Ford, Evelyn Keyes and Edgar Buchanan. Based on a story by Max Brand, the film is about a wanted outlaw who arrives in town to rob a bank that has already been held past and his friendship with the sheriff land them both in trouble.
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The Territory of Arizona (also known as Arizona Territory) was a territory of the United States that existed from Febru until Februwhen the remaining extent of the territory was admitted to the Union as the state of was created from the western half of the New Mexico Territory during the American Civil War.
William Brocius ( – Ma ), better known as Curly Bill Brocius, was a gunman, rustler and an outlaw Cowboy in the Cochise County area of the Arizona Territory during the early s.
His name is likely an alias or nickname, and some evidence links him to another outlaw named William "Curly Bill" Bresnaham, who was convicted of an attempted robbery and murder in El Paso, Texas. Directed by Reg Browne. With Tristram Coffin, Kelo Henderson, I. Stanford Jolley, Tom Monroe.
A gang of desperadoes cuts a swath of murder and robbery across the whole Arizona Territory, laughing at the Rangers attempts to bring them to heel. Since the gang uses every trick in the book to cover their tracks, Rynning hires an Apache tracker to find the outlaws.A dangerous love triangle sets the Arizona Territory ablaze “with all the passion, excitement and savagery that romance readers could ever hope to see” (RT Book Reviews).
Teresa Garcia-Lorca grew up as the favorite daughter of the infamous Mexican revolutionary “El Gato Negro.”.There would be no fees to collect on the three dead men, but there were now three fewer desperadoes infesting Indian Territory.
Also ina benchmark year in Reeves’ long career, Bass and the noted Choctaw lawman Charles LeFlore arrested Texas horse thief Robert Landers right in Fort Smith.